Since the beginning of our year at Three2Six Project, the children from Grades 3, 4 and 5 are having special iPad classes in our campus at Sacred Heart College. The classes are taught by our volunteers, that give various contents to them, so the children learn how to use the
This afternoon we had the visit of the Bishop Kearney High School, Brooklyn head of the school, Margaret Minson, in our office in Sacred Heart College to discuss a project-based learning initiative with the school and with Three2Six Project that will start in November. We appreciate the visit and wish
Material donations Today our Grade 5 and Grade 6 children from our campus in Sacred Heart College received a donation of school materials from Shepherd Seed NPC that they will use in regular schools. We are really grateful to receive this donation and the children too.
Opening Mass Today our Three2Six Project children made part of the Opening Mass after the Holidays at Holy Family College – Parktown with all the students in the school’s chapel
Recently we celebrated Heritage Day at Sacred Heart College. The day began with the Hearts Into The Future family cycle ride which kicked off at 10am. We had two of our grade 6 students participating in the ride which raised funds for our Project. The music festival started at 12noon
Recently, our Sacred Heart Three2Six Learners took part in an inter catholic athletics carnival held on Sacred Heart College Grounds. With a limited amount of time to train, our learners performed with great success, taking home the gold in some of the races. Our relay teams were shining as they
During the Soccer World Cup in South Africa in 2010, there was a concern that our children may be at risk of targeting for child trafficking. As a measure to help ensure their safety during this period, Sacred Heart Marist College organized a holiday program. We are currently celebrating our
Today, our Grade 6 Learners, practiced and learned how to ride a bicycle, some for the first time. By providing this training, we give our learners an opportunity to be active and to learn a vital life skill, one that will hopefully become commonplace in their communities. In the near