Beautiful drama lesson by Sanga from Sifunda Kunye

 

During women’s month it is important to be strong, hardworking, be an inspiration to yourself and others. Reach for the stars.

A dance and movement – when words cannot express our inner emotions.

 

Natasha Mpondo – Sifunda Kunye newsletter club

 

Nathasa Mpondo is part of our Sifunda Kunye newsletter club, she is an inspiring writer and  always encourages our learners at assembly  and events. She is courage and hard working. Thank you for being part of our newsletter team.

Visit from St Andrews

We were visited by our partner or as we like to call them our sister school, the principal of the St Andrews school inspired all our learners. The partnership between our school have inspired many great achievements over many years that will be written down in history. We were reminded that hard work pays off and united we stand.

St Matthews would like to thank St Andrews visiting and making history that will be remembered for generations to come. St Andrew’s has been resourceful over many years, and we are eternally grateful.

 

Siyanda Quma inspiring artist

 

The inspiring story of Siyada Quma.

Siyanda Quma what an inspiring artist.

Siyanda has a natural talent, through had work and dedication and the believe “pursue your dreams’’ he has inspired many at St Matthews High School. Sifunda Kunye educational project facilitator Sanga Mabulu that is full time at St Matthews has guided and encouraged this young man.

Siyanda is an artist striving for success, his raw talent is pleasant. Siyanda has a talent as a artist and expresses himself though is drawings.

He hopes his art will take him places. Siyanda is quiet and pleasant person, and he hopes his art will speak to many.

If you look at art though drawings, the feeling of escaping reality and receiving a message though the eyes of the artist.

Siyanda decided to share one of his drawings with us, which is based on colorism.

The artist said, ” The drawing is based on the disease of vitiligo and it has a black person that has this disease , but I want to express it based on colorism. We’re basically talking about colorist painting characterized using intense color which becomes the dominant feature of the resultant work of art, more important than its other qualities. ”

Many that learnt from Siyanda’s paintings said about the story behind the drawing was that art can be expressed in different types of ways which seems to be interesting and so cliché in a way.  Art is art and it is meant to be expressed. Well done to Siyanda for inspiring us all by showing how talented our pupils are any child can be so talented in a miraculous way.

 

Let us actualize our aspirations, let’s follow and pursue our dreams.

 

 

SIfunda Kunye facilitators has been amazing assisting our community reading clubs on weekends, every weekend  Sanga Mabulu our Sifunda Kunye facilitator with our lovely facilitators does community reading clubs in the

Sifunda Kunye literacy center, through song, dance, creative arts we  inspire creative reading.

 

They say a picture is worth a thousand words!!!!!!!!

Beautiful work by our little readers during the term.

Siyandisa Scholarship 2021

 

Introducing Likho Mbuka, all the way from St. Matthew’s High School (Keiskammahoek, SA) in the Eastern Cape.

Wits – University of the Witwatersrand you have another Siyandisa Foundation 2021 Scholarship Recipient on the horizon. This enthusiastic 17 year old scholar has his sights set on becoming an Economist and is looking to pursue a B.Com degree in Economics in 2022.

“I believe that one’s future success should not be determined by background’ says Likho, whose dream is to set a high standard for young people in his community. Likho also shares that his mother and grandmother are his greatest source of support and making them proud is what he aims for.

We couldn’t agree more with your quote Likho and we will have you know that we are proud of you. Well done and keep up the good work, it will pay off!

#Siyandisascholarships #classof2021 #wecelebrateyou

Thank you for always keeping us connected!

 

St Matthews high school and Sifunda Kunye would like to thank Wesley for always assisting our school with wi-fi or any computer/server related problems.

During the past weekend Wesley and Sifunda Kunye project manager Zander Hampson did maintenance on signal strength and replaced all damaged network points.

Thank you to Wesley and Zander for always being there to ensure we are connected.

Sifunda Kunye drama at our literacy center

5 August 2021

Sifunda Kunye drama instructor Sanga Mabulu teaching a class on warm up and focus.

Sifunda Kunye has a full time drama instructor that teachers classes to grade 8 to 12 Tuesdays to Fridays.