Mr Brett Malila visited us as the president’s award group for St. Matthew’s high school. We had a great session because we asked questions then Mr. Brett Malila and Mr. Lwazi Mbambo answered our question which gave us a deeper understanding of the whole programme.
We were also asked questions and we got pens for rewards, we got a lot of motivation to go on further to other levels of the President’s award and to do community service and gaining skills.
Mr. Mzikayise Sohena, a Geography teacher, and 12 learners from St. Matthews High School did it again at the Environmental Affairs competition, which was conducted by Amatole Municipality on “Global Warming and Climate Change.”
St. Matthews High School team managed to secure a second place in the competition which awarded them a Cup and R15,000.00 for the school. All learners who participated were very happy and singing SAINTS! SAINTS! SAINTS! SAINTS!
On the 13th of august, Sibonise Gcilitshana, Somila Dyabuza, Olwethu Nciza and Avile Mbenya went on a competition in East London to compete against several schools. The main objective for the competition was to propose renewable energy solutions for the lack of electricity and climate change factors affecting the Eastern Cape Province. The competition was really tough. Many schools presented other alternatives that posed a threat to us, but we were able to come up with one of the best solutions in the whole competition, which enableed us to win 2nd place and bring back home a prize of R15,000. We lost to St Christopher’s, but we did the best we could to uplift the name of our school and market it.