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.

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.

 

 

Sifunda Kunye community reading club facilitators 2021

Welcome to  our Sifunda Kunye reading club facilitators for 2021. These young ladies are our facilitator volunteers for our community reading club  at our center on weekends. The young ladies are dedicate, trained and very excited to be part of this initiative at school. The ladies was shadowed by our facilitators for 2020 during term 1, we are excited to see these ladies in action in term 2.

New Lab for Our School

On the 20th October 2020, an exciting new project initiated and spearheaded by Miss Damoyi with the backing of our Principal Mrs Mancoko and our SGB has finally come to fruition at St Matthew’s High school. It is with great pride to announce that our school now has got 3 computer labs with 96 fully operating computers.

The construction of this new lab was not an easy task to take up as money for such a big project was not easy to come by but seeing the need for a back-up lab for when we experience unforeseen technical faults with the 2 existing SIFUNDA Labs during exams, Ms Damoyi made it clear building the lab would not be wasteful venture but rather a smart move. With CAT students being above 50 and the numbers looking to rise next year, the extra lab would be needed during exams as the Department requests a backup plan during national exams. Also with the pandemic forcing social distancing a third lab was a must for the school.

The construction of the new lab start on the 14th October with Ms Damoyi and Miss Booi working closely with the guys constructing everything, the main objective was to have the computers up and running before the Final exam for Grade 12 and they succeeded in that goal as the 3rd lab was also used yesterday by the grade 12 CAT students for exams

By Ziyanda Thompson—Lab facilitator