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Things that Originated in Africa

Things that Originated in Africa

Africa, home to the largest river in the world, is the second-largest continent in the world. We have the biggest desert in the world too, but did you know that Africa is also home to some amazing inventions? Let’s have a look at a few things that originated in...

Caring for Garden Birds

Caring for Garden Birds

Bird Feeders Bird feeding allows people to easily attract wild birds into their surrounding environment. Bird feeders can be used to attract birds to your garden, complex, school, or neighbourhood. However, ensuring that birds are fed suitable meals is critical for...

How to help your kids love maths

How to help your kids love maths

Maths is one of those subjects that seem to intimidate both children and adults. We carry our negative feelings about long-division or BODMAS into adulthood. Then, unconsciously, we pass those feelings to our children. Maths shouldn’t be intimidating. Here are a few...

4 Things to Do When Your Child Says No to School

4 Things to Do When Your Child Says No to School

Going back to school can be an exciting and stressful period for both parents and children. Not all children settle into the daily school routine. At the beginning or later part in the year, you may find yourself in a situation where your child doesn’t want to go to...

5 Things You May Not Know Were Invented by Women

5 Things You May Not Know Were Invented by Women

Happy International Day of Women and Girls in Science! Throughout history, there have been some incredible inventions that have made our lives easier. From the invention of the wheel to the bread slicer, and later, the internet, Science has continued to change our...

Back to school tips

Back to school tips

The beginning of a new school year is an exciting yet anxious time for both parents and children. It typically brings a change in the daily routine established over the holiday season. This transition can be especially challenging for families with children on the...

School Garden Pilot: Phumzile Primary School

School Garden Pilot: Phumzile Primary School

This year, Pick n Pay School Club joined forces with ‘People Who Grow Food’ (PWGF) and the Department of Education Tshwane District, to create a food garden at Phumzile Primary School in Soshanguve. PWGF is a food garden initiative to grow, feed, educate, store and...

A quick guide to your child’s vision

A quick guide to your child’s vision

When to have your child’s vision examined: The American Optometric Association recommends the following guide for childhood visual exams: children should have an eye exam by no later than 6 months old, then again by age 3, and just before starting school. School-age...

Looking after your mental health during exam season

Looking after your mental health during exam season

Can you believe we’re almost at the end of yet another year? It feels like it was just yesterday when the new academic year began. 2021 hasn’t been easy, especially for students. Exam season is taxing, no matter how well you excel in certain subjects. One of the most...

PURPOSE PARTNERS CONVERT WASTE TO GOOD

PURPOSE PARTNERS CONVERT WASTE TO GOOD

What started as a small, but impactful recycling initiative among 13 schools during lockdown, has boomed to 100 schools thanks to the involvement of new partners.  The schools are collecting yoghurt tubs which are upcycled to create 500 school desks, and in...

may, 2022

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