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AfriSam and the Northern Cape Department of Education provide a future of possibilities for young learners

AfriSam has constructed two Grade R classrooms at the GN Pressley Intermediate School

The Grade R classrooms are designed to foster a stimulating and inclusive learning environment

The spacious and well-lit classrooms are equipped with age-appropriate furniture and educational materials

By investing in education infrastructure, AfriSam aims to contribute to the achievement of equitable and inclusive education for all

8th March 2024

     

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Leading construction materials company, AfriSam, has collaborated with the Northern Cape Department of Education to complete a community development initiative aimed at improving educational infrastructure in the region. As part of this initiative, AfriSam constructed two Grade R classrooms at the GN Pressley Intermediate School, providing a conducive learning environment for 60 young learners.

The newly built classrooms go a long way in ensuring the students have access to quality education. Each classroom can accommodate up to 30 learners, allowing for smaller class sizes and personalised attention.

The collaboration between AfriSam and the Northern Cape Department of Education underscores their shared commitment to investing in the future of South Africa's youth. By providing enhanced educational facilities, the initiative aims to empower learners and contribute to their overall development.

"We are proud to partner with the Northern Cape Department of Education in this community development project," Lerato Masiu, AfriSam Community Development Specialist, says. "Education is the cornerstone of a prosperous society, and we believe that by investing in quality infrastructure, we can create a positive impact on the lives of young learners."

The Grade R classrooms at GN Pressley Intermediate School are designed to foster a stimulating and inclusive learning environment. The spacious and well-lit classrooms are equipped with age-appropriate furniture and educational materials provided by the Northern Cape Education Department.

Mr Ralph Langeveldt the Principal of GN Pressley Intermediate School, expressed his gratitude for the new classrooms, stating, "This initiative has significantly improved the learning experience for our Grade R learners. The modern facilities and resources have created an environment that inspires curiosity and supports their holistic development."

The community development initiative by AfriSam and the Northern Cape Department of Education aligns with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, particularly Goal 4: Quality Education. By investing in education infrastructure, the partners aim to contribute to the achievement of equitable and inclusive education for all.

"Nelson Mandela once said , the true character of society is revealed by how it treats its children, as AfriSam we are  extremely proud and grateful to make a contribution towards the development put our children", concluded Mr. Nathi Shoba, General Manager of AfriSam’s Ulco Operation.

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