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Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Go back and make a difference

CALL TO CONTRIBUTE:  Minister Dr Trevor Manuel made a plea for active citizenship in support of quality education.

“You can make a difference.”  This was the message from CPUT’s Chancellor and Minister in the Presidency: National Planning, Dr Trevor Manuel when he visited Mitchell’s Plain recently.

HELPING HAND: The Sociotech Kujali unit have developed cellphone technology to improve the lives of township dwellers.

In a small room on the CPUT Roeland Street campus a group of post graduates are making a big difference.

GIVING A HAND: St Michaels Primary School learners leave their handprints on a wall painted by CPUT students.

A service learning project completed by second year Architecture students will continue to give joy to learners at a remote primary school for years to come. Using mostly recycled and donated material the playground at St Michaels Primary School in Grabouw has had a complete facelift.

EYE ON THE PRIZE: Gairo Adamson holds the first clue her group found in the bakery section of Vangate Mall’s Pick n Pay.

Spending your 94thbirthday doing the rugby jive and racing around a mall is not high on most pensioners list of things to do.

However thanks to enterprising CPUT Sports Management students this is exactly what Olive Johansen did last week.

CHEQUE THIS OUT: Office Management and Technology students with the impressive donation made to The Red Cross Children’s Hospital Trust.

THROUGH sheer hard work and dedication CPUT students have managed to raise almost R60 000 for charitable causes.

CLASSROOM PRACTICES: A teacher training programme developed by the Centre for Multigrade Education is proving to be a huge success.

South Africa’s largest multigrade teacher training programme, spearheaded by CPUT academics, is changing the face of teaching.

Thursday, 22 September 2011

CPUT lends school a helping hand

MEASURING UP: A Clothing Management student takes the measurements of a learner from the WD Hendricks Primary School.

Grade R learners from WD Hendricks Primary School are set to go down in the school’s history books thanks to CPUT Clothing Management students.