Across Good Work Foundation’s digital learning campuses, we are now reaching 5490 learners, delivering blended learning that focuses on English and math. Good Work Foundation is Londolozi’s non-profit partner that gives young children and adults living in remote and rural communities of Mpumalanga and the Free State, access to excellent digital education.
In celebration of breaking through the 5000 mark under our Open Learning Academy programme for young children, we’ve put together 10 of our favourite photos that showcase the magic of this programme.
Hazyview Digital Learning Campus Grade 4 learners out on a conservation field trip to the Kruger National Park.
Open Learning Academy Facilitator, Teaman Manzini, helps Akanani pre-schoolers build some blocks.
Open Learning magic in the Philippolis Digital Learning Campus in Freestate.
A beautiful photo showing Open Learning Academy Facilitator, Teaman Manzini, running math and English lessons using digital tools.
Ifalethu Primary School learning on blended learning at the Hazyview Digital Learning Campus barn.
Tfolinhlanhla Primary School celebrating after the first and successful drone flying lesson. Definitely ‘wonder-filled’ learning.
One of our golden oldies with Open Learning Academy Student Lebo Mabuza, at the Hazyview Digital Learning Campus.
Open Learning Academy Facilitator, Glenrose Mashego, facilitating a ‘wonder-filled’ digital lesson. We find the best way for children to learn is if they’re having fun.
After school programme in action with local community kids, accessing world class blended learning in the barn.
Learners from the local community of Huntington already exploring what the newly-launched Huntington Digital Learning Campus has to offer, in the Open Learning Academy Programme.
This is the impact Good Work Foundation has made in the communities, all powered by our partners such as Londolozi to make learning fun and ‘wonder-filled’. This is what digital learning in rural South Africa looks like!
Written by Hazyview Media Agency.