UP + Laerskool Oost-Eind Primary School = A+ partnership

Posted on July 16, 2010

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For the past six years since the compulsory undergraduate course Community-Based Project Module (JCP) of the Faculty Engineering, Built Environment and Information technology has been offered at the University various groups of students have done their fieldwork at Laerskool Oost-Eind Primary in Sunnyside.  The students always reported positively about their experiences at the school.  This year Esther Baidoo, Nthorhedzeni Makhado, Mikhail Royeppen and Gayatri Yadavalli continued to strengthen this partnership between the school and the University.  They assisted with various tasks at the school such as motivational talks and working in the library.

Published by Erhardt Maritz

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