Miss Zanele Njapha proved instrumental in the teaching of mathematics, English and science during the Youth Coding Program which took place at Mbambangwe High School in KwaFelekisi, Amanzimtoti over the last week of March.
FIFTEEN learners from Mbambangwe High School in KwaFelekisi, Amanzimtoti participated in a youth coding programme covering the basics of coding as well as academic tuition in a fun and exciting way, from Tuesday, 26 March to Friday, 29 March.
The programme was hosted by two non-profit organisations, Ososayensi and ACADAID that both work to encourage the love for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) and achieve this aim. Coding is a skill off the future that will soon be key to the advancement of industries.
“There were seven teachers that were involved in the programme. The tuitions covered maths, a science experiment and English,” explained ACADAID’s Zanele Njapha.
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The programme was sponsored by Clover and Woolworths Galleria who both donated refreshments for the learners and facilitators during the programme.
Ososayensi’s Sithandwayinkosi Goba and Senele Goba work to introduce the youth coding program at Mbambangwe High School in KwaFelekisi, Amanzimtoti towards the end of March.
The two organisations look forward to hosting the same program in various other communities and are keen to partner with other organisations and individuals to advance this program.
Should anyone be interested, contact Senele Goba of Ososayensi at [email protected] and Zanele Njapha of ACADAID at [email protected]
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