Vhutshilo Mountain School - 3rd Term Highlights - 2023
On July 18, after three weeks of winter holidays, our students returned. Our enrollment now totals 108 children: 6 in grade 2, 14 in grade 1, 27 in grade R, 32 in pre-school and 29 in toddler class. Since our return, besides the regular daily activities, teachers and staff have been busy attending Department of
Vhutshilo Mountain School, Term 2, April 2023
It was wonderful to return to the classrooms after a two-week Easter holiday. I am grateful to have our children back and our classrooms once again filled with the laughter and optimism that only they can bring. Our current enrollment is 98!
Parents Consulting Meeting….
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Feeding the school and community
VMS vegetable garden flourishes with vegetables which provides food for the school and families. This year alone there were 19 home vegetable gardens and VMS produced over 3000 seedlings. Half of the seedlings produced were donated to families in need.
VMS Youth Community Outreach Program
Youth on a Mission
Thanks to a recent grant from Mercury Phoenix Trust UK, four of our peer educators have been employed. They are members of VMS HIV+ support group ‘Youth on a Mission.’ Their task is to address HIV/AIDS prevention amongst teenagers in the community.&n
Our Gift to You
Thanks to committed followers, we are moving closer to our goal of $5000.
At the close of this campaign we will blindly choose 10 donors to receive a packet of 8 beautiful HFL photo notecards as a symbol of our gratitude.
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'Positive Teens on the Run!' Run for Ronewa
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Wavho is an 'International Peace Prize' Nominee
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In early March 2016, HFL supporter Cristina Kessler nominated our own Vhuhwavho Nevhungoni (whom we affectionately call “Woo”) for the 2016 International Children’s Peace Prize.
The International Children’s Peace Prize is awarded annually to a