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2 days ago

The Link Literacy & Numeracy Project

From The Link Riversands Primary School...every year this centre receives a wonderful donation of a quilt, which is handmade by Maureen, and coveted by all. A raffle is held and the proceeds, together with other volunteer donations, is used to fund gifts and treats for the end of year party! This year the learners even received a drawstring backpack!
Well done everyone at Riversands!
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4 days ago

The Link Literacy & Numeracy Project

From our Centre Manager, Carina Parktown Public School..."It has been a very rewarding year for me and we ended with a party for all the Link children, thanks to donations from our volunteers. As each child received a certificate from me, they had to shake my hand and shake their bums to celebrate their success - they loved this, and did not hesitate to 'move those hips'!
Thank you to Parktown Public for allowing us to work with your learners!"
Well done to everyone at Parktown! What a great end to a successful year!
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Have you added The Link as a beneficiary to your Myschool card?
It's possible to have up to 3 beneficiaries benefit from your spending this holiday season! Just click on www.myschool.co.za select "Beneficiaries"
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2 weeks ago

The Link Literacy & Numeracy Project

What a privilege to host a tea at Beechwood gardens for our volunteers who have served at The Link centres FOR FIVE YEARS!
These ladies are truly inspirational and have made such a difference in so many children's lives - and the magnificent venue just added to the special occasion!
Thank you! We honour your sacrifice and commitment!
❤️🌺
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2 weeks ago

The Link Literacy & Numeracy Project

From The Link @Sparrow Schools Educational Trust:
We had an interactive Christmas party this year at Sparrow. The children were divided into groups and rotated between different activity tables. We set up biscuit icing (they identified their name sound and iced their biscuit), beading, play dough (each child was given a small tub as part of their gift), and a quiet story corner.
It was a busy, fun morning enjoyed by all!
Well done to everyone at Sparrow who made this event such a success!
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