- DO YOU WANT TO BE PROUDLY SOUTH AFRICAN?
- IF YOU COULD HELP TO CHANGE THE LANDSCAPE OF OUR COUNTRY FOR R67, WOULD YOU?
If you answered yes to either/both questions, please read on. SA NEEDS YOU!
Nelson Mandela was guided by 8 values which are currently being taught in a Loving Classroom textbook across Africa: Respect, Compassion, Listening, Love, Gratitude, Kindness, Friendship and Care. He maintained that anger, pain and frustration in our country is not the way forward but that love, care, kindness and compassion will pave the way for
peace and prosperity in South Africa.
Loving Classroom has trained teachers to implement the programme in Sowetan schools since 2019 and has been successfully implemented into 58 schools to date through a pilot project. The Govt offered no financial assistance, stating that they would look at the statistics after 3 years and decide. And then Covid happened. Without your help, Loving Classroom South Africa will shut its door. This teaching aid has already had a massive impact in many schools in the Middle East, the original market it was intended for.
Loving Classroom fosters more than understanding between people. It breaks down barriers of bullying, hatred and violence by teaching students to respect, love and care for one another, their community and the environment. Since its integration, there has been a dramatic reduction in harmful behaviours and a corresponding increase in cooperation, teamwork and academic achievement. Schoolkids are motivated to care for one another and those in their neighbourhoods, particularly during Civid, under regulated supervision.
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”
Nelson Mandela. There has been a marked reduction in violence and bullying among those classrooms working with LC and with your help, we can expand it into many more schools across our beloved country. In honour of Mandela Day… we urge you to dig deep i. support of a programme that gives the next generation a sense of responsibility to build a better, brighter South Africa. WE have to “be the change we want to see in the world”.
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