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SAME, SABC Foundation and Fluor unveil state-of-the-art science lab

Diepdale Secondary school in Diepkloof, Soweto, is the recipient of a state-of-the-art science laboratory established through a strategic collaboration between the SAME Foundation, Fluor and the SABC Foundation. The laboratory was officially opened on Wednesday 26 July by the Department of Basic Education National and Provincial Spokesperson Mr. Elijah Mhlanga. Not only has the science […]

Diepdale Secondary School – Maths, Science and Computer Labs

A school in crisis: Diepdale Secondary, situated in Diepkloof Soweto is a quintile 1 ranked school, meaning it serves an extremely poor community. The school is in a crisis and the learners and teachers are suffering. Their grade 12 Physical Science and Maths pass rates are 29% and 24% respectively. This school is in dire […]

A new Lab for Cosmo City West Primary

The second beneficiary of the SAME Foundation/SC Johnson Mr. Muscle science laboratory campaign is Cosmo City West Primary. Cosmo City West Primary initially started as a school focused on Grade 1-3, but influx into the community and ever-increasing demand meant that the school had to be gradually expanded t serve from grade R to 7. […]

Cosmo Secondary School – Science and Computer Labs

The third school of our Cosmo City Schools upliftment programme (after Tirisano Primary and Sgodiphola Secondary) Cosmo Secondary is also quintile 1 ranked school, a reflection of the extremely poor community. This upliftment campaign has a community-focused approach, so that all children in this community to benefit from grade R through to Matric, leaving a […]

Diepdale Secondary receives a new lab

Project background: Diepdale Secondary School is situated in Diepkloof, Soweto.┬áIt is a quintile 1 ranked no-fee school, serving an extremely poor community. Finding from our initial research into the school showed that while the overall pass rate is 81%, the pass rate is science is poor at 64%. This means that four in 10 children […]