Bothashoek students enjoy a trip to the animal rehabilitation center

BURGERSFORT – A local school, Angels Child Care, recently took a field trip to Moholoholo Animal
Rehabilitation center in Hoedspruit.

The excursion was a powerful motivation for the students; arouse the enthusiasm of children and parents
look alike.

“Breaking away from routine classroom lessons provides learners with a reminder, making them more focused in class. Learning and having fun form a beneficial psychological combination,” said educator Nelson Bengura.

He said the school undertakes annual trips which aim to develop and enrich the cognitive abilities of learners through the exploration of mountains, valleys, rivers, forests, animals, birds and human culture of the real world.

Angels Child Care is an independent, young and dynamic private crèche in Bothashoek which was established in 2021.

The school provides care and education for children aged three months to five years (Grade R). The school intends to become a full primary school in the coming years.

Angels Child Care provides quality and affordable education in marginalized communities around Burgersfort. The school has maximum security, respects hygiene standards and has teachers experienced with maternal care.

Bengura told Steelburger/Lydenburg News that despite the lack of financial sponsorship, school enrollment is increasing dramatically.

The school is run by Patricia Bengura with the help of Nelson who is a senior teacher.

Benjamin M. Yerger