Facelift for Phegelelo


MARAPONG — Phegelelo High School received a much needed facelift to their facilities over the last few months thanks to intervention by staff at KAEFER Energy Projects (KEP). The project was launched on Wednesday 23 November and involved the renovations of: 32 toilets for the learners (16 each for males and females); staff toilet facilities (two each male and female); staffroom including fitting of lockers and notice board; staff kitchen including installation of cupboards, microwave, cutlery and crockery and the clearing of the open field to create a netball / volleyball field as well as a soccer field complete with poles, nets and goal posts.
The school, originally built in 1990 in Marapong Township and headed by Mr J. Modimola, is a non-paying quintile 1 school. The school enrols 330 learners between grades 8 to 12 and employs 14 teachers.
In addition, KEP sponsored 10 learners from Phegelelo High School to attend a camp from 3-7 October this year. The camp forms part of a leadership programme organised by the International Leadership Academy which mentors learners between grades 8 to 11. These camps are held annually at the end of which participants are required to submit a community based project in order to proceed to the next level.

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