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A community in Gqeberha has taken it upon itself to revive and repurpose an abandoned school as part of its initiative to foster a positive youth environment. The aim is to also do away with rampant criminal activity in the area. 

 


The hall at Glenvista High School has been set alight with pupils reportedly being the culprits. Learners at the school had to resort to writing their exams outside.


The Basic Education Portfolio Committee says that it is concerned about vandalism at schools. The Gauteng Education Department reported eleven schools were vandalised during the recent unrest and looting.


The Western Cape Education Department is calling on communities to take ownership of schools by protecting them. This follows reported incidents of vandalism, burglary and attempted burglary in 38 schools across the province during the July school holidays.


Children and educators at dozens of schools are going to head back to find their school buildings burgled and vandalised. While parents are trying to work closely with all online learning portals to assist teachers and their children, what will happen after lockdown, will there still be schools left?  Careers Portal have listed all the Educational FREE links to Learning Content from Grade R - Grade 12.

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