Ikageng’s Term 1 in Whirlwind Ending

A Successful 1st Quarter of the Year is a Key Component of a Successful Year Ahead

We closed the first term of the year in March with great honor and excitement over the publication of our Open Day and Matric Results Day on the first page of the Herald Newspaper.


Ikageng team on the front page of the Herald Newspaper

The Ikageng branch also prioritises the well-being and personal development for our learners and tutors through various educational excursions. 

 Tutor Training

On the 10th of March 2018, the branch successfully facilitated a well-attended first term tutor training equipping tutors with skills in delivering quality tutoring to our learners.


Tutors at tutor training session

 Excursion to the Engineering for Girls event at the North West University (NWU)

On the 24th of March 2018, the branch took 75 female learners with interest in engineering to attend the Femmengineering event held at the NWU over a weekend. We are happy to be cultivating young engineers at our branch and wow them with hands-on scientific experiences. 


Girls on hand-on science experiment

South African Responsible Gambling Foundation (SARGF) Awareness

In making sure our learners acquire valuable life skills information, through our partnership with Shine Solutions, they brought to our branch the SARGF to create awareness to learners on responsible gambling through a comic theatrical play. The hall was filled with laughter and joy whilst our learners also grasped useful lifelong education.


 The SARGF team performing the comic theatrical play

 NWU Mini Open Day

NWU invited our top performing 2018 matriculants for an interactive and hands-on Mini Open Day along with other top performing matrics from schools across Tlokwe municipality. This opportunity gave learners insight on the prerequisites for tertiary enrollment in various career prospects upon completing matric.


 Ikamvanites at the NWU Mini Open Day  

 Children Radio Foundation Dialogues

We have ventured into a new partnership with Children Radio Foundation (CRF) for the benefit of our learners to freely express and engage in community dialogues in a constructive way. This is through a local community radio called Aganang’s FM's "Ghetto Genius" slot for young reporters. A total of ten learners have signed up. We are proud to see our Ikamvanites taking active charge in making thought provoking, inspiring and youth centered programmes for their local community.


Ikamvanites at Aganang FM preparing for their radio production

National Benchmark Tests (NBT)

On the 6th of January 2018, twelve matriculants wrote the NBTs in Randburg, Johannesburg. We selected learners who take pure Mathematics for this first NBT trip this year.


 Ikamvanites showing a high 5 after hours of writing the NBT test

 Families South Africa (FAMSA) Partnership

Every Monday, Mathapelo Moneisa from FAMSA meets with the learners to discuss various social issues selected by learners themselves, including teenage pregnancy and drug abuse.


 Learners actively engaging in critical dialogues at the hall

Ikageng has set a positive momentum at the branch and will be keeping it up until end of the year!