YESA - Creating a Pipeline for STEMI
Boitshoko High, Potchefstroom, 08 May 2018
An early start before 07:00 on a cool morning in Potchefstroom. Though a little uncertain of where the schools were, familiar landmarks appeared and I was soon heading in the right direction. After a wrong turn and ignoring the directions of the GPS I arrived by 07:10 and enjoyed observing the learners arriving at school. I had to laugh at how many of the boy's grey longs seem to shrink as they hit the growth spurt leaving the ankles exposed. I do, however, feel for the girls with their bare legs and short socks especially on the cold winter mornings.
Trinityhouse Randpark Ridge, Johannesburg, 07 May 2018
Keledi Secondary, Rustenburg, 20 April 2018
The school was in close proximity to the previous school which meant that we had ample time find it. On arrival it was noted that the break time clashed with the demonstration time so we compromised and suggested that we started early. A spot outside the feeding area was selected which meant that we had to finish on time.
Trinityhouse Littlefalls, Johannesburg, 07 May 2018
It is always a pleasure to visit a school with a vision and staff who are committed to making a difference. Mr David Brown, the Deputy Principal, is at the heart of the process and met me on arrival. We identified a spot at the back of the newly built hall with some sun filtering through the windows at midday. It was decided that the learners would be seated in a semicircle around the demonstration table which worked well based on the numbers in the group.
Bafokeng High, Rustenburg, 20 April 2018
I was sad to leave the serenity of the bush at the Biki Bini Bos Lodge with the tremendous bird life, Jackals calling and lions roaring in the distance. The trip into town led us on a wild goose chase again and soon realised that we had missed the turning. After consulting with a local we managed to find the school just before 8am.