Ikhaya Labantwana Montessori on the hill at Jonga Village has been teeming with activities as the year draws to a close. The last term brought moments of sadness, several training opportunities, gratitude for donations received, the graduation celebrations, eager parent
We have a long and lovely history with our local Pato Junior Secondary School (JSS) that was the beginning of the Local Schools Support Fund. You really need to check our Part 1 of this story! This is an URGENT
This project originally started back in 2004, when Pato Junior Secondary School (JSS) approached Coffee Shack staff for help. Their school consisted of a ramshackle bunch of fallen down mud huts and they had no funds to rebuild the school.
Come and live in Coffee Bay for a year! Take the sabbatical you’ve always been dreaming of, or take that gap year you haven’t quite got round to. One of local schools, Pato Junior Secondary (from 6 – 14 years)
We received the best phonecall ever from Thuli, the principal of Pato JSS (a junior secondary school half way between Coffee Bay and Hole-in-the-Wall) last week. She called us to let us know that they now have electricity (after the
Ikhaya Labantwana Montessori Early Learning Centre would like to thank the Local School Furniture and Support Fund for purchasing 3 x 4-seater tables and 13 chairs for their school – we are very grateful for this. Hopefully the delivery from
The Pato Desk & Chair Project This project was started in 2004, when Pato Junior Secondary School approached Coffee Shack for help. Their school, which had consisted of a ramshackle bunch of fallen down mud huts, had no funds to