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A Vegetarian Diet Will Protect the Environment

Dropping meat from your diet will help along the way to a healthier environment. Not only will it rid us of much pollution but it is also healthier for the individual. This is because with factory farming, animals are brutalized and abused. Spiritually, by eating these animals, you are eating their misery and negative energy. Physically, you are digesting unhealthy chemicals released by neg... [read on >>]
By: Nikki Skye Allen
Started: July 7th 2010 10:39
Last Update: November 7th 2016 02:36

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Developing a Food Garden at my School.

Don't these vegetables look beautiful?  This project started in 2004 when we sat down as an environmental committee of Fikizolo Primary School. We revisited our environmental policy which state that in order learners can be able to progress and acquire good quality education, they must live in the healthy environment. We therefore involved the learners in this project so that they can acqui... [read on >>]
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By: Ntombise Ngqezana, Thozamile Enock Ngeju, nomaxabiso damane
Started: April 26th 2010 03:26
Last Update: November 7th 2016 02:40


Learners` Experiences at National Arts Festival 2011

  The Grahamstown National Arts Festival 2011 runs from Thursday, 30th June 2011 till Sunday, 10th July, during the June/July school holidays. The NAF (National Arts Festival) is sponsored by a wide variety of different companies. This is the biggest arts festival in Southern Africa, and it aims at providing a platform for different artists to show their talents, and an opportunity for people... [read on >>]
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By: Faith du Plessis, Ayanda Twani, Krista du Plooy, Siyamtanda Tokwe
Started: July 5th 2011 03:45
Last Update: November 23rd 2011 07:58

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Nombulelo Secondary school Grade 9 runners a day out in Grahamstown

One Friday the 25 November Nombulelo Grade 9 learners had the opportunity to have a day out in Grahamstown.They were treated to a delicious breakfast sponsored by Spur each one getting a full English Breakfast and a free drink.After a very filling breakfast we were off to the Albany museum for a Educational talk on different aspects.From were you came from as a human,how the planets were formed a... [read on >>]
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By: Terri-Lynn Penney, Sinovuyo Dyasi, Silindokuhle Mtwa, Sinovuyo Geelbooi, Phumla Baba, Ziphozihle Goje, Sinesipho Gule, Xoliswe Gomba, Xolelwa Ndyolashe, Yonke Mbebe, Lindokuhle Mzongwana, Sinazo Ngcungca and 2 others.
Started: November 28th 2011 09:55
Last Update: July 16th 2012 02:36



NUTRITION What is nutrition? Nutrition is about eating healthy food and balanced diet. We choose this topic because we want to know what would help our peers, who are from poor background just like us and it is also part of Life Orientation. Healthy food and healthy mind! We want to learn about: A healthy balanced menuFood groups in the pyramidWhat happens when the balance is wron... [read on >>]
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By: Lelethu Helesi, Athule Helesi, Mbasa Ngqawana, Nontekelelo Ngesi, Mandisa Peter
Started: August 10th 2010 10:53
Last Update: November 7th 2016 02:42


The Rural Garden Project

Agricultural Science is one of the important learning areas in South African schools. At Thembalabantu High School, we started a programme of dealing with the theory part of Agricultural Science in class and the practical part in the garden. It is a known fact that if a person does things practically, it would be difficult to forget. We targeted the grade 10 Agricultural science class. ... [read on >>]
By: M.K. Masiza
Started: May 16th 2010 07:26
Last Update: November 7th 2016 02:37