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2014 Winners

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Literacy

1st - PRIMROSE PARK PRIMARY

  • : The winning school for 2014 was Primrose Park Primary in Athlone. This was the very first time they participated in Growsmart! The school received an iSchoolAfrica iPad Learning Programme valued at more than R250 000. The three learners (Noni Adams, Zaheerah Solomons and Faatimah Isaacs) received R20 000 each towards their future education. The team's mentor, Karen Joshua, received a R10 000 gift voucher.

2nd - VANGUARD PRIMARY

  • : The school in second place was Vanguard Primary in Athlone. The school received R50 000 to improve their school facilities. The three learners (Saa-rah Jabaar, Maymunah Daniels and Jadin Mitchell) received R10 000 each towards their future education. The team's mentor, Sharon Salie, received a R5 000 gift voucher.

3rd - PALM PARK PRIMARY

  • : The school in third place was Palm Park Primary in Elsies River. The school received R25 000 to improve their school facilities. The three learners (Dean Myburgh, Tamsin Pretorius and Beverley Jacobs) received R5 000 each towards their future education. The team's mentor, Karen Poole, received a R3 000 gift voucher.
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Story writing

1st - "ONE NIGHT ALONE" BY JU-CHE ARENDSE

  • : The winning story was written and illustrated by Ju-Che Arendse from Watsonia Primary. Ju-Che received R10 000 towards her future education. Her mentor, Mrs Prince, received a R2 500 gift voucher.

2nd - "HOW MY BROTHER DIED" BY ZUHAIRAH SAFODIEN

  • : The second place story was written and illustrated by Zuhairah Safodien from Summit Primary. Zuhairah received R8 000 towards her future education. Her mentor, Mrs Mullins, received a R1 000 gift voucher.

3rd - "SHIRLEY'S SECRET" BY MEGAN STEYN

  • : The third place story was written and illustrated by Megan Steyn from Brooklands Primary. Megan received R4 000 towards her future education. Her mentor, Mrs Vanacore, received a R500 gift voucher.

Most creative STORY BOOK: "THE PRINCESS AND THE PRINCE" BY CASSIDY ABRAHAMS

  • : The Most Creative Story Book was written and illustrated by Cassidy Abrahams from Deflt Primary. Cassidy received R4 000 towards her future education.

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