BEKA Schréder Proud Sponsor of School Laboratory
BEKA Schréder is proud to have sponsored the upgrade of Daliwonga Secondary School’s Science Laboratory which was opened on the 27th of February 2015 in Dube, Soweto.
The Daliwonga Secondary School was built in 1974 and had not been upgraded since. The vision of the Principal and his Maths and Science team is to make this school a leading achiever in Maths and Science in the Gauteng District Circuit. As testimony of their dedication to this vision, they achieved a 98.5% matric pass rate prior to this refurbishment in 2014.
BEKA Schréder saw great potential in the Daliwonga Secondary School, which led to the decision to contribute to the community by refurbishing this school’s science laboratory, which was in desperate need for an upgrade. It is now a state-of-the-art science laboratory, with new furniture, lab cabinets, and apparatus.
With this laboratory refurbishment investment to the school by BEKA Schréder, the spirits are high of all educators, learners, parents, and the Department of Education – District Circuit.
BEKA Schréder’s Socio-Economic Development (SED) vision and strategy is to invest in community development initiatives that have integrity and are able to sustain themselves for years to come with positive outcomes. This SED project focuses on education, its aim being to afford both learners and educators an enabling environment in which they can deliver optimum performance and understanding in Science.
We are proud to sponsor the Daliwonga Secondary School with the laboratory, and we hope this will create a better learning environment and thus motivate students to excel in their studies, assisting the school to achieve their vision of a 100% pass rate. According to the Principal of the school, Mr T.M. Godzwana, BEKA Schréder is providing the learners with a ‘beacon of hope’, and the Daliwonga Secondary School looks forward to a long term partnership with BEKA Schréder.
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