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GIVING BACK

WE SHALL GIVE BACK


As befitting our motto “We Shall Give Back” and as members of the South African community, Reddam House has the responsibility to work towards a society where all citizens are treated equally and by working in our community we aim to improve the lives of those with whom we work.

Reddam House believes that the purpose of community service is to encourage students to develop an understanding of civic responsibility and the role they can play in supporting and strengthening their communities.

Community involvement increases student awareness of community needs and how they can make a positive difference. Helping others enhances the self-image of students and fosters a greater sense of belonging to the greater whole.

 

A FEW RECENT PROJECTS:

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Recycling


Staff entertained our students with their “recycling song” as we launched recycling across both campuses. In the assembly, Miss Basterfield reiterated the importance of saving our planet by recycling plastic, paper and tins. Thanks to one of our parents, Mrs. Do Rego as well as Miss Basterfield and Mrs. Gillanders (the teachers driving the recycling) we have 48 labeled recycling bins around th...

Staff entertained our students with their “recycling song” as we launched recycling across both campuses. In the assembly, Miss Basterfield reiterated the importance of saving our planet by recycling plastic, paper and tins. Thanks to one of our parents, Mrs. Do Rego as well as Miss Basterfield and Mrs. Gillanders (the teachers driving the recycling) we have 48 labeled recycling bins around the campus. We are looking forward to reducing our country’s landfills.

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Easter Eggs


Congratulations go to Mrs. Kietzmann and Grade 4E for having handed in a total of 2 724 Easter eggs!
Thank you for what you have contributed so far. We have 2 weeks left to go! Please continue supporting by donating as many Easter eggs as possible.

Congratulations go to Mrs. Kietzmann and Grade 4E for having handed in a total of 2 724 Easter eggs!
Thank you for what you have contributed so far. We have 2 weeks left to go! Please continue supporting by donating as many Easter eggs as possible.

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Santa Shoe Box


Participation in the Santa Shoebox Project saw Reddam House Bedfordview students exceed all expectations.
The team spent many hours this year hard at work raising funds to fill the boxes and was blessed by generous donations from parents and friends.
What’s more, our incredible Grade 9s collectively donated 335 items of toiletries for inclusion in the shoeboxes.
Creating a Santa Shoebox is straight...

Participation in the Santa Shoebox Project saw Reddam House Bedfordview students exceed all expectations.
The team spent many hours this year hard at work raising funds to fill the boxes and was blessed by generous donations from parents and friends.
What’s more, our incredible Grade 9s collectively donated 335 items of toiletries for inclusion in the shoeboxes.
Creating a Santa Shoebox is straightforward: Find an empty shoe box; decorate the shoebox and fill it with gifts including toothpaste, toothbrush, a bar of soap, a face cloth, an outfit of clothing, educational supplies, confectionaries and a toy.
From our humble beginnings of only eight boxes in 2011, this incredibly rewarding project has grown to 188 in 2016. Reddam House truly embraces the school motto of giving back! The mission of the Santa Shoebox Project is to facilitate the giving of gifts to underprivileged children to connect people and bring joy.

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