Donate Call for Help Now Find a Base

NSRI EMERGENCY
OPERATION CENTRE (EOC)

087 094 9774
WATERWISE GROENHEUWEL PRIMARY SCHOOLWaterwise educator in the Cape Winelands, Desireé Pinetown, recently visited Groenheuwel Primary school and demonstrated the Waterwise Safety PLAN to Grade R learners. The learners had great fun participating in the lesson. They were eager to learn the safety plan that is also easy to remember.Children enjoy learning in the safety of their classroom. The isiXhosa speaking educators were extremely helpful. They joined in and translated the water safety message into isiXhosa! This gives the learners who are not well acquainted with English an excellent opportunity to grasp the gist of the lesson. The isiXhosa presentation is lively. It is a great way of reinforcing core Waterwise facts. The teachers were proud of the grade R learners. They remember what items to take along when going on a swimming trip to ensure the safety of their peers.Desiree is proudly sponsored by TNPA.Take a glimpse of Waterwise in the grade R classroom.Groenheuwel Gr r (9)Groenheuwel Gr r (3)Groenheuwel Gr r (2)Groenheuwel Gr r (1)Groenheuwel Gr r (10)
Share
Next Article

Margate – Yacht assisted:

Read More

You may also like

IMRF Awards Background
AWARDS  | Published: 14 September 2021

Waves of elation sweep across the NSRI after winning two Awards

Stories of dedication, selflessness, bravery and innovation dominated the International Maritime Rescue Federation (IMRF) Awards ceremony today with the NSRI winning two international awards. ...

19 Spirit of Richards Bay 2
RESCUES  | Published: 13 September 2021

National incidents in Jeffreys Bay, Mossel Bay and Richards Bay

Incidents in Mossel Bay and Richards Bay and a search for a suspected body of a man floating in the surf - Jeffreys Bay ...

236438634 2043545132477584 4180787159926863843 n
RESCUES  | Published: 10 September 2021

Camps Bay – Missing man

A Police Dive Unit will continue in an ongoing search for a 23 year old Gauteng man who is missing in the water at Camps Bay Beach after being swept out to sea by rip currents. ...