Rayleen Gertse employed at Christine Revell Children’s home for 13 years as an Educare teacher was identified by the College of Cape Town to be apart of the RPL – Recognition of prior learning group of learners. A congratulations to Rayleen Gertse on achievements. She graduated in the Further Education and Training (FET) Early Childhood Development – Level 4 on Friday, 19 May 2017 at the College of Cape Town – Kromboom Campus. Rayleen of one of hundreds of learners that received her certificate.
On the 11th May 2017, Mrs Bonita Cootee together with a few friends and family celebrated her grandchild, Harper’s first birthday. They brought a snack for our children and had a nice party. We are very grateful that they shared this special day with our children.
We are nearing the end and so excited. We are in the 8th week of building and it is almost done. Awaiting burglar bars and trellidor to be fixed and hopefully by next week we will be able to send you photo’s of the children playing in the playroom.
The group of 40 delegates visited our children’s home on the 8th May 2017. They were attending the ISPO congress and is from Turkey. The delegates are all in sales, specialising in prosthetics and wanted to visit a children’s home in Cape Town. When the bus arrived, the children felt so much love as the group was taken on a tour through the building and all of them interacted with the children. It was very heart-warming to see how these strangers was able to bring a smile to the children’s faces. Special thanks to Yolandi de Vries from Elements Travel who accompanied them on their visit. The group gave a donation of R 4000 that will be used towards the baby formula of the children for the month of May.