While Nightmare has always cared a great deal about uplifting the community, youth empowerment and development always remained a top priority.
The sensational performances captivated the attention of the staff and pupils for the full duration of the shows.
The school caters for children from three months to grade R, in a Montessorri ECD environment and from grade one to grade seven in a safe and hygienic space for teaching and learning.
The programme aims to provide pupils with an overview of IOP’s chemical manufacturing processes, thereby creating or enhancing their interest in maths and science, and motivating them to excel in these subjects.
“It’s all about strategy, and fighting for every last mark you are able to score in your remaining papers,” said Nola Payne of the Independent Institute of Education.
The students have been working with the peer mentors of the school who had informed them of how big the issue of substance abuse is and how it needs to be tackled.
The target group for this campaign was grade R to grade three pupils.
The next follow-up programme will be on a Saturday morning and will focus on electronic circuit design techniques.
Mooney said that national and provincial education departments throughout South Africa do have policies and procedures in place, albeit to varying degrees, on how schools should respond to bullying behaviour.
“Every month, our database of recipients grows as more schools and NPOs discover the benefits of Subz washable sanitary packs,” said Sue Barnes, founder of Subz Pants and Pads, and its NPO extension, Project Dignity.
The programme is worth an estimated value of half a million rand and was launched on Wednesday, October 24.