14 Oct Nellies Care continues to motivate learners
On the 8th of October Lentsa Motau (Nellies Care) together with Dumisane Chauke, newly appointed SA Netball assistant coach, reached out to Sicelo Sethu Secondary School, Mandlesive Secondary School and Malekutu Primary School.
The motivational speakers were given the opportunity to talk to more than 500 girls aged 14 to 19 years old. They encouraged the learners to study hard and to use their talents. “You will only reach your full potential if you work hard. Through hard work, commitment and determination nothing can prevent you from achieving your full potential and your dreams”, said Motau.
At Malekutu Primary School 41 u/12 and u/13 girls and 16 coaches attended the netball coaching clinic. Three NHS learners, Jana Ingwersen, Saartjie Breytenbach and Michané Breedt also assisted Ms Matau and interacted with the girls. “The clinic was not only aimed at coaching the girls but their coaches as well,” said Ms Chauke.
At the end of the clinic NHS donated netball balls to Nonhlanhla Mlombo (Head of netball at Malekutu Primary School).
Nelspruit High School would like to invite businesses and schools that would like to be part of the Nellies Care initiative to make contact with them. Working together with the circuit office they would not only like to help empower learners but also their educators, as well as principals with methods, systems and tips to improve education in Ehlanzeni.