Vyebos-eiland Primêre Skool

Primary School
  • Vyebos-eiland, , Keimoes, 8860
  • Keimoes, Northern Cape
  • +0544611408

#Throwback Thursday

Posted by Olwethu Majaja on 18 July 2024, 17:45 SAST
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Happy Mandela Day!

Today, we honor the legacy of Nelson Mandela by dedicating 67 minutes of our time to making a positive impact in our communities. Whether it's volunteering, donating, or simply showing kindness, let's come together to create a better world.

"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." - Nelson Mandela

#MandelaDay #67Minutes #MakeADifference #NelsonMandela

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#Throwback Thursday

Posted by Olwethu Majaja on 11 July 2024, 15:45 SAST
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The 11th of July is an important day in South Africa's history. Read more about the  Lilliesleaf arrests here.


#knowyourhistory #thisdayinhistory

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#Throwback Thursday

Posted by Olwethu Majaja on 04 July 2024, 12:10 SAST
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Every Thursday, we look back at events from the past in a posting we call #ThrowbackThursday 

This is to remind and inspire with events that have happened in the past.

Today, we look back at the 2023 South African Spelling Bee Finals and the participants from Keimoes and Upington.

 Anastacia Maasdorp and Tylor Witbooi attended the Finals with their Teacher Assistants Vanessa Van Neel and Nadine Raats

The 2024 South African Spelling Bee Finals will be from the 2nd to October 2024, at Sun City 

For more information, go to www.africanspellingbee.com/southafrica

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#Tuesday Training

Posted by Olwethu Majaja on 02 July 2024, 09:00 SAST
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Today's training lesson comes from Bruce Lee. Bruce was a legendary martial artist, actor, and filmmaker, known for his influential philosophy, pioneering martial arts style (Jeet Kune Do), and iconic roles in films that popularized martial arts worldwide.

"Bruce Lee's 7 fundamentals of self-improvement are a guide to mastering both mind and body. Embrace simplicity, efficiency, and directness in your training and life. Stay adaptable, keep learning, and always strive for personal growth. Let Bruce Lee's wisdom inspire your journey to excellence! #BruceLee #SelfImprovement #PersonalGrowth"

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#Throwback Thursday

Posted by Olwethu Majaja on 27 June 2024, 08:15 SAST
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On this day, June 26, 1945, the United Nations Charter was signed by representatives of the 50 countries attending the United Nations Conference on International Organization in San Francisco, marking a pivotal moment in history. This charter established the United Nations, dedicated to promoting peace, security, and cooperation among nations. Its significance lies in fostering international dialogue, addressing global challenges, and striving for a more just and peaceful world. #UNCharter #GlobalPeace #History

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#Wednesday Wisdom

Posted by Olwethu Majaja on 26 June 2024, 10:20 SAST
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You don’t inspire your teammates by showing them how amazing you are. You inspire them by showing them how amazing they are.” True leadership is not about flaunting your greatness but about recognizing and uplifting the greatness in others. Today, let's focus on empowering those around us, celebrating their strengths, and encouraging their growth. Together, we achieve more. 💪 #Inspiration #Teamwork #Leadership

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Monday Motivation

Posted by Olwethu Majaja on 24 June 2024, 08:55 SAST
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Good morning all and welcome to the middle week of the year. 😀

Life's challenges can sometimes feel overwhelming, but it's crucial to remember that persistence is key to achieving greatness. Each setback you encounter is not a sign of failure but a step towards success.

 Remember, every great story of triumph starts with someone who refused to give up.

So, stay strong, keep going, and let your unwavering spirit be that light that guides you to your dreams.

Check out Steve Harvey's inspirational speech:


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Wednesday Wisdom

Posted by Olwethu Majaja on 19 June 2024, 08:45 SAST
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There is a Japanese proverb that says:

A frog trapped in a well cannot know the ocean.

 (井の中の蛙大海を知らず, "I no naka no kawazu taikai o shirazu") 

The proverb means that someone with a narrow perspective or limited experience cannot understand or appreciate the vastness and diversity of the world beyond their immediate surroundings.

Meaning and Interpretation:

* Narrow Perspective: The frog, living in a well, only sees a small part of the world and believes that is all there is.

* Limited Experience: This proverb highlights how limited experiences can restrict one’s understanding and knowledge.

Lessons We Can Learn:

Seek Broader Experiences

Stay Humble

Avoid Complacency

Have an Open Mind

By embracing the wisdom of this proverb, we can cultivate a mindset that values curiosity, lifelong learning, and an appreciation for the vast and varied world beyond our immediate experience.

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WhatsApp Channel Challenge

Posted by Olwethu Majaja on 18 June 2024, 13:40 SAST
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As you are aware we have been creating WhatsApp Channels for your schools. 

These Channels will grow to become communication Channels for the entire school community on programmes we run and the great work you do.

We have already established a channel for your school and have starting posting some daily posts on them.

We will start posting school-related posts more in the 3rd term.

Our next step is to grow each schools channel to include more teachers,  parents and community members

So for the next 2 weeks we are going to run a little fun competition. 

We are challenging each school to grow their channel to 50+ Followers by Friday 29th June

The first school to do that will win a special prize! 

In order to invite people to join your channel, simply forward  these simple steps.

(We are using Crystal Springs Primary School as an example)

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