Yesterday we had the pleasure of a visit of Grace at Daktari! Thanks to your support, she is still learning at Southern Cross School. She is trying to do her best and she has really improved in many subjects.
However, as it is her first year in practical sciences and in Afrikaans, she encounters difficulties. We did not feel that we could leave her like this, so we have found someone to help her in those subjects during extra-lessons. We know that it is a lot of pressure for her to enter a private school and to live far from her family, but she is very brave and willing.
A lot of people are involved in this project, like YOU, and Grace would like to send you a message: “I am getting used to the school environment and I have got a lot of people who care about me and support me. I am a very lucky girl to be able to enter into such a school and I am very thankful to you for giving me the chance to fulfill my dream”.
Of course, we will keep you posted. Your support means a lot for us! Thank you!
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