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Rainbow Primary School is situated in a community rife with unemployment, gangsterism, drug and substance abuse. Principal Brent Bruintjies noted low numeracy and literacy levels as well as the lack of adequate school facilities as his biggest challenge. He said the mere fact that ‘help’ has been offered to his school brings about a new sense of hope. “At the end of this journey I would like to see my entire staff enthused and excited about the future of Rainbow Primary School,” he said.
Left: Brent Bruintjies & Danie Gryffenberg
Province: Western Cape
School name: Rainbow Primary
City / Town: Cape Town
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