Heritage Education Outreach

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Educational Heritage camp to ignite learners of intangible heritage

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Nine (9) schools represented by a group of four learners from each province will represent their provinces at the 2018 Heritage Education Schools Outreach Programme (HESOP) competition at the Golden Gate Highlands National Park in Free State from 01 to 05 October 2018.

 

The HESOP is an annual programme by the National Heritage Council (NHC) and this year’s partners include the Department of Basic Education (DBE), South African Heritage Resource Agency (SAHRA), South African National Parks (SANParks), National Arts Council (NAC), National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) and Brand SA.

 

The group of four learners per school will attend a week-long camp, where they will learn about intangible heritage, network and meet new faces from different cultures and traditions so they discover their value in society as patriotic citizens. They will also get to understand cultural and natural heritage concepts in their curriculum related subjects. The schools that reach the final stage of the competition will continue to challenge each other for first, second and third prize winner. With 2018 being the centenary of Tata Nelson Mandela, the stalwart’s words of wisdom and legacy will be part of the learners’ competition exercises.

 

The Golden Gate Highlands National Park was established in 1963 to protect the sandstone rocks which were once shelters for the Bushmen. Learners will have the pleasure of viewing cave paintings that are well preserved. The park also boasts various rare and indigenous flowers that include the Arum Lily, Watsonias, Fire Lilies and Red-Hot Pokers.

 

The 2018 HESOP programme kicked off in June where the Department of Basic Education in partnership with the NHC reached out to a number of heritage enthusiastic teachers and learners from schools at district and provincial level by going through several workshops. Eliminations were done at provincial level in July and August.

 

At provincial level, the Council is in partnership with the Limpopo Provincial Department of Arts, Sports and Recreation, Mpumalanga Provincial Department of Arts, Sports and Recreation and the Eastern Cape Nelson Mandela Museum.

 

The programme is targeted at Grade 9 to 11 learners from Government schools and is designed to increase awareness and appreciation of our common and diverse heritage through inter-cultural exchange, presentations, traditional performances and a site visit to a cultural village or heritage site.

 

“The successful management of our heritage resources; awareness and appreciation of our heritage is key for united and patriotic citizens. As the NHC, we cannot achieve all of this by ourselves, we appreciate the collaboration and support we receive from our partners. We also pride ourselves in decolonizing heritage for the future leaders of the country to start writing and telling their own history and to better understand their heritage” says Adv. Sonwabile Mancotywa, Chief Executive of the NHC.

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HESOP Programme

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The HESOP is an annual programme by the National Heritage Council (NHC) and this year’s partners include the Department of Basic Education (DBE), South African Heritage Resource Agency (SAHRA), South African National Parks (SANParks), National Arts Council (NAC), National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) and Brand SA.

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HESOP Parcitipants

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Province

 

 

Name of School

 

Learners

 

Educators

 

Provincial Coordinators

 

Comments

 

Travel arrangements

 

Free State

 

Selelekela Sec School

1.    Lekgowa Jankie Mokoena (M)

2.    Mokoena Khehla Peter (M)

3.    Khahlane Mmakgwiti Gladys (F)

4.    Mofutsanyana Lerato Gladys (F)

Ms Mmanaledi Nqubuka

 

 

 

 

Ms C Komphela

 

082 303 3088

 

Ms LC Molingoana ( Provincial Coordinator)

2 girls

2 boys

 

Gauteng

 

Sunward Park High School

 

1.    Thabang Moloi

2.    Sabelo Ndaba

3.    Karabo Mchunu

4.    Phumla Noruwana

Ms Magudulela (educator)

073 775 3867

2 boys

2 girls

Bus from OR Tambo
 

Kwazulu Natal

Nsikayethu High School 1.    Nqobile Maseko

2.    Gwala Siphokazi

3.    Njoko Siyamthanda

4.    Madlala Nqobile

Mrs Emelda Mongoato

 

082 973 2434

Ms Fikelephi Dlomo

 

079 246 8721

4 girls Flying to OR Tambo
 

Limpopo

George Mbulaheni Secondary School 1.    Aimahonarine Nedzanani (F )

2.    Mashudu Musekwa (M )

3.    Blessing Mahuva (M)

4.    Lifhiga Lutendo (F)

Mr M J Mavhungu Mr Donald Lethole

 

072 397 7282

2 boys and 2 girls Shuttle from school to PLK airport

Flight at 10am to OR Tambo

 

Mpumalanga

Valencia High School 1.    Mkhonto Ndumiso (M)

2.    Mdluli Wallachia – F

3.    Phiri Ayanda – F

4.    Theledi Chantel -F

Mr Muziwakhe Singwane Mr Themba Shilubane

 

083 282 8159

1 boy

3 girls

Flying to OR Tambo
 

Northern Cape

1.    Geraldine Lesedi Modise (F)

2.    Britney Daphine De Leeuw (F)

3.    Tshegofatso Kwenda (F)

4.    Botshelo Dineo Lukas(F)

Mr Molahleng Petrus Klaas Mr D Rolse

 

083 749 3020

4 girls Provincial Department to shuttle learners to the airport and back

Flying from Kimberly to OR Tambo

 

 

North West

Vuyani – Mawethu High School 1.    Mhlaba VM (M)

2.    Maseru KC (F)

3.    Pitso RK (F)

4.    Sesing TB (M)

Mr P S Leeuw

072 233 5550

Mr Raymond Mofolo

 

082 040 5579

2 boys and 2 girls Getting a car hire

Educator to drive learners to the camp

 

Western Cape

John Ramsey High School 1.    Corkee Hakeemmudeen (M)

2.    Loff Theresa (F)

3.    Japhta Kyle (M)

4.    Julius Evelyn (F)

 

Ms Tessa Cloete Ms Bridgette Tobin

 

072 576 8010

2 girls

2 boys

Parents will drop the kids at the airport

Flight from CPT to OR Tambo

 

Eastern Cape

 

Jongilizwe S.S.S 1.     Letlatsa Naledi – ID 9912220930082 (F)

2.     Wendy Madikane – 0004230845085 (F)

3.     Mongezi Thuthani – 0105175821088 (M)

4.     Yamkela Titi – 0103145865087 (M)

Abongile Fezeka Ntizi – 8301300527086 = Educator

 

Ms Zodwa Matikinca

072 203 8607

2 girls

2 boys

School to transport learners to Mthatha Airport
             

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HESOP Stakeholders

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National Film & Video Foundation (NFVF)

 

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National Arts Council (NAC)

 

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