Peninsula School Feeding Association

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Four schools join the PSFA family

Posted on June 5th, 2019 by Charles Grey

Zandvliet High School [caption id="attachment_7458" align="alignleft" width="383"] Zandvliet High School[/caption]                 Zandvliet High School opened its doors on 1 January 1989 in Macassar, where unemployment is rife and also plagued by gangsterism, alcohol and substance abuse as well as teenage pregnancy. Despite this, Zandvliet High boasts a matric pass rate of 73% for 2018 and has produced a number of successful learners who have excelled in the sports, business and performing arts sectors. PSFA will begin feeding 150 of the 835 learners at this school with a re-assessment taking place later this year. Soneike High School [caption id="attachment_7459" align="alignleft" width="382"] Soneike High School[/caption]                 This high school that accommodates 600 learners, was established in 2013 to alleviate the amount of excess learners in the Kuils River basin. Since population growth outstripped planning, the school was started on a temporary site with temporary infrastructure namely mobile classroom units. Over and above servicing learners in the Kuils River area, this school educates impoverished learners from Delft, Wesbank, Kalkfontein, Eerste River, Blackheath, Mfuleni and various informal settlements and RDP housing units in the area. Our meals will be served to 150 learners from a brand new Wendy House that the school has erected. Middelpos Primary School [caption id="attachment_7460" align="alignleft" width="382"] The learners at Middelpos Primary School celebrating Africa Day[/caption]                   This school, situated in Middlepos, Saldanha, was established during 2017. Most of the 830 learners who attend this school (Gr. R to Gr. 7) come from the surrounding poverty stricken informal ettlements. The learners are accommodated in temporary structures or mobile classrooms. Thanks to PSFA, 150 learners at this school will receive a daily cooked breakfast and lunch. Paul Greyling Primary School This school is an Afrikaans medium school in the predominantly English speaking community of Fish Hoek. The school has been serving the Fish Hoek valley for over 62 years and was started in 1956 to accommodate the children of the Afrikaans speaking SA Navy officers. Since then the school has evolved into “A School for the Community through the Community”. Over the past seven years the school has been running a feeding scheme that relied on food donations to feed underprivileged learners from Fish Hoek, Masiphumelele, Ocean View and Vrygrond. PSFA will now be providing these learners with a daily cooked breakfast and lunch.]]>

Contact Information

Phone: +27 (21) 447 6020
Physical Address: 26 Purdey Road, Sheffield Business Park, Philippi, 7750
Postal Address: PO Box 154, Observatory 7935

Banking Details

Account Name: Peninsula School Feeding Association
Bank: Standard Bank of South Africa Limited
Account Number: 070894159
Account Type: Cheque Account
Branch Code: 020909
Branch Name: Thibault Square
Swift Code: SBZAZAJJ
Physical address: First Floor, Thibault Square Branch, Corner of Hans Strijdom Street and Long Street, Cape Town, 8001