Ferrum succeeds in Project Can-Can

Ferrum High School boasts their Project Can-Can collection.

During the first term, learners from Ferrum high School were requested to collect non-perishable food items for their annual Can-Can project.

Ferrum High strongly believes that charity starts at home.

This will be used to help less privileged families of Ferrum.

All learners supported the project very well, and the school was able to collect an astonishing amount of 5 581 items.

“WE are very proud of the learners and the RCL’s who organised this project.

The numbers of food collected in the different grades increased from the previous year, and were as follows:

Grade 8:

– 507 food items

Grade 9:

– 303 food items

Grade 10:

– 1307 food items

Grade 11:

– 1388 food items

Grade 12:

– 2076 food items

Zianne Leibrandt

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