Legae Academy

Bokamoso Junior

Community Service is an important aspect in the lives of our students. Hence, this year, we are working in collaboration with the African Haven who are running a programme called Kgatelopele which means ‘Move Forward’ and 60 students have signed up for this programme. Most of these students are A Levels and a few are Form Fives.

Every Tuesday and Thursday from 16:00 to 17:30, we go to Bokamoso Junior School where our Student Volunteers work with the African Haven Volunteers to teach students from Bokamoso Junior School who are enrolled in the Kgatelopele Program. So far, the Legae Academy Students have had some Relation-Building Sessions with the learners. They have also taught Maths and English Language Lessons. On Wednesdays, from 14:30 to 16:00, we go to Tshwaragano Primary School in old Naledi. Here, Legae Academy Volunteers assist the students with reading and writing skills. After the Inter-House Sports Competitions, another group of Volunteers will be going to Cheshire Foundation where they will be rendering assistance as required there. A group of A Level students will also continue to work with the Botswana Red Cross in making donations to the needy in our society.
Our Student Volunteers are very enthusiastic about our New Community Service Programme and they always look forward to the next session.

The support given by the Regional Education Officer, the PEO II, in Hukuntsi, the Chief of Ukhwi village, the Headmistress, the staff of Ukhwi Primary School and the Government Agricultural Demonstrators who have given advice on installing a drip watering system, has been outstanding.


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About Legae Academy Botswana

Legae Academy opened its gates in January 1992 with its mission of providing ordinary Batswana with access to world-class Secondary Education at an affordable cost. In keeping with its commitment to provide world class education that meets the competitive demands of the 21st century, the Academy has pioneered the introduction into Botswana of the International General Certificate of Education (IGCSE) and Higher International General Certificate of Education (HIGCSE). Due to the decision made by the Cambridge to phase out HIGCSE and also because of the great demand for the internationally recognized A-Level course, the school introduced A – Level in 2006. A-level course is an entrance qualification for University Education around the world. These two established, University of Cambridge externally monitored, international curricula give students the opportunity to go beyond Botswana’s local examinations standard.