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Aspiring mechanical engineer Simphiwe Thulani Khulu is on the move

Audi RS3 is my favorite car smiles the humble introvert Simphiwe Khulu. He is a grade 6 learner at Sparrow Foundation School who came into the school in grade 3 from Louders primary school in Soweto. Simphiwe is very shy but has big dreams for his future. He believes that respecting everyone around him will help him achieve his dreams. When he came into the school he required remedial assistance in English and Mathematics. RemedialĀ programsĀ are designed to help give students the individual attention that they need to build their skills and confidence so that they can live up to their potential.

With the help from his teachers including his class teacher miss Moyo, he has started excelling in those subjects because he is determined to do well in his studies and regularly asks questions to help him understand the activities in class. His determination and respect led to him being appointed as a school RCL last year and performed his duties with excellence.

The occasional soccer player who plays as a defender enjoys this sport as it keeps him busy and fit while also assisting him with communication skills as this is a team effort sport. With mathematics and natural science as his favorite subjects Khulu is working hard towards being a mechanical engineer for brands like BMW, Mercedes Benz and his number one favorite being Audi. He aims to achieve this by working hard at school, paying equal respect to everyone, staying positive and motivated at all times. Having experienced challenges in his life at a young age, he has been able to pull through and focus on the end goal and also would like to give back to communities when he has reached his ultimate goal.

Children who need remedial assistance can be identified by the inability to apply basic mathematics or reading basic words, children who have behavior issues and children who have learning disabilities in all subjects.

If your child requires remedial education and support contact the Foundation School on 011 482 3520