School Teachers

Season 4 Episode 43

Wed, 5 Mar 2014 5:00pm

These teachers at Masiphumele Primary School declare that if you don’t have the passion and commitment for teaching, better find another job. Inspiring children to learn, maintaining discipline and coping with classes of over 40 kids is just part of the problem. The most difficult, they say, is trying to involve parents in the education of their kids. With unemployment, poverty and hunger rife, what happens outside the school can undo everything the teachers are trying to achieve…

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Film Credits

Produced by: Street Stories Films

Camera/Sound: Monde Matyumza

Editor: Thina Daniel

Producer: Nomthandazo Mbizela

Directors: Jo Menell

Richard Mills

Special Thanks: Murray Ingram

Brenda Simani-Phike

Principal

Masiphumelele Primary School

 

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