- Chairmans Report: Annual General Meeting 2017
- Students from Duke university in North Carolina, USA
- New Quantum Sponsored by National Lotteries Commission
- Mandela Day with the Sharks
- Teaching a Child to Fish rather than giving them a fish
- St. Monicas Has Talent
- Quantum sponsored by SAPREF
- Academic Excellence 2016
- Chairmans Report: Annual General Meeting 2016
- Celebrating Heritage Day 2016 in Style
- Companies doing their bit for Mandela Day - 2016
- St Monicas Pupil achieves a Bachelors Pass
- Congratulations to our Matriculants
- Chairmans Report: Annual General Meeting 2015
- Our young lady will swim in the USA SPECIAL OLYMPICS in 2015
- Community Partner Conference
- Success Story: Our Matrics
- Success Story: Bessie Head
- Chairman’s Report: Annual General Meeting 2014
Tuesday, 3rd Feb 2015
One of our youth received a once in a lifetime opportunity to travel overseas to the Appleby School of grammar in the United Kingdom as an exchange student. This expanded her horizons and allowed her to have a different perspective on the “outside” world. She is presently studying towards a B.A degree at the UKZN campus.
Other matriculants have pursued with their tertiary studies at local universities, and have successful careers and are prospering at their work places.
In 2014, one of our youth placed with us for many years, completed a one year City and Guilds Certificate in food preparation with the IKUSASA school of cooking. She also won the best student in practical work.
Youth who had previously resided at the Home as vulnerable children in need of care and left the home are now employed as staff in the various sectors . This is mutually beneficial as they contributed from their experiences and stay whilst placed at the Centre and we offered them an opportunity to be employed and develop their skills.