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Singakwenza, which means “We can do it” is a Non-Profit Organisation providing Early Childhood Education to economically disadvantaged communities.

Did you know that it is very important for left-handed children to be given left-handed scissors and right-handed children be given right-handed scissors when they are learning to cut? The blades on the scissors are joined differently for left and right-handed scissors, and using the correct ones helps children learn to both cut more accurately and to keep their hand in the correct position. Thanks to the amazing sponsorship from The Oppenheimer Memorial Trust, each of our kiddies was given the correct handed scissors in their Learn at Home activity box to practise with at home.