Macsteel and Shine bring stories to life.
Recognising that literacy is a human right and the foundation of all learning, Macsteel and Shine celebrated International Literacy Day at Goede Hoop Primary School in Reiger Park on September 9.
For over 40 years, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation has been celebrating International Literacy Day by reminding the international community of the importance of literacy, which remains one of the
biggest challenges faced by the South African education system.
Macsteel, therefore, has joined forces with Shine, an organisation aiming to drastically improve the quality of the education system in the country, to stimulate learners’ creative thinking by reading to them and dressing up as characters from the books that are read to them to make the stories come to life.