Rapid School Build programme completes construction of Phase-01 Lwandle Primary School

South Africa: The Democratic Alliance government will continue to uphold the Democratic Alliance difference. DA will maintain this by allocating R2.549 billion to the Rapid School Build programme in the Western Cape.

Reportedly, the learners are already in the class, in brand new schools and classrooms in Belhar, Kwanokuthula and Fisherhaven, in 2024 as a result of the programme.

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Phase-01 of Lwandle Primary School is now complete that includes a sustainable energy and water supply. The DA-run Western Cape government and is committed to continuously create new schools with the Rapid School Build programme to ensure the dignified learning spaces for learners to thrive.

photograph from the Phase-01 Lwandle Primary School under Rapid School Build programme
photograph from the Phase-01 Lwandle Primary School under Rapid School Build programme

Considering, the completion of Phase-01 of the school, Premier of Western Cape – Alan Winde posted an official video on his X handle (formerly known as twitter), showing the school infrastructure in the background.

While sharing the video, he expressed that he is absolutely thrilled by the brand-new school in Lwandle that they are building.

Premier Winde extended the gratitude and said, Thanks to the ambitious Rapid School Build programme. He added that ‘Brick by Brick’ they are building dignified places of learning for the learners to thrive and they are getting started with it.

As per the sources, with the Rapid School Build (RSB) programme, the Western Cape Education Department (WCED) is building more accessible and resilient spaces to enhance the learning and play.

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This vision of the WCED can be achieved by using rapidly scalable construction methods tailored to the needs of local communities.

The Rapid School Build Programme initiative is a deep-rooted, dynamic and tangible response to the provincial clarion call of the government to restore the self-worth of young people.

Notably, the nomination showcases a transversal team of public officials’ tireless commitment to build change coalitions and pioneering a ‘learning-by-design’ methodology that captured the imagination of the public.

Earlier, the Western Cape Education Department received an additional R2.549 billion provisional allocation for the Rapid School Build programme in the province.