Ryan Leong was a student at Unity College from 2011 until 2014. He now works at Azen Foods as a driver, delivering Chinese goods to Chinese restaurants and supermarkets in and around Johannesburg. Most of the goods are imported from various Asian countries. Ryan enjoys being out on the road and meeting different people. Keep up the good work, Ryan!
With the help of family, past-pupil Tiffany Robertshaw has opened a little business called “Treated by Tiff”. With supervision from her mom, she makes a beautiful body lotion that does an amazing job of deeply moisturizing tired, stressed and dry skin. Best of all it works wonders on hands and problem feet. She also makes a “miracle” detox juice that helps aid digestion, detox the system and assists with weight management. If you are interested in any of the products, please e-mail [email protected]
Intermediate Phase learners Stephanie Pringle and Kayla Kennaugh went mountain biking at Northern Farms during the holidays.
Amar Nagar from the Junior Phase, visited the Brixton Fire Department during the school holidays. It looks like he enjoyed sitting in that big fire engine!
Jeanne Nel, in the Intermediate Phase, was selected to appear in this year's Casual Day TV advert! To see the advert, click here
Kutloano Thoobe, in the Senior Phase, took part in a dancing competition on 22 June at Unisa Little Theatre! He performed Street Style and Hip-hop (duet) and won a GOLD medal! To see his rocking performance, click here
In this regular feature, we get to know a bit more about the Unity College learners and their families.
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This month we get to know more about Kayla Kennaugh in the Intermediate Phase.