Due to lockdown and the possibility of us opening schools in June, the campus has taken some strain without our workforce, so Workers’ Day this year saw the community out in full force, mowing, weeding, cleaning, preparing for the kids.
South Africa observes International Workers‘ Day on 1 May as a public holiday. Workers‘ Day, also known as May Day, originated within the historical struggles of workers and their trade unions for solidarity between working people, and in their struggles to achieve fair employment standards.
This year, Workers’ Day was observed slightly differently on the Treverton Campus. It’s times like these that one is reminded of just how incredibly fortunate we are, to work and live in this particular community. Brought together by vocation and strengthened by faith.
Su Huggett (Head of Marketing)