Reflections on the African Spelling Bee 2016 The African spelling bee was a phenomenal and motivating experience. Meeting people from various countries taught me a lot about different cultures and a lot about the chain of thoughts of people from different regions.
It’s Nene here..One of the Monash Mentors for the African Spelling Bee 2016 I just wanted to let you know that I had a wonderful time mentoring the kids. It was an eye opening experience watching all the children bond and get
Once upon a time there was a dream, that one day Africa will come together on such a day as this to celebrate our children.Ladies and gentlemen, such a day has come. I take this opportunity to welcome you all to this
My experience in Johannesburg was very exciting. Being part of the first awesome 27 to take part in the African Spelling Bee was a very big honour. Also being the first from Lesotho to make it to the championship round felt like
My visit to Johannesburg for African Spelling Bee was a big honour, and it was made special by the wonderful mentors especially Kim, Mpho, and Lonene-all of whom I was very close to. Also, my stay at Krugersdorp was very memorable and
My name is Christian Tensay I participated in the African Spelling Bee 2016 representing my country Ethiopia I went to Johannesburg,South Africa for the competition and I had a pleasant time there. It was great meeting new friends and visiting interesting sites
First I would like to thank the African Spelling Bee Team for the opportunity that you had given us,Monash SA Students, to be Mentors to such impeccable African Spelling bee finalists or rather amazing children. As a Mentor for 3 of the
My name is Bethlehem Kidane. I am 14 years old from School of Nations in Grade 9. My aim of participating in the spelling bee is to improve my reading and spelling skills as well as to improve my critical thinking. From