School Visits to the Steve Biko Foundation.


Throughout the year hundreds of students visit the Steve Biko Foundation's Eastern Cape offices to learn more about Steve Biko and the Black Consciousness Movement. Upon their arrival they are requested to fill out a questionnaire that allows us to gauge how much they know about Steve Biko and the Black Consciousness Movement. After that they are taken through the Life Stations of Bantu Stephen Biko photographic exhibition which is up at the SBF’s Eastern Cape Offices. They are then taken on the Biko Heritage Trail which is made up of six Biko related sites, which include his home and the Steve Biko Garden of Remembrance where he is buried. At the end of their visit the students are once again asked to fill out a questionnaire to see how much they have learnt about Steve Biko and the Black Consciousness Movement.

Here are some pictures from recent visits:


Students from Upper Chulunca Secondary School at Bantu Stephen Biko's graveside.


Students from Qonce High School viewing the Life Stations of Bantu Stephen Biko exhibition.


Students from Elukhanyisweni High School at the Biko House also know as the Biko Monument.


Students from Greenpoint Secondary School outside the Steve Biko Garden of Remembrance.


Students from L M Ndindwa High School filling out their questionnaires.

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