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Inspired by CEO Sleepout, these Auckland Park Grade 5s will sleep out on 19 June

Vicky Hyland, a grade five teacher at Auckland Park Preparatory, has challenged her class to sleep out in school corridors on Friday, 19 June.

To enter each pupil has to donate a blanket.

Hyland says she and her class feel inspired by the CEO SleepOut campaign and a book by Sandra Braude the class is reading entitled “Mpho's search”.

The book is about a boy who goes to Johannesburg to look for his father who works on the gold mines. He gets involved with other street children until his luck changes.

Scroll down to listen to our interview of Hyland.

The corridors are drafty!

Vicky Hyland, grade five teacher at Auckland Park Preparatory

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