The Grade 4, 5 and 6 boys dressed in bow ties and vests for the talent competition portion.
Busy Bee Primary School buzzed with anticipation recently as staff and learners were hard at work preparing for a new concert.
Under the watchful eyes of their teachers, the children excitedly prepared to make their stage debuts, dressed in fancy costumes and elaborate makeup and ready to put on the greatest show.
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Some parents and visitors assembled at the gate hours before the show began, hoping for a sneak peek.
These included cultural diversity and picturesque landscapes.
Each grade represented different parts of the country, including individual performances such as singing, dancing and oral items, and each corner of the school was decorated with brightly painted trees and flowers coinciding with the theme.
The Grade 2 boys and girls are all in full costume and ready for the show. The Grade 3 boys get ready to wow the audience with their dancing skills. The 'ABC Against Parents!' want to take parents and teachers to court to demand less homework. The Grade 6 and 7 learners anxiously await their turn in the spotlight. Grade 5, 6 and 7 dancers take time off from practicing their moves to pose for the camera. Anotile as The Toucan. A group of grade 5, 6 and 7 girls are in high spirits as they prepare for their dances. The Grade R children represent many colorful characters of the animal kingdom. The grade three girls are dressed in colourful traditional wear for their dance item. A little grade three mouse and her flower friend are ready for the stage.
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