Arriving at The Pines, the debutantes were greeted with cheers of admiration from spectators.
Learners and residents eagerly supported the initiative, and participants enjoyed a brisk walk for five kilometres.
St Oswald’s recently congratulated its first term Top Ten learners.
Congratulations to all top achievers!
S.E. Vawda Primary School recently held its annual awards, where learners were awarded for their academic accolades. mahle Ngcobo receives her award from Ndabenhle Ndaba, the guest speaker of the night. Ndabenhle Ndaba presents Nihal Thakur with an award. Azizah Nasir receives her award from Ndabenhle Ndaba.
There were a few tears shed, but the children adapted to their new surroundings very swiftly
“I am proud of our matriculants and wish them well in their future endeavours. Amajuba had a 100 percent pass rate for 13 consecutive years from 2002 to 2015, and we hope our class of 2017 can start a successful streak like that again.”
Grade one learners at Lennoxton Primary School prepare for ‘big school’.
Small humans prepare for Grade R.
Not a single tear was shed, as eager Grade 1 learners attended their first day at Drakensberg Primary School.
Teachers were eager to start working with the learners and they hope to have a successful year.