School principal, Mr Shange, stated that the programme was informative and professionally done and was also extremely appreciative to Isipingo SAPS and House of David Community Centre for facilitating the programme.
Fifty years ago, the school opened its doors to service the educational needs of the Westcliff community.
The bursary recipients were overwhelmed and beyond appreciative upon receiving their bursaries.
The children were taken to the centre to assist in dishing out the food in a bid to initiate a spark of humanity.
The pupils were excited about their new roles as leaders.
The Smart Clubs involve leadership roles such as chairman, treasurer, secretary and so forth, thus also allowing children to develop much needed leadership skills.
This project is a school-based initiative that was initiated almost four years ago by a retired head of department, Bala Thaver and his wife, Vijay Thaver, who is a retired principal.
Moorton Heights Primary School was in need of a data projector screen, as well as a roll-up school banner. To her delight, the former pupils acceded to the request.
The principal together with his respective staff and members of the school governing body take this opportunity in congratulating the selected prefects.
A copy of the rules is prominently displayed in each classroom.
Computer Solutions International presented Sivashnee with a laptop and accessories.