The principal of Rose Heights Primary, Dr RS Budhal, together with pupils extended their sincere thanks to the Ayra Yuvak Sabha and the Aryan Benevolent Home for hosting them and giving them the opportunity to attend the programme.
Communications officer of Isipingo SAPS, Cpt David Ragavan said 56 pupils from the primary schools took part in the tournament and thoroughly enjoyed the day.
Once diagnosis has been received from a medical practitioner and the child is able to cope by school standards and norms, the child is then admitted to the school.
They were among many others, from different provinces, who had to submit various write-ups and presentations online in order to stand a chance of being successfully selected.
Communications officer of Malvern SAPS, W/O Radhika Marimuthu said the pupils are taught life skills on financial planning, organisation and management at the imitative.
The course also covered the importance of establishing reading clubs at schools to promote literacy and improve language results.
The phase one handover was held at Lotus Primary School where 30 sets of uniforms were distributed to indigent pupils, who appreciated the kind gesture.
This programme was very informative to these pupils as both were not aware of the different departments the organisation consisted of.
For many of the children, this is the first new pair of school shoes they have ever owned.
The humble lad has always shown the spirit of Ubuntu at school and in his community.
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