The lesson was a ‘splashing’ success.
The benefits provided by indigenous plants are remarkable as they are sustainable, use minimal water, are fauna friendly and thrive without the use of artificial fertilizers.
Mrs R Govender (Veni) and Mrs R Singh (Romie) stepped into a much-deserved retirement however, they will certainly miss their colleagues and pupils immensely.
Principal of Greenvale Primary School, Mr P Ramdeen together with his fellow staff members extended their heartfelt thanks and appreciation to Food for Life Children’s Projects.
Teacher and prefect mistress, Annette Moodley, said that prefects need to add value to the school by fulfilling functional positions.
Thirteen pupils and three teachers will be hosted as part of the educational programme. The excited pupils will be staying in the community of Interlaken and will stay for a period of two weeks.
Kumari Naidoo, head of department at St Mary’s, welcomed the assistance given by Woolworths.
Principal, Mr KR Vayapuri stated that there were several challenges confronting the school. He also emphasised the numerous accolades that the school has attained as well as the efforts that the school was making in order to become self-reliant.
The Bayview Flats Residents Association, through the support and generosity of Prosecure, handed over the uniforms to children from Summerfield Primary School, Merry Hill Primary School, Ocean View Primary School, Protea Secondary School and Truro Campus at Summerfield Primary School, last week.
In an interview with the Rising Sun, local councillor, Sunil Brijmohan, said that last month 38 pupils in both grade eight and nine were forced to repeat the year as they had failed their second language subject which was Afrikaans.
He achieved awards for six subjects namely Mathematics, Afrikaans, Natural Science, Technology, Social Science and Creative Arts.