The holiday programme was organised by Linda Sanssoucci and her Aftercare team.
At many successful schools, SGBs work harmoniously with the school principal and the staff to achieve relative success and promote the growth of the school.
The exhibition tells the story of her family’s experience during the Holocaust and is dedicated to her brother, Heinz, who perished during the Holocaust.
The pupils, Zakariya Adam, Jeeveshwara Sooriah and Krishna Rajput during the eight weeks learned skills necessary to hold the role of chairman, vice-chairman, sergeant at arms, secretary, timekeeper, impromptu topics master and more.
Pupil, Divashni Govender was extremely excited after being crowned.
Children will also play fun musical games and make new friends. For those who can already play a musical instrument, they are encouraged to bring it along to have a ‘jam session’ with other aspiring musicians.
A total of 60 schools are due to participate in the competition.
The management and staff of the school thanked the club members for staying true to their social commitment.
The staff received Bova safety boots as part of BBF’s socio-economic development mandate, which requires the company to donate a certain portion of their profits to BBBEE-related activities, a privilege made possible by the hard work and efforts of their collective workforce.
Grade seven pupil, Christolene Paulus, said it was an honour to be a winner twice.
The recent search and dog demonstration was done at Our Lady of Fatima Dominican Convent School in Durban North, where police searched the area around the school for crime related items.