Pupils were put through their paces in the field of dance, drama and poetry recital.
The principal, staff, governing body and pupils were elated with the new jungle gym and thanked the club.
Professional talks were done by industry experts in their respective fields including that of business, entrepreneurship, sport and health.
Principal, Pompey Sukool thanked Cllr Zulu for the sponsorship of beautiful plants and trees.
Having a study roster is one thing. Sticking to it is another. The pomodoro (tomato timer) technique is a fantastic and very empowering tool to get things done in a hyper-focused way, and can feel almost like a game.
The pupils thoroughly enjoyed the experience.
Over the years, the school has been successful in academic, sporting and cultural activities.
One of the main purposes of the SGB is to support the principal and the staff in ensuring that pupils get the best possible education.
The school thanked pupils who were able to donate blood and for taking the first step towards helping save a life.
It is important for all candidates, sitting for these exams, to prepare well. Part of preparing for examination conditions is reading and understanding all regulations pertaining to the exams, as well as to adhere to the time frames before and after the examinations.
Out of 30 schools that participated, Selene Vengadesan came second in her category in English story-telling.