She encouraged parents, teachers and guardians that it is vital to start teaching children religious practices, regardless of the religion.
Barracuda Primary School was the best performing school followed by Ferndale Primary School in second position and Parlock Primary School in third position.
Proud school principal, Pompey Sukool was ecstatic and applauded his team for bringing honour to Dr Macken Mistry.
“It’s all about strategy, and fighting for every last mark you are able to score in your remaining papers,” said Nola Payne of the Independent Institute of Education.
Schools recently visited included Snug and Safe Day care, Convent of our Lady of Natal, Woodhaven Pre-Primary, Malborough Park Junior School, Pandora’s Pre-Primary, Holy Family Church and many more.
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“Every month, our database of recipients grows as more schools and NPOs discover the benefits of Subz washable sanitary packs,” said Sue Barnes, founder of Subz Pants and Pads, and its NPO extension, Project Dignity.
The school’s marketing and public relations officer, Ummesaad Mahomed said they are very proud of his remarkable achievement thus far and wish him well in the competition ahead.
School principal, Pompey Sukool said, “We are so thankful and grateful to Mr Angus Morrison, Spec Savers and Execuspecs for their generous sponsorship.”
The principal, staff and SGB thanked all guests for their attendance in light of the successful initiative.
Equally excited about the results were their staff, SGB and fellow pupils of Lakehaven Secondary.