Although it was a very hot day, pupils were enthusiastic to participate in the grueling journey up the hill to Treasure Beach.
The relatively calm few weeks they still have ahead of them should therefore be used to plan their post-school options, which will free up their physical and emotional energy so that they can wholly focus on doing their best in their final exams.
Launched in Australia in 1987, the tournament has since become an international programme, with competitions conducted in 16 different regions, including Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Thailand, Uganda and the UAE.
Parents today also all too well know the short-term physical impact that one too many sausage rolls at the school tuck-shop has on their children.
It is hoped that the other pupils will be inspired by the top achievers and be motivated to aspire to greater heights in the mid-term examinations which are underway.
The School Enterprise Challenge, established and run by NGO Teach A Man To Fish, is a student-led business start-up competition for schools around the world.
English teacher, Mrs S Mahomed, said the pupils worked hard and that the school is extremely proud of them.
Not only was the JoJo tank donated by the centre, but delivery and installation was also arranged, with the assistance of Wayde Pierrus of Paus Plumbers.
Some of the activities carried out during this blessed month of Ramadan in support of social cohesion included sharing and giving and choosing to be kind.
For many of the children, this is the first new pair of school shoes they have ever owned.
Chairman of the association, Fisokuhle Kheswa said this is their way of giving back to the community they serve.