TOO COOL FOR SCHOOL

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ON A HIGH NOTE: The Claren­don Pri­mary Cham­ber Choir, con­ducted by San­dra Kruger and ac­com­pa­nied by Natalie Sparg, re­cently par­tic­i­pated in the Can­ta­mus Na­tional Choir Fes­ti­val and Com­pe­ti­tion in Ge­orge. ‘Can­ta­mus’ means ‘to sing with friends’. ‘This is ex­actly what we ex­pe­ri­enced, shar­ing our mu­sic, and be­ing in­spired by so many top school choirs from across the coun­try. Claren­don girls ex­pe­ri­enced the beauty of a for­est hike and some sight­see­ing in the sur­round­ing ar­eas. They also had the priv­i­lege of ben­e­fit­ing from a valu­able choir work­shop, con­nected with mu­sic lovers from across the coun­try, and fin­ished their ad­ven­ture off by win­ning the tro­phy for the best pri­mary school choir. An al­to­gether un­for­get­table ex­pe­ri­ence for our girls’

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RAIN­BOW POWER: A group of boys from Ber­lin Pri­mary School’s Rain­bow Kids Cul­tural Club re­cently lend a help­ing hand to fix and beau­tify the school grounds

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PET CARE: Ge­orge Ran­dell’s Grade 00, Grade R and Grade 1 pupils watched a thrilling dog show hosted by Lloyd Bris­tow and his “cooldogz” re­cently. Along with wit­ness­ing some amaz­ing tricks, the pupils were also re­minded of the im­por­tance of car­ing for their pets and treat­ing them with love and re­spect. Pic­tured from left are Grade 1 pupils Palesa Sitibe, Lu­funo Monama, Bris­tow and his furry friend Hero, Lo­gan Heuer and Sichu­miselwe Dot­wana

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WAY WITH WORDS: Ge­orge Ran­dell Pri­mary would like to con­grat­u­late their pupils for their par­tic­i­pa­tion in the Re­gional Spell­ing BEE – City Cen­tre. They are, from left along­side teacher Nic Con­radie, Romero Uren, Jenna Goosen, Lisakhanya Sod­ladla and Mika Stranger. ‘We are ec­static to an­nounce that Romero Uren took first place over­all,’ the school said

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BACK TO THEIR ROOTS: At Gonu­bie Pri­mary School’s Founders Day held re­cently, this year’s matrics who were in Grade 7 at Gonu­bie Pri­mary in 2012, came to cel­e­brate the school’s 87th birth­day. They are, from left, Te­neal Staffen, Nathan Fiebiger, teacher Zoleka Ndza­mela, Beli­cia Keys, Liwa Madlin­gozi and Lwanga Ndza­mela

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