St Monica’s pupils on tour

2017-05-26 06:00
Pupils on the harbour boat trip. Photo: supplied

Pupils on the harbour boat trip. Photo: supplied

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THERE was great excitement for St Monica’s School Grade 5 pupils and teachers when they went on their annual tour to Durban on May 9.
At the Maydon Wharf Sugar Terminal they saw silos filled with sugar and at the National Science Museum they learnt about animals. They also had a boat ride around the Durban Harbour.

On Wednesday, pupils visited uShaka Marine World. Atthe Natal Sharks Board they watched a shark dissection and learnt about fascinating species.

On the final day pupils gained knowledge about the life cycle of a butterfly and spiders and lizards.
The final stop of the tour was at Riverbend Crocodile farm where pupils saw many crocodiles and snakes.

The school thanks Mrs P. Anandham for planning the tour. - Supplied.

 

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