Celebrating World Book Day

2018-09-27 06:01
Smangele Nqoko (front, middle) with Flambel Primary School pupils. PHOTO: supplied

Smangele Nqoko (front, middle) with Flambel Primary School pupils. PHOTO: supplied

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PUPILS at Flambel Primary School celebrated World Book Day recently.

The Tongaat Central Library co-ordinated storytelling, song and dance, and the art of learning reading through music, targeting pupils from grades R up to Grade 3.

Literacy Month was celebrated at Lotusville Primary as well, co-ordinated by the same team of Tongaat Central Library. Librarian Vigie Padayachee­ urged teachers and principles to start making membership to any library compulsory.

“The interaction with all children clearly indicated a need to emphasise the importance of reading.”

Teachers and pupils enjoyed this informal approach whilst also learning and understanding the importance of reading and belonging to a library.

Padayachee encouraged teachers to become institutional members and take out block loans of books and create reading corners in their class room.

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