St Monica’s hosts Valentine’s events

2017-03-03 06:00

ON February 14, St Monica’s School hosted the senior primary Valentine’s Day for intermediate phase at the school and pupils dressed in pink and red and white and gifts were given to pupils and teachers.
Pupils were also given the opportunity of showing off their modelling talent.
A Grade 6 pupil, Lesedi Moabi was crowned Miss Valentine and Mr Valentine was Ngcali Dontsa from Grade 7.

Junior primary pupils celebrated their Valentine’s Day on February 17 and they and teachers dressed for the occasion.
Omolemo Pitsana was crowned Miss Valentine and Mr Valentine was Reaboka Nketu from Grade 1.
From Grade 2, Mr Valentine was Kamvelihle Sabisa and Miss Valentine was Lukho Ngoma.

Lihle Somgcana was crowned Miss Valentine and Magnus Acquaye was Mr Valentine from Grade 3.
Pre-School pupils also celebrated their Valentine’s Day on February 17. Lisanda Dombela was crowned Miss Valentine and Lesedi Bofolo was crowned Mr Valentine
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