Children celebrate friendship

2018-06-06 06:02
The Busy Bees and their guests of the Retlameleng Special School on Internatio­nal Children’s Day, celebrated on Friday (01/06). With the children are from the left, back: Ntsiki Seyiso (Retlameleng), Haolatlhe Lubidla (Busy Bee), Morina Nodom (Retlameleng) and Winnie Malinga (principal of Busy Bee). Photo: Supplied

The Busy Bees and their guests of the Retlameleng Special School on Internatio­nal Children’s Day, celebrated on Friday (01/06). With the children are from the left, back: Ntsiki Seyiso (Retlameleng), Haolatlhe Lubidla (Busy Bee), Morina Nodom (Retlameleng) and Winnie Malinga (principal of Busy Bee). Photo: Supplied

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A hand of friendship was extended on Friday (01/06) when the Busy Bee Crèche hosted children of the Retlameleng Special School to celebrate International Children’s Day.

The children were happy to spend a few hours of the day together and communicated in their own unique sign language.

Party packs and snacks were exchanged in terms of while the Bees donated their honey with love.

According to one of the Retlameleng teachers, Ntsiki Seyiso, the children do not get many opportunities to go out, although they often get visitors.

“We decided to do it the other way around this time, as the Busy Bee children usually come to us,” said Seyiso.

“We hope our friendship will prosper and that we will have more joined programmes.”

She said the learners were also excited by the prospect of giving.

They each donated a small amount of coins out of their pockets to contribute towards the gifts.

The principal of the Busy Bee Crèche, Winnie Malinga, said they treasure their friendship with Retlameleng as it teaches the children from a young age that everyone is unique.

“This relationship is growing and the children from both schools will get beneficial exposure because we come a long way,” Malinga said.

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