Emgaga Primary celebrates Library Week

2018-04-04 06:01
At Greytown Library, the Emgaga pupils were each given a special library bag for books.

At Greytown Library, the Emgaga pupils were each given a special library bag for books.

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EMGAGA Primary School pupils celebrated Library Week on March 20 with a visit to the Greytown Library.

Sixty pupils and four teachers thoroughly enjoyed learning about how a library functions.

They were also shown the different series of books and how they are arranged.

District official T.N.R. Mavundla from the Library Department accompanied the group.

The children were very excited about the trip and what they had learnt, and the next day, they taught those who had not been present what they had learnt.

The school expressed appreciation to the team, parents and the SMT.

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