Pupils celebrate SA’s cultural diversity

2019-09-18 06:02
photo: suppliedPupils from Greytown Junior School dressed in their traditional attire to celebrate Heritage Month at school.

photo: suppliedPupils from Greytown Junior School dressed in their traditional attire to celebrate Heritage Month at school.

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ON Monday, September 2 we celebrated Spring Day and the beginning of Arbor Week.

Each class from the junior and senior primary contributed art work which was displayed in the hall and corridors. We are so proud of our talented pupils.

The main focus of the displays was the appreciation of nature and its importance in our lives.

On Friday, September 13 we celebrated Heritage Day. Pupils proudly wore their colourful traditional clothes to school.

At a special assembly, the pupils from each grade performed various cultural dances and songs. Pupils learnt and experienced a lot about different cultures. They gained a better understanding about the diversity in South Africa and a lot of fun was had by all. — Supplied.

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