Spar donates vouchers to Hillary Primary pupils

2018-03-20 06:01
Hillary Primary School principal Mike Jacobs with Hillary Primary School pupils Joshua Maistry and Alyssa Munsamy with their vouchers, and group promotions and advertising spokesperson of the Main Group of Spars, Tersia Taskes. PHOTO: supplied

Hillary Primary School principal Mike Jacobs with Hillary Primary School pupils Joshua Maistry and Alyssa Munsamy with their vouchers, and group promotions and advertising spokesperson of the Main Group of Spars, Tersia Taskes. PHOTO: supplied

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THE Main Group of Spars , Main Spar, Sarnia Spar, Escombe Spar and Hillary Spar donated a R250 voucher each to two Hillary Primary School pupils, Alyssa Munsamy and Joshua Maistry, who have done extraordinary well within their school.

According to group promotions and advertising spokesperson of the Main Group of Spars, Tersia Taskes, Alyssa is a Grade 6 pupil at Hillary Primary School. She has a history of academic excellence and has been placed in first position since Grade 1.

She is also an enthusiastic and outstanding sports girl who has exhibited great talent in netball, hockey, swimming and table tennis. On birthdays she prefers to help the poor and reads out to the community. She also does Indian classical dancing.

Alyssa displays impeccable manners, a positive and willing attitude and a spirit of excellence, ensuring a promising future.

Joshua, a Grade 7 pupil from Hillary Primary School, won the victor ludorum 2018 at the school’s swimming gala. He represented Hillary Primary at the Queensburgh and Districts Swimming meet and has also represented his school in athletics. He is a monitor and also the swimming captain this year. He completed the Midmar Mile and represented the school in volleyball this year. Academically, Joshua is an above-average pupil.

“We have decided to acknowledge pupils who have achieved beyond average accomplishments in academics, sports, recreational and community activities.

“We are proud of the young achievers and would like to recognise them for their outstanding achievements,” said Taskes.

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