Theodor Herzl celebrates first term

2017-03-29 06:03
Donna Schewitz (left) dressed up as Batgirl and Lila Stansfield as a traditional princess. Photos:SUPPLIED

Donna Schewitz (left) dressed up as Batgirl and Lila Stansfield as a traditional princess. Photos:SUPPLIED

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THEODOR Herzl Schools’ learners ended the first term of 2017 on a high note with a fun Purim Parade.

All the learners, as well as the teachers of the pre-primary, primary and high schools, dressed up for the event and showed off their costumes in a parade on the school grounds.

Parents, grandparents, uncles and aunts enjoyed watching the festivities and cheered their favourites on.

Purim is traditionally a Jewish Festival about Queen Esther who was brave enough to stand up for what she believed in.

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