Sheppie Junior Primary’s drama boffins put on eisteddfod

2016-08-25 06:00
PHOTO: CANDYCE KRISHNA ‘Call the Police’, rendered by a Grade 3 class, was all about the police.

PHOTO: CANDYCE KRISHNA ‘Call the Police’, rendered by a Grade 3 class, was all about the police.

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EVERY year Port Shepstone Junior Primary teachers and pupils put together a speech and drama eisteddfod and this year’s show didn’t fail to entertain and delight.

Each class recited a poem which had parents rolling with laughter as they each entailed loads of humour.

Children also recited a poem in Zulu titled Amavila, which means “lazy people”.

An Afrikaans poem titled Asierympie­ was also recited.

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