WATCH: Pinetown littlies march for World Water Day

Zachary Singh and Rebecca van Zyl

Learners and teachers from Birches Pre-Primary School in Sarnia marched in and around the school to celebrate World Water Day.

Littlies came to school with placards which they made with the help of their families.

 

 

 

“This is such an important conservation theme in our school and our efforts have made an impact in the past and last year we were named one of the Big Five Eco-schools in South Africa. We also belong to an organisation called Water Explorers which is an International organisation working for water conservation in many countries,” said principal of the school, Scilla Edmonds.

 

Learners marching around the school.

 

Tharyan Govender

Learners leave the school premises with their placards.

Jasmin Samuel, Amy Whiteley, Jordyn Phillips, Leven Moonsamy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sanelisiwe Tsinde
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