Kloof Pre-Primary School celebrated Mother’s Day on Wednesday, 9 May with a picnic in the glorious autumn sunshine. A wonderful morning was had by all making special memories.
There was a nail bar, soak your feet , massage and hair station for mommies.
All learners came dressed to the tee for their special day.
St Benedict primary learners enjoyed quality time in the water to end the school term.
The matriculants of Kloof High School were left in awe as they stepped into their revamped hall for their matric dance recently.
Kloof Pre-Primary learners and their families enjoyed a fun-filled, active morning at their annual Big Walk for Little Feet held on Saturday, 17 February. Children, moms, dads and siblings enthusiastically completed laps of a short course around the playground and were awarded with a medal at the end.
Thomas More College matric learners were welcomed by applauding crowds as they made their way to the school hall for their matric dance. The learners and their partners looked gorgeous and very elegant. The hall was beautifully decorated and the theme for the evening was Afro Chique.
New Germany Lutheran School children came dressed in red and white clothes for Valentine’s Day on Wednesday, 14 February. The learners were wowed by the beautiful set-up of a chocolate fountain and delicious eats prepared for them by their teachers. They sat outside where they sang, played games and enjoyed marshmallows dunked in a chocolate fountain, biscuits and sweets. Amahle Maphalala and Keita Shange dunk their marshmallows in the chocolate fountain.
The first day of the 2018 academic year got off to a good start.
First day of school started on a high note with lots of smiles at Lyndhurst Primary School. The teachers did not waste any time as they started with the lessons for the year. Grade 1 learner, Okuhle Gwala with his teacher, Meghan Smit.
GRADE 1 learners had their brave faces on for their first day at school on Wednesday, 17 January. Nervous parents dropped off their little ones in their respective classroom in the loving hands of their teachers.