If you’re unsure of your career path after high school, take part in the Rotary Club of Hillcrest’s career expo in March.
Spar sponsored two beautiful cakes for this occasion.
A few of the Waterfall School learners donned bright bandannas, socks and caps for the annual event.
The school raised more than R15 000 for the #SaveOurChildren initiative.
The school will use the premises as its GET section for Grade 8 and 9.
“We named it Gumtree-Dowley becausefirstly, there are gum trees around the field. We name all our fields after the trees in them; and Dowley, to honour the efforts that Mr Dowley made to get us the field,” said school principal Sandy King.
The learners dressed up and raised much-needed funds for the Childhood Cancer Foundation of South Africa.
Children had a blast bonding with their parents during the exercise routines.
The school consistently achieved 100 percent pass rate from 2015 to 2017.
Anyone wanting to boost Taine’s amount should go to https://kydrin.co.za/event/View/9 before the end of the month.
Curro Hillcrest’s SPAR Star of the Month – February 2018.