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Sunday, 25 February 2024



Daleen du Toit -Teacher
Margaret Campbell -Learning Support Assistant
Christine Brown-Learning Support Assistant
TERM 1 2020
Work experience at the Turners and Growers tomato farm.


We take our health, fitness and well-being very seriously. We do a fitness circuit twice a week,
 which is great fun! 

Shopping and Cooking




Self-portraits using different media in a creative way.




We are taking our learning online!

We get together at 10 am in the morning, greet each other, share news from the previous day, talk about the weather, discuss the activities for the day play games, do music and exercise and work diligently on our schoolwork while having heaps of fun! 


Our "LOCKDOWN" scavenger hunt

The students had a list with 17 items which they had to find outside. They took their phones with them to take a photo of each item e.g a wildflower, spiderweb, something yellow, a y-shaped stick, just to name a few.  They used the photos to create their own unique book on Tarheel Reader.

 Not only did they enjoyed the fresh air, but they also reported to have a heap of fun while doing their work.







"Lest we forget"In memory of my great-great-grandfathers, who both made sacrifices in the Battle of the Somme in the Great War. (Sarah-Jane)

"They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We will remember them." - 'For the Fallen' by Laurence Binyon's

Artwork by: Caleb, Ella, Raukotuku, Mrs Du Toit, Sarah-Jane




The students had fun using different shapes, in different sizes, creating and building towers which gave them the opportunity to try out new ideas, new ways of thinking and problem-solving!


Creative cooking

Making our own "face" lunches

Online learning

A day in the life of our "pandemic" online learners,

doing maths, spelling, art, life skills, woodwork, care for petscooking, and so much more!


Nature as Art

Sarah-Jane our resident artist extraordinaire took inspiration from nature, using clover and pinecones, to create this quirky and imaginative portrait. 




MasterChef MasterClass

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