The facilitators, Deb Avery and Professor Mike Hart of UKZN, capacitated all teachers on how to use the reading to learn methodology in the classroom.
The principal, staff and the SGB expressed their gratitude to parents, guardians, well-wishers and service providers for a very successful night.
Pupils were dressed according to their career choices and prepared speeches on the careers of their choice: qualifications needed and why they were interested in that career.
These pupils did exceptionally well as the trio brought winning medals home. Ketana Pillay came in second in grade six with her homemade shampoo.
Keynote speaker, Shameen Thakur Rajbansi, appealed to parents of these young girls to educate them and encouraged girls in leadership roles in the political, social, economic, cultural and religious sectors of society
Curro Mount Richmore planted the tree of the year for 2017, their very first acacia thorn tree and they also planted an Albizia flat crown tree to provide much needed shade for the pupils.
The principal, staff and SGB congratulated the pupils on their stellar performance.
Hajj is remembering Prophet Ebrahim (AS) and Prophet Ismail (AS) as well and Bibi Hajra who went in search of Zam Zam and the forgiveness of Prophet Adam (AS) and his wife, Bibi Hawa (AS).
In his address, Wembley Primary’s School principal, Mr R Naidu, said that the building of the auditorium started in 2011 but was halted due to a lack of funding.
Special guests from the Destiny Youth Centre entertained pupils focusing on the above issues.
One of the main purposes of the SGB is to support the principal and the staff in ensuring that pupils get the best possible education.