The awards day is a celebration of the pupils’ fine achievements in PROTEC’s three core subjects Math, Physical Science and English.
The innovative school looks at creative strategic therapy that is educational yet attractive enough for a special needs child to want to learn from. They have also introduced Equine Therapy which is horse therapy to their pupils.
To bring smiles to the faces of these children, a good Samaritan, Ashley Naidoo and his family from Gauteng treated hundreds of underprivileged pupils of Trubel Primary to gifts and grocery packs on Black Friday.
Mrs Rajcoomar served as the chairman of the Phoenix environmental team for over 12 years and rolled out several enviro youth programmes as well as workshops for teachers.
Pupils entertained the attendees with songs and dance and each was welcome with screams and applause.
“To honour this milestone, PROTEC past graduates gathered at Alumni functions held in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal,“ said Balan Moodley, CEO of PROTEC.
The school management, staff, SGB and fellow pupils praised the cast members for performing extremely well.
The principal, staff and the SGB thanked those who helped to make the event a success.
Pupils had fun by dressing up for the career of their choice. Some of the career choices which were chosen included doctors, accountants, nurses, engineers and biologists.
They also visited Everest Heights Primary School where they highlighted the issue of bullying and the importance of working as a team.
The pupils at Acacia Primary come from challenging socio-economic backgrounds, with a number of them living in child-headed homes which do not have access to reading books.