There was an unveiling of a special Mandela billboard to commemorate Mandela’s legacy of promoting a peaceful, united, and democratic South Africa for all its people.
Special thanks are extended in advance to all sponsors, parents and well-wishers.
Being an avid champion of science, Shreyah was selected to accompany the South African Delegation of the Eskom Expo for Young Scientists participating in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair [ISEF].
The initiative was launched by Fidelity ADT as part of a programme aimed at creating crime awareness among children between the ages of six and nine years in respective primary schools.
Mr V Chellan, an experienced English master served Glenhaven Secondary School for well over a decade. He has been responsible for the languages department for the past few years.
“Thanks to Partners for Possibility for sourcing this wonderful school and to Marion Spence from Rotary for the most welcome donation of Subz self-clipping pads that will last these young girls for five,” said Sue Barnes on behalf of Subz and Project Dignity.
A number of schools were involved in the competition.
Pupils enjoyed participating in this special initiative, which sent out a strong message in the community.
At around 8am, the school received a call stating that an explosive device was placed on the school premises. The school then invoked the school’s standard emergency evacuation plan and pupils were assembled in the school grounds.
Shreya has done Lotusville proud and her family. The principal would like to congratulate Shreya Sevsunker.
For many of the children, this is the first new pair of school shoes they have ever owned.