The grade R and seven pupils made the most of their special evening and dazzled in the exquisite outfits.
The exciting competition took place at the Verulam Secondary School, with all pupils being well-prepared.
They discussed mangrove zonation, mangrove survival needs, damage to mangroves and the importance of mangroves.
SEM, Mr S A Chetty complimented the organisers of this inaugural intervention and hoped that pupils will capitalise on this free extra tuition.
Proud principal, Mr V Naidoo, praised his pupils efforts.
Adisha Ramnarain was placed second in the grade five category and Zoey Govindsamy was placed fourth in the grade five category.
On Friday, August 24, Rydalvale Primary School was securely locked and the alarm was activated.
Dressed to impress, the adorable participants shined as they took to the stage.
In the senior section, Mickara Govender took first position to proceed to the next round of the competition, together with Mickayla Chetty who came second in the junior section.
Jyothi was placed first at district level and qualified to participate in the finals where she competed against various school across KZN.
All three pupils, Ishka Dayaram (grade five), Kyla Irusan (grade six) and Jyothi Ramdhani (grade seven) received medals for their performance.