Grade 4 Trip to Isimangaliso

Written by Storm Khumalo and Lufuno Ndanganeni (Grade 4)
After waiting anxiously in the freezing cold, our bus arrived and we packed our bags into the bus, got into our comfy seats and were ready for the long hot trip.

Grade 4 day trips

Mrs Sasha Peens writes:
“Hands on learning is by far the most enjoyable and the most meaningful! In Grade 4 we strive for this every day and our recent day trips were certainly highlights.
The Pringle’s potato farm enlightened the children as to the processes involved in getting the simple spud to our tables. They saw both old and new machinery, heard about the amazing satellite technology now being used in farming and got to assist the staff in the digging up of potatoes.

Grade 4 sleep-out

Mrs Sasha Peens writes:
“A flurry of excitement ensued as eager Grade 4s booked their spots and set up ‘camp’ in the Pavilion. Braais were soon lit and, while persistent fire starters persevered, those less eager to endure the smoke played on the fields as the sun set. Great team effort resulted in a delicious supper!

Grade 6 trip to Wagondrift Dam

Mrs Sally Cahill writes:
“Our trip to Wagondrift Dam was the ideal way to start the new year. Although we were due at the camp at lunch time, we intentionally left early with plenty of water and a packed tea, to give the children time at the dam to “chill” as they would put it…

Grade 5 trip to Sugarbay

Mrs Nikki Stokes writes:
“The Grade 5s left with great excitement for Sugar Bay on Tuesday 24 January. With snacks in hand, we set off all ready for a beach adventure.