So this week marks the second week being back at term, and the grade 4’s have settled into a busy term filled with activities and fun.

We chatted to some of the grade 4’s to find out what they got up to during the holidays, and wow, were we blown away by some of the stories! The learners are always up for adventure and their holiday news sure does show it!

Here is what some learners told us…

Kayla Smith told us about her camping trip to Mossel Bay and partaking in a surfing competition… she walked away with new surf board! Salahudin Anthony spent his holidays in Johannesburg with his cousins. His aunt took them to the Mall of Africa which has more then 24 entrances! Jamie Stride spent his time staying local, Jamie and his friends went rock climbing where he climbed all the way to the top.


Alex Walker had a very busy and exciting holiday: She went to France, Disneyland Paris, Spain, spent 4 hours every day riding a horse in Spain and spent her birthday back in South Africa with her granny in Plettenberg Bay. Sienna Cilliers went to J-Bay to watch her dad’s friend surf and donated clothes to an orphanage while she was there! Kayden Schoeman spent some time with his dad in the park and kicking a ball to each other… sometimes family time is all you need, to relax and enjoy your time off. Speaking of family time… Gabby Roughton spent time on a farm with her family playing board games.

Montana de Kock’s family went to Thailand and had a blast, they got to go visit temples and different Islands. Dayle Smith went on a trip to the famous haunted town of Matjiesfontein. Here they went on tour of the famous haunted hotel! Last but not least, Anwar went on a boat trip at the waterfront where he got to see whales and enjoy the sea breeze.

We have loved hearing all the different stories, and can you believe that we only have 1 month and 26 days to go until the next holidays!!! This term will go fast and will be busy but we are looking forward to the challenges that lie ahead and watching our learners grow even more.



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