Waterworks Primary School

Primary School
  • Water Works Plant, Riverton, Kimberley, 8300
  • Kimberley, Northern Cape
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • +0538320624
PUBLIC PROFILE

The Spell It program has seem a lot of progress in our school this year.

The programme started last year funded by the Droogfontein Solar Farm.

The learners enjoy the activities  because it improves their vocabulary and is fun.

In our school I have 37 learners that participate in the programme from grades 4-6.

I give the Spell It classes 3 times a week, as well as running reading classes with Foundation Phase Learners.

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Today Waterworks primary school

Posted by Wilhelmina Mathabatha on 19 May 2017 11:55 AM CAT
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Our school today remembers our former principal Mr sell and the Droogfontein team who brought winter school uniform to our learners..We still appreciate the work that you doing in our community by developing it and as well as funding educational materials.Today we really saying thanks again cause you help us alot

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Freedom day celebration at school

Posted by Wilhelmina Mathabatha on 03 May 2017 11:15 AM CAT
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On the 26 of April we at Waterworks Primary school celebrated freedom day as it is important in our South African country,in rememberance of our fallen heroes who fought against the apartheid regime for us to live free and fair with no oppression...Learners gathered at a assembly point where we all stood up with respect and sang our national anthem"Nkosi sinkeleli Africa".

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Freedom day celebration at school

Posted by Wilhelmina Mathabatha on 03 May 2017 11:15 AM CAT
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On the 26 of April we at Waterworks Primary school celebrated freedom day as it is important in our South African country,in rememberance of our fallen heroes who fought against the apartheid regime for us to live free and fair with no oppression...Learners gathered at a assembly point where we all stood up with respect and sang our national anthem"Nkosi sinkeleli Africa".

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