Grade R teachers at Nokulunga Primary School spotted leadership qualities on the first day in Lungile Maseko (5), Amila Baleni (6) and Olwethu Nkosi (5) who are seen distributing books to their classmates. They are being taught to be responsible at a young age.
According to the teachers in the schools, receiving new learners are always a challenge.
Principals complained about the chaos because parents didn’t register online.
Look how creative we are. We can create the World Trade Centre using toys, said Busang Mabuya, Refiloe Kganye, Kgotso Ncowane and Kamogelo Ramorwesi. Teacher Sindiswa Tshabalala (right back) welcomed twins Maria and Martha Miya to her class. Their grandmother, Mable Miya (back left), accompanied them. We want to be in the paper as well said the responsible parents of learners who attended school for the first time. The parents are from left: Busisiwe Masuku (mother to Andile Masuku), Meggie Mbane (mother to Feziwe Mbane), Slindile Mkhize (mother to Angel Mkhize) and Ntombi Miya (mother to Maria Miya). The kids’ teacher, Sindiswa Tshabalala, is seen on the far right. Teacher Thuli Mhlanga with her Grade Rs for 2018. Teacher Thuli Mhlanga is seen teaching Grade R learners at Nokulunga Primary School how to count. Learners should be able to count their mother tongue languages as well as English. The trio meant business on the first day of school. They are from left: Naledi Mofokeng, Lesedi Mokoena and Lethabo Molamodi. Teacher Lindiwe Sibeko shows that the first day of school is not for learners to loiter around the schoolyard, but for serious learning. She is reading to her Grade R class at Nokulunga Primary School in Katlehong. Kathleho Hlalele was accompanied by her sister, Dieketseng Tukula, to school at Kabelo Primary School on January 17. To make sure his sister is protected, big brother Musa Nkonyane (7) in Grade Two accompanied her to school on January 17. Musa made sure Busisiwe Nkonyane (5) was left in the safe hands of her teachers before going to his class. They attend Nokulunga Primary School. Nokulunga Primary School welcomed twins Romeo and Ronald Moyo to Grade R.