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Monitors inducted at PSSP

PSSP learners look forward to their upcoming excursions as well as what the rest of the term holds.

Term two has had much in store for Port Shepstone Senior Primary so far, with the Grade 7 monitor induction which took place a few weeks ago.

A special assembly was held in which a total of 56 learners were inducted as monitors.
The new team beamed with pride as they read their pledges, taking on all responsibilities bestowed on them.

Grade 6 learners visited Crocworld last Thursday, as part of their excursion, where they were briefed about reptiles.
Learners were also given an opportunity to view and touch a snake and baby crocodile and watched the larger crocodiles being fed.

Additionally, PSSP hosted a well-attended Winter Sports Day which took place last Saturday.
A total of 14 schools took part in hockey, netball, rugby, soccer and volleyball.

The learners enjoyed the experience as well as interacting with learners from other schools.
PSSP learners look forward to their upcoming excursions as well as what the rest of the term holds.

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