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Kamalinee Primary School learners are proactive

They were honored for their dedication and sterling efforts as well as professionalism.

Kamalinee Primary School embarked on a fundraising initiative for the KZN Blind and Deaf Society.

The school collected an amount of R5 180 to aid the organisation.

Anoosha Hanuman, a representative from the KZN Blind and Deaf Society, presented a token of appreciation to Kamalinee Primary School. Pictured with her is Mogie Padayachee and Jagatheesan Naidoo (school principal).

Kamalinee Primary School learners made Easter bonnets made out of recycled material.

A special assembly was held in honor of the school’s teachers and general assistants.

They were honored for their dedication and sterling efforts as well as professionalism.

Kamalinee Primary School and QASA (QuadPara Association of South Africa) have a long standing relationship.

The school works closely with Sue Martin from the organisation, who collects bottle caps or plastic tops and bread clips on a regular basis.

The community, learners and staff work very hard to achieve their target to get a wheelchair which will be donated to someone in need.

 

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