Not a single tear shed as Michaelis welcomes Grade 1 class of 2018

Looks like the beginning of a beautiful friendship. Zinathi and Zani - classmates at Michaelis.

Proud parents gathered outside the Michaelis Garde 1 classroom on Wednesday to take photos of their children embarking on their journeys into ‘big school’.

Zani gives her mother one last hug goodbye before going to class on her first day of Grade 1 at Michaelis.

Camilla can’t wait to get to class. “No more goodbye kisses, Dad…”

Camilla’s mom gets a hug goodbye before class begins.

Camilla smiles for the camera.

Nita Mohunram smiles proudly during an emotional moment as her son, Abhay begins his school journey.

Kgomotso is prepared for Grade 1 with his Back to School box.

Menelisi shows his mum his Zuckertute.

Umile smiles as he hands his book in.

Awa settles in for his first day of Grade 1.

Sandile Makhoba is ready to go for ‘big school’.

Zotha and Sandile in Grade 1 at Michaelis.

Kgomotse and Umile are excited for their school journey.

Zinathi is all smiles on her first day of Grade 1.

Looks like the beginning of a beautiful friendship. Zinathi and Zani – classmates at Michaelis.

Erin looks forward to working hard and learning a lot at Michaelis.

Camilla is ready to take on the school year with a smile.

Dite and Leon look all set for a great year in Grade 1 at Michaelis.

Angela’s school journey begins on her first day at Michaelis.

Caide and Abhay look happy to be starting their school career at Michaelis.

Menelisi enjoys his first day of ‘big school’.

Caide listens intently as the teacher speaks to the class.

Menelisi shows off his blue sharpener.

Abhay shows his excitement on the first day of Grade 1.

Caide organises his school stationery.

Looks like Caide and Abhay are already good buddies.

Snothile and Camilla have a chat.

Miss Emily gets a hug and a birthday cupcake from birthday girl, Zani.

Zani celebrated her birthday on the first day of school by bringing cupcakes for her classmates.

The Grade 1 class enjoy their break in the shade of the trees with their Grade 7 mentors.


Elaine Rodway

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