School shows community spirit

Nomcebo Gumede (right) shows Golden Hours School pupil, Liam Jaiwan how, to bowl underhanded.
Nomcebo Gumede (right) shows Golden Hours School pupil, Liam Jaiwan how, to bowl underhanded.

THE wet weather could not dampen the spirits of Columbia Primary School pupils who recently paid a visit to the Golden Hours School. Several pupils from Grade 6 and 7 from the Greenwood Park school spent the day playing indoor bowls, cricket and other active games with the Golden Hours pupils.

The idea behind it is about making a difference no matter what the circumstances are, explained Brian Mudaly, vice-principal of Columbia.

“Many of our pupils come from informal settlements and disadvantaged backgrounds, and this visit was about instilling a sense of hope in our pupils, that despite their circumstances, they can still make a difference to others. It was a pity the weather didn’t hold up, but I think all the pupils had fun, especially the game of cricket, which seemed to go down a treat with the pupils,” he said.

Mudaly added he would like to make the visit an annual event.

“This was about instilling caring values in our pupils and one that I think has been mutually beneficial. It’s really about fostering community spirit between our schools while enjoying some physical activities,” he said.

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