PSSP cricketer scores 32 runs

PSSP pupils (back, from left) Camryn Lloyd, Juwairiya Peer, Mongezi Mjwara, Iman Khan, Mbasha Shozi , Yumna Adam and Mutesi Kamuhanda were delighted to hand over their impressive collection to Bread of Heaven chairman Pastor Reggie John at a special assembly last Friday.

IN THE first match of the season, the Port Shepstone Senior Primary U13A cricket team put on an outstanding performance against Southcity College last Thursday. After an exciting match, PSSP won by nine wickets. Top scorer was Ben ‘Junior’ Malamba who scored 32 runs.

PSSP’s extramural programme is in full swing and remedial lessons have been made available to pupils who require support in mathematics. Parents of those identified pupils are urged to support and encourage attendance at these important lessons.

The school recently took part in the Bread of Heaven fund-raiser and collected a handsome sum of R9 670. A special assembly was held last Friday to hand the funds over to Pastor Reggie John, chairman of the organisation. PSSP is indeed proud of all pupils and staff who contributed to this phenomenal drive.


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