Exam preparations well under way at Margate Primary

Margate Primary's brainy whizz-kids (from left) Banoyola Ngxolashe, Bronwyn van der Westhuizen and Jarryd Hamann took part in the recent 7th Natural Science Olympiad.

MARGATE Primary was extremely proud that a group of ten budding scientists from grades 5 and 6 wrote the three-hour paper at the 7th Natural Science Olympiad compiled by the South African Agency for Science and Technology Advancement last Friday.

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The whole school, including teachers, took part in a ‘mass star jump’ in support of healthy living and well-being last Wednesday morning.

The aim was to perform continuous star jumps for a full two minutes, much to the delight of the children. Not sure if the same could be said of the teachers!

Preparations are in full swing for mid-year exams and all pupils are being encouraged to focus on academics.

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