Port Shepstone Junior Primary explores water conservation

PSJPS gr 3 pupils from Kirsty Kirtley’s class (from left) Leah Andrews, Jenaisha Samuel and Sonali Samdhan proudly present their findings at the recent Water Explorer challenge held at the school.

Port Shepstone Junior Primary hosted a ‘Water Explorer’ exhibition in the school hall last Friday. The exhibition illustrated the 18 challenges that pupils had successfully completed as part of the competition.

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Water Explorer is a fun, interactive programme that focuses on teaching the value of saving water at home and school. Teachers and pupils worked very hard on the exhibition and invited parents, former pupils and the public to come and view the various displays in the hope of applying some of the useful ideas at home.

Visitors were amazed at the depth and insight pupils had employed to explore filtration systems, alien plant invasions, recycling, capturing rain water and researching how much water is used in the production of food and clothing.

Port Shepstone Junior Primary’s gr 3 teacher Lucille Woodenberg (left in front of the tank) and the gr 3 class thank Farnaaz, Yameen and Hamza Desai (from left, next to Lucille Woodenberg) sincerely for the JoJo tank.

The school thanks Yusuf and Farnaaz Desai and their sons Yameen and Hamza for the very generous donation of a JoJo tank.

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