Little Owls would like to thank all its sponsors and the community as the event would not have been so successful without them.
The theme for the evening was ‘Enchanted’ and it certainly was an enchanting evening.
The policy provides reviewed guidelines for the Home Education programme which is an alternative to attending public or independent schools where a parent of a learner of compulsory school going age may provide education for their child at home.
The Tour begins on the 30th July 2018 and ends on the 1st August 2018 with the team targeting two schools per day.
The Scottburgh MTB tends to hold a soft spot in the hearts of a lot of the top-end riders and White is no different as he looks forward to another exciting 45km dash along the South Coast.
This Project is growing in strength and well over 3000 wheelchairs were donated since its inception in 2007.
The school was declared champions in the Under 11 and 13 Leagues and won the Under 13 Sixes Tournament.
Posters which adorned the school walls were created by learners.
The learners were educated on the process of crime investigation and taken on a tour of the station.
The event was coordinated by Sergeant Thokozo Ngcobo and Constable Isaac Zondi of the Umzinto SAPS Social Crime Prevention.
The theme for the evening was ‘enchanted’ and it certainly was an enchanting evening.