The school principal, Mrs V Reddy, staff and SGB are proud of Krithika and wish her all the best for the National finals.
The school thanks its learners, parents and well wishers for their generosity.
A year later she completed her Master of Social Science degree Cum Laude, and she was awarded one of the most prestigious social work scholarships in the world, the MFamily Erasmus Mundus.
Their passion was rewarded when they were awarded certificates for Domestic Service.
Performance and leadership were further enhanced when grade 7 learners from Naidoo Memorial Primary School were given the opportunity to act as chairpersons and time keepers.
Earlier this year the school received seedlings from the Department of Agriculture which have been put to good use.
They cited examples such as the current norms for screening the eligibility for child care grants that could be used as deciding factors in granting free education.
These learners were placed in the “top 200” out of the 4 828 participants across Kwazulu-Natal.
This was the first time that Naidoo Memorial had participated in this competition.
Some fortunate partygoers walked away with lovely prizes which were giveaways. Ex-pupil and successful businessman, Louis Myende of Tycoon Consulting, surprised the school by making a presentation of school uniforms for indigent children.
Parents are hopeful that there will be continuity and that good governance will prevail at the school.