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Limpopo-Teachers And Learners of Mokgoba Primary left Mzansi in stitches with their attire.

Students and instructors at the Mokgoba Primary school in Moletji came to school dressed as though they were going on a hunt on Friday.

It was decided that on Friday, both the professors and the kids would dress as though they were going to kill someone in order to both entertain the community and develop a proper bond with children while also creating pleasant memories.

According to the information provided in the report, a farewell ceremony for seventh grade children was organized at the Mokgoba Primary school in Moletji on Friday, August 5, 2022. The majority of the lecturers, as well as the students, were clad in the attire that they had been using previously. The prior version was something that required being brought back to its original state.

The idea was enthusiastically embraced, and the vast majority of people came to the conclusion that they would put it into practice. In addition, other schools in the Limpopo province want to do the same thing when it comes time for them to say farewell to their pupils in the not too distant future.

The principal of Mokgoba Primary school mentioned that it was a great day for the school and that they aim to recreate the environment of pleasure when they hold a departure party for their children the next year. The celebration will take place in the following year.

On the other side, there are a lot of people who think that something like this should be done in the classroom. When kids are confronted with challenges at school that may get in the way of their academic endeavors, the connection and happy memories that are built between teachers and students can help them restore their calm and get back to doing what they need to do to succeed academically.


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