15.1.2020 04:49 am
These little ones inspire bravery!
From teary goodbyes to new beginnings, these Grade 1s embarked on their first steps toward their futures with their first day of school. The eager pupils from Constantia Kloof Primary School, Mimosa Primary School, Springvale Primary School, Agape Christian School, and SAHETI School were photographed by the Citizen's photography team. [caption id="attachment_2228994" align="alignnone" width="389"] Gr 1 learners can be seen in their classroom at Springvale Primary school in Centurion on the first day of school, 15 January 2020, Pretoria. Picture: Jacques Nelles[/caption]
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