Children welcomed back to Heavenly Flowers

Mia Potgieter and her mom, Angeliqeu Liebenberg, arrive early for her first day back at school, at Heavenly Flowers Pre-Primary School, last Wednesday.

The festive season has come and gone and the community is slowly returning to their normal routine, this includes heading back to school for some youngsters.

Lambton-based school, Heavenly Flowers Pre-Primary School, welcomed back their first learners, last Wednesday.

“We were thrilled to welcome back all our precious learners and excited to welcome a few new faces as well,” said Natasha Viljoen, on behalf of the school.



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Learners arrived bright and early for their first day of school. Among them was Mia Potgieter, who is part of the two to three-year-old class.

She was thrilled to see her teachers when her mommy dropped her off.

“We had a wonderful first day of school and are thankful to be given the opportunity to be a part of these children’s foundation stages,” Viljoen said.

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Leigh Hodgson

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