Laddsworth Grade Twos have a ‘Wacky Wednesday’

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Laddsworth Primary School Grade Two learners enjoyed a 'Wacky Wednesday" on Wednesday 21 October 2020. The day was inspired by the book Wacky Wednesday written by Dr Seuss. The learners enjoyed lots of 'wacky' activities during the school day and they had lots of fun finding what was backwards or upside down.

 

Laddsworth Grade Threes hold Victorian Day

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Laddsworth Primary School Grade Three pupils held Victorian Day on Thursday 22 October 2020. Pupils transformed themselves into stylish Ladies and Gentleman. They enjoyed many Victorian activities including ink and quill writing, games and a picnic on the lawn.

  

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Laddsworth Primary School Celebrates Heritage Day

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L-R: Dharmik Makawana and Philisande Dladla (Grade 3)

On Wednesday, 23 September 2020, Laddsworth celebrated South Africa’s rich and diverse cultures, with the learners dressing up to reflect their cultural heritage.

 

Spring Day at Laddsworth

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L-R: Sarah Morrow, Liam Rampaul, Madeleine Veitch (Grade 2) with their beautiful spring art and spring hats.

 

Laddsworth Primary School held a special Spring Day Civvies day to celebrate the arrival of Spring on Friday 3 September 2020.

 

 

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  Olivia Greyling (Grade 6) with her ‘Viking Spring Hat’

 
 
 
 

 

Laddsworth ‘Brain Breaks’

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Laddsworth Primary School recognises the importance of movement in the classroom, to release excess energy and refocus attention. This is especially important considering the safety constraints that have been introduced to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in schools. Children have to wear masks, adhere to social distancing and are not able to run around at break or play sport in the afternoons.
Each class teacher periodically does their own fun physical activity during class time. The children enjoy these ‘brain breaks’ tremendously and it helps to improve morale, for both learners and teachers.