Showcasing school facilities

PEDICURE: Learners pampered each other at the open day.

RANDEOR High School hosted its annual Open Day on September 5 and 6 and welcomed parents, learners and potential learners to view the school and its facilities.

CRAFT: The boys show their crafting skills.

The day included words of welcome, a prayer by the head boy and head girl and a gumboot dance by learners. A speech by Mrs Vosloo followed and guests were taken around the school to see different skills development programmes offered by the school.

WORK: The final outcome of some of the learners’ work.

Parents enjoyed a cup of coffee and then listened to a speech from the deputy principal. Application forms were handed out to all at the end of the day.

BEAUTIFUL: The final outcome of some of the learners work.

The aim was to showcase the values, skills and learning opportunities offered at the school. They day was held to attract pupils who are more skills orientated to join the school which offers a basic learning programme in subjects including Math, Science, English and others.

WELDING: One of the learners shows how he can weld.

For more information contact the school on 011 680 1446/7 or visit www.randeorschool.co.za

NAIL: Learners painting nails.

SEWING: Learners at the sewing tables.

HAIR: Learners practise on dolls when they cut and style hair.

NEEDLES: Learners show off their needlework.

BUILDING: Building skills were tested and on display at the open day.

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Shernovia Reddy
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