On Thursday 6 March, Monument held its annual public speaking trails. Senior and junior learners showcased their talent by executing their speeches with confidence and pride. Congratulations to all those that participated, Monument is proud of you. The following Junior primary learners have been selected to take part in the next round: Chloe Nash, Atlehang Motsoeneng, Amukelo Khumalo and Okuhle Nyathi. Well done girls!


Monument teacher Mrs Louise Cilliers, provides wonderful opportunities for the special needs children in her class. Here they are seen getting "stuck into" baking! Many life skills are taught to these precious children.

tasting good

3 of Monument Primary teachers attended a revue workshop which focused on the planning, sound and lighting and choreography of a school revue.  The workshop was hosted by Nolte Productions in Pretoria. " It was an exceptionally educational experience" said Mr Beukes. So watch out for the fourth coming drama productions presented by Monument!


Monument leeders is lief vir redenaars en raak net elke jaar beter en beter! Tydens hulle skool uitdunne was die kompetisie straf en puik toesprake is gelewer. Vier leeders in elke kategorie gaan op 12 April by Pioneer (Vryheid) deelneem. Graad 1 - 3: Ruan Barnard, Jacobus Beukes, Nelmarie Campher, Zack Hattingh. Graad 4  - 5: Merize Beukes, Elzani Campher, Leandi Campher en Thalja de Jager. Graad 6 - 7: Yune Barnard, Nicolene du Plessis, Eloise Dyson en Marmadean Louw.


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