Picture of the week

27 July 2021 | Picture of the day

JOYOUS MELODIES: Social clubs and extracurricular activities are a way to keep learners grounded while they get to share their talents with the school and the rest of their community. Learners are at their happiest when performing their craft and although little focus is placed on extracurricular activities during the pandemic, here is a reminder from the Tsumkwe Primary School Choir of how singing brightens up the faces of these young ones and the entire day of their audience.

PHOTO ESTER KAMATI

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