PHALABORWA: A ‘melodramatic’ day one at Foskor Primary for GR1’s

Kabelo unable to come to terms with the 'torture' of being separated from his mother. Photos: Billy Sibuyi

Here is a slight preview of the drama…

Junior Masiya, gave the teachers a hard time, putting up a spirited fight to try and escape the premises.

Fphuneko Khoza, poses with her grandmother, just before the bell rings for her first day of school.

Everybody looking at Chris, wondering why he is the only one crying.

Well, for some pupils at Foskor Primary School in Namakgale, their show of submission came in the form of a planned nap as the clock ticked away for them to re-unite with their parents.

Also read: MULTIMEDIA: Watch Dududu Primary School Grade R’s first day of school

While some pupils are crying helplessly for their parents, these pupils are happy to be in Grade 1.

She decided to take an early lunch, to deal with the emotions of her parents leaving.

After finally being restrained by his teacher, young pupil abandoned the teary technique and tried the sad facial expression.

Also read: GALLERY: First day for Grade 1s at Tzaneen Primary

Young pupil strives to complete her sleep as others have a chat.

  AUTHOR
Billy Sibuyi
Journalist

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