Fun day a huge success
26 November 2018 | Education
The grade 11s sold the most scrumptious Sloppy Joes, the grade 9s made temporary tattoos which proved to be very popular, the grade 8s sold out more than 200 ice creams despite the weather being on the cold side, the grade 7s ensured that everyone played their famous tombola, and the grade 6s and 5s sold delicious sweet treats.
The lower primary grades also contributed greatly to the success of the event with the variety of games they had to offer.
The community was also invited to book stalls to market their businesses.
A second-hand stall was a favourite amongst the parents.
Westside High School can be proud of the support that they received from parents. Bernice Eixas spent the entire event painting the faces of little ones at the grade 8 stall.
The Swakopmund School of Dance had an invigorating Zumba performance to warm up the little bodies on the very cold and drizzling day.
Local artist Aimer also voluntarily availed herself to entertain the community with her velvet voice.
The raffle draw that was supposed to take place during the event was postponed to 30 March 2019, in an attempt to garner more support from the community.
The fun day was a very enjoyable event and the school extended a heartfelt thank you to the parents and every member of the community that came to support the school.