Thursday, 12 June 2014

Exam time

Or class writes exams in June (mid year) and December (end of the year) because we are part of a mainstream school.  Our class is writing Afrikaans today. That is a language indigenous to South Africa.
This is about the quietest the class has ever been!
We are in the middle of a very cold spell, and classrooms in South Africa are not heated, which is why some of the children have blankets and beanies.
Summer, we should rename her "What-a-mess" :)

Skye, knitting after her exam. 

1 comment:

  1. Dear Miss Tyler Smith I really love your blog and especially the picture of Skye knitting


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