A look at the first day back at school

CAPE TOWN – South African schools officially re-opened on Monday, June 8, following Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga’s announcement that 95 percent of schools in the country have met the Covid-19 requirements.

Schools had initially been scheduled to reopen on June 1 but were delayed as many schools had not yet received their personal protective equipment while others did not meet the minimum Covid-19 health requirements.

Here’s a look at what the first day of school looked like:





The new morning routine for all students!

We are so excited about welcoming our Grade 12s back to the classroom on Monday! The school campus has been prepared to follow all the correct Covid-19 protocols to ensure our students and staff remain safe and healthy. Our staff have received the correct training and now we await the return of our Matric class of 2020!Take a look at what your new morning routine will be!https://youtu.be/Mtgig56iE-s#weinthistogether #staysafe #stayhealthy #covid19protocols #WGHS #honourbeforehonours😍🤩😷❤️

Posted by Wynberg Girls' High School on Friday, May 29, 2020


WBHS Matrics Return to School

Thursday 4 June 2020: Our Matrics' first week back, where everything is as it was … but isn't. Apart-together, together-distant, Supera Moras Makes Us One. "We're still going to make this year great, no matter what!" Welcome home, Grade 12s! All essential WBHS Covid-19 info on our website https://bit.ly/2XoX2sO #Covid19 #LockdownSA #SuperaMoras

Posted by Wynberg Boys' High School on Thursday, June 4, 2020





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