Creative Academy learners do well at Alberton Eisteddfod

CHILDREN of Creative Academy Preschool and Baby Centre participated in the Alberton Eisteddfod.

The participants are already showing their reciting chops at the ages of three and four.

“Exposure to public speaking from a young age develops self-confidence, language skills and memory,” said Jenna Axsel, principal of Creative Academy.

HAPPINESS: Matthew Ketting, Taytum van der Westhuisen and Max Duvenage bursting with pride over their certificates.

“These champions made us proud for taking part in this wonderful event. Well done for all your effort, bravery and absolute cuteness. Thank you to our teachers and parents for helping to prepare the children for their moment to shine,” she added.

REARING TO GO: Saoirse Moonsamy, Amoray Vermeulen and Avah Vinagre excited to recite their poems.

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