Nobel Primary opens new library

The Nobel Primary library was officially opened.

Nobel Primary School in Modderfontein opened its new library on August 15.

The library is bright, vibrant and inviting with the aim of encouraging children to read more often.

Marie Bellingham, the principal of the school said the library was inspired by one of the teachers who saw how people in China like to read when he was visiting the country.

Nobel Primary School principal Marie Bellingham and Rona Mawela from the Institutional Development and Support Officers at the library opening.

“After that, we decided that the school needed its own library and a proposal was sent out to all the stakeholders including the School Governing Body (SGB). We started fundraising to build the library,” said Bellingham.

She said a lot of work went into building the library.

Lenka Dahile, SGB member thanked the fundraising committee for working hard and making sure the money for building the library was raised. He also urged pupils to make use of the library and to always be hungry to learn.

Dr Rona Mawela, from the Institutional Development and Support Officers, was the guest of honour at the event. She congratulated the school for building the library.

“I want to applaud the SGB for building the library because it shows good governance. By building this library you are encouraging the learners to drop everything else and learn,” said Mawela.

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The Nobel Primary School library was officially opened by school staff and SGB members.

The library is bright, vibrant and and inviting space for pupils to learn.

The Nobel Primary library was officially opened.

Newcomers welcomed by Nobel Primary School

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Buli Sonqishe

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