The competition hosted a variety of ages where children could enter the competition with their parents.
On the day, community members had the opportunity to have their copies of Something’s Cooking autographed.
Husband and wife team Branden and Lisa Sarappa said they decided to host the day for free as many community members cannot afford health checks.
The school’s rowing teams bagged numerous accolades on the day.
“It was an awesome tournament. I was really happy with the number of teams that participated.”
“Our butterfly class won. They collected 350 litres of water.”
“I could see that Dee was determined to have an aviary built. She even designed the aviary herself.”
Organiser of the event, Edith Khuzwayo said the aim of the day was to celebrate love by bringing children together.
“It was a lovely day; I think everyone enjoyed themselves.”
“This year I donated my hair, which I had grown for five years.”
“All the feedback we received was positive.”