Pathways Nursery School takes a trip around the world

Tshika Rabanye has a ball on the bouncy house at the fete.

Pathways Nursery School took their parents and children on a trip around the world during their school fete.

The fete, held on 2 September, boasted a little something from various countries including art, food and games.

“Our fete is an event to get all our parents and children together to have fun,” said principal of the school, Jenna Griffiths.

The day was also used to go into spring with a bang.

Luke Weed represents England with his T-shirt and Scotland with his tartan hat.

Children dressed up to corresponding countries and got to show off their favourite country. It was one of the first warm days after winter so little ones had a chance to ditch their boots for sandals and shorts.


Kellyn Bewick and Charmaine Bewick stop to take a photo while walking ‘around the world’.

At the event, children were treated to African face painting and Hawaiian sand art. They also played an arctic bowling game, had a fiesta during a Mexican toss game and later sat down for an English tea party.


Amalia Vassarotti shows off her Hawaiian costume with her mom, Mika Vassarotti.

A trip around the world would be no trip at all if South Africa is not represented so the school made traditional vetkoek.

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