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Meaningful LO Day

Meaningful LO Day

Today our College pupils enjoyed various meaningful sessions as part of our annual Life Orientation Day. These ranged from pupils completing a Crossfit workout to engaging in a workshop with the Knysna Basin Project. Andre Manders also spoke of his journey from being born blind, while Susan Agrella shared how she came to represent South Africa in fencing, despite having a debilitating illness. Continuing on from our Diversity and Inclusion Day earlier this term, LO Day brought more significance to the message that an illness or disability or difference does not define you as a person, and does not limit what you can do or achieve in life..

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