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Louis Trichardt Primary School

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Louis Trichardt Primary School

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Latitude -23.0397° S 23.0397° S 23° 2' 22.92" -23° 2.382'
Longitude 29.8994° E 29.8994° E 29° 53' 57.84" 29° 53.964'
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Makhado
Makhado
Limpopo
South Africa
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015 516 5157
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 15 516 5157

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Louis Trichardt Primary School has 1 comment/s

On 20 Jul 2011 Dee Pretorius said:
Why, in this country, when a child is basically forced to wear shoes as the child does not like wearing shoes does his teacher tell him they are not acceptable. This after having tried two different types of shoes. Black shoes and canvas shoes. So, the child goes to school barefoot in the cold winter. It does not make sense to me at all and is really unacceptable and very silly. Is this education? Have a look at the school sites in England. The kids go to school without the expense of SET clothing. They are dressed to suit the climate, are happy to go to school and WANT to learn. Not sit feeling upset and uncomfortable. Wow, It amazes me.
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