Penryn pupils spoil Msholozi kids during play session

Pupils of Penryn College hand out knitted teddy bears to children living in Msholozi.

Grade eleven and twelve pupils of Penryn College’s Harrier House, accompanied by Judith Liebenberg, Joanie Whitfield and Rowena Spratt, met with some of Msholozi’s children on February 12 for their regular play session.There were puzzles to build, pictures to colour in and other fun activities to participate in.

After a few hours of fun, the Msholozi girl were each gifted a knitted teddy bear. Around 100 of these bears were made by Ilva Wallis of the St George’s Anglican Church congregation throughout 2015.

A few of the girls unexpectedly asked to swap their teddies for ones with pink wool in it, as it’s apparently the current popular colour.

The boys, in turn, received toy cars and other vehicles.

Read more about St George’s Anglican Church’s Msholozi food outreach project here.

The group from Penryn College entertained kids in Msholozi with puzzles, colouring books and other toys.

The group from Penryn College entertained kids in Msholozi with puzzles, colouring books and other toys.

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