Justice Pageant semi-finalist visits Dumbo Nursery

DUMBO Nursery was recently visited by Tamzin Vassanjee, a 2017 Justice Pageant semi-finalist, who spoke to learners in the hope of embedding good morals in them.

LOVELY: Principal and owner of Dumbo Nursery, Debbie Farquarson with Tamzin Vassanjee.

The pageant’s primary objective is to select and shape individuals to become role models for the youth by offering informal character education in schools and the community.

EDUCATORS: Tamzin Vasanjee with educators at Dumbo Nursery; Tracy Labrey, Tracy Pretorius and Gillian Farquharson.

The No Crime Culture Project aims to create awareness in individuals about the need for basic morality, ethics and acceptable norms of conduct. The aim is to inspire, impress and convince people to promote conduct that extinguishes criminal behaviour.

Images: Supplied.

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