The Townsview Primary Hall was fully packed with clapping learners alongside some of the schools favourite teachers.
Morare said she motivated the young aspiring business learners to even recycle and sell items instead of simply buying them from the store.
The teachers who were all in support of the learning curve said it was important to inform the curious minds of the youth with vital information on the disease.
It is so important because we need to learn we are all unique and our differences make us special and for the future of our country to teach children about tolerance and acceptance of each other.
Many pupils came dressed in outfits that explained what they wanted to be when they grew up.
The young learners resembled a rainbow in a kaleidoscope of colours.
Winners of the English section, who also attend drama classes at Colleen Vivian Studio.
The school participates in various extra–curricular activities and the Spelling Bee being one of their highlights of the year.
Spider man, Aladin, Hensel and Gretel amongst a variety of costumes all came to the party on the day.
The event has been cancelled.
ENTERTAINMENT fills the fantasy of every individual and this was well expressed by the Theo Wassenaar Primary School talented Grade Three group as they exposed their talent by presenting an excellent performance this term.