School pictures By Staff Reporter - March 13, 2019 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Seamount Primary School celebrated World Book Day on Thursday March 7 by dressing up as characters from books. Several schools have shared pictures showing their pupils participating in various activities. 1 of 7 Seamount Primary School celebrated World Book Day on Thursday March 7 by dressing up as characters from books. Riverside College Grade 5s learnt about the San people in history last week. They made rock paintings, using brushes made from feathers and sticks. From left, are Cameron Fish, Lariesa Sides, Leah Smith and Ludwe Mpengesi. Shelanti Private School celebrated its quarterly Kindness Day last week, and pupils visited the Milnerton fire department and Table View SAPS on Wednesday and handed over gifts of thanks. Teacher Hanneke Viljoen and her pupils at the Milnerton fire department. CBC St Johns pupils who won tickets to best-selling author Jeff Kinneys Melt Down Tour had their copies of his book, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, autographed. With the pupils is library teacher Felicia Nebel. Grade 4 pupil Caitlin Bloomer has her copy of Diary of a Wimpy Kid signed by Jeff Kinney. Lex van Ellewee and Jaeden Muylaert and other children from Exclusive Ambassadors Daycare heard about the importance of caring for their teeth from Medicross Table View oral hygienist Rochelle Burger, back right, seen here with the daycares Jaclyn Downing and Bambine Rogers. A De Grendel Girl Guides anti-bullying campaign, #GirlGuidesAgainstBullying, to be launched later this month, was discussed, along with issues affecting girls and women of all ages, was discussed at an advocacy training weekend for Cape West Girl Guides at Meadowridge Guide Hall.