On Tuesday and Wednesday of last week the Grade 6 classes had the opportunity to visit the Cape Town Stadium. We were taken on a guided tour to parts of the stadium that one does not usually get to see. We even got to go down to the field and into the change rooms where famous players and superstars get to prepare for their upcoming events.
It was an interesting outing and the sheer size and detail taken into consideration when designing and building the stadium was mind blowing.
This was then followed by a visit to Greenpoint Park, where we ate a much needed snack and the pupils had a chance to explore the impressive ‘big kid’ playpark. Although I am not convinced that eating lunch and riding on those spinning cups is the best combination.
We couldn’t have asked for nicer weather for our outings.
Perhaps the next time one of our children enter that change room, it will be a Springbok rugby player or as famous singer!