WHAT

teachers say

Amazing outing! Thank you!

Elaine Brand, Dream Tree School
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Wonderdal is a modern, child-centered playground, aimed at developing independence in children and what they learn in a fun, interactive and engaging environment.

Amanda Gourly, Grade 3 teacher , Reddam House Constantia

Ongelooflik dankie vir die wonderlike uitstappie. Dra asb. ons dank oor aan almal wat daar werk. Dit was ‘n positiewe ervaring vir almal. Ek het al 15 jaar uitstappies bygewoon maar julle was vandag TOPS en is uitstaande.

Marilize de Kock, CPM School
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WHAT

students say

The Grade 4s and 3s went on an amazing outing to Wonderdal. The moment I walked in that place I felt the magic boiling.

First, we sat on seats outside the building. Then a beautiful lady gave us a pair of socks and an Amuki armband. A lady took us to a room where she told us a little more about Amukis. The Amukis were Timpa, Zylo, Shekku, Gomma and Vuvu. Our first activity was to water our Amuki garden. Then we went to The Story Cave and I really enjoyed The Story Cave and when we had to feed our Amuki. I also enjoyed it when we took selfies with our Amuki. It was very amusing.

Grade 4 student

On 10 September my class and I went to Wonderdal. Would you like to know more about my lovely experience?

The drive to the outing was quite long but I spent the time chatting to my friends. When we finally arrived I remember telling Teacher Anneke how excited I was. When we walked in I remember seeing five Amuki statues. My Amuki’s name was Zylo. He was orange with a yellow line on his face. The first game myself and Zylo played was the gardening game.

After that, I had a look outside and saw a huge net! I climbed up. It was hard yet so much fun. When I was done they called us for lunch. After lunch we drew our Amuki. It was great fun! It looked like everyone was happy and that made me happy.

Grade 4 student