When I grow up

Dhanika Dalal and Lanyi Zhou dress up as a doctor and a nurse.


Crawford Sandton Pre-Primary School children, aged three and four, have been learning about different occupations and recently took walks around the school to analyse the roles people play in society to make everything run smoothly.

Chloe Maren and Soham Chitta dress up as a doctor and a fireman.


Eason Zhu and Ndivho Ramabulana learn about different occupations.


Imaan Badat and Abigail Grieve dress up.

They were asked to come to school dressed as their possible future profession. Outfits varied from lawyers, doctors and fireman to artists, chefs and ballerinas.

The children then participated in a parade. It was an exciting morning filled with laughter and learning.


What does your child want to be when he or she grows up? Share your stories with us on the Sandton Chronicle Facebook page.

Staff Reporter

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