Photos show headmaster and his deputies arriving at school in Ferraris

Photos show headmaster and his deputies arriving at school in Ferraris

On Tuesday morning, photos were posted on social media which showed a headmaster and his deputies arriving at school in style.

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Earlier today, Jacaranda 94.2 posted several photos on its Facebook page which showed three red Ferraris lined up behind each other.

According to the post, the principal of Hoërskool Dr. E.G. Jansen and his deputies arrived at school in the Italian sports cars.

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Photos show headmaster and his deputies arriving at school in Ferraris

Photos show headmaster and his deputies arriving at school in Ferraris. Photo credit: Jacaranda 94.2/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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Briefly.co.za gathered the photos sparked quite the reaction on social media and South Africans were left divided. Some praised the school for their creative ideas to keep the kids entertained and create a fun learning environment.

Lizele Ritchie wrote: "Awesome!!! Go big. I think it's a great idea. South Africans can't see the sun shining over another."
Martin Bredenkamp Love this school. All my kids are and was there. I have to say it is good to see how they put in effort to attract kids. And, thank you to all the parents who helped to make a day like this successful."

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However, there were those who felt the headmaster and his deputies' flexing was unnecessary.

Marlene Roux asked: "Is this what school fees are going towards now?"
Jennyfer Moela commented: "If they were black we would hear about them "stealing " the school's money for such but now it's crickets."
Christo Viljoen wrote: "It's a shame that education is now about glitz and glamour... where it is actually about heart and soul... Just commentary out of a social critical perspective."

Disclaimer: The comments were written in Afrikaans and Briefly.co.za had to translate it for our readers.

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