Graanveld Primary School
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GRAANVELD PRIMARY SCHOOL
Country: South Africa
Campus/location : Bethlehem, Free State
Wapen: Deursnede en lelievormig geknobbel na die skildvoet, silwer en rooi, in die skildhoof drie koringare onderskeidelik skuins regs, regop en skuins links geplaas, die stingels gebonde, ook rooi.
Wapenspreuk: NET MY BESTE
Arms: Per fess, nowy flory to base, Argent and Gules, in chief three ears of wheat, in bend, erect and in bend sinister respectively, the slips bound, also Gules.
Motto: NET MY BESTE
The arms were officially granted on August 17, 1990.
The Graanveld (Afrikaans for " grain field" ) Primary School is situated at Bethlehem in the wheat growing region of the Free State. The name Bethlehem itself means " house of bread". The three ears of wheat, which are in direct allusion to the school's name, are complemented by a partition per fess nowy flory to base. Both the three ears of wheat and the three petals which balance them to base, allude to the interaction of pupil, teacher and an parent in the educational process.
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