Seventeen St John’s D.S.G. girls were recently selected for the KwaZulu-Natal Inland Hockey teams.
Grace College staff and pupils recently participated in the second SANBS (South African National Blood Service) Blood Drive of 2017.
St Nicholas Diocesan School recently held a Junior School Open Day, where a very happy Ndalo Dlamini (Grade1) is joined by her mum Ntokozo Dlamini and her younger sister, Nala Dlamini during a classroom activity
Five St John’s D.S.G. girls were selected to represent the KwaZulu-Natal Squash team in July
The Wykeham Collegiate Junior School have 5 pupils who have been selected to represent various KZN Inland Hockey teams
Congratulations must go to Nick Hatton and Michael Booth who received the KZN Cricket Union awards for the Dolphins U13 and U15 Players of the Year.
Kitted out with gardening tools, seedlings and plenty of packets of seeds which had been generously given by the Grace College staff, a team of Grade 8 and 9 pupils headed to Emandleni Creche Vegetable Garden. There they found a very large vegetable garden that was being managed by a handful of elderly ladies, who…
Early May Laddsworth Primary School hosted 24 schools at its Annual Inter-Schools Cross Country Meeting. Over 800 children participated in this event. The Laddsworth team consisted of 178 children, with many of them placing in the top 10, in the various age categories. Seen at the meet are Andrew Marshall (left) and Sophie Hobden out…
One of Epworth’s top canoeists, Grade 10 Caitlin Mackenzie, has been selected to represent South Africa at the 2017 Junior and U23 Sprint Kayaking World Championships
It has been a fun week at Pietermaritzburg Girls’ High School as the girls celebrated Book Week.
Grace College’s Grade 11 students attended a successful adventure camp at Greystone in Estcourt.