What a treat it was for the U9 Hockey boys at Cordwalles Preparatory School when South African Ladies Hockey player Celia Evans popped in for a hockey practice. The boys were thrilled to see her and learnt so much.!
Hannah Elliot, from The Wykeham Collegiate Junior School, has been participating in various Cross Country Mountain Biking events this year. She won the KZN series to become the U10 KZN Champion.
Last week, the Hermannsburg School Viva Voce Girl’s Choir participated for the first time at the PMB Eisteddfod (the girl’s choir was established in 2016 and has grown from 18 to 38 girls), where it presented ‘Orinoco flow’ (Enya) and ‘Royals’ (Lorde), both of which were very well received.
The University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) has taken decisive action on irregular admissions of students by serving letters of intention to suspend 18 members of staff, one of whom has already been dismissed.
The Hilton College Marimba Band won the 2017 International Marimba Championships for the first time ever this year.
Scottsville School Grade 4 learners recently learnt about monoculture and permaculture farming, the negative effects of chemical use when farming and how growing plants and vegetables the right way can save water and the eco-system.
Sam Moore, a Grade 9 pupil at Grace College, raced for the KZN Youth Cycling Team in Mpumalanga during the recent holiday
Four St John’s D.S.G. girls were recently awarded Honours blazers for their exceptional achievements and talents.
Michaelhouse boys – Matt Gibson (B team) Josh Elliot (A team) Kenton Melville (A team) Josh White (B team) and Adrian Thompson (B team), participated in the U14 Inter-provincial Hockey Tournament held in Limpopo last week.
Castles, forests, ancient people … 3-D printers and science laboratories – the Grade 10s from Hermannsburg School, were very busy in Germany!
he St John’s D.S.G. Grade 11 girls recently took part in “Jane Austen Day”, thoroughly enjoying their morning, which consisted of a delicious High Tea, acting out scenes from “Pride and Prejudice” and an 18th century-style dance class, courtesy of Ben’s Dance Studio