The following Hilton College pupils have been selected for the KZN teams: Sharks U18 Craven Week – Andrew James and U18 Academy Week – Dylan Thomas, Henty Beukes, Mark Armstrong, Niaan Taljaard, Patrick McVeigh and Ruan Wilmans
St Nic’s Old Boy Wandile Buthelezi is doing amazing work with the youth at the YMCA.
In Germany, the Grade 10 Hermannsburg pupils visited Sonthofen (Germany’s most southerly town) in the Bavarian alps, the castle at Neuschwanstein, the Allianz Arena (home of FC Bayern-München), and Füssen, where they saw many older building styles
On the 10th May the staff and boys of Hilton College were encouraged to go to school #withoutshoes for the day and donate a pair in the boxes placed at each House.
Laddsworth Pupils have been selected to represent the Umgungundlovu District hockey teams. They will take part in an Inter District Trials Festival on 19 and 20 May at Hilton College, where the KZN Inland teams will be chosen.
Every year, lanterns light up on the eve of the Schulfest (school festival) at Hermannsburg.
The Learners of Russell High School generously collected water and raised funds for the Gift of the Givers Water Campaign for the drought in Cape Town. Seen is Deborah Jonkers handing over the funds raised by Russell High to Khulekani Kunene from Gift of the Givers
Siphiwe Sibiya, Radio Personality at Umgungundlovu FM recently addressed the learners of St Nicholas Diocesan School. Featured are: Hanock Berhe (Head Boy), Shanta Dlamini (St Nicholas Old Girl), Siphiwe Sibiya and Zewe Mung’omba (Head Girl)
The Scrummies were hard at work last week preparing special gifts to share with their mom’s on Mother’s Day.
Join the Epworth Foundation and Matthew Willman, friend and photographer of Nelson Mandela, for a wine and canapé evening as Matthew shares inspirations from his latest book Tripping over Presidents on 25 May at 5:30 for 6:00pm at Epworth School.
The following St Charles College Preparatory School boys have been selected for KZN Midlands Rugby, from left: Brayden Crookes U13, Ross Boast U13, Connor Riley U12, Matthew Urquhart U13 and Daniel Haines U12