Pietermaritzburg Girls’ High School held its Sport Awards Ceremony recently with numerous learners being acknowledged for their outstanding achievements not only in the sporting codes offered at the school but also those not offered by the school.
Sarah and Amy Diedericks, from Pelham Senior Primary, recently took part in Nationals held in Kyalami.
Two of Epworth’s U14 squash players, Yasmin De Meyer (left) and Nirmeen Khan recently achieved top 10 South African rankings in their age group. Yasmin is currently ranked no 1 in the country in U14 and Nirmeen Khan, number 9.
Hilton College emerged victorious in the much anticipated reintroduction of the KwaZulu Natal Inland Schools Night League Competition that was held last Wednesday at UKZN cricket grounds.
Pietermaritzburg Girls’ High School library monitors (from left) Zain Salim, Georgina Goble and Tarryn Enoch enjoying Roald Dahl classics during lunch break in the library recently. Roald Dahl Day was celebrated by many of his fans across the world on 13 September.
Grade 11 Carter High School student, Prashalen Govender came first in the Business Studies Speech contest at the District Level.
Mark Armstrong, from Hilton College, has been selected to attend the SARU Elite Player Development U16 Rugby Assessment Camp which will be held at Paarl Gymnasium, Paarl during October 2017.
Maritzburg College’s 3rd formers were given an opportunity to showcase their entrepreneurial spirit in the form of setting up stalls at the annual College Family day,
Trevor Harbottle, who will take up his duties as Principal in Hermannsburg in January 2018, is an experienced and passionate educator, having taught for the past 13 years in Kokstad, King William’s Town in the Eastern Cape, and in Johannesburg. He completed a BA in Human Resource Management in Port Elizabeth, with majors in Business Management, Sociology and Industrial Psychology, before completing his PGCE in 2004.
Scottsville School recently held their annual Inter-house Athletics event, with much fun and excitement amongst the pupils.