With the change of season upon us and colds and flu already in the air, please ensure that your child is healthy and well enough to attend school. Make sure your child is getting enough sleep and eating enough fresh fruit and vegetables. [read more]
Keep the roots stronger
Once upon a time, there were two neighbors living next to each other. One of them was a retired teacher and the other was an insurance agent who had a lot of interest in technology. Both of them had planted different plants in their garden. [read more]
Exam Time Table June 2019 Seniors!
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We owe it to ourselves to be great, each and every one of us owe it to ourselves.
Some people may say that this is selfish. Some might say we owe it to our family to be there for them. However, don't we owe it to our families to set an example. An example of someone who lives the life they want to live, a strong example of a strong human being. [read more]
We trust that all our families had a wonderful long weekend. The time we spend with loved ones are to be cherished. Our learners had a visit from the Easter Bunny on Thursday and each received an Easter egg. [read more]
This week Miss Rossouw gave us a wonderful message in assembly about thinking before you speak or act. We encouraged our learners to follow these few steps to help them think before they speak: T=Is it true? H=Is it helpful? I= Is it important? N=Is it necessary? K=Is it kind? With these few steps it is easy to think before we speak to others and what to say. Be safe over the long weekend if you are traveling. Have a blessed weekend. [read more]
Lessons to learn from nature.
While talking to a group of teenagers about being responsible citizens, I realised that they all have this incredible notion that they each individually want to save the world, but they have no actual idea of working as a collective to do so. Here is a perfect example of how it works in nature when animals work together for the good of the whole group. [read more]
Please note extra murals start on the 15th April 2019 for Grades 1-6.
Please be reminded that it is compulsory to do one sport and one cultural activity a week and learners are expected to attend. Register will be taken on the day of the extra mural.
Extra classes are by invitation only, you will receive a letter from your child’s teacher or your child will continue as from term 1. [Extra Murals Term 2 (2019) read more]
How to Define Yourself
Every teenager at some point or another, struggles to figure out who they truly are. Often when they define themselves they focus on their negative aspects or on how they compare to other teenagers. [read more]