Earlier this week Tammy Caine, the projects manager from Predatory Bird Projects, came to speak the Grade 1 and 2 boys of St Charles College, about Vultures and the importance of their conservation. The boys learnt so many interesting facts about the different types of Vultures we have in South Africa, their characteristics, why so many of them are critically endangered and how we can all do our part to help in their conservation. Thank you to Tammy for giving of her time to share her knowledge and spread awareness about these birds of prey. Picture on top: ...Read More
On the evening of 15 AUGUST 2017, a team of matric Drama Students, from Glenwood High School, Terry Grey, Callum Earlam, Adrian Stevenson and Jayme Forget took part in the Kearsney Arts Festival against Hillcrest High and Kearsney. They performed a selection of theatrical pieces, including an extract from the famous Rowan Atkinson Headmaster skit as well as a selection of monologues and an improvised skit involving bringing up an unsuspecting lady from the audience to play one of the roles. The boys were very well received by the audience and the judging panel awarded Jayme Forget with a...Read More
The St Charles College boys once again did us proud in this year’s Eisteddfod! The event, which runs over the course of 11 days, provides a great opportunity for the boys to perform for an audience and an adjudicator who judges their overall performance. Well done to all those who played! Photo: Saysha Baker...Read More
Glenwood High School has a jammed packed weekend planned 16 – 19 August! Join in the fun of the Glenwood Cultural Weekend. The Glenwood Cultural Weekend takes place 16 – 19 August 2017 at Glenwood High School (if you need more high res photos please contact Hannelie Erasmus): 16 – 19 August 2017 – the School play, Glenwood in Motion (Music from the Movies). Christopher Tite (photo on the left), who was part of the SA squad who attended the World Championships of Performing Arts in Hollywood, Los Angeles in Hollywood from 1 July – 10th July is part...Read More
Glenwood High School in Durban is proud to present a tribute to the greatest music from the greatest movies to ever hit the big screen, those unforgettable songs that have become iconic; we salute them all in this cheerful musical collection of wonderful songs and themes from the world’s favourite motion pictures. Join us for a dazzling roller coaster ride from the all-time classics like Singing in the Rain and Grease, to Footloose, Dirty Dancing and Madagascar. We pay homage to Saturday Night Fever, Men in Black, Ghostbusters and Gangsters Paradise, as well as Burlesque, Moulin Rouge and Slumdog...Read More
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