During their Science lesson earlier this week, the Grade 5 boys of St Charles College, spent some time learning how to use a microscope. Photo on top: Ross Houghting Photo credit: Saysha Baker...Read More
The Cambridge Outstanding Learner Awards for the two examination series for 2017 has been announced. 138 awards for 86 subjects have been won by 119 learners, representing 46 schools. Francis Moran was Top in South Africa for Geography and Global Perspectives. He also achieved a High Achievement for International Mathematics. The following boys achieved High Achievements: Connor Montague (Global Perspective & Research and Divinity), Jannah Nichol-Kalwarf (Art & Design), Emmanuel Khumalo (Accounting). Emmanuel Khumalo achieved Best Across Four, First Place for Cambridge International AS Level. Information supplied by Mark Barber (Senior Manager – Southern Africa: Cambridge Assessment International Education)...Read More
The annual Glenwood High School Junior Prize Giving took place on Thursday 22 February 2018 in the School Hall. The Head Prefect, Runako Brynard, was the Master of Ceremony. Everyone was welcomed by the Acting Principal, Mrs Andri Barnes. The guest speaker was Mr Christopher Swift: Gibson House Head Prefect 1990, 1st XV Rugby and an Accomplished Artist Find programme attached: https://issuu.com/hannelieerasmus/docs/programme_junior_speech_day_a4_pare For the guest speaker’s speech, please click on the following link: Guest Speaker Speech Feb 2018 Photos by Mr Michael Bairstow...Read More
Pietermaritzburg Girls’ High School recently held its annual Academic Awards ceremony honouring the efforts of its pupils throughout the 2017 academic year. This year the school welcomed back old girl Nozipho Mbanjwa as guest speaker for the awards. Mbanjwa is recognised internationally as a leading Global Moderator facilitating conversations for organisations such as the World Bank, the United Nations and other corporates around the world. She is also the CEO of The Talent Firm. Mbanjwa gave an inspiring talk encouraging the learners to make the most of their time at school. Rachael Job and Lindelwa Bhengu were the recipients...Read More
St John’s D.S.G. was delighted to host their 2017 Matric girls for a celebratory toast and light breakfast on Wednesday, 3 January 2018, following the announcement of the I.E.B. Examination results. The school’s principal, Mr Simon Moore, says, “I am delighted with the achievements of our Class of 2017 Matriculants. Not only was this our largest Matric group in the 120-year history of our school, but also almost certainly our best results. A quarter of our girls achieved A aggregates, and we had a record number of distinctions per pupil, as well as a record average per pupil. My...Read More
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Gedagte vir die week
God sal die pad aandui
Na die dood van Josua het die Israeliete die Here geraadpleeg – Rigters 1:1
Josua was ‘n lojale en toegewyde dienskneg van God; ‘n wyse en gerespekteerde leier van sy volk. Dit volg dan vanselfsprekend dat die volk met sy dood verward en verlore gevoel het.
Dis die gevolg wanneer jy moet afskeid neem van iemand op wie jy jou vertroue in ‘n besondere mate geplaas het. Gewoonlik is die eerste vraag wat gevra word: “Wat staan ons nou te doen? Na wie toe kan ons draai?”
Indien jy jou in sulke omstandighede bevind, moenie in eie krag probeer voortgaan nie. Volg die Israeliete se voorbeeld en soek die Heiland se hulp en leiding. Hy alleen wil en kan jou lei op Sy pad van geregtigheid, en jou die vermoë gee om elke situasie te hanteer en gemoedsrus te hê wat alle vrees verdryf.
Verlosser, in elke omstandigheid van my lewe sal ek vertroosting en leiding by U alleen soek. Amen.