One hundred and nineteen students from 46 schools in South Africa have received prestigious awards from Cambridge International to acknowledge their outstanding performance in the June and November 2017 Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge International AS & A Level examination series. In South Africa there are currently over 90 Cambridge accredited schools located across the country of which Glenwood is part of. The Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards recognise the success of students taking Cambridge examinations in over 40 countries around the world. The following Glenwood boys had excellent results with the Cambridge exams: High Achievement – June 2017 examination series...Read More
23 Glenwood High School learners participated in the Life Sciences (Biology) Olympiad held on 15 March 2018 for the first time in a few years. Glenwood’s results placed the School ninth in the country and second in KZN. Four boys achieved Bronze status, Keanu Naicker, Luschen Govender and Kennedy Labani (Grade 12) and Sankalp Katiyar (Grade 10). Three boys achieved Silver status, Bryan Pather, Lathaniel Pillay and Daniel Seppings (Grade 12). One boy achieved Gold status, Ronan Theunissen (Grade 12). Ronan placed sixth in the country and first in the province for his results in the Olympiad. Top image: receiving...Read More
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
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In diens van God
Lê jou daarop toe om jou tot beskikking van God te stel as ‘n arbeider wat die goedkeuring van God wegdra. – 2 Timoteus 2:15
Jy kan so betrokke raak in God se werk dat jy jou visie verloor van dit wat God wil hê jy moet doen. Jy is vir God besig sonder om met Hom saam te werk. Dan word jou diens aan God ‘n sware las. Wanneer dit dan te laat is, droog iets binne-in jou gees op en word jy gespanne totdat jy skielik op ‘n dag knak.
Die belangrikste plig van elke Christenwerker is om sy verhouding met die lewende Christus te handhaaf en daagliks te versterk. Indien jy te besig is om elke dag tyd met Hom deur te bring in gebed, is jy inderdaad te besig en kan jy nooit sy effektiewe dienskneg wees nie.
Gebed: Ek vra nederig dat U my sal inspireer en versterk In die diens wat ek uit dankbaarheid vir my ver-lossing aan U bied. Amen. – Solly Ozrovech