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Pietermaritzburg Girl’s High School toiletry donation

Pietermaritzburg Girl’s High School toiletry donation to LifeLine & Divine Vessels Over the last few months learners at Pietermaritzburg Girls’ High School have collected toiletries and sanitary pads which has now been donated to the Grade 12 charity for the year, LifeLine as well as Divine Vessels. At the handover are (from left) Philile Ndlovu (LifeLine social worker), Navi Chetty (LifeLine finance manager), Ayola Pangomso, Onamandla Sikhakhane and Bongeka Mapumulo, Connie Zuma (Divine Vessels deputy chairperson) and Zinzi Nene (Divine...

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Glenwood High Durban Coastal Debating League’s interschool competition

The hopes of Glenwood High School’s young debaters were dashed this week after they were placed second in the Durban Coastal Debating League’s interschool competition.The contest – held at Clifton School on Tuesday – saw Glenwood’s Junior team (consisting of learners in Grades 9 and 10) and its Grade 8 complement competing to become the province’s champion debaters. Glenwood’s teams competed against hosts, Clifton School. Rounds of elimination for the competition – involving high schools across the province – began early in the school year, culminating in the finals. One of the teachers working closely with and training the participants,...

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St Charles College Grade 7 Cape Town Adventure

The take-off for the Grade 7 Cape expedition was powered not only by the engines of the aeroplane, but by the shear excitement of the St Charles College boys on board. During the course of their week-long adventure in Cape Town the boys experience a jam-packed itinerary which included visits to Table Mountain, the Castle of Good Hope, Cape Point, the Heart Museum and the Two Oceans Aquarium to name a few. During their stay the boys also had the opportunity to play in a few sport and chess fixtures against some of the schools in Cape Town. Photo:...

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Glenwood High School Annual Schools Drumline Battle

The Glenwood Falcons band participated in the second Annual Schools Drumline Battle on Wednesday 15 August at the Seabrooke Music Centre (Durban High School). The Competition was very tight and very talented bands from across Durban participated. The Glenwood Falcons impressed the judges and ranked second in this competition. At the end of Durban High School’s 2nd Annual KZN Drumline Competition the participating schools held a jamming session, led by Gareth Gale, the Crawford La Lucia drumming tutor and music...

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Deputy Principal announced at GHS

Esmé Weigelt has been appointed Deputy Principal of Pietermaritzburg Girls’ High School by the Department of Education. Weigelt joined GHS in 2007, was appointed Head of Department and served as Acting Deputy Principal since April 2017. Currently her portfolio includes Head of Languages, Boarder Superintendent and coordinator of the Admissions process. Pictured is the GHS executive (from left) Catherine Trodd (Deputy Principal), Esmé Weigelt and Andrew Graaf...

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God of Restoration

He makes me lie down in green pastures, he leads  me beside quiet waters, he restores my soul. – Psalm 23:2-3

You can’t do anything about what’s gone, but you can do a great deal about what remains. You may have made some poor choices that have caused you awful heartache and pain. Perhaps you feel that your life is beyond repair. You may feel disqualified from God’s best, convinced that you must settle for second best the rest of your life.

Worse yet, perhaps it was somebody else’s foolish decisions that caused you to experience wrenching headache and pain. Regardless, you must stop dwel-ling on it. Forgive the person who caused you the trouble and start clean right where you are this morning.

If you continue to dwell on those past disappointments, you will block God’s blessings in your life today. It’s simply not worth it. Beyond that, God desires your restoration even more than you do! – Joel Osteen

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