Category: Culture

World Book Day

St John’s D.S.G. celebrated World Book Day on Monday, 23 April 2018. Dressed as an adorable Winnie the Pooh is Grade R Eaglet, Sthabile Ngcobo on the photo above.     Photo left:  Grade 2 pupil, Roma Parau who dressed up as Harry Potter, was delighted when she arrived to school to see that her teacher, Cindy Stretch, was dressed as Hermione....

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Glenwood High School boys attended talk on the SS Mendi

Gibson boys attended a talk on the SS Mendi @ the Port Natal Maritime Museum on  Thursday evening. Here they pose for a photograph with a statue of Roy Gibson’s mother, Perla Siedle Gibson, the famous ‘Lady in White’. Photo on top: Sbonelo Ndlovu, George Luzolo, Jarrod Swift, Thabiso Mdletshe, (Perla Siedle Gibson), Siyanda Cele, Jhaques Thyssen, Lunga Ncube. Seated:  Nathan Archibald, Tino...

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St Charles College, Pietermaritzburg, Grade 12 Trip to Zingela

The Grade 12’s of 2018 at St Charles College, Pietermaritzburg, embarked on their annual leadership extension programme to Zingela Safaris and River Company. The programme is designed as a leadership course as well a chance for the Matrics of 2018 to bond before starting their Matric year. The excitement amongst the boys was noticeable, with loud chatter and lots of laughter as they caught up on holiday news before departing on a 2 hour journey from St Charles College to the Bloukrans River, where they started their walk into Zingela Camp. The extension programme included a number of activities...

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Glenwood High School Representative Council of Learners

Leo Cobianch (Form VI) has been elected the Glenwood RCL Chairman. His team members are: Sam Bowley (vice-Chairman), Connor Duncan, Sebastian Reinders (Treasurer), Kennedy Labani, Matthew Bruin and Lindo Shezi (Secretary). The Representative Council of Leaners (RCL) is a high profile in the school. Each learner votes for their class representative that will then represent their class at meetings held every Tuesday and Thursday along with all the other class representatives from all forms, this meeting is then run by the chairman. In the meetings they discuss any issues that the boys have and what they want to do...

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Gedagte vir die week

The Lord bless you and keep you; The Lord make His face shine upon you and be gracious to you. – Numbers 6:24-25

 My siblings and I were not perfect kids. But my parents never focused on our weakneses or on the problems.

They always focused on the the solutions. They constantly told us we were the best kids in the world. And we grew up secure, knowing not only that our parents love each other, but they also loved us and believed the best in us. They were going to stand behind us through thick and thin.

If you want to bless your children, start declaring God’s goodness in their lives. Start boldly declaring, “God’s face is smiling toward you, and He longs to be good to you. I declare that you are blessed with with an obedient heart, with success, with supernatural wisdom, and you have clear direction for your life.”