Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Learners addressed regarding social crimes

Constable Patricia (from Woodstock Police Station) came to address our learners this morning regarding social crimes and anti-social behaviour.  The discussion included sexual behaviour and abuse, drug abuse and gangsterism.

Here are some pics:





Prefects for Term Three & Four (2016)

The following Grade 6 and 7 learners have been selected as the Prefects for 2016.
Congratulations to all of them!





Thursday, 25 February 2016

Day One Activities at Camp


Hi All.
(Mr Louw, our current Grade 7 educator, who joined the learners on the camp, sent this report:)

Day 1 went pretty well. There was one teacher per school. The excitement built up as we were on our way and finally reached the camp at about 11:15. We were all shown our dorms and put our belongings down then went straight to the hall. Here Mr. Lappies spelt out the rules of the camp and the kids were divided into 6 groups with 6 kids per group. We then went to the beach where the kids played in the water a bit then were asked to create a logo and song for their group (pics to follow ��).




Points in the form of beans were given to the winner and all other teams. Dried beans are awarded as prizes and for courtesies done by kids. Bean points will be added at the end of the camp and winners and prizes will be chosen. This helped tremendously with the discipline of the kids. No incidents to report to date and their behaviour has been examplary. We then walked back to the camp.

We changed clothes and were ready for the reptile show. It was really fascinating. We saw lizards, frogs and lots of snakes both venomous and harmless. And oh yes the albino python which weighed 45kg (still a baby) and was about 6.2m long. We were allowed to touch most reptiles and some pics were taken. After a short 10 min rest we went back to the beach area where the groups competed with each other in a mini olympic games. Again beans were awarded for the winner and subsequent teams.




At about 18:15 we enjoyed a hearty supper. We had speghetti and mince, battered fish and pickled (ingelegde) fish. After a short rest where kids had free time to play ball games, after sunset we were back in the hall for a DVD show about our environment. The last activity for the night was a night hike. It was lights out soon after our return.

Day 2 holds more excitement with an early start of about 6.00am ending off with group concert and poitjie kos competitions ...

Mr. Louw over and out for now ��
25 February 2016 at 02:51
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Preparing for 2016 Swimming Gala

Our learners have been visiting the Trafalgar Swimming Baths weekly this year in preparation of our Annual Swimming Gala, which is scheduled for next week.

Here are some photos of the learners enjoying themselves at the baths:








Soetwater Camp

A group of 12 of our Grade 7 learners left yesterday morning on a free 3-day camp to Soetwater.  They went with learners of Rahmaneyah and St. Mary's. This trip is sponsored by the Waterfront Rotary Club.  Here are some photos of them leaving school:








Thursday, 22 October 2015

Farewell Mr Reuter

We said farewell to Mr Lance Reuter recently.  Mr Reuter accepted a teaching post in Saudi Arabia.



Monday, 5 October 2015

Teacher needed at Walmer Estate Primary School in Cape Town



Intermediate Phase (Grade 4) Teacher needed at Walmer Estate Primary School in Cape Town.  The teacher must be qualified and familiar with the South African CAPS curriculum.  The applicant must also be fluent in English and Afrikaans. Teacher will start immediately (i.e. on or before 12 October 2015).  Please email CV and copies of your ID and highest qualification to adm.weps@gmail.com.  Mention years of experience in Grade 4 - 6.  Use Grade 4 Teacher Application as your Subject.  This will be a WCED paid contract position.  The post is for the last term, i. e. period 12 Oct – 9 Dec 2015.  It may be extended into 2016.