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Scholarship Winners

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We are very pleased to announce our scholarship winners for entry into Grade 8 next year. These young people have won the scholarships on merit, based on assessments which they and the other entrants had to undertake.  We congratulate the following:

From Left to right in front row

  • Lima Gqomfa (Pinehurst Primary) - Music Scholarship     
  • Matthew Redfern (Pinehurst Primary) - Academic Scholarship 
  • Kieran Bowers (St Joseph’s College) - Sport Scholarship    

Back row:  Mrs Fadia Hassiem (Deputy Principal), Rebecca Marx, Casey Coetzee, Tanweer Mohamed, Mr Dave Campbell (Principal)




From the thousands of contestants who took part in the CAT Olympiads, Huw Irlam, rated amongst the top 15 countrywide in the Second Round of the Applications Olympiad. Huw has been selected to take part in the Finals in Cape Town on the 26 June 2018 and to represent the school at the Awards function on 27 June.


Yesterday's Tatler - Go Miguel

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In case you missed the Tatler yesterday click here to read all about our very own Miguel Rebelo who is off to the Youth Commonwealth Games.



The Senior Marimba Band and the Poetry Society performed at the Life Orientation Youth Celebration at Groote Schuur High School this weekend. 

The Youth Celebration was addressed by the Minister of Education for the Western Cape, Mrs Debbie Schafer and the Deputy Director-General, Mr Brian Schreuder.

The Senior Marimba Band gave a mesmerising performance throughout the morning with their highly spirited and rhythmical pieces. Mpho Ngexe captivated the audience with the poem he wrote and recited.  He received a standing ovation. 



Debating Duo Dominates

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Keren Parker (Grade 10) and Kelsey Everts (Grade 12) entered the British Parliamentary Debating League run by the Cape Town Speaking Academy earlier this year. The tournament ran at UCT over four weekends in April and May.

At the league debates, Kelsey and Keren spoke in a different format to the one we normally use for interschool competitions. In the British Parliamentary format, there are only two people on a team, and a much shorter preparation time - only 20 minutes from receiving the topic to starting the debate. The girls participated in 7 preliminary rounds, and just squeaked through to the semi-finals. Despite being the underdogs coming into the semi-finals, they knocked out one of the top ranked teams in their semi, and progressed to the finals.

They did not win the finals, but they still did tremendously well and we are very proud of them.