We held our annual prize-giving at the beginning of December – congratulations to all the parents, teachers and the children who all worked so hard this year.
A huge thank you to everyone who donated a shoe box of gifts via the Santa Shoe Box campaign. Thanks to you, every single African Angel received a Christmas gift this year. Thanks also to the Team from NFB Wealth Management who threw an incredible Christmas party for them too.
I had the privilege of taking four African Angels learners to breakfast and a movie for the Principal’s Outing last week – an outing for the learner in each grade who has earned the most merits.
Grade 6’s learn teamwork The Grade 6’s recently went on an outing to Areena Riverside Resort for some beach orientated teamwork activities. “It was so lovely to see children working as a team, to see them encouraging and cheering each other as they took on the obstacles and overcame their fears.” Mrs P, Grade 6 […]
It’s our tenth year of operation and we’re aiming to set up new traditions for the future. One of these is an adventure camp for the Grade 7’s at Hobbiton on Hogsback where they use the outdoors and adventure activities to teach the children resilience, leadership and teamwork skills.
Huge opportunities are opened for the children of Chintsa East when they are able to get a good quality primary school education.
Read how the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation is creating opportunities our Highs School graduates with their financial and academic support and entrepreneurial training.
Read more about our progress along our Visible Learning journey with John Hattie
Our Cross-Country runners featured strongly in the top positions in the local inter-schools cross country competitions and have been rewarded for their efforts with a place in the Rebel team for the Eastern Province in the ASA Inter Provincial Championships
We are supporting our learners’ interests in art, drama and cross-country Running