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
African Angels past pupils attend the Uni Fair
The Respect Tombstones’ generosity does not end with their sponsorship of these two children, they also sponsor our golf days, take part in our fundraising events
2020 – 2022: These two years have brought much reflection, a skill allowing us to recognise mistakes, make sense of situations we find ourselves in, and make plans for the next time we face similar challenges. It also allows us to recognise successes we’ve had and gives us confidence that whatever we face, we will find our way to success again. Covid has taught us a lot.
As more and more of our Angels fly off to high school, we are finding that their journey with us does not end with their graduation from grade 7. Many of the children also need support throughout their high school journey and we feel that our responsibility for them isn’t over until we have given […]
Well prize-giving has come and gone, and so has another school year! It touches my heart every year as I look across the expectant faces at the beginning of the prize-giving evening, and I have yet to make it through a prize-giving without tears. But for the kind audience that patiently waits for me to […]
The Foundation Phase learners get so excited about prize-giving. And for the Grade R’s, the crowning of Mr and Miss Grade R is much anticipated. The Grade 7 leaders are announced at the prize giving – congratulations to Inathi Diko, Olungaka Dlomo, Hlomla Linganiso, Anganathi Mandi, Kungawo Matolengwe, Alizwa Mkanyo and Olona Ngxanga. The grade […]