Sharon Edworthy

From the Principal’s Desk

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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.

Sharon Edworthy

From the Principal’s Desk February 2022

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While writing this, I am at the ISASA conference, the theme of which is “Flourishing”. As I was pondering the word flourishing, the words that came to mind were – nurtured, healthy growth, producing…I was thinking about plants! Human flourishing, however, is similar, and is described as promoting the growth, development, and holistic well-being of individuals […]

Specialist Art Teacher : Emma Rankin

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Emma has an anthropology degree, an honours in Psychology and has travelled extensively for pleasure and to teach. She brings her experience of this, and eight years’ of teaching Art and Drama at Lilyfontein School, to African Angels. Emma says, “Art is such a beautiful subject to teach and one which can provide a child […]

New Teacher : Hanah Putzier Grade 3

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Hannah moved from Grahamstown to the Chintsa area to foster a young boy from Greensleeves and was looking for a teaching post at a school near the Fig Tree School which he attends. African Angels fit the bill perfectly. Hannah says, “I have found African Angels a caring environment where teachers support and care for […]