DAINFERN – Dainfern College Grade 12 athlete Taylor Vogt has been awarded her national blazer for her success in the Federation of International Youth Touch Rugby World Cup recently.
KYALAMI – They are a formidable group of individuals who will, like their predecessors, lead the school with their skills.
JOBURG – “Firstly, you should recognise and acknowledge what is happening. Exam meltdowns are not unusual, and can happen to anyone, even to usually high-performing candidates,” an expert said.
FOURWAYS – Local athletes took home a whooping 44 medals at the recent South African Schools Judo Championships
DIEPSLOOT – This is what the UJ students taught the learners.
DAINFERN – The musicians from the Dainfern College’s high school senior marimba band dance with happiness after their success at the International Marimba and Steelpan Festival.
BRYANSTON – The Bryanston Grade 0s are learning both gardening and compassion for others as the school starts its own veggie patch for needy children.
BRYANSTON – Ten learners from the United States stayed with learners from Brescia House School as part of the Global Education Programme.
LONEHILL – The children and parents of Crawford Lonehill Pre-Primary made the world a warmer place when they donated cups filled with goodies to the residents of the Gerald Fitzpatrick Old Age Home recently.
BEVERLEY – The Grade 4s and 5s from the Bridge School recently went to the Transport Museum in Turffontein to understand their classwork better.
CHARTWELL – The Land of Oz Nursery School used funds raised by a Swimathon and other events to prepare thousands of meals for needy children in Diepsloot.