NEWSLETTER 7 June 2019

Meet Our New Secretary

With Mrs Solita Meyer leaving us at the end of the term, we have employed Mrs Cornè Pretorius to take over this pivotal position. Mrs Pretorius was raised in Vaalwater and attended Laerskool. She currently lives on a farm out Werkendam way with her husband and two daughters.
Mrs Cornè Pretorius

Examinations Continue

Examinations Continue
Grade 4 and 5 tackle yet another paper.
Grade 6 write an examination while Grade 7 get some extra Maths outside in the sun.
Grade 6 write an examination while Grade 7 get some extra Maths outside in the sun.
Grades 10 and 12 are here busy with a Life Sciences assessment.
Grades 10 and 12 are here busy with a Life Sciences assessment.
Grade 4 busy with an observation drawing of a banana.
Grade 4 busy with an observation drawing of a banana.
Kayla Badenhorst’s studyusing colours sensitively
Kayla Badenhorst’s studyusing colours sensitively
Carla Leonard’s (Grade 7) observation drawing shows excellent structure and attention to detail. The lines are beautifully modelled and the shading works well with the contrast to create a 3-D effect.
Carla Leonard’s (Grade 7) observation drawing shows excellent structure and attention to detail. The lines are beautifully modelled and the shading works well with the contrast to create a 3-D effect.

While in the Art room I was fortunate to see Mangaliso and Alyssa still at work on their geraniums and they were truly awesome. I think we have an excellent Art teacher and some very good artists as well

This subject is such an important builder of life skills. If you can do this stuff in front of your peers, you have gained confidence to see you through life.
This subject is such an important builder of life skills. If you can do this stuff in front of your peers, you have gained confidence to see you through life.
Grade 8 and 9 Arts and Culture has been in the form of Drama. Here are the Grade 9’s busy with their assessments today. You look very dramatic, Guys.
Grade 8 and 9 Arts and Culture has been in the form of Drama. Here are the Grade 9’s busy with their assessments today. You look very dramatic, Guys.
The good news for our learners is that the examinations ended today. Now it is up to the teachers to get the marks and reports ready for next Friday.

Big Walk

At this point the littlies did a turn across the field and the older guys did the full circuit. Well done to the Moms who walked with their children!
At this point the littlies did a turn across the field and the older guys did the full circuit. Well done to the Moms who walked with their children!

Honours Boards

The picture below is for all those readers who picked up that there were errors on the boards that were delivered to us. All mistakes but one have been rectified. The first person to tell me what the remaining mistake is gets a slab of chocolate.
Honours Boards

Mark Godfrey