Getting bookish!

Howick Prep (above) celebrated “World Book Day” on Friday, April 26. The pupils and teachers entered into the spirit of the day by dressing up as their favourite fiction characters. The school was filled with colour, fun and laughter as the children explained who they were meant to be. They also brought “pre-loved” books from home to donate to less-privileged schools in the area.

 

St Nicholas Diocesan School marks World Book Day, 2019.

St Nicholas Diocesan School also marked World Book Day in style. In the picture, left, are Siyamthanda Mthembu and Anele Mbhele.

Cordwalles Preparatory School announced its house captains and vice captains. They are pictured below.

Butchers: Captain: Siyamkela Maphumulo (front left); vice captain, James Reeve (back left); Tathams: Captain: Connor Sawyer (front, second from left); vice captain: Luc Schravesande (back, second from left); Baines: Captain: Sebastian Hofmeyr (front, third from left); vice captain: Gareth Egbrink (back, third from left); Jacksons: Captain: Luke Spear (front, fourth from left) vice captain: Pikolomzi Nkompela (back, fourth from left).

Cordwalles leaders for 2019

St Charles youngsters spent some special time with their moms on a recent day. In between striking a pose at the photo booth, doing some crafts, and pampering their moms at the “spa”, they shared special hugs

St Charles pupil Pranav Haridass enjoys a picnic with his mom, Kamleshnee Vather. Picture: Saysha Baker

Of course, the boys didn’t miss the chance to run around, playing with their friends. “Moms, thank you for spending the morning with your boys,” said the school.

Back: James Armstrong (Senior Prefect), Anthony Hewat (Chairman: Board of Governors), Ross Armstrong (President: Old Boys’Club), Gary Ralfe (Chairman of the Trust); Front: Bishop Dino Gabriel (Anglican Bishop of Natal), Antony Clark (Rector), Paul Fleischack (Senior Deputy Rector).

Michaelhouse held a function in the school chapel recently to induct its new Rector, Antony Clark and for his licensing as a lay minister. Back: James Armstrong (Senior Prefect), Anthony Hewat (Chairman: Board of Governors), Ross Armstrong (President: Old Boys’Club), Gary Ralfe (Chairman of the Trust); Front: Bishop Dino Gabriel (Anglican Bishop of Natal), Antony Clark (Rector), Paul Fleischack (Senior Deputy Rector).

Treverton’s Rock Climbing Club and the post matrics went rock climbing at Umgeni Valley recently on a day when the weather played along beautifully.

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