St Johns DSG News Snippets

St Johns DSG News Snippets

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The St John’s Diocesan School for Girls Junior Netball Team recently played the Mt Pleasant Primary School Development Team from Thornville. Following their matches St John’s handed over a variety of netballs to the Mt Pleasant Team.

St Johns earns Recycling certificate

Mrs Brenda Willows (St John’s D.S.G.), Derryn Millward, Tamsin King, Lily Smit, Moira Potter (Wildlands) and Sally Perks (St John’s D.S.G.)

Mrs Brenda Willows (St John’s D.S.G.), Derryn Millward, Tamsin King, Lily Smit, Moira Potter (Wildlands) and Sally Perks (St John’s D.S.G.)

St John’s Diocesan School was proud to be presented with a certificate from Wildlands as one of the top schools in recycling, having collected 29 257kg of recyclable material.

 

 

 

 

 

 

St John’s DSG Swimmers

(Left to Right): Theresa Kuhn, Laiken Peters, Paige Mayer, Sasha-Lee Tamsen and Leeann Masson

(Left to Right): Theresa Kuhn, Laiken Peters, Paige Mayer, Sasha-Lee Tamsen and Leeann Masson

The following St John’s girls represented the Midlands Swimming team at the KZN Senior Schools Swimming Championships at Kings Park in Durban recently.

St Johns Junior School doing their bit

(Left to Right): Theresa Kuhn, Laiken Peters, Paige Mayer, Sasha-Lee Tamsen and Leeann Masson

 

 

The Junior School at St John’s Diocesan School for Girls has been encouraged to bring 2 litre bottles of grey water from home to water the gardens in their Playground. Lengelo Dlamini (Gr R) is doing her bit … Every bit counts!

 

 

 

 

St John’s DSG Rythmic Gymnastics Achievers

Picture (Left to Right): Gabriella Chantler and Kathryn Green

Picture (Left to Right): Gabriella Chantler and Kathryn Green

Gabriella Chantler and Kathryn Green from St John’s Diocesan School for Girls, both competed at the Ocean Invitational Competition in Ballito. The competition was attended by Rhythmic Gymnastics clubs from across KZN – North Coast, South Coast and Inland. Kathryn competed in Level 8 and Gabriella in Level 9 and both girls won Gold Medals.

 

 

 

 

 

St John’s DSG Junior School keeping others warm

Picture: From left to right: Back: Catherine Riekert, Maddison Walton, Camryn Jordaan, Casey Joubert, Abbey Reynolds, Meghann Oldfield, Chane van Niekerk, Holly Brassell, Siobhan Rowe and Aneesa Rawat Front: Sidney Bowles, Jenna Fyvie, Paige Mayer, Jena Hunter and Abbegail Riekert

Picture: From left to right: Back: Catherine Riekert, Maddison Walton, Camryn Jordaan, Casey Joubert, Abbey Reynolds, Meghann Oldfield, Chane van Niekerk, Holly Brassell, Siobhan Rowe and Aneesa Rawat Front: Sidney Bowles, Jenna Fyvie, Paige Mayer, Jena Hunter and Abbegail Riekert

The St John’s Diocesan School for Girls Junior School, for the past 2 years, has been assisting God’s Little Lambs, a Pre-School situated in the Tumbleweed settlement outside Howick. This year, we collaborated with the Senior School in joining their Socks of Service Campaign, and expanded our warmth to blankets and jerseys! An overwhelming number of gifts were received. A special mention must be made of Granny Newman and Debbie Channon, who knitted the most beautiful jerseys for the children. The love and support of our St John’s community will go a long way to keeping these children warmer this winter. Some of our girls will be visiting God’s Little Lambs to interact with these delightful children.