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Cordwalles Preparatory School’s May News

Cordwalles Preparatory School’s May News 

Cordwalles Prep Boys making a difference
Two years ago when the Cordwalles Preparatory School boys campaigned to save the Imfolozi Game Reserve from the coal mine that was going to be built close by, the Cheetah Project came about and the boys raised funds to help buy a collar for a cheetah. Since the introduction of the radio-active collars, it has revealed that instead of 30 cheetah thought to be inhabiting the area, there are in fact only 8!

Two years later the cheetah project continues and the boys at Cordwalles are now motivated to buy a cheetah from Botswana, to be relocated to the Imfolozi Game Reserve.

Cordwalles boys making a difference …

A small group of Grade 5 boys spearheaded by Luke Spiers decided to put recycling into action at the recent Hilton College vs Michaelhouse Derby. At the event they saw a massive opportunity of turning the spectators’ trash into treasure, and help with the litter clear-up, and collected bottles, cans and plastics.
It is this passion of the younger generation to make a difference in their world that gives one hope for the future!



From left to right: U13A (Craven Week): Fortune Mpofu; Andisa Young; Olwethu Kweyama, Rory Bremner and U12B: Mark Brombacher.


Cordwalles Rugby players selected for Sharks
Congratulations to the following Cordwalles Preparatory School boys who have been selected for various Sharks squads after the recent Inter Districts Tournament. Rory Bremner (Cordwalles 1st XV coach) has been selected as Head Coach of the Sharks U12 B team.




Cordwalles Prep School Cross Country

Last week Cordwalles Preparatory School hosted their annual Inter-House cross country. What a stunning afternoon it was for the boys to compete for their school house and run through the beautiful school

Back Row from left to right: Alex Barnard (Open winner) and Jackson House (winning House) representatives Jarryd Pike and Oliver Bekker.
Front Row from left to right: Ryan Maskell (U12 winner), Joaquim Abreu (U11 winner), Mrs Debbie Cameron (Guest of Honour) Chase Maskell (U9 winner), Rory Treleaven (U10 winner), Luke Treleaven (U8 winner) and Hunter Conway (U7 winner and new record holder).

forest that Cordwalles Preparatory School has the privilege of having. Their own forest in the city, and what an exciting cross country route it is. Well done to all the boys that took part.

Cordwalles Prep School House Captains and Vice Captains
Congratulations to the following Cordwalles Preparatory School Grade 7 boys who have been chosen as House Captains and Vice House Captains

Front Row from left to right:
Jackson: Captain Andisa Young and Vice-Captain Luc O’daffay.
Tathams: Captain Declan Sawyer and Vice-Captain Luc Benkenstein.
Baines: Captain Caleb Bryden and Vice-Captain Byron Mitchell-Innes.
Butchers: Captain Olwethu Kweyama and Vice-Captain Thomas Koller.
Back row: Puma and Sharks rugby player Jacques Botes. (Guest speaker for Cordwalles Preparatory School assembly)







Cordwalles Prep School Boys in Midlands Rugby
Congratulations to the following Cordwalles Preparatory School Boys for making the Midlands U13 Rugby Team and Midlands U12 Rugby Team. Congratulations to the Cordwalles Preparatory School 1st Team coaches: Mr Rory Bremner for being selected as the Sharks U12 B Head coach and Mr Andre Greyvenstein for being selected as the Midlands U12 A Assistant coach.

Boys selected for the Midlands U13 Rugby Team: Photo 1, from left:
Mr Rory Bremner (Cordwalles Teacher and 1st XV rugby coach), Thomas Koller, Jarryd Pike, Olwethu Kweyama, Byron Mitchell-Innes, Kamohelo Rathepe, Andisa Young, Murray Dahl and Fortune Mpofu.
Boys selected for the Midlands U12 Rugby Team: Photo 2, from left:
Jason Dix, Mark Brombacher, Thomas Mitchell and Mr Andre Greyvenstein (Cordwalles 1st XV rugby coach)


Cordwalles Prep Boys on Exchange
Five very lucky Grade 6 boys from Cordwalles Preparatory School flew to England on a two and a half week student exchange program with children from St Piran’s School in Maidenhead.

The Cordwalles boys will join in with the normal academic, cultural and sports programmes as well as enjoying the sights of London and the English countryside.

Photographed here before leaving for the airport with their parents. Back row from left: Lane Reynolds, Elizabeth Reynolds, Frances Leppan, Tracey Mason, David Mason, Lance Veenstra (Cordwalles Preparatory School Headmaster), Angela Campbell and John Campbell. Front row from left: Luke Reynolds, Ethan Leppan, Matt Mason, Michael Sara, James Campbell.






Cordwalles Prep offers great Hobbies choices
The Cordwalles Preparatory School boys have the opportunity to take part in a variety of different hobbies during the school year. Photographed here enjoying their chosen hobby for the term; shooting, from left: Jordan Benians and Matthew Louw.

Jordan Benians and Matthew Louw


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