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Grace College News for May

Grace College News for May

Grace College Night Relay

L-R: Martin, Nick, Chris and Lauren De Scally.

Grace College recently hosted their annual Night Relay. We invite teams of four to complete a 2,5km lap around the school grounds and through the plantations. Congratulations are due to Team De Scally, they earned 1st place on the night.




Grace College’s Andiswa Ngcobo

KZN Inland Hockey Success for Andiswa

Congratulations to Andiswa Ngcobo in Grade 11 at Grace College for her selection to play for the U18 KwaZulu-Natal Schools Hockey Inland Kites team in the North Festival from 30 June to 5 July.


Grace College Blood Drive
This week Grace College staff and pupils participated in the second SANBS (South African National Blood Service) Blood Drive of 2017. A total of 42 donations were made in this continual commitment to save lives.

Grace College’s Candace Swart donated blood in a recent Blood Drive




Rory Houston donates blood






Grace College group work and adventure

Teamwork fun at Greystone for the Gr 11’s










Grace College’s Grade 11 students attended a successful adventure camp at Greystone in Estcourt. Paintball, problem solving, raft building, group work and high rope climbing were a cinch for some and for others the activities pushed them beyond their comfort zone. We applaud all for their enthusiastic participation.

Grace College pupils provide extra hands for Emandleni Vegetable Garden

L-R: Caitlyn Ogilvie and Sarah Rushworth plant vegetables.

Kitted out with gardening tools, seedlings and plenty of packets of seeds which had been generously given by the Grace College staff, a team of Grade 8 and 9 pupils headed to Emandleni Creche Vegetable Garden. There they found a very large vegetable garden that was being managed by a handful of elderly ladies. These Gogos sell the vegetables to raise money for the creche and community.
They set to work as an efficient team and ploughed, prepared and planted a field with 52 new rows of vegetables! These experience gardeners were happy to pass on their gardening wisdom.
Since the garden has no taps, the boys took on the task of repeatedly filling large drums with water to irrigate the newly planted vegetables.
The students worked tirelessly with enthusiasm all morning. The Gogos repeatedly voiced their gratitude to the Grace College work force who are committed to an ongoing relationship of service to this community.


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