St Charles College never a dull moment in March
St Charles College Scrummies have a Crazy Senso Day
Senso Day at Scrummies! Through sensory learning, our Pre-Primary School at St Charles College erupted into an abundance of mess, laughter, learning and fun!
St Charles College Prep 1st XI Cricket
St Charles College Grade 9 Class visits Scrummies
Recently Mr Nel took his Grade 9 English Language class to Scrummies as part of their recent creative writing learning process. Separated into groups, the Grade 9 boys have been tasked with writing a children’s story book. To encourage creative thinking through
they spent some time with the Scrummies boys running, jumping, swinging and even having water fights. By getting to know the younger boys, the Grade 9s will be more equipped to write a book that the boys will enjoy. Once their books are complete, the groups will return to Scrummies to read their books with the boys.
Prep 1st Cricket vs Highbury
Old Boys visit 1st Hockey and Rugby teams
Two of St Charles College’s successful sportsmen came to visit their alma mater on Friday, 16 March. Siseko Jafta (Former SA U20 rugby player and Sharks General Manager) and Matthew Boote (KZN Hockey, Squash and Cricket) gave the respective 1st Teams some sound advice before the teams take on city rivals, Maritzburg College.
Amy Webster, campaign driver of YouthForLions addressed the St Charles College, Grade 10 Geography class recently and encouraged the boys to find out more about the industry, and how they can make a difference in the campaign.
The YouthForLions objective is to create awareness among the global youth about the captive-bred lion hunting industry in South Africa. The focus is on raising awareness about the realities of predator visiting facilities, cub petting, lion walking and volunteering at these facilities – all of which contribute to the canned hunting industries. A number of the boys signed the YouthForLions pledge. Amy presented the class with a copy of the award-wining documentary Blood Lions® that has achieved a number of awards, been broadcast on Discovery Channel and DSTV, and screened at numerous local and international film festivals.– Prof Trevor Hill (Head of Geography)
Junior Primary Mini Gala at St Charles College
St Charles Blood Donor Drive
St Charles College Supper Theatre
In March St Charles College hosted Good Company, a Supper Theatre which featured popular hits from the 80s. Good Company told the story of a young musician who was under fire from fans to return to his trendier songwriting style. It was an evening filled with laughter, good food and fantastic music.
Grade 00 Braai Day in Scrummies
St Charles College 1st XV vs Maritzburg College
Rivalries in sport are inevitable, important and age-old; there are two forms of rivalries and unfortunately, unhealthy rivalries are all too common nowadays. We are pleased the St Charles College vs Maritzburg College city derby is both back and very healthy! It first began in 1882 and was reignited on their Rugby and Hockey fields last Saturday after a 41 year void. The Saints teams played with courage and fire in front of the large crowds who came out to support in wet and slippery conditions. It was an excellent day of schoolboy sport and we look forward to hosting the Maritzburg Day on our campus next year. – Mr Rowan Irons