Treverton School Where Education and Adventure Meet
“Where education and adventure meet.”
At Treverton we provide academic excellence along with a first class boarding experience through Faith, Family and Adventure.
In the classroom, Treverton teachers are committed to striving for academic excellence. Our Matric class of 2016 achieved a 100% pass rate. Of particular significance is an outstanding historic achievement of a 100% Bachelor Degree (university entrance) pass rate. (The IEB national BD pass rate was 87.6%).
A diverse range of sporting codes and a vibrant cultural programme complements the learning process. Outdoor Education is a central part of Treverton’s product-offering with a vast range of activities that provide ideal opportunities for leadership development and personal growth.
Calling all Grade 6 pupils – We invite you (and a friend!) to come along and experience boarding life at the College at our Grade 6 sleepover on Saturday 7 October.
This is a great opportunity to meet your potential Grade 8 peers, sleep in the dorms, eat in the dining hall and be part of the wonderful family vibe on campus. Moms and Dads, there will be a special meet and greet breakfast with College staff on Sunday morning providing an opportunity to chat to those staff members closely involved with our Grade 8 pupils.
“Treverton is a pupil-centred school where the balanced, all-round education provides a solid platform from which Trevertonians can step into the adult world as confident, well-adjusted members of society.” – Dave Cato, College Headmaster.
For more information regarding Treverton College, Preparatory School or our Post Matric programme and to RSVP for the sleepover, contact Su Huggett on firstname.lastname@example.org
or 033-2631251 Ext 241. www.treverton.co.za
More news from Treverton College and Prep School
From the Treverton Sports Desk:
A team of 41 Treverton athletes participated in the Annual Invitational Athletics Meeting at Kingsway High School. Some excellent results were achieved – sixteen 1st places, seventeen 2nd places and thirteen 3rd places. Treverton was placed 1 st overall out of the 16 schools with 197 points, a significant 31 points ahead of hosts Kingsway High School.
Congratulations to Michaela Licen and Grace Drummond who dominated in the u14 age group by winning three events each.
1 st place
Michaela Licen – 100m, 200m and long jump; Grace Drummond – 400m, 800m and 1500m; Abby Heinecken – u14 discus and javelin; Bophelo Seoe – Open long jump and 200m; Gemma Hickinbotham – u15 javelin and shotput; The girls’ u15 team also won the 4 x 100m relay; Luzuko Mahlati – Open triple jump; Byron Barnard – u15 javelin; Thato Phakoe – u15 100m
2 nd place
Lily Baker – u14 800m, 1500m; Brooke Cunha-Johnson – javelin and discus; Bophelo Seoe – 100m and 400m; Sethu Ngcobo – u16 200m and 400m; Luné Arlow – u16 javelin; Noxolo Mhlanga – u15 400m; u14 girls’ – 4 x 100m; Open girls’ – 4 x 100m; Kyla Gogle – u15 javelin; nThato Phakoe – u15 long jump; Durandt Uys – Open javelin; Gemma Hickinbotham – u15 discus; Abby Heinecken – u14 javelin
3 rd place
Okuhle Nkosi – u14 long jump; Kobus Kooy – u14 discus; Bophelo Seoe – Open high jump;Luné Arlow – u16 discus and shotput; Danielle Warren – Open javelin; Kristi Minnaar – u14 high jump (still u13); Byron Barnard – u15 400m; Lefika Pule – u16 javelin; Gemma Hickinbotham – u15 100m; Sethu Ngcobo – u16 100m; Oscar Hapgood – u16 shotput; Noxolo Mhlanga – u15 1500m
Kyla Gogle – u15 discus; Thato Phakoe – u15 triple jump
Thanks to Mrs Rianne Botha for the report and for being hugely instrumental in the success and accomplishments of our Treverton athletes.