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George Randell pupils test waters at Lipton Race

George Randell High School pupils have returned in buoyant mood following their participation of the annual Lipton Cup sailing event  in Durban last month. They...

Two George Randell pupils ready for the Lipton cup challenge

THE Buffalo River Yacht Club (BRYC) has offered two George Randell High School pupils an opportunity to be part of the annual Lipton Cup...

Young player a rising star on the cricket pitch

Lilyfontein batsman, 13-year-old Chad Henderson, is currently rewriting the record books as he continues to score heavily against all school opposition in the Border...

Adelaide water run success

The current drought in Adelaide and its surrounds is reportedly the worst in 50 years. The town’s primary servicing dam is par- ched, cracked and...

‘How I turned my life around’

“I looked at the world through the eyes of of fear. I was looking for a purpose, but I was looking for it at...

Young, old, disabled enjoy race

More than 2,500 runners and walkers took part in the 40th Daily Dispatch/SPAR Summer Fun Run on Sunday – double 2017’s entry. Both races –...

Sports club started after plea by youth

Sunnyridge Rugby Football Club (SRFC) was established in August 2018 this year with the a purpose of keeping young boys off the streets and...

Principal leaves a legacy

ARCADIA Special School principal Dave Bands is bringing four decades of having played a huge dedicated mentorship in the lives of pupils to an...

Teeing off for a good cause

GEORGE Randell Primary School held its fourth annual golf day on a chilly Saturday morning at the West Bank Golf Club. Proceeds from the...

CANSA SUPPORT

Recently, some of the George Randell Primary School staff proudly participated in the CANSA Relay for Life to support and raise funds for those...

TEACHER POWER

The Grade 7s hosted a superhero dress-up day for George Randell Primary School pupils and staff. Prizes were up for grabs for the best...

WORLD RECOGNITION:

Congratulations to Siyolise Mapongwana, left, and Cayden Memphis, of George Randell Primary, who recently received their certificates of merit all the way from China...

Putting wind in youngsters’ sails

THE Buffalo River Yacht Club (BRYC) is giving youngsters from around Buffalo City a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to earn a sailing skipper's licence. Taught by Buffalo...

WELCOME

George Randell Primary School introduce new teachers, Devinito Jekels and Natasha Heuer as the new Grade 2 assistant and Grade 6 teacher, respectively

All they want for Christmas is …

THE GO! & Express called up some popular East Londoners wanting to know what they would like in their Christmas stocking this year, or...

SPRING PARADE

Last week, George Randell Primary hosted their annual cultural evening, which saw many pupils participate in the Master and Miss Georgie Spring Parade. The...

COLOURFUL MUSIC

George Randell Primary School’s Steel Pan and Marimba bands performed at this year’s Colour My Run event hosted by Jawitz. The school are so...

LOOKING AFTER ELDERLY

The George Randell Junior and Senior Dance teams and marimba band visited Silver Crown Old Age Home recently. They provided the residents with entertainment...

Future stars

George Randell Primary School’s under-7 rugby team recently took part in their final festival of the season at Hudson Park Primary. The school would...

Teacher develops module to be taught at schools

Percussionist drums up support TALENTED local percussionist Siyabulela Sifatyi has been facilitating percussion workshops for Eastern Cape Creative Arts subject advisers this week, developing his...

WAY WITH WORDS

George Randell Primary would like to congratulate their pupils for their participation in the Regional Spelling BEE – City Centre. They are, from left...

PET CARE

George Randell’s Grade 00, Grade R and Grade 1 pupils watched a thrilling dog show hosted by Lloyd Bristow and his “cooldogz” recently. Along...

COMMITTED TEAMWORK

During the holidays, the George Randell U13 hockey team and their coaches Nadine Ranger, left, and Tammy Malan, travelled to Bloemfontein to attend the...

Man sentenced to fours years for groping child

Shopkeeper Hossain Rubel was sentenced to a four year prison term by the East London Regional Court for sexually assaulting an 11-year-old George Randell...

Boost for maritime job prospects in province

An initiative aimed at equipping unemployed youth with skills and opportunities to secure jobs in the maritime industry was launched in the Eastern Cape...

WINNERS

The George Randell Primary U9 Netball girls celebrate their first win of the season against Stutterheim. Well done! Picture: SUPPLIED

WAY WITH WORDS

Gonubie Primary Grade 4 and 5 pupils took part in a SACEE Fun with Words competition held at George Randell recently. ‘A total of...

PROUD LOT

Well done to George Randell’s Yonwaba Nongogo, Sibulele Selana and Taylor-Paige Marillier for their participation in the annual SACEE Read Aloud competition which took...

Building of Gonubie mansion raises ire

A battle is brewing between wealthy East London residents over a house allegedly being built without proper engineering processes being followed. The three-storey house in...

Siya’s Eclipse: beautiful modern sounds by local percussionist

Siyabulela Sifatyi's Eclipse was performed at the George Randell Primary School hall last week Friday. Sifatyi gave a poetic and dramatic performance and together...

Residents bemoan overgrown lawn

SUNNYRIDGE residents have expressed their fears – and concern – about overgrown grass on municipal land near Kuswag Primary School. It is another case of...

EL percussionist got the beat down with upcoming show

BORN in Mdantsane, talented local percussionist Siyabulela Sifatyi will be presenting another show, titled Eclipse, in June. Sifatyi studied music, drama and poetry at the...

East London schools square off in spelling bee contest

GEORGE Randell Primary School hosted a foundation phase South African Council for English Education (SACEE) spelling bee last week. Fourteen schools from East London, including...

New kit gives Newlands schools a boost

THROUGH the Small Projects Foundation' (SPF) sport programme, the Newlands schools rugby and netball teams received their new kit sponsored by Kistefos last week. The...

Pupils need funds for trip

THE George Randell Primary school senior marimba band are headed to Johannesburg to take part in the International Steel band and Marimba competition. The competition...
George Randell Primary School would like to congratulate Tristan Hoffman for placing second in the U13 high jump category at the Eastern Cape Primary Schools Athletics Competition held in Cradock on March 4. Tristan will go on to represent us at national level. Congratulations Tristan! You have done us extremely proud

Well done Tristan Hoffman

George Randell Primary School would like to congratulate Tristan Hoffman for placing second in the U13 high jump category at the Eastern Cape Primary...

FUTURE LEADERS

  George Randell Primary School is delighted to announce the appointment of our new head and deputy prefects for 2017. They would like to congratulate...

Drop-outs drag pass rate down

MADELEINE CHAPUT and THANDEKA NTLONTI FORGET 72.5%, the true matric pass rate in South Africa is much lower, according to Equal Education. By taking into account...

Kids excel in world art event

YOUNG East London artists fared well at the 47th World School Children’s Art Exhibition held in Taiwan this year, receiving one gold, two silvers, a bronze and...

Bronze statue of legendary snake charmer for sale

‘Never Die’ got his name in 1920s from being regularly bitten by venomous creatures during displays in harbour ‘He was entirely immune against venom’ A STATUE...

LEARNING EXPERIENCE

This week the excited Little Georges and Georgettes were visited by the Greenfields firefighters. They spoke to the children about fire safety and some...

PLAYING BALL

Last week the Georgie Trust committee hosted an evening with special guests international rugby referee Jaco Peyper and Peter Mitchell as part of a...