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Clarendon stick it to opposition

EL girls win hockey challenge CLARENDON High from East London became the new SPAR Eastern Cape School Girls’ Hockey Challenge champions when they defeated York...

Clarendon High School for Girls Reunion

Last weekend various Clarendon High School reunion groups were given the chance to reconnect and reminisce their high school days while celebrating the school's...

It’s back to where it all began for new Clarendon principal

For Fort Hare education lecturer Dr Melanie Drake, her appointment as the new principal of Clarendon Primary school is a feeling of “coming home”. Not...

Clarendon old girl’s handy tips on art

THE Clarendon High School for Girls matric art class were treated to a visit from Clarendon alumni and South African-born conceptual artist Susan Striepe. The...

Clarendon High School Matric Dance

Clarendon High School for Girls kicked off Matric Dance season on Saturday evening (11 March). The entrance to Selborne Collage was packed with enthusiastic...

Clarendon pupils to speak up for SA

TWO Clarendon High School pupils have been selected to represent South Africa at the World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championship (WIDPSC) in April...

Warm gesture from Clarendon

CLARENDON High School knitters gathered together a total of 104 blankets for those in need on Mandela Day this week. A total of 6533 squares...

Clarendon’s CAT queen

• Catherine’s on the ball with bronze medal in national computer technology olympiad SARAH KINGON TECH-SAVVY Clarendon High School pupil Catherine Ball returned home with a bronze medal...

Computer whiz

Congratulations to Donna-Leigh Greyling, left, from Clarendon Girls’ High School, who won a gold award for the first round of the Computer Applications Olympiad....

Border squash team crowned SA champs

THE Border girls U16 squash team returned victorious from the South African Schools Squash Interprovincial tournament in Bloemfontein, winning the title of SA champs. The...

Principal matters for girls

When Dr Melanie Drake takes the helm as Clarendon Primary’s new principal in a few days’ time, she will bring with her an admirable...

Lead dancer back on stage of first steps

As a little girl she honed her ballet skills on the Port Elizabeth Opera House stage and this week Meghan Henegan returns as the...

Ex-teacher’s bail terms relaxed as rape trial delayed

Bail conditions for a former Grade 7 Clarendon Primary School teacher accused of rape were relaxed by the East London Regional Court yesterday.   Magistrate Ignatius...

Fundraiser sure to hit right note

IN A first-of-its kind fundraiser, the Rotary Club of East London is provi- ding a platform to showcase the abun- dant musical talent at...

The EL connection at Wimbledon

EAST Londoners perusing the results of the opening day of Wimbledon last week would have read a short account of how Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of...

FUN IN THE WINTER SUN

The Clarendon Preparatory School girls enjoyed spending a morning playing at Selborne Pups Picture: SUPPLIED

HAPPY FEET

As part of the One Day without Shoes Worldwide initiative, Clarendon Primary girls contributed many pairs of shoes for the underprivileged Picture: SUPPLIED  

HIGH NOTE

Clarendon Primary’s Anna Lukose, left, received a medal for most promising junior pianist at the recent Port Rex Lions Eisteddfod. Next to her is...

WARM GESTURE

The Clarendon Primary girls collected warm clothing for the annual Jersey Week recently. The warm garments will be handed to the needy Picture: SUPPLIED   http://goexpress.co.za/2017/05/04/share-warmth-jersey-week/

City’s young artists display talents

Imagination, creativity, and uniqueness are on full display at the Belgravia Arts School after pupils from more than 20 schools in East London submitted...

ELfest shows off school art works

CELEBTATING the Arts, the 16th ELfest is under-way, showing of some of East London's schools' best talent The festival comprises of two sections, namely Drama...

Selborne supports CHOC with funds

School pupils cultivated the gift of giving this month when they gave back to organisations fighting worthy causes for little ones in the East...

ITSI talk on improving teaching methods

ITSI's chief executive, Lieb Liebenberg gave an informative and critical presentation on effective teaching methods for the 21st century at the East London Golf...

Hollywood – here they come

Six to represent SA in world champs SIX East London contemporary dancers will soon jet off to take part in the World Championships in Los...

Upset as Woodridge top regional hockey tournament

Woodridge College caused an upset when they claimed the final spot in the provincial finals of the SPAR Eastern Cape Schoolgirls Hockey Challenge after...

EL pair to dance in LA

Trail run to raise funds for Tayla’s participation at world champs SINCE the age of three Tayla Meecham has blossomed as a dancer so much...

Ladies Tea in aid of the Carel du Toit Centre

The Carel du Toit Centre will be holding a ladies tea with the theme of “Lend Me Your Ears” on tomorrow at Clarendon Primary. The...

STAGE STARS

Eight pupils from Clarendon High School for Girls attended the South African Championships of Performing Arts in Johannesburg in April. They were all chosen...

STRATEGIC SUCCESS

The Clarendon chess team had a very successful National Girls Schools Festival, coming sixth overall. The results were: 3 wins, 4 losses and 1...

WARM GIVERS

Clarendon Girls’ High headgirl Anna Cocks, centre, and deputies Batandwa Mtebele, left, and Caitlyn Rushton display some of the jerseys collected for Jersey Week...

BIRTHDAY GUESTS

Clarendon Preparatory School was bursting with excitement as they welcomed Clarrie to their 55th birthday party! There were balloons, cupcakes and plenty of songs,...

Merrifield College Matric Dance

The Merrifield College Matric Dance took place on Saturday at the East London Golf Club. Matriculants dressed up in the finest dresses and suits,...
Clarendon rowers recently took a very exciting trip to Roodeplaat Dam in Pretoria to participate in the South African Schools Rowing Championships. The Clarendon girls did the school proud and managed to bring back five medals. Pictured is the U15 Octuple team that won gold, celebrating with coach Kate Godfrey. The team consists of Amy Newey, Morgan Deutschman, Rozanne Kruger, Emily Sparg, Quinta Kieck, Nikita Van Rooi, Eden Krug, Mia Scheepers, Jessica Shadwell

Proud team of rowers

Clarendon rowers recently took a very exciting trip to Roodeplaat Dam in Pretoria to participate in the South African Schools Rowing Championships. The Clarendon...

Sisters off to US talent showcase

Gifted Malusis out to impress judges in Florida BEAUTY with talent is the best way to describe the Malusi sisters who will be travelling to Orlando,...

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...

GO! People- Dr Robyn Spring

DR ROBYN SPRING Q: Occupation? A: Obstetrician and gynaecologist; owner of Salut Deli. Q: What motivates you to achieve more in life? A: A lot of my drive...

Youth talk inspires positive outcomes

Conference dialogues focus on solutions THE East London Youth Voices Conference (ELYVC) was hosted by the East London Youth Association (ELYA) at Clarendon High School...

Stirling team is the bees knees

STIRLING Primary School hosted and went on to win a Grade 1 to 7 SACEE (South African Council of English Educators) Spelling Bee on...

TAKE FIVE

The Clarendon High School U16 rowing team had a chance to relax after their races to support their other teams at the Buffalo Regatta...

Set for world debate

MERRIFIELD College pupil, Dominique Plaatjes has been selected to represent South Africa at the World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championships in Sydney, Australia,...

A rowing success for Brittain brothers

More than 1000 competitors descend on Buffalo Regatta THE 130th Buffalo Regatta took place in East London at the weekend attracting some of the cream...

Buffalo Regatta mania

Brittain brothers, Keeling big draws at iconic event ROWERS from all around the country, including Olympic silver medallists, will storm East London this weekend for...

Fencer Paola makes a move

Teen in EC team for the nationals AFTER only a year of fencing, Paola Signiorile is on her way to the top and will...

Top Achiever

 

OUTSTANDING: The Clarendon High School matrics of 2016 have achieved an outstanding set of results, which reflect the strong work ethic and dedication to...

EL’s youngest Bok scout

CLARENDON High School pupil Kelsey Savage, 17, will tomorrow be awarded the pinnacle of scouting achievement – the Springbok Scouting Award. She is the youngest...

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...

A case of edugration

Steady increase of families relocating to catchment areas of top schools in EL MORE and more families are moving from their homes to areas where...

African Bee on a buzz abroad

Clarendon old girl releases EP in New York EAST London’s “African Bee” is creating a big buzz after the release of her first Extended Play...