Tuesday, June 27, 2017

ON THE BALL

ON THE BALL: Well done to Laerskool Kuswag pupils Onako Gabela, left, and Siyavuya Budaza on being chosen for the BCMM Regional Soccer Team...

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...

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/

AVID BOOKWORMS

The SACEE Sheryl Human Read Out Loud Contest for Grade 6 and 7 pupils saw 15 schools enter 59 pupils. Stirling Primary School congratulated...

40 schools set to benefit from R8m empowerment initiative

THE Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa (Wessa) recently launched their Entrepreneurial and Environmental Empowerment for South African Youth (EEESAY) project in 40...

Worry over no clear plan for closing schools

Education lobby group Equal Education says they are concerned the departments of education and transport are failing to plan for pupils when rationalising schools. The...

VERY PROUD

 Voorpos Primary pupils have excelled on the sports field, with some selected as provincial representatives. They are, back from left, Buhle Bellem who was...

OFF ROAD:

African Angels held the Ale Trail Run fundraiser recently. Pictured is the winner, Samuel Luqongo, front, with fellow-runners, from left, Sinoxolo Tofu, Owam Jacobs...

Beyond pen and pencil

PnP awards school heroes GRADE 3 pupil at Advance for Life Christian Academy Azisiwe Mbangeli received the Pick n Pay Hero Award recently. Advance for Life...

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...

Pupil’s winning design flies high

When Lilyfontein School’s new navy blue and orange school flag flutters in the breeze the heart of one teenager is especially proud, because he...

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...

Hudson Park excels at maths olympiad

Last month the Grade 4-7 Maths Academy students from Hudson Park Primary School wrote the SA Mathematics Foundation AMESA Olympiad.  No fewer than 104 of...

Mobile Edu-Ponies visits Honey Tree Educare

Honey Tree Educare was treated to a visit from Candice Vorstenbos and all her animals including a Pony named Marylegs, Skittles the rat and...

VERY THANKFUL

As part of their community service, the Grensies Petite visits old age homes every year. They spoil the grannies and grandpas (as the kids...

WELL DONE

College Street’s Grade 7N pupils show off the results of a class project they were given by teachers Picture: SUPPLIED    

Hudson Park pupil blows his own trumpet

HUDSON Park High School's Tristan Henderson has been selected to play for the South African National Youth Wind Orchestra. The Grade 11 pupil competed against...

Ball Sense

Hudson Park High School has 3 teams that are going to be competing to be crowned the Eastern Cape Schools Champions. Our U/14 A...

OUTDOOR TOUR

Selborne Grade 2’s went out to Mpongo Park and enjoyed the outdoor educational tour they experienced. From left, Lebo Selonyane, Michael Page, Sesam Cengimbo,...

BRINGING CHEER

 The CHS Royals performed as official cheerleaders of the Buffalo City Half Marathon last month. They enjoyed the experience and received compliments from many...

PICTURE PERFECT

Obama Booi who is in Grade 6 at African Angels Independent School, holds a picture he painted of an owl sent to China. In...

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...

KHS player a rising star

Kingsridge High School (KHS) pupil Siphesihle Ngculu was named the most promising netball player at the National All Girl's Festival in Pretoria last month....

No seat of learning

Parkside Grade Rs forced to sit on bricks PARKSIDE Primary School’s Grade R pupils have been using bricks, crates, benches and 20-litre buckets as seats,...

In the paper tomorrow

PARKSIDE Primary School’s Grade R pupils have been using bricks, crates, benches and 20 litre buckets as seats, making learning very difficult.

Lovedale College continues to bar 13 student leaders despite having reopened...

Thirteen student leaders from Lovedale TVET college remain barred from campus and academic life even though the rest of the student body is in class...

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...

Wayde van Niekerk wins his first international race of the year...

Wayde van Niekerk won his first international race of the year on Sunday‚ but Akani Simbine was edged into his first 100m defeat of...

High flying netball

Hoërskool De Vos Malan, on the occasion of their 91st anniversary, hosted Port Rex at their sports grounds in King William’s Town over the...

FAIR FUN

WELL DONE

An excited Brett Fouche receives his TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) certificate with distinction from director of East London Language Institute Sue...

PROVINCIAL MOVERS

Six Gonubie Primary School girls who represented the Eastern Cape at the SA Championships for dancing in April this year, at the NASREC Centre...

HIGH NOTE

 Cambridge High School pupils, with their music teacher, Lidia Tzoneva, received a number of medals and special awards at this year’s Port Rex Lions...

DOUBLE COLOURS

Well done to Garreth Hewitt for receiving his Springbok colours and Beaconhurst High School ambassador’s blazer for his achievements in land service. With him...

Stirling achievement

  STIRLING music pupils received many special mention awards and medals in the Port Rex Lions Eisteddfod held in May. Sive Sogoni received the Petro Ferreira...

Celebrating culture

  Last week, New Generation Primary School celebrated Africa Day, with all the children and teachers encouraged to dress up in traditional wear. A show...

ITEC hosts enrichment workshop

AS PART of ITEC's celebration of 30 years of service to the community, they hosted an Early Childhood Development (ECD) practitioners’ enrichment workshop last...

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...

POETIC PRODIGY

Beaconhurst School congratulates Bradley Purdon, who has three original pieces of poetry published in the latest issue of ‘Best New African Poets 2016 Anthology’....

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...

DRAMATIC TURN

During the KykNET National Acting Competition, Asher Magajana was selected in the top 80 drama students in the country. He participated at the Artscape...

VEGAS STYLE

Merrifield College SRC heads Yhovaan Mansingh and Georgia Craddock attended the school’s matric dance, themed Las Vegas, at the East London Golf Club on...

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...

School jazz band celebrates in style

Jazz lovers danced away to the soothing sounds of the Stirling Jazz Band at its annual May Dance concert at Stirling High School hall...

MARVELLOUS MOMS

All the boys and girls celebrated Mother’s Day at ABC Educare Centre by making beautiful cards for their moms, with the words ‘we love...

ENGINEERING MINDS

Two teams at Merrifield College participated in both the Bridge Building and Aqualibrium competitions held by SAICE on Saturday May 5. The Grade 12...

ON SONG

Hudson Park Senior Primary Choir were last Tuesday named overall winners during the 2017 Port Rex Lions Eisteddfod at Hudson Park High School. The...

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...

SPORTS STARS

Some of the Cambridge High pupils who received trophies at the school’s Summer Awards assembly on May 5 are, from left, Siyasanga Somlotha, Ophola...