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September 18, 2013

Hard work pays off for Orient Heights pupil

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Orient Heights deputy head boy, Jayden Nelson, participated in the Department of Education GET ((General Education and Training) excellence awards. Earlier this year, he wrote the examination at circuit level and obtained first place. He then represented his school circuit at district level and again grabbed first place, with an outstanding score of 96%.

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ARIOUS schools in and around Pietermaritzburg will be participating in the Liberty Midlands Mall re*think campaign which focuses on a number of green initiatives. This year’s theme is ‘Let’s Conserve Water’. Participating schools have been invitedtosubmitartworksmadefromrecyclable materials in the form of paintings or sculptures. Clarendon Primary, Oasis Christian Academy, WA Lewitt, Northlands Primary, Newholmes Primary, Allandale

Primary,LaddsworthPrimary,Howick Prep School, uKukhanya kwe Afrika Primary, Waterfall Pre–primary and Kings School are currently hard at work in order to meet the deadline of 14 October. “It is extremely delightful to see the number of school entries in this year’s re*think Let’s Conserve Water project. This year, we have received over 50 entries from schools within the Pietermaritzburg and surrounding areas. We are looking forward to some creative and innovative pieces of artwork,” said Umi Khan, Liberty Midlands Mall Centre Manager. The2013campaignhasreceivedan

added boost with the Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa (WESSA), Eco Schools and Duzi uMngeni Conservation Trust (DUCT) all coming on board. The entries from all 11 schools will be on display at the mall from 17 to 20 October. An independent panel of judges will judge the entries. The schools are competing for the grand prize of R10 000. For more information about the re*think project, contact Minoli Chetty at 033 341 9570 or email minoli.chetty@liberty.co.za or contact Gail Samuels at gail@g2marketingbrand.co.za or log onto www.libertymall.co.za.

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The St Charles College boys recently spent some time in the great outdoors. The outing included team work, exercises with brain teasing puzzles, mud fights and mud–slinging competi­ tions. The boys also en­ joyed canoeing on the dam, shooting catapults, cooking their own potjie over a fire that they them­ selves started, and for breakfast – cooking and eating an omelette in a bag. Pictured are some of the mud fight participants (from left) Caden Rowe, Joshua Hunter, Michael Smith and Joshua Mayo.

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