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Grade 9 subject choices: why you should start considering them now In a few months’ time, Grade Nine learners will be required to make important decisions about which combination of subjects they will be pursuing through to their final Matric exams. This is an important first milestone on the road to building a career, an education expert says, adding that while the decision would normally be left until later in the year, the world has changed so dramatically that Grade Nines should start thinking about this significant decision sooner rather than later. “The world changed last year – not just because schooling and work were disrupted and not just because both had to happen from home in ways never imagined before. The world changed because we are unlikely to go back to what we experienced in 2019,” says Natasha Madhav, Senior Head of Programme: Faculty of ICT at The Independent Institute of Education, SA’s largest private higher education provider. “It has long been said that one needs to prepare young people for jobs that do not exist, but this has never been a concept that has been crystallised in a way that really helped one make decisions. Perhaps it is clearer now to focus on preparing for a world of work that is changed and focusing on industries and skill sets that are and will be in demand, rather than on jobs with names that are familiar to us. “So, for instance, law has not vanished as a field, but most lawyers now need to consult online as easily as they do in person and they can collaborate in real time with colleagues all over the place. They also need to be advising people on

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both physical and digital implications of what they do.” “The basic instruction is the same – develop an understanding of fields you are interested in and the things you are good at. Then look for jobs and careers that seem future-focused. Then, look for institutions that not only offer futureoriented curricula, but whose teaching and learning and assessment are explicitly directed at a changing world”. This then links to smart subject choices, Madhav says. “If your field is likely to be scientific and technical and analytical, you are still well served to include maths and science and perhaps a technology subject. If your field is problem-solving and solutionoriented, then subjects like history and design or visual arts will provide that skill set. If you are looking for both, you will need both. Higher education institutions are not going to move away from some of the standard demands for particular high-demand disciplines or fields, so be sure that you understand what you need for admission and include these in your choices. One of the key issues to consider is the fact that automation is on the rise, and that technological adoption by companies will transform jobs and indemand skills in future. And, as noted by the WEF in their most recent Future of Jobs report, skills gaps will continue to be high as in-demand skills across jobs change in the next five years. As noted in the report: “The top skills and skill groups which employers see as rising in prominence in the lead up to 2025 include groups such as critical thinking and analysis as well as problemsolving, and skills in self-management

such as active learning, resilience, stress tolerance and flexibility… On average, companies estimate that around 40% of workers will require reskilling of six months or less and 94% of business leaders report that they expect employees to pick up new skills on the job, a sharp uptake from 65% in 2018.” So where to start researching which careers will exist when you matriculate, and which of them might interest you? “A good place to start, on top of doing online research, is to find a higher education institution that has already demonstrated that they produce technically proficient and in-demand graduates, whose skills are aligned with what is required in the workplace because of their close industry connections. In other words, an institution whose curricula are up-to-date at all times, and that is able to quickly and resiliently respond to our fastchanging world. You will know who they are as they will confidently speak about change and flexibility and adaptability and about the link between study and work,” says Madhav. “By speaking to a student advisor at such an institution, which crucially must also be able to demonstrate that meaningful learning continued during lockdown, learners will be able to discuss their current interests and strengths, and then get advice and insight into which fields will be in high demand in future, and which subjects they can choose later this year, which will give them access to these fields.”

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The Monitors are: Scott Bray, Nicole Muchabaiwa, Amy Britz, Onika Njobe, Ifrah Essack, Kaylee Pott, Tatum Fandam, Kgosi Shibambo, Jenna Kinloch, Leeto Tenehi, Alizah Maher, Mikhail Williams, Dani Tudor, Siki Poswa, Enny Daniel.

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What are your strengths and weaknesses? I am an open and warm communicator, thoughtful, organized and I challenge myself to find inner motivation. I often find myself dwelling on things by overthinking and having tunnel vision. Weaknesses: overthinking, having tunnel vision. What do you love the most about your school? I love that I am part of a community that is ready to unlearn and relearn. Who is your role model? My mother and father. Who is your Hollywood celeb crush? Michael B Jordan.

Matric is your final year, from an academic point of view, what are you aiming for? Matric is at once a final year but also a beginning- it is a milestone that will open doors to my university education. I am aiming to build consistency throughout all I do and I believe I can do so by remaining focused and disciplined. I want to end the year with a minimum of 4 distinctions and to maintain a constant average. What will you message of encouragement be for your prefects/ co-leaders? It is guaranteed that we are better together. I urge us all to remember this when we feel overwhelmed by a task, responsibilities or hurdles we may face along the year because you and I have people around us ready to help. What are your plans after matric in 2022? I plan to study Medicine at The University of Witwaterstrand or at St. George’s University in the West Indies. If you could be any superhero, who would you want to be and why? I’d want to be Jean Grey from X-Men, because she can feel the emotions of people around her but despite the fact that this might make her empathetic toward them when push comes to shove she does what she thinks is right for mankind.

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Congratulations to Cole Mosterd who participated at the level 2 gala and made finals for all his events.

We are very proud to announce the Equestrian Captains for 2021.

Congratulations to Elena Alexandrov who continues to do us proud with her latest achievements. Elena won the gold medal in Junior Ladies at the Inter-Provincial Figure Skating championship recently held in Durban.

• 100 Free- silver (second place) • 200 IM - Gold (1st place)

As a result of her exploits, she has qualified for the Junior Ladies Short programme National Competition to be held later this year.

100 Butterfly he had to swim as an ‘Exhibition’ swimmer. He was actually a Level 3 swimmer with his times however there was a glitch in the CGA system when he was entered for regionals. Unfortunately they could not allow him to receive a medal. The compromise then was he had to swim with 18-24 year old heat and his time would be recorded on the data base. He came 1st (with no medal though). Zoe van Schalkwyk won a silver medal at the Gauteng North Regional Level 2 gala. She swam 50m backstroke and also improved her personal best by just over two seconds.

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Zoe van Schalkwyk

Piper Tewson Captain

Katarina Stamenic Vice Captain

Megan Grobler came second in Central Gauteng Figure skating over the weekend. And finished 3rd within Central and Northern Gauteng combined. Congratulations Megan!

Gholf Jean du Toit (Grade 8) and his best friend since Grade 1, Jean Taljaart, played at The Randpark Golf Club on the 12th January 2021. They played alongside Jeremy Campion, PGA Photographer and Grant Winter, an acclaimed Sports and Golf Writer. Another exciting event is Central Gauteng updated their rankings and Jean is ranked number 1 in the U/15 age group, congratulations Jean!

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ST MARY’S SCHOOL WAVERLEY CGA champs article 2021

2021 Head girl & deputy head girls

In the month of March, some of the St Mary’s School, Waverley, divers were involved in the annual Central Gauteng Aquatics Championships. This event is the qualifier for Junior and Senior South African Diving Nationals. This year’s Junior Nationals is a trail for the World Junior Diving Championships which will be held in the Ukraine, and Senior Nationals will be used as the Olympic Games trial. Keratile Manaka, Kerry-Leigh Morrison, Tannah Porudfoot and Zalika Methula all competed in CGA championships. Their results were as follows: • Keratile Manaka was selected to dive in U16 Youth Nationals • Zalika Methula came 1st in u16 1m, 3m, platform and synchronized diving. Hence winning the overall best diver in U16. She also dived in the women’s events coming 2nd on 1m and 3m. Zalika was selected to compete at both Junior and Senior Nationals. • Tannah Proudfoot came 3rd in the U18 platform event and 2nd in the women’s platform event. Tannah was selected to compete in both Junior and Senior Nationals. • Kerry-Leigh Morrison came 2nd in U18 1m, 3rd in women’s 3m, and 2nd in U18 and women’s synchronized diving. She was selected to compete at Junior and Senior Nationals

St Mary’s divers photographed with the St Mary’s School, Waverley, head of diving, Kate Shepherd (centre)

St Mary’s School Waverley 2021 head girl, Siphosethu Mnguni (centre) and the St Mary’s School Waverley 2021 deputy head girls, Ande Dhlomo (left) and Samantha Pringle (right).


NORTHCLIFF HIGH SCHOOL Olympic Swimming Trials Congratulations to Leigh McMorran for being invited to take part in the Olympic Swimming Trials from 7 – 12 April 2021 in Port Elizabeth. These trials will also serve as a qualifying event for FINA World Championships in 2022 and several other squads (e.g., Commonwealth squad) which will be selected from the results of these trials.

Central Gauteng Aquatics Colours Congratulations to the swimmers that have been awarded their Central Gauteng Aquatics Colours for Open Water swimming. They have been selected to represent the CGA Open Water team and will be competing in the Open Water Nationals to be held in Jeffrey’s Bay. Well done on a fantastic achievement and we wish you all the best for Nationals!

Presidents Cup National Equestrian Show Alexi Hasell competed at the Presidents Cup National Equestrian Show at Maple Ridge. This is a prestigious event involving equestrian riders from across South Africa. Alexi competed in 3 classes over 3 days – competing in her first 1 Meter Show Jumping class at a Graded Level. Alexi and her beautiful Horse Olympic Winter managed to place 5th and 7th. Congratulations Alexi!

Tristan Alpers, Jordan Buffel, Clayton Kassebaum, Leigh McMorran, Matthew O’Connor, Madison Scorgie.

Leigh McMorran

GREENSIDE PRIMARY 2021 Leaders

Fatima-Zahra Cassiem (Head Girl) & Zayaan Doodha (Head Boy)

Izzat Schroeder (Deputy Head Girl) & Rayhaan Patel (Deputy Head Boy)

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FOURWAYS HIGH SCHOOL SA Triathlon Champs

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Congratulations to Grade 12 pupil Nadya Stolarczyk (middle) on taking the silver medal in the SA Triathlon Champs on the 22nd of March 2021 in Bloemfontein. An outstanding achievement.

Congratulations to Mr Moepye, coach of the Central Samurais U14 team, players Abby Neilson and Letlotlo Mokone as well as the rest of their team mates, on winning the gold medal in the inaugural @jhleague Hockey Tournament.

Our athletes did themselves proud at the CGA meeting in Boksburg on Saturday 29 March 2021.

What an amazing evening for the inaugural Athletics Night Series track events. Amazing sunset, amazing times, amazing athletes.

Nadya Stolarczyk

Abby Neilson, Coach Mr Moepye and Letlotlo Mokone

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CG Athletics Champs

Congratulations to the Fourways Red team on having four out of four wins in the SACEE Preliminary Rounds. They have four rounds to go and we wish them the best of luck. The tournament is happening entirely online amongst 70 schools.

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HOOL FROM FOURWAYS HIGH SC Congratulations on being selected as a leader at your school. What are you looking forward to the most during your term as leader? I am looking forward to starting processes that will be beneficial for our school and community at large, while working with the student body to help change the school for the better and to be a leader who follows through with projects that I have started. What are your strengths and weaknesses? I am good at inspiring change where opportunities to do so make themselves apparent and I am open to being advised or criticized in a way that will improve my skills as a leader. My weaknesses include procrastination which I aim to change soon. What do you love the most about your school? The opportunities that are available to all the students in the school in any aspect of life whether they are academics, athletes, performers or entrepreneurs. These opportunities help us grow and shape us for a better future. Matric is your final year, from an academic point of view, what are you aiming for? I am aiming for a consistent A average and to get at least 6 distinctions at the end of the year.

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What will your message of encouragement be for your prefects/ co-leaders? Leadership only works if we do, therefore it is important for us to be who we are and try our best to unite and give the student body the results that they know we have the potential to produce.

Congratulations on being selected as a leader at your school. What are you looking forward to the most during your term as leader? I am looking forward to continuing being a good ambassador for Fourways High School and serving the school to the best of my ability whilst still having fun.

Who is your role model? Winnie Madikizela-Mandela because she is the embodiment of the word resilient, even after everything she went through in life she stayed strong and was still able to inspire people with the hope that a better tomorrow exists. Her life story has taught me that something might seem impossible to do but it can always be done so I should never stop trying to achieve it.

Is there anything you would like to change at your school? My vision for the coming year is built on 3 pillars. Respect, responsibility and unity. Nothing can ever change without respecting each other, even though you may disagree with one another. We as students need to take responsibility for our own actions. I would also like to create unity by binding the gap between students and teachers. I would like to encourage all students to participate in school activities over and above the normal academic day.

What are your plans after matric in 2022? In 2022 I plan to go to university to study towards becoming a forensic accountant in the years to come. If you could be any superhero, who would you be and why? Wonder Woman because she is a pure feminist who refuses to have herself underestimated by men simply because she is woman. She is the opposite of the stereotypical expectation of a woman, she is strong and independent which means she fights back instead of being silent.

What do you love the most about your school? I love the people and the friendships that I have developed at my school. Matric is your final year, from an academic point of view, what are you aiming for? I would like to achieve 3 distinctions and get an overall average of 75%.

What will your message of encouragement be for your prefects/ co-leaders? Always strive to do better, go all in every day, and be better than you were yesterday. Who is your role model? Roger Federer. What are your plans after matric in 2022? To study at a University and to continue playing hockey. If you could be any superhero, who would you be and why? The Flash because of his ability to time travel and run as quick as lightning. On a regular Saturday, you will find me at…with… On a regular Saturday, you will find me at hockey with my hockey mates. Who is your Hollywood celeb crush? Madelyn Cline.


Virtual sport series to showcase national school talent “The Showcase is a concept that was born during the Covid-19 pandemic and has grown to the first of its kind talent identification platform in South Africa”, says Gerhardi Odendaal, CEO of Old School Group, the host of The Showcase. “We designed this platform for athletes to improve their own ability at their own pace and to inspire kids that would not normally get the chance to showcase their talents to enter. Bobby Skinstad, Robbie Fleck and VanesMari Proudfoot have put their support behind this initiative and we are proud to combine their skills and knowledge, together with our industry specialists, within the programme”. The Showcase is a platform that gives school kids the opportunity to showcase their talent through sport-specific conditioning drills to determine speed, strength and skill level depending on the sport. Drills include the vertical jump, broad jump, sprinting, etc. and leaners submit the results of each test/showcase on the Showcase website and follow their results on a weekly leader board. The AWSUM School News platform and The Showcase recently came together to give kids from all over the country and all walks of life, irrespective of their background or status of the school they attend, the opportunity to compete against each other. “Think about it, for the first time ever a learner from HTS Middelburg can compete against a learner from Hoërskool Namakwaland in Springbok, so it made perfect sense to join this initiative”, says

Durandt van Zyl, CEO of AWSUM. “So many times, we see talent that gets lost in the crowds at schools. Now kids can enter and compete individually, and we present the best performers for contracting by talent seekers”.

The Showcase is a platform that gives school kids the opportunity to showcase their talent through sport-specific conditioning drills to determine speed, strength and skill level depending on the sport.

“Children between the ages of 12 and 18 can showcase their athleticism and fitness as part of this unique programme and make their talents visible to top recruiters. This also builds self-confidence and enables youngsters to perform on a broader platform to measure their performance against other learners across the country”, van Zyl concluded. For more info visit www.theshowcase.co.za

The 3 phased series consist of: Phase 1: 10-week period where learners will complete sport specific conditioning drills Phase 2: The top performing entries from Phase 1 will participate at a live event against each other and have the opportunity to showcase their talents in front of an audience of talent seekers, agents, varsity and high school recruiters, bursary givers, scouts and professional sports team coaches. Phase 3: A 4-day camp will allow players to develop skills and get tips from the best in the sports industry.

70 Athletes from schools in SA selected for sport showcase series, phase 2


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Who is your role model? My role model would have to be Alexandria OcasioCortez! She embodies every leadership quality there is – which is what I aspire to be like as well. She is open to listen to people, even if she opposes their ideologies in order to curate a middle

On a regular Saturday, you will find me at…with… Usually, you would find me at the NGO called Dream Girls where I talk and mentor girls who are not as fortunate as I am, and help them understand that they are loved and can achieve everything and anything they wish to do! However, because of the current pandemic, I’m finding myself in front of my books grinding hard as well as orchestrating family dance classes at home. Who is your Hollywood celeb crush? I’m head over heals for the Youtuber Kurtis Conner. His wit always gets me!

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Who is your Hollywood celeb crush? Lizzo – a strong black intelligent talent. No one is taking her down.

If you could be any superhero, who do you want to be and why? I would be Dr. Strange because I would be able to alter reality which is something that will definitely come in handy.

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What do you love the most about your school? Its culture and values.

On a regular Saturday, you will find me at…with…On a regular Saturday, you will find me out and about with my friends.

What will you message of encouragement be for your prefects/ co-leaders? Being yourself is the best leader you could be! The leadership title should not determine who you are but rather you should determine what the leadership position should be. You hold this position for a reason! Make yourself proud above all else! Lastly, remember that the best leaders never shy away from asking for help! Good luck!

What are your plans after matric in 2022? I plan on going to the University of British Colombia or The University of Calgary in Canada where I’ll be majoring in Sociology and minor in Theatre. If that doesn’t work out, I will grow and strengthen my music career from where it is today.

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If you could be any superhero, who would you be and why? My mom! A single mother will always be a superhero in my eyes.

What are your plans after matric in 2022? This answer changes faster than the temperature in Jo’burg – currently, Political Science with specific focus on entering the broadcasting world.

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Is there anything you would like to change at your school? I am consistently aware of who voted me in: the students. Therefore, I would like to instill, in the leadership team today and for years to come, a culture of accountability and responsibility.

Who is your role model? Barack Obama.

Congratulations on being selected as a leader at your school. What are you looking forward to the most during your term as leader? I am really looking forward to listening to many other different perspectives within my school. I feel that I have become so comfortable with the people around me and that I have not exposed myself to different ideologies. By doing so, I feel that I have limited myself from me experiencing and learning things that I could potentially use to create the ideal school, and even further, the ideal world.

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What will your message of encouragement be for your prefects/ co-leaders? We got this! Remember to breathe.

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What are your strengths and weaknesses? My weakness is – without a doubt – the lack of an ‘off switch’. I strive to embrace the moment and press hard on the accelerator but find it difficult to slow down. With each moment in leadership, I shall take cognisance of this and work to be patient and embrace the bigger picture. However, my strength is exactly that. Working hard and keeping the momentum up is paramount. Being organised is a must too!

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Keira Holland and Thomas Hunt participated in the SA Laser Run Championships that took place at Somerset College in Somerset West over the weekend (26-28 March). Our Bryanston Primary representatives had some great racing and did exceptionally well - we are very proud of them.

Somaan Khan played for the Bank All Star team won the LPL knock out Tournament over the Easter Holiday. Somaan played in 3 matches and his bowling performance was remarkable. He achieved the lowest economy overall 4.43 and took 4 crucial wickets.

Y SCHOOL FROM MONTROSE PRIMAR What is you most memorable cricket moment? Winning the Montrose Night Challenge.

What makes your team and school special? Our team and school are special because we have a lot of history and are famous for winning many events.

How did it feel to compete against other schools after the 2020 Covid restrictions? It felt great to get back to competitive cricket again.

What motivates you to always give your best? My teammates and the coach always motivate me to do my best.

How has your season been going thus far? It has not been great with both games being lost and bad performances.

Results: • Keira Holland u13 girls - 9th • Thomas Hunt u13 boys - 12th

Who is your cricket hero? Ben Stokes is my cricket hero.

Does leadership come naturally to you? A keen eye on field placements, rotating bowlers, identifying match situations? Yes, leadership does come naturally as I have captained some teams in the past and identifying key match situations is getting easier. What do you think about when you are at the crease? I think about how I can win the game for the team and hit the ball as far as I can.

Choose one: • Watching a T20, ODI or a Test match? ODI. • Energade, Steri Stumpi or Red Bull? Energade.

Who are your toughest opponents annually? Our toughest opponents are Rivonia because there’s always a 50/50 chance of one team beating the other one.

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Apart from cricket, what are your hobbies? I play video games with my friends, read books or go out with friends.

• Who is the best modern-day cricketer? AB de Villiers, Virat Kohli, Steve Smith or Ben Stokes? Ben Stokes

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BRESCIA HOUSE SCHOOL Top Achievers

Danielle Merchak 7 distinctions

Jessica Fearnhead 6 distinctions

Carla Ferreira 6 distinctions

Madison Hackney 6 distinctions

Taegan Hillary 6 distinctions

Stephanie Merchak 6 distinctions

Francesca Michael 6 distinctions

Nicole Daubern 5 distinctions

Genevieve Michael 5 distinctions

Tayla O’Brien 5 distinctions

Tyler Robus 5 distinctions

Zoya Sibiya 5 distinctions

Jenna Smithyman 5 distinctions

Simone Strijp 5 distinctions


BRYANSTON HIGH SCHOOL Pentathlon / Tetrathlon & Laser run

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Congratulations to our 10 Honours blazers recipients that received their white blazers for their Exceptional Academic Achievement at the end of their Grade 11 year. What an incredible achievement!

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Hritik Mitha 8 Distinctions

Gabriella Reis 8 Distinctions

Yeshikah Appavoo 7 Distinctions

Caitlin Jones 7 Distinctions

Kavya Kaushik 7 Distinctions

Alisha Mitha 7 Distinctions

Jayden Maistry 6 Distinctions

Olivia Key 6 Distinctions

Thiyara Naidoo 6 Distinctions

Avuyile Sigwebela 6 Distinctions

Equestrian Madison Polchet in Grade 8 had a lovely show this past Easter weekend at KPC! She walked away from the championship with an awesome double clear round! We are very proud of your passion and determination!

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Q & A with Jade Dreyer top achievers TRISTAN CZEKMANY HEAD FROM JEPPE HIGH SCHOOL

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Congratulations on being selected as a leader at your school. What are you looking forward to the most during your term as leader? I am looking forward to learning and growing with my fellow Jeppe brothers and to have a positive influence on all those around me.

What will your message of encouragement be for your prefects/ co-leaders? Do not change who you are now, you have achieved everything so far by being the person you are now. Stay true to yourself and people will follow in your footsteps.

Is there anything you would like to change at your school? Changing things in a school in one year is difficult, I would like to set the example to others and try fix the small things in order to make a better Jeppe.

Who is your role model? My dad.

What do you love the most about your school? The diversity and unity. At Jeppe there is the poor, the middle class, the rich, different races and cultures and yet no one cares. Matric is your final year, from an academic point of view, what are you aiming for? I am aiming to achieve an overall average of around 90% and gain acceptance into any university to study Aeronautical engineering.

What are your plans after matric in 2022? I hope to go straight to university and study Aeronautical engineering. If you could be any superhero, who would you be and why? Superman, he is the best out of them all and I always push myself to be the best. Who is your Hollywood celeb crush? Madelyn Cline.

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FROM TRINITYHOUSE RAN Congratulations on being selected as a leader at your school. What are you looking forward to the most during your term as leader? I look forward to all of the aspects that are to come in the year ahead, ranging from creating friendships with many new people and helping others to things such as major events like the Matric Dance. I also look forward to a brighter future in regard to the COVID-19 pandemic. I look forward to seeing how we adapt and overcome this hurdle that has been hindering us for a long time.

What do you love the most about your school? I would say the people and the bonds formed with those people at Trinity – whether it be a teacher or a fellow pupil. The bonds I have created truly have greatly impacted me as a person as they arise from the beautiful ethos that Trinity represents as a school. Who is your Hollywood celeb crush? Alexandra Daddario.

What are your plans after matric in 2022? I would like to go to university; however I am not sure what I would like to study. I do know that I will work extraordinarily hard so that one day I will be successful. I want to make sure that I make the most out of my life, doing everything I can do as well as being happy while doing it. What will you message of encouragement be for your prefects/ co-leaders? My message is simple – Enjoy every little bit of the journey. Time goes by so quickly and sometimes we do not live in the moment and take in what is around us, so therefore I would encourage others to make the most out of the year as well as to get involved where possible.

Who is your role model? I am not sure who my role model is in particular, as there have been many amazing people with strong personalities that have been majorly influential in my life. As well as many well-known people who have also played a part in how I live my life. I think it is important to take note of the best qualities from different individuals. Matric is your final year, from an academic point of view, what are you aiming for? I am aiming for an average of above 85% as well as 7 distinctions, which I hope to achieve but will have to work hard to obtain.

KRUGERSDORP HIGH SCHOOL Top Achievers

Brandon Joubert 6 Distinctions

Puseletso Monotoe 6 Distinctions 96% for Economics

Londiwe Shabalala 5 Distinctions

Rebecca Victor 5 Distinctions

Nhlamulo Mahange 5 Distinctions

Katlego Magano 5 Distinctions

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LAERSKOOL KRUGERSDORP-NOORD Seunsatleet van die jaar 2020

Redenaarswenners

Michael Nel (o/12 in 2020) was aangewys as seunsatleet van die jaar vir 2020. Hy het die beste presteer in hekkies.

Nuwe hoofseun-en dogter 2021 aangewys tydens ons spesiale leierinhuldiging in 2020.

Zelné Jonker Graad 1 wenner

Leandri Myburgh Graad 3 wenner

Michael Nel

Hoofleiers 2021

Simoné Waldick Graad 2 wenner

Dian van Heerden Graad 4 wenner

Caylee Jonker Graad 6 wenner

Tasché van den Berg Graad 5 wenner

Isabella van der Walt Graad 7 wenner

JJ Basson & Mincke Mostert

LAERSKOOL KENMARE Junior Redenaars

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Lienka Joubert, Symone Venter, Elanè Victor, Lani Coetzer

Ilanie Kruger, Leanè Malherbe, Chantel Wentzel, Janke Marais, Chenelle van der Watt, Kayla Lombard, Erin Engelhart, Danielle van der Merwe, Michelle van Rensburg, Terra Leigh Coetzer, Chanelle de Swardt


LAERSKOOL MILLENNIUM PRIMARY 2021 Leaders

Confidence Masuluke

Lesego Tom

Oratile Morubane

Kailey Julius

Luyanda Dumezweni

Phenyo Chokoe

Karabo Phago

Kelebogile Khoza

Mamello Mokegheti

Reamohetse Mokoena

Kgantsho Wesi

Neo Maake

Thabo Moleme

Kopamo Nchabeleng

Ntsako Baloyi

Tian Wisse

Kumnkani Manana

Ofentse Sigwebela

Tshaimo Khunou

Tshepang Mafatlha

Lesedi Kubjana

Oratile Dumelakgosi

Tshiamo Moeti

LAERSKOOL MULDERSDRIF Redenaars 2021

Voor: Evert van der Merwe – Gr. 2, Mieke van der Merwe – Gr. 3, Brigitte Olivier – Gr. 6 en Jacques Bakkes – Gr. 1. Agter: Luke Joyce – Gr. 5, Verné Bakkes – Gr. 6, Deoné Mouton – Gr. 7, Miandé van der Merwe – Gr. 6 en Ben Cilliers – Gr. 5. Afwesig: Alexa Kieser – Gr. 2 en Milla Kieser – Gr. 4.


HOËRSKOOL NOORDHEUWEL KSA National Championships

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Marissa Schoombie het die naweek deelgeneem aan die "KSA National Childrens, cadets and Juniors Championships" in Durban. Sy het 3de plek behaal en het 'n brons medalje verower. Sy neem deel aan die Cadets, 14-15 jaar dogters, 54kg+ afdeling. Baie geluk!

Noordheuwel se landlopers is kookwater! NORIES se atlete het ‘n puik vertoning gelewer tydens die NWU Super 16 of beter bekend as die NWU PRESTIGE reeks op Dinsdag 13 April by Potchefstroom Gimnasium se sportterrein. Die kompetisie was in ‘n aflos formaat, waar elkeen van die 4 atlete ‘n 2 km hardloop. Veral die juniors het baie beïndruk waar 7 van die 8 nog 0/14’s is. Die junior meisies eindig algeheel 3de. By die seniors eindig die meisies 5 de en seuns 4de. Beide afdelings juniors en seniors eindig algeheel 5 de in die baie sterk kompetisie! Die prestasies voorspel ‘n mooi landloopseisoen vir die atlete in NORIELAND!

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Norieatlete skitter tydens die S.A. Atletiek kampioenskappe! Noordheuwel se atlete het behoorlik “geblink” tydens die S.A. Kampioenskappe in die Paarl. Nories se 12 atlete wat aan 19 items deelgeneem het, het by die 13 geleenthede onder die top 8 plekke in die land ge-eindig, wat verseker ‘n skitter prestasie is. Die NORIES verower 2 goue, 1 silwer en 2 brons medaljes. Ons trots was Miguel Correira Do Ribeiro 1ste Gewigstoot (19.34m), Jenomo Luiters 1 ste 4x100m aflos (44.51sek), J.L. van Rensburg 2de Gewigstoot (18.36m), Jean Botha 3de Diskus (52.71m) en Marceghlle Wakefield 3de 800m (2:00.67). Vanjaar was ‘n uiters moeilike jaar wat die Nories met beide hande aangegryp het! Julle maak ons BAIE trots!! #SportIsOnsPassie

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Dané Herselman Hoofdogter

Ruewan Henning Hoofseun

Ethan Barker Onderhoofseun

Alexander Galatis Onderhoofseun

LAERSKOOL BEKKER PRIMARY Netball Part of the D2 Netball team. She will go to the JOMO trials on 19 April.

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HOËRSKOOL BEKKER Presteerders

Christo Martin Hoofseun

Inezka Rademan Hoofdogter

Westley Nielsen Matrikulant Klas van 2020

Reynard Wisse 5 onderskeidings

Lethabo Maseko Matrikulant Klas van 2020

Neontle Nhlabathi Matrikulant Klas van 2020

Thabani Kunene Matrikulant Klas van 2020

Reysen Govender Matrikulant Klas van 2020


LAERSKOOL PROTEARIF Redenaars Baie geluk aan al ons redenaar-deelnemers met julle uitstekende uitslae. Geluk aan ons graadwenners: Gr. 1 - Regardt Coeren Gr. 2 - Dané de Waal Gr. 3 - Ruan Hoffman Gr. 4 - Kaylie du Plessis Gr. 5 - Arno Viviers Gr. 6 - Danielle Montgomery Gr. 7 - Daniel Esterhuizen

Baie geluk ook aan die volgende leerders wat saam met bogenoemde deurdring na ATKV-uitdunne: * Hayley Vermaak * Juané Smith * Angeline Boonzaaier

LAERSKOOL ROODEKRANS Hoofleiers 2021

Onderhoofseuns: Ruwan Smith, Tristan Helmand. Hoofseun: Steph Jooste. Hoofdogter: Anika Begemann, Onderhoofmeisies: Lara Erasmus, Jenna Cronje.


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FROM CURRO KRUGERSDO Congratulations on being selected as a leader at your school. What are you looking forward to the most during your term as leader? I’m looking forward to making Curro a place like home. What are your strengths and weaknesses? My strengths are; very outgoing, supportive and assisting those in need, and active. My weaknesses; public speaking. Is there anything you would like to change at your school? I would like to establish new cultures and traditions and build onto our existing ones. What do you love the most about your school? We are determined to achieve what we want to achieve, and better ourselves as learners and leaders.

If you could be any superhero, who do you want to be and why? Batman, because he is smart and challenges your thinking when he’s in combat. On a regular Saturday, you will find me at…with… On a regular Saturday, you will find me at the gym with myself only. Who is your Hollywood celeb crush? Jorja Smith. Pick one: • Netball, rugby, cricket, or hockey? Rugby. • Cappuccino, hot chocolate, or tea? Hot Chocolate. • Braai with friends or takeaways? Braai with friends. • Binge watching series or a live music festival? Live music festival. • Android or iOS? Android.

What will you message of encouragement be for your prefects/ co-leaders? Do not dwell on your dreams and forget to live, life is too short, that is why you should make every second count.

Congratulations on being selected as a leader at your school. What are you looking forward to the most during your term as leader? During my term I hope to create an impeccable school environment by building an immaculate spirit, impressive traditions, and a resilient sense of unity.

Who is your role model? Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.

What are your strengths and weaknesses? My strengths include listening well to others, being organized, a good planner and a strong contributor to any task.

On a regular Saturday, you will find me at…with… On a regular Saturday, you will find me at home with my siblings.

Is there anything you would like to change at your school? I would like to establish new cultures and traditions and build onto our existing ones. What do you love the most about your school? The learners due to their distinctive personalities and incredible drive. What will you message of encouragement be for your prefects/ co-leaders? Work together. Matric is going to be tough and our duties will be tedious at times but with support for each other, will come tremendous relief and help.

Who is your role model? My dad.

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If you could be any superhero, who do you want to be and why? Black Panther. What’s there not to like about a rich culturally inclined, intelligent leader and hero.

Who is your Hollywood celeb crush? Michael B Jordan definitely. Pick one: • Netball, rugby, cricket, or hockey? Hockey. • Cappuccino, hot chocolate, or tea? Cappuccino. • Braai with friends or takeaways? Braai with friends. • Binge watching series or a live music festival? Binge watching series. • Android or iOS? iOS.

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Allegretto Eisteddfod Chloe Niemann is die nasionale wenner by die Allegretto Eisteddfod Nasionale Gala geleentheid in die Afrikaanse kategorie van die vokale afdeling en deel die toekenning as nasionale wenner vir Film. Ons is geweldig trots op hierdie pragtige prestasies!

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