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Outstanding Achievements

WP Golf

Congratulations and well done Nikita Bossr for representing Normies in WP Golf.

WP Acrobatics

Congratulations and well done Lara  and Lauren Du Plessis for making the WP Acrobatics team.

WP Pool & Cricket

Congratulations and well done, Rushin Daniels and Aqeelah Johaadien for making the WP Pool & Cricket teams!

WP Touch Rugby

Congratulations and well done:  Indigo Ravens, Alyssa van der Merwe, Taahira Khan, Jenna Stuurman, Nuhaa Martin, Taylor Fernandez for making the WP Touch Rugby team.

MATRIC PRIZE GIVING AND VALEDICTORY

On Friday, 14 October, Norman Henshilwood High School celebrated its Matric Prize Giving and Valedictory. It was a day of mixed emotions: the Matrics were excited, yet sad to see their school career coming to an end. A sense of finality, hopeful about the future and sentimentally reflecting on the past five years, warmed the heart of each Matriculant.

Our guest speaker was Andrew Tucker, a past pupil from SACS, who was the top Matriculant in the country in 2015. His inspirational words of encouragement resonated with all our pupils. Many a tear was shed during the farewell address of the Chairlady of the School Council, Siphokuhle Mabika.

After the ceremony, the Matriculants gathered on stage to sing their farewell song. After that the entire audience left the hall to form a Guard of Honour along the driveway to wish our Matriculants a final farewell.

Kayleigh Peterson, Jadon Gideon and Taylor Fernandez

Congratulations to Kayleigh Peterson and Taylor Fernandez, both girls represented the WP u/17 girls touch rugby team over the weekend of the 7-9 of October in the Junior Inter Provincial Tournament.

Jadon Gideon was selected from the western province hockey union to represent Pinnacle Sports Tours who help players to gain contracts overseas. Jadon went to Amsterdam during the school holidays. His team played 4 games, winning 2 of them. Quite an achievement!

Gershon Waverley

Congratulationd to Gershon Waverley, he is nominated achiever of the week for making it into the Western Province Junior Debating Team.

Erin Johnston & Sithembele Dotwana

The Achiever of the Week Awards goes to two pupils who were selected to participate in the Hectic Nine 9 Takeover Campaign. Not only were these two chosen amongst hundreds of applicants, but they were part of the 25 who created a live show. Erin Johnston was the Editor who worked  with the creative aspects of videos, while  Sithembele Dotwana was the Studio Producer in charge of the entire team.

“Being in the Hectic Takeover campaign has put the interns on an exciting path that could lead to some great opportunities when applying for tertiary institutions next year,” said Erin Johnston

Jarryd Snyman & Ferial Daniels

The Achiever of the Week Award goes to Jarryd Snyman who has been selected to participate at the SA Short Course Swimming Championships taking place in Pietermaritzburg from 25-28 August 2016. Congratulation to Ferial Daniels who competed in the “Battle of the Giants” competition in Gauteng and was placed first out of thirty dancers in the 16 and over category.

Annual SACEE Forum Discussions

On Wednesday 10 August, five learners from grade 11 competed in the annual forums held by the South African Council for English Educators hosted at Herschel Girls’ High School. Hoeyaam Allie, Declan Griebelaar, Kerstin Lee, Danielle Opperman and Shameez Thomas (pictured) discussed the topic “Is learning in a school environment completely necessary?”

The team placed third out of four schools, with Herschel grabbing top spot. The Settlers High and Sans Souci Girls’ High also competed. Well done to our team!