Primary

Times Tables!

Times Tables!

  This term we are starting to learn the times tables. Each times tables will be spaced over two weeks. At the end of the two weeks there will be a class test. Here are some helpful tips to help with the teaching of times tables. Use a multiplication table, you will find one in the front of their books.[Read More…]

by April 17, 2012 Grade 3
Gr 6 Camp

Gr 6 Camp

  Last week the Grade 6’s embarked on a three day camp at Mizpah campsite just outside of Grabouw. Our first stop was a visit to the Eskom Power Plant. Here the pupils learnt more about how electricity can be made. The pupils were shown a short dvd and Liesl, our hostess, was very informative. Next we arrived at the[Read More…]

by April 16, 2012 Grade 6

The Conflict Theme continues

Continuing with our conflict theme for the term, the Gr 6’s were given the task of watching or reading the news for a couple of weeks.  Discussions on the causes of conflict in Africa were very interesting. After collecting information and drawing up mind maps, we gathered in the hall where Mrs Williams led a detailed lesson on how to[Read More…]

by April 16, 2012 Grade 6
Buzzing with Excitement as we start Term Two

Buzzing with Excitement as we start Term Two

Grade Seven’s, believe it or not, were thrilled to be back at school. In our first CARE circle I posed the question “What are you grateful for?” Many mentioned being able to come to a “fun” school.   They loved their gift of a CD of Term One photographs and the treat is always enjoyed. One sweet child said “I[Read More…]

by April 13, 2012 Grade 7
Term Two Outings

Term Two Outings

Peer’s Cave (for Funscapes) – It’s off in search for possible hidden treasures in Peer’s Cave. We learn about the first humans who lived in the area and how they survived and hunted. There are even stories of discovered skulls and snakes – creepy. Sand dune Hike from the Sunbird Centre – With a qualified guide and Environmental Conservationist, we[Read More…]

by April 13, 2012 Grade 4
Term One EarlyAct

Term One EarlyAct

Thank you to all the parents and learners who sent in the Easter Eggs for our EarlyAct. We managed to decorate two big boxes and fill them with chocolate eggs. On the last day of the term they were delivered to a pre-primary school and an orphanage in Masiphumelele. They were very grateful for all the chocolate.

by April 13, 2012 Grade 3
Exploring and Discovering

Exploring and Discovering

There is much excitement for our term ahead. We will be learning about Pirates, Explorers and looking at different maps. There are a lot of fun outings too! For our Ignition Outing we will be visiting UWC (University of the Western Cape)  to discover more about Sport Science. The learners will also be researching about a famous explorer and completing[Read More…]

by April 13, 2012 Grade 3
Term Two is here!

Term Two is here!

The Grade One’s all arrived back at school this week and settled into their routine with ease. How they have grown! There was much excitement as they have all moved groups and are making new friends. Term Two has begun, it will be a term of fun!

by April 13, 2012 Grade 1
“Batty” about Term Two

“Batty” about Term Two

We are back at school and already working hard. The Grade Two children returned to school after a lovely Easter holiday, feeling  refreshed and ready to roll! To add to their excitement the Grade Two’s learnt that this term was all about batty bats, spectacular spiders and quiet caves! It did not take much encouragement for the boys to go out and[Read More…]

by April 13, 2012 Grade 2
Floating the Recyclable Boats

Floating the Recyclable Boats

On the final day of last term, the Grade Fives finally got the chance to float their boats. Braving the cold weather and water, the learners jumped into the school pool with great enthusiasm.  Most of the boats were pretty water resistant and made the journey across the pool.  Some boats were not so well constructed and sank.  What a[Read More…]

by April 12, 2012 Grade 5