Yet another year has flown by. I continue to be extremely proud to be a part of our fine school, its willing learners, dedicated educators, hardworking secretaries and cleaning staff, co-operative parents and supportive, professional Governing Body. I wish to take this opportunity to thank all role-players most sincerely for their varied and valued input during the course of this year. The success of the school and its learners in 2014 can only be certain if all continue in this vein next year. Sincerest best wishes are extended to all learners and their parents who leave Rand Park Primary at the end of this year. To those travelling away on holiday – enjoy your vacation. To those returning next year, have a wonderful rest and return refreshed and full of vigour in 2015. Best wishes to all for a merry, blessed and peaceful festive season.
CLEANERS’ CHRISTMAS HAMPERS
A sincere word of thanks from our groundstaff for the generous donations made towards their Christmas hampers. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.
COMPULSORY SCHOOL FEES – 2015
The school fee tariff for next year 2015, will be R7 400 per learner per year and may be paid over 10 months.
Payments may be made in cash, by cheque or via electronic banking. The school’s banking details are as follows: Standard Bank, Northcliff, Current Account Number 002954494, Branch Code 006305. Please use your child’s full name as reference.
SCHOOL OPENING 2015
Wednesday 14 January 2015.
Would those of you wishing to make a cash sponsorship donation (to assist indigent parents/learners to pay a portion of the 2014 school fees), please ensure that you indicate clearly on the cheque, deposit slip, Internet banking or envelope, that the amount is for SPONSORSHIP (SCHOOL FEES).
The staff would be most grateful for the donation of these items for next year.
MY SCHOOL CARD
Please remember to support our business partners on a regular basis. We have received R56 615.81 this year.
Will not be issued to learners next year – 2015 if they did not return all their text books this year – 2014. Missing/lost text books require a payment of R150 per book, to the school.
Engraving R1 561, general admin R 953 and hardware R 570.
There are a number of important inserts in the Learner Report envelopes. Parents must please read them carefully.
Please note that the Bargain Bin will be open on Tuesday 13th January 2015 from 9:00 – 10:00.
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ACADEMIC PRIZE WINNERS: Congratulations to the following learners who received academic awards.
GRADE 1: Jordan Lowery, Teresha Nyar, Joshua Rouquette,Sipho Sifiniza, Juliet Yeatman, Storm Brown, Hannah Chisenga, Liel Naidoo, Nkosana Nkosi, Relebogile Seloko, Godfrey Khuvutlu, Zachary Koch, Dylan Mycroft, Kayleigh Rautenbach, Ofentse Seletisha, Matthew Burgess, Xolile Masuku, Chloe Matthew, Christian Naudé and Zoë Salzwedel.
Most Improved Learners 2014: Brandon Kirkbride, Onakho Malapane, Jayden Cartwright, Robyn Rankine, Daniella Mendes, Aaaron Wagner, Misha Moodaley and Lerato Sedupane.
GRADE 2: Kamangu Chipowe, Megan Freese, Kiyana Seyedbagheri, Shruti Singh, Caitlyn Smith, Jordan Abraham, Danica Bradshaw, Skyla Koch, Kristen Leggett, Luke Marcus, Dominic De Billot, Tiyah Hurribunce, Anastasia Louw, Johané Olivier, Khanyisile Siluma, Erin Gilbert, Jasmitha Govender, Natasha Moyo, Marc Smith and Taylor Smith.
Most Improved Learners 2014: Jaimie-Leigh Davison, Ricky Musoko, Jenna Loos, Samkelisiwe Mbatha, Michaela Pretorius, Lia Tyrer, Emily Beukes and Lesedi Maboa.
GRADE 3: Kelly Anderssen, Cuan Assad, Kaitlyn Carlson, Akiria Chetty, Liyah Doyle, Keaton Armstrong, Tristan Erler, Jessica Hodgson, Ezekiel Thomas, Loren Willis, Tyra Dunkin, Rachel Du Plessis, Meleza Masiza, Thomas Thöle, Aimee Young, Thomas Anderssen, Jade Erler, Cian Hoban, Makayla Rahme and Nicole Thomani.
Most Improved Learners 2014: Christopher Lloyd, Lee-Ann Makurumidze, Tyla Mitchell, Shriav Sudammah, Lake Moodley, Botlhale Phora, Joy Chiemeka and Katelyn Intaka.
GRADE 4: Rhys Meyer, Ethan Wilke, Caley Fauconier, Shannon Chisanga, Heinz Klingenberg, Kemaiya Govender, Annwen Crompton, Kieran Miller, Caelan Niemand, Genevieve De Billot, Tyne Rouquette, Marco Paximadis, Tinotenda Marimira, Rhys Potter, Ryan Millard, Declan Hugo, Arya Naidoo, Tyla Wright, Jayden Gouws and Nicole Wallett.
GRADE 5: Kimishca Naidoo, Monique Nieuwenhuizen, Gareth Marsden, Rasika Murugan, Sharzia Nana, Siddhi Singh, Dean Ramsay, Tanya Freese, Daisy Ndebele, Camaryn Moussa, Jonathan Chisenga, Terrence Broomberg, Ciara Lee, Jordan Du Plessis, Bilal Alli, Grant Paterson, Lerise Kaldenberg, Hannah Desmet, Caitlin Hutchinson and Thandolwethu Khuvutlu.
GRADE 6: Michael Burgess, Daniell Van Der Merwe, Starrion Fenn, Robyn Clark, Katherine Collier, Jade Benney, Jenna Van Niekerk, Chad Elliot, Denaé Naidoo, Sarah-Leigh Stanton, Letlhogonolo Bianca Liebenberg, Kyra Wilke, Kimeshan Naidoo, Hayden Millard, Prashanthi Naidoo, Christy Martin, Ngiyabonga Manana, Suzette Klingenberg, Dylan Lloyd and Kamohelo Maphiri.
GRADE 7: Cheyenne Moodley, Megan Shannon, Channing Du Plessis, Connor Houston, Phoebe Redelinghuys, Tinodaishe Mupanemunda, Kayla Knotzer, Kevell Umrao, Matthew Baker, Jason Wilson, Gabriella Smith and Jason Muka.
English: 1st Cheyenne Moodley, 2nd Megan Shannon.
Afrikaans: 1st Samantha Thomas, 2nd Channing Du Plessis.
Mathematics: 1st Sandra Grasilovic, 2nd Cheyenne Moodley.
Natural Science: 1st Megan Shannon, 2nd Cheyenne Moodley.
Economic Management Sciences: 1st Cheyenne Moodley, 2nd Megan Shannon.
Technology: 1st Megan Shannon, 2nd Connor Houston.
Creative Arts: 1st Connor Houston, 2nd Megan Shannon.
Life Orientation: 1st Cheyenne Moodley, 2nd Megan Shannon.
Social Sciences: 1st Megan Shannon, 2nd Cheyenne Moodley.
DUX SCHOLAR: Cheyenne Moodley.
SUMMIT TROPHY: Samantha Thomas and Megan Shannon.
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HONEYDEW DRAPERS SCHOOL WEAR: Honeydew Shopping Centre, c/o Beyers Naude & Blueberry Streets, (011) 795-1617. Miss the back to school rush and buy your summer uniform now!
KIP McGRATH HOMEWORK CENTRE: Is offering homework supervision, preparation for exams, Kip McGrath remedial/advanced teaching included, supply meals, safe environment, and progress reports every three months. Open during school holidays from 7am – 6pm. We also offer you an excellent track record and outstanding materials. Contact Shereen for a free assessment on 071 685 5354 or visit www.kipmcgrath.co.za
PLAY PLAY HOUSE: Save R6000 on nursery school fees for 2015! (est 1995) 72 Mimosa Rd Randpark Ridge has place for children 3 months to 6 years (Grade R). Mon – Fri 6.30am – 6.00pm. Secure safe quiet neighbourhood, close to Randpark Primary. Full stimulation programme, learning through play, nutritional meals. Contact (011) 792-0660 or e-mail email@example.com or visit www.playplayhouse.co.za.
MERCY’S KIDZ TRANSPORT: Reliable and affordable rates, pick up and drop off. Areas: Randparkridge, Weltevreden, Boskruin, Sundowner. E-mail Mercy on firstname.lastname@example.org or contact her on 079 922 9858.