SCHOOLING IS SERIOUS
Adherence by learners to the School Rules as contained in the School Code of Conduct and as listed each week in this Newsletter, is serious business and non-negotiable. Learners need to know that there are always rules (whether they like them or not), and that they are to be obeyed (whether they want to or not). That’s life, and we are not in a position, as a civilised society, to decide which rules we will obey and those that we choose to ignore. Non-compliance with rules (both at home and at school), gives rise to anti-social, poor and criminal behaviour that is to manifest in our society today.
Parents have a responsibility to ensure that their children comply with ALL the school rules, thereby facilitating an environment of safety and order within the school, to the benefit of all the learners.
The school is looking for assistance from parents regarding prizes for our Golf Day. Notices did go out informing parents of the event. Please feel free to contact Mrs Correia at the school if you are able to assist.
SPRING DAY ASSEMBLY
It will be much appreciated if every learner could bring a small posy of flowers to the school Assembly on MONDAY 31 AUGUST as part of our community outreach programme. These flowers will be delivered to local Old Age Homes after our Spring Assembly. If there are any parents who are able to assist with these deliveries please contact the office on (011) 793-7434/5. This day will also be Civvies Day and those wishing to participate in this event must please donate R5 to the Grade 7 fund. Parents must ensure that learners who participate are dressed in an acceptable, decorous fashion. There is absolutely no compulsion to participate and those who wish not to do so, must wear their school uniform on this day.
There will be a two week transition period from 31 August to 11 September during which learners may choose to wear either the full Winter or full Summer uniform. From MONDAY 14 SEPTEMBER all learners must be dressed in the FULL SUMMER UNIFORM.
COMPULSORY SCHOOL FEES – 2015
The school fee tariff is R7 400 per learner .
Please ensure that a minimum of R5 920.00 (R740 x 8 months) has been paid by end of August in order to avoid being handed over to our debt collectors.
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.
To Declan Thompson on being selected to play for the JHB U13 Northwest cricket side.
The following athletes signigicatly improved their finishing positions: Joshua Dorland, Braden Gale, Wesley Van Wyk, Alex Zarkov, Aydin January, Thabo Kgotlagomana, Danica Wilken, Dimitri Batis, Hayden Millard and Kabelo Seleka. Well Done!
SCHOOL CODE OF CONDUCT
All learners are to abide by the provisions of the Code of Conduct and it is the parents’ responsibility to ensure compliance. Copies of the Code are available from the school secretary.
Learners undertake to have their homework diary signed, by a parent on a daily basis.
Would those of you wishing to make a cash sponsorship donation (to assist indigent parents/learners to pay a portion of the 2015 school fees), please ensure that you indicate clearly on the cheque, deposit slip, Internet banking or envelope, that the amount is for SPONSORSHIP.
Tuesday 1 September
Grade 4 – 7: Life Orientation / Life Skills
The Tuesday Group Test is very important as it makes up in Grade 4 – 6, 25% and in Grade 7, 60% of the term/year mark. Learners must attend school on Tuesdays.
- Talent Evening – Monday 21st September and Tuesday 22nd
- Thursday 24 September – Public Holiday
- Friday 25 September – School Holiday
Gardens and fields R1 500, hardware/maintenance/plumbing R5 146, Senior Phase books R2 916 and staff development R1 158.
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Please remember to support our business partners on a regular basis. We have received R41 428.37 to date.
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CHESS: Monday 31 August: RP vs Laerskool
Louw Geldenhuys (Away)
TENNIS: Tuesday 1 September: Junior boys vs King David Victory Park (Home)
ATHLETICS: Wednesday 2 September: (Home)
RUGBY: Saturday 29 August: King Edward VII Prep
CHESS: Rand Park played King’s School Robin Hills and lost 4 – 8.
ATHLETICS: 1st Meredale, 2nd Yeoville Boys/JHB Girls, 3rd Rand Park and 4th Crawford Lonehill.
TENNIS: Junior boys vs Parkview and won 26 – 2.
RUGBY: Open boys played Craighall and won 42 – 0, U11 boys played Reddam and won 4 – 3.
CROSS COUNTRY: On Thursday we ran at Albert’s Farm. The following athletes came in the top 30: Girls U8: Chloe Matthew cam 5th. Boys U10: James Shirley came 6th, Bailey Matthew came 12th, Tristan Erler came 19th and Jason Gaskin came 25th. Girls U10: Aimee Young came 17th. Girls U11: Erin Gaskin came 22nd and Kayla-Lee Dixon came 30th. Boys U12: Liam Walters came 13th. Girls U12: Lerise Kaldenberg came 15th. Boys U13: Kyle Viede came 7th. Girls U13: Shakira January came 13th. Boys U14: Kabelo Makgabo came 17th.
Parents must ensure that they sign the formal test on Tuesdays, Grade 4 – 7 each week.
Do not LITTER!!
Educators must ensure that they regularly report for duty and are punctual.
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