Monday, September 23, 2019

PAHS old boys rugger tougher than the rest

FOUNDERS FUN: A combined 43 Air School and Stenden South Africa rugby team went down 72 – 12 to the Port Alfred High School...

How to avoid being eaten by a crocodile

London-based crocodile expert Dr Simon Pooley is back in Africa to save scores of schoolchildren and fishermen from the jaws of one of the...

PAHS derby day against Alexander Road

Continuing with the Port Alfred High School Founders Day celebrations of August 18, PAHS held a derby day at the school fields on Saturday hosting...

Diamond Jubilee celebration for Kenton Primary School

LAST Saturday saw Kenton Primary School celebrate its 60th year in operation with activities such as the Goose Gala at Bushman’s River last Friday,...

Port Alfred High School celebrates 134 Years!

The PAHS community celebrates its origin at a special Founders Day assembly in August each year. Friday, August 18 was a great opportunity for...

Kuyasa matrics dazzle on the red carpet

Grade 12 pupils at Kuyasa Combined School, Nemato, were dressed to the nines last week Thursday and walking the red carpet like Hollywood celebrities...

Clarendon crowned schoolgirls hockey champions

Clarendon High from East London became the new SPAR Eastern Cape Schoolgirls Hockey Challenge champions when they defeated York High in the final at...

El Shaddai hosts its first Matric Dance

HOSTING the Grade 12s at The Dunes for the El Shaddai matric dance on Saturday evening were, from left, JJ de Lange and his...

Kenton going for a win

Kenton Primary School took on PJ Olivier U11 rugby XV at Saturday morning's sports day and had the crowd shouting from the sidelines as the...

Busy weekend for El Shaddai

WITH it very first Matric Dance happening on Saturday evening, El Shaddai Christian Academy also held its Grade 4 to 6 Entrepreneurs Day on...

U14 Hockey Tournament at DSG this weekend

The Diocesan School for Girls (DSG) in Grahamstown is hosting an U14 Hockey Tournament this weekend. Teams from as far afield as George, Paarl and...

Countdown to PAHS founder’s day

PORT Alfred High School headmaster Clive Pearson reminded one and all during Monday’s assembly that the school will celebrate its 134th birthday on Friday...

Archers on target

Port Alfred youngsters get top combined scores at latest competition OUTSTANDING marksmanship was the order of the day at the most recent National Archery in...

Good results at PAHS

Archery Port Alfred High School archers participated in the Inter-Schools Archery Competition hosted by El Shaddai at the Port Alfred Country Club last Saturday.  Francois...

Kuyasa Combined School honours academic top achievers

Earlier today, Kuyasa Combined School teachers and pupils celebrated academic achievement of pupils from Grade 1- 12 in the Titi Jonas Hall. "Thank you to...

How to make a kid from rural Eastern Cape the equal of a Sandtonite

Government should consider teaching subjects in indigenous languages or be strengthening the learning of English if it wants to improve results in basic education‚...

School Governing Bodies not getting enough support from government: SGB associations

BY NOMAHLUBI JORDAAN School Governing Bodies (SGBs) should be getting more support from government as they are “overburdened” with work that is beyond their capabilities. This...
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Senior archers go for the bulls eye

The latest inter-schools archery competition was held at the Port Alfred Country Club this morning. Pupils from East London and Port Elizabeth joined our...
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Junior archers tackle 3D targets

The latest inter-schools archery competition was held at the Port Alfred Country Club this morning. Pupils from East London and Port Elizabeth joined our...
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Fun at Alexandria colour run

Some final fun with powder paint at the Alexandria Christian Academy Colour Run this morning. As well as pupils and parents, the event attracted...

No schools for 2 000 disabled Eastern Cape kids

More than 2000 disabled children in the Eastern Cape are out of school due to the shortage of special needs schools in the province,...

PAHS set to make a difference in third term

DEPUTY headmaster of Port Alfred High School (PAHS), Ian Knott-Craig, launched the third term with the campaign entitled “Who I Am Makes a Difference.” In...

How teens can make the right subject choices

Over the next few months, Grade 9s will have to choose the subjects they want to pursue from Grade 10, until they write their...

DSG pupils knit for community secret scarf mission

Under the management and assistance of Sandra Nagel, Diocesan School for Girls pupils have been enthusiastically knitting scarves for this very creative community project....

St Andrews produces four rowers for SA Junior Squad

St Andrew’s College is delighted to announce that four of their rowers have been selected for the South African Junior National Squad which will...

#LearningCurve: Giving little ones a solid foundation

Khula Kids Playschool owner Kelly Ferreira with the children she supervises at her Main Road, Walmer premises Picture: Brian Witbooi Kelly Ferreira’s Khula Playschool a great...

School staff crisis ‘heading for court’

Huge backlog should be addressed according to need, not budget, warns Gade The Eastern Cape Department of Education is putting itself at risk of court...

Education department wants to drop compulsory maths for accounting pupils

The Department of Education wants to remove maths as a compulsory subject for pupils studying accounting until matric, writes Katharine Child. The department has gazetted...

Science whiz-kid? Head for Grahamstown!

Organisers of the South African National science festival (Scifest Africa) that brought you a science journey of a lifetime earlier this year are at...

School hockey thriving in Grahamstown

GRAHAMSTOWN school hockey players excelled at the various inter provincial tournaments during the school holidays. There were numerous highlights. On the coaching side, Kingswood’s Mziyanda...
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