African Society Cultural Evening

Thursday 10 August 2017: Wynberg Boys High School hosted its annual African Society Cultural evening in the Clegg Hall – an evening full of delightful performances showcasing the talents of students from the various schools who took part. The evening started with a welcome from Mr Moser and our MCs, Inga Halu and Siya Plaaitjie, […]

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Women’s Day 2017: Celebrating our Women of Wynberg

Women’s Day has been celebrated on 9 August since 1995 to commemorate the march by about 20 000 South African women to the Union Buildings in 1956. It recognises the important and significant role that activism by women played during the struggle for liberation. – from www.gov.za Wednesday 9 August 2017: It is this strength […]

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Wynberg’s Health Tuck Shop Commitment

Friday 4 August 2017:  A healthy eating initiative has been launched by WBHS together with our friends at Feedem, the company behind almost all school catering. The project target – improve the nutritional value of the food available for the boys to buy. The school tuck shop snack and meal options for our boys will undergo a […]

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Farewell & Thanks! Calum Walsh, Our Scottish Gap Student Heads Home

Sunday 4 June 2017: Wynberg Boys’ High said farewell to Calum Walsh, our Gap student from George Watson’s College in Edinburgh. Calum writes: My time at Wynberg started in September 2016 and sadly these 9 months have gone as if it is now only mid-October of the same year. Wynberg life started in Littlewood Boarding […]

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Wynberg Conversations: House Renaming – the Consultative Process Begins

Friday 3 February 2017: as stated in the WBHS Weekly Newsletter of 20 January, the process of revisiting the names of our school houses within the scope of our Social Cohesion Programme has begun. Mr de Waal shares an open letter to our Wynberg Families: Dear Parents As mentioned in the previous newsletter the names […]

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Social Cohesion Project: Mr De Waal Addresses Racism & Social Media, and School House Names

Friday 20 January 2017, Headmaster, Mr De Waal writes to the Wynberg Family: Dear Wynberg Parents I am sure you are aware that it has not taken long for issues around the lack of racial, cultural and religious tolerance to raise its head at schools again. Whilst mutual understanding, respect, and empathy should be the […]

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Grade 10 Challenge: Being Your Best – Service & Self

Saturday 19 November: Wynberg’s Grade 10s set out on their personal ‘incredible journey’ across the Cederberg Mountains in the annual Challenge: a test of mind over body, teamwork, and team-building, connecting with nature, and pushing personal limits. At the end of their middle high school year, this year’s Grade 10s will tackle more than the […]

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