Summer Music Memories: Sunset Concert 2014

A glorious summer’s evening at the John Baxter Amphitheatre as the audience settled down to be entertained by the musical talents of Wynberg Boys’ High & Junior and Wynberg Girls’ High School bands. A full programme of performances by the Steel & Big Bands was rounded off by the combined sounds of the Wynberg Campus Concert Band under […]

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Steel Band Evening, Friday 24 October 2014

Join us for an evening of thrilling Steel Pan music showcasing the talents of all five Steel Bands at Wynberg. The evening marks the final performance of the award winning 2014 Senior Steel Band and the first public performance of the Grade 8 band. The evening offers audiences an opportunity to see where the boys […]

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On October 22nd, 2014, posted in: Alumni, Archive, Culture, Music, News, Steel Band, Students by

Prefects for 2015 Announced

Wynberg congratulates and wishes our 2015 Prefects the very best for the year ahead. Head Prefect: Almero Prinsloo Deputy Head Prefect and Sports Prefect:  Gareth Ramsay PORTFOLIOS      Academics: Jatin Parbhoo Communications & Organisation: Junaid Ismail Culture: Micaiah Christopher RCL: Sisipho Fongoqa Service: Liam Arendse HOUSE PREFECTS De Villiers: Taurieq Pearson De Waal: Farai Gwanyanya […]

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Final Results & Photos: Jamie Tindill Memorial Chess Tournament 2014

The final two rounds of the Jamie Tindill Memorial Chess Tournament took place on Monday 4 August in the Wynberg Library. Herzlia were too strong for Pinelands and won 13 -3 while Rondebosch and Wynberg played a thrilling duel, finally decided on the last match with Rondebosch edging out the host team 10 – 6. […]

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Wynberg at the Shakespeare Schools Festival, 30 July 2014

Wynberg Boys’ Acting Association Teacher in charge:      Mrs K Filinova-Bruton The WBAA, in association with Wynberg Girls’ High is a Drama Society open to all pupils who attend Wynberg Boys or Girls’ High, grades 8 – 12. This year’s WBAA will be taking part in Shakespeare Schools Festival for the 5th time, since WBHS […]

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Results: Jamie Tindill Memorial Chess Tournament

“This Tournament serves to keep alive the memory of one of Wynberg’s best Chess players who died tragically while still at school. Jamie was a wonderful young man who had just been appointed as a Prefect at the end of his grade 11 year in 2007 but drowned during the December holidays. He was held […]

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On July 30th, 2014, posted in: Archive, Chess, Culture, News, Recent Highlights, Societies by

Wishing our Muslim Families a Blessed Eid Mubarak

Thousands of Muslims around South Africa gathered on Sunday evening  for the first sighting of the moon to herald the end of the holy month of Ramadan. The sighting of the new moon brings to a close the month long fast. Ramadan is the month in which the Qur’an, the holy book was revealed to the Prophet […]

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June eMag & Winter Cricket Tour Diary now online

Wynberg’s quarterly online magazine, our June edition ‘eMag’, is now available for PC users and our online Winter Cricket Tour Diary carries the daily match updates and social media links from our cricketers in Gauteng. Wynberg’s eMag – Headmaster Mr Richardson writes: “This is the second quarterly Online Magazine produced by Pat Rogers, our school librarian. It is a most extensive […]

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Campus Concert: Clegg Hall, 24 June 2014

Experience the Sound of Wynberg Music when the four Wynberg Schools come together in the Clegg Hall for another sell-out Campus Concert on Tuesday 24 June 2014.  Performances by the Cape Town Eisteddfod diploma-winning Big Bands, Concert & Steel Bands are set to ‘wow’ the audience from 19h00. Tickets (no charge) for this event are almost over […]

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On June 23rd, 2014, posted in: Archive, Choir, Concert Band, Culture, Jazz Band, Music, News, Steel Band by

Old Boy Dalin Oliver at National Arts Festival 2014

For those heading to Grahamstown this July for the National Arts Festival: be sure to book early for Old Boy Dalin Oliver’s one man show “I came, I taught, I left”. Dalin, Class of 2007, has carved out a career in Radio & Comedy (putting his teaching ambitions gently aside) and is a familiar face at […]

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