2015 Prefect Induction Ceremony – Photos

The Prefects’ Induction Ceremony symbolizes the handing of student leadership from one matric class to anotherÍľ outgoing prefects to incoming prefects, experienced leaders to developing ones. The ceremony started with a welcome by the headmaster, Mr Keith Richardson. Head Prefect 2014, Raythaan Addinall, gave his charge to the incoming prefects, the presentation of blazers commenced and the […]

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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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U15A on Tour: Report & Photos

vs Kearsney College (Declaration match) Kearsney batted first and scored 105 all out. Wynberg bowled out for 93. Match lost vs Maritzburg College (Declaration match) Maritzburg chose to bat and made 202 for 7 in 70 overs. Wynberg were 84 for 2 at end of play. Match drawn vs St Albans (50 over match) Wynberg […]

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On October 10th, 2014, posted in: Archive, Cricket, Galleries, News, Recent Highlights, Sport, Sport by

U14 Cricket on Tour: Full Match Reports

Match 1: Maritzburg College (declaration) Wynberg won the toss and asked Maritzburg College to bat hoping to eliminate the common threat of teams in reply closing up shop and playing for a draw during the afternoon session – to bat for the win should the opportunity present itself. It duly did and, despite Maritzburg College posting a competitive […]

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Grade 8 Service Project

Once again WBHS partnered with Living Hope for their annual Service Project. Two grade 8 classes were bussed to Capricorn Park on each day from the 29 September to the 2 October. The task this year was to paint the exterior of the Living Hope Centre as well as the interior and exterior of a […]

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Photos & Report: Interschools Maths Evening, 3 September 2014

On Wednesday evening the Clegg Hall was once again abuzz with the sound of 150 schoolchildren from seven different high schools across the Peninsula – this time they were tackling Maths problems, as a team, in a race to be the first to finish with the correct answer.  In another Wynberg first, the teams had […]

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Wynberg’s 175 Flag Presentation: Video & Photos

Founders’ Day 2014: The Wynberg 175 Flag was formally piped into the Clegg Hall by Pipe Major Charles Canning of the Cape Town Highlanders. where the Flag was presented to the School & Old Boys’ Union by Anthony Rowe & Khaalid Sahiem. The Charge as read out by Anthony Rowe: We, the matrics of 2014, give […]

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Rugby vs Bishops: Photos and Report

Wynberg vs Bishops, Saturday 16 August 2014 Wynberg’s Director of Rugby, Kevin Musikanth reports: A great day at Wynberg on Saturday in terms of another clean sweep for the A sides. Some really special rugby was on display against our local rivals. This is a great compliment to all coaches and players. Traditionally, of the Southern […]

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On August 17th, 2014, posted in: Alumni, Archive, Galleries, News, Recent Highlights, Rugby, Sport, Sport, Students by

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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