WBHS Weekly Newsletter 30 November – 7 December 2012

FINAL WEEK OF TERM  It has been a most worthwhile last week of term as the boys have had an excursion with their houses, enjoyed a social sports day with WGHS girls – playing a variety of sports, and  competed fiercely in an Interhouse Cultural Day.  After a hectic term of exams, it was a […]

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WBHS Weekly Newsletter 23 – 30 November 2012

MAINTENANCE AROUND THE SCHOOL  A major water leak was detected recently in the pipes that run under the school building.  Understandably this is a design flaw of many years past. There are many unsightly holes around the buildings as we endeavour to ascertain the problem.  We have been informed by engineers that the entire water […]

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WBHS Weekly Newsletter 16 – 23 November 2012

PRIZES FOR SCHOOL RAFFLE Next year we are planning a school raffle and are in the process of sourcing high value item prizes. Should any parents have contacts for prizes they are willing to donate, please contact Jeanette Muller (jmuller@wbhs.org.za).   LOCKERS FOR 2013 Any boy, who currently occupies a locker, may now renew his […]

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WBHS Weekly Newsletter 9 – 16 November 2012

SERVICE EVENT On Saturday 10th November, Michael van der Valk, together with the Service group, organized a sports day for children who attend the Bible Fellowship Christian School in Ottery – where the fees are R50 per year. It turned out very well and everybody had fun. Danny du Plessis, the pastor & founder of […]

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WBHS Weekly Newsletter 19 – 26 October 2012

EID MUBARAK We would like to wish all our Muslims boys, teachers and their families a Blessed and Joyous Eid-ul-Adgha.   SHORT SLEEVE BLUE JERSEYS On Wednesday next week, the new short sleeve blue jersey becomes available at our stockists. This is a voluntary uniform item. Size 32 – R135.50 Up R6.00 per size To […]

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WBHS Weekly Newsletter 21 – 28 September 2012

YOM KIPPUR Wynberg Boys’ High School wishes its Jewish families a joyous and peaceful New Year and special blessings as they observe the holy day of Yom Kippur and celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles.   IAN MELLIAR TOURNAMENT For the 6th year, WBHS has organized one of the country’s most prestigious waterpolo tournaments, the Ian […]

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Termly Newsletter Term 3 2012

This is an excerpt from the Headmaster’s Address at the 2012 Founders’ Day Ceremony I often talk to the boys in assemblies about Roots and Wings. Wings of course are the opportunities on offer at this school – in the academic, sport, culture, service and leadership fields. Roots are what this Founders Week is all […]

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WBHS Weekly Newsletter 31 August – 7 September 2012

HOSTEL PARENTS Hostel Parents are reminded that if they wish to check the hostel menu, it is put up on the hostel page on the school website every Wednesday. Link to menu for boarders: Click here for Boarders Menu Link to menu for day scholars: Click here for Day Scholars Menu   SPORT THIS PAST […]

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Weekly Newsletter 18 – 25 May 2012

ALL ABOARD! Please join us once again for our annual Parents Dance to be held in the WBHS Clegg Hall on 16 June 2012 at 19h00. In commemoration of the 100 year anniversary of the Titanic we are setting sail and we’d like you to join us dressed in your favourite cruise gear, whatever that […]

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Termly Newsletter Term 1 2012

STAYING CONNECTED   With the recent success of Richard Levi, I am frequently being asked how Wynberg manages to keep turning out quality cricketers.  To a certain extent, the answer is provided by social psychologists who maintain that members of self-contained groups (for example schools, sports teams, families) ‘catch’ the appropriate behaviour from one another […]

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