Concert in the Quad: 12 – 14 February 2015

Last year, a new event burst onto the Wynberg Boys’ High scene with the highly entertaining Concert in the Quad. This featured many of our top musicians, including some previously undiscovered talent. The audience was taken on a musical journey with a selection of songs ranging from The Beatles through to Pharrell Williams’ “Happy”. Boys […]

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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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Cricket & Service: 1st XI Gives Back

Beyond the Jacques Kallis Oval: Cricket Giving Back to the Community Cricket coaches, Messrs Shaun Hewett and Rodney Inglis arranged for Wynberg’s 1st XI to visit the Red Cross Children’s Hospital to spend time with the children and deliver presents  the 1st XI players and parents had collected. The visit was, by all accounts, well […]

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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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Service Market Day: Photos & Report, 3 September 2014

Wynberg’s annual Market Day raises much needed funds toward our Grade 8 social upliftment project happening on 1 October 2014 when the boys, staff and interested parents head to Capricorn Park to assist our partners, Living Hope. This year the teams will be allocated to places near the Living Hope headquarters where they will undertake […]

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On September 4th, 2014, posted in: Archive, News, Recent Highlights, Service, Students 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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Circular 33: Recycling Excursion – Indemnity Forms 1 & 2

Please click on the links below to download the Circulars as PDFs: Circular 33 Recycling Excursion Indemnity Form 1 Circular 33 Recycling Excursion Indemnity Form 2

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On May 14th, 2014, posted in: Archive, Circulars, Circulars, News, Service by

Photos: Wynberg Rugby & Mfuleni High School

Wynberg Boys’ High School welcomed Mfuleni High to our Silverhurst Fields in the first stage of a new rugby development project between the schools. The project, initiated by Ubuntu First and supported by Wynberg Rugby Development is set to grow beyond the ‘get to know each other’ matches of 23 April and continue in series […]

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On April 25th, 2014, posted in: Archive, Galleries, News, Rugby, Service, Sport, Sport by

School Leaders 2014

We congratulate the following boys on being selected to lead the school in 2014: Raythaan Addinall Head Prefect Keagan Timm Deputy Head Prefect Tim Lawrence De Villiers Grant Turner De Waal TBA  Littlewood Adam Romyn Lorie Lukhanyo Mkula McNaughton David Rousseau Rhodes Blaise Lourens Van Riebeeck Matthew Harris Wellington Jason Bright Academics Dillon Birns Communications […]

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On October 1st, 2013, posted in: Academics, Culture, News, Pastoral, Service, Sport, Students by