Weekly Newsletter 25 September – 02 October 2015

GRANDPARENTS DAY REPORT On Thursday 01 October, Wynberg Boys’ High held its 5th annual Grandparent’s Day. The day coincided with International Day of Older person’s which is celebrated annually to recognise the contributions of older adults and to examine issues that affect their lives. We celebrate the day encouraging our boys to spend quality time […]

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Weekly Newsletter 18 – 25 September 2015

COLOURS AWARDS ASSEMBLY   On Monday 21 September, we held our Winter Awards Assembly. All the cultural trophies as well as the trophies for winter sport were handed out and this was then followed by the awarding of Colours, Blues and Honours for culture as well as winter sport. Our guest of honour for the […]

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Weekly Newsletter 11 – 18 September 2015

ACADEMIC PROGRAMME FOR FINAL WEEK (28 SEPTEMBER – 02 OCTOBER)   All Grade 12’s will be having classes during the last week of term.(i.e. after the long weekend) There are two study sessions, 08h00-10h00 and 10h30-12h30. The first session will always be ENG / AFR / MAT with the grade 12 classes rotating over the […]

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Weekly Newsletter 04 – 11 September 2015

PREFECT REPORT   After many days of voting, pupil discussions, anticipation and exciting, Monday morning saw the announcement of the 2016 Prefect Body. The schools leaders in the 175 Year, the body was elected by their peers and has already jumped head first into their new duties and responsibilities. The 2016 Head Prefect will be […]

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WBHS Weekly Newsletter 21 – 28 August 2015

    OLD BOYS DINNER One of the features of Founders’ Week is the Old Boys’ Dinner which was held on Wednesday. Many reunion years filled tables, the most well supported was the 1975 group. Here is an excerpt of an email received after the dinner which sums up more than adequately the feeling during […]

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