Founders’ Day 2017, a ‘Milestone in Wynberg’s History’ – Photos & Story

Friday 25 August 2017, Founders’ Day: I would like to commend Jan de Waal and Cedric Poleman and the management of the schools on taking the Founders’ Day Ceremony to a new level. This ceremony was always very important to me during my tenure, as I regarded it as one of the roots of our […]

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Derby Rugby vs SACS: Rugby Boots Appeal #BergBoots2Help

Saturday 26 August 2017: Wynberg is putting our best foot forward this weekend and trying to help those less fortunate.    #BergBoots2Help Over the last few years, we have partnered up with Mfuleni and Langa rugby clubs. When they were invited to participate in our rugby festival, it became apparent that they were very short on […]

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Teacher & Old Boy, Keenan Oliphant, heading for Columbia University

Saturday 19 August 2017: At an emotional bon voyage party  in the Fish Bowl, friends and family bade farewell to Wynberg Boys’ High School’s music teacher, Old Boy Keenan Oliphant, who heads to the prestigious Columbia University in New York to pursue a Masters of Fine Art Directing for Theatre. The Wynberg Boys’ Schools, Staff, […]

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African Society Cultural Evening

Thursday 10 August 2017: Wynberg Boys High School hosted its annual African Society Cultural evening in the Clegg Hall – an evening full of delightful performances showcasing the talents of students from the various schools who took part. The evening started with a welcome from Mr Moser and our MCs, Inga Halu and Siya Plaaitjie, […]

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Fire-Versary: 47 Matric A’s from the English Ashes 2016

Friday 11 August 2017: Just over a year ago Wynberg woke up to the devastating news that fire had engulfed and gutted the top floor of the school’s C Block. Every English Classroom was destroyed along with the students’ year work, teaching equipment vaporised, personal possessions lost forever. But the Wynberg spirit of Supera Moras […]

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Women’s Day 2017: Celebrating our Women of Wynberg

Women’s Day has been celebrated on 9 August since 1995 to commemorate the march by about 20 000 South African women to the Union Buildings in 1956. It recognises the important and significant role that activism by women played during the struggle for liberation. – from www.gov.za Wednesday 9 August 2017: It is this strength […]

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Wynberg’s Health Tuck Shop Commitment

Friday 4 August 2017:  A healthy eating initiative has been launched by WBHS together with our friends at Feedem, the company behind almost all school catering. The project target – improve the nutritional value of the food available for the boys to buy. The school tuck shop snack and meal options for our boys will undergo a […]

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WBHS hosts Inter-Schools Maths Quiz

Tuesday 1 August 2017: WBHS hosted their annual Inter-schools mathematics competition, which took place in the school hall. In spite of the cold and rainy weather, about 300 learners from schools all over the peninsula participated in this event. The evening started with two events set up by Mr Neil Eddy. One of them was […]

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