Grey Weekend: ‘Wynberg Says No to Xenophobia’

Wynberg Boys’ High School is proudly South African and supports the Constitutional right of everyone to respect, tolerance and an education.  Part of our ethos is embracing our diversity,  understanding our different cultures and forging new long lasting friendships, strengthening the links between our ‘Brothers in an Endless Chain’. When our RCL (Representative Council of […]

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Headmaster’s Blog: The Journey to Mauritius

Mr Richardson’s latest blog article, Blog 69: The Journey to Mauritius, available on the Blog Roll below:

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Grey Weekend: 7 – 9 May 2015

Wynberg returns the hospitality shown us by Grey High School after visiting Port Elizabeth last year as we welcome our friends and rivals from the Eastern Cape to the Mother City over the weekend of 7 – 9 May 2015. This is one of the biggest events in our school calendar and a very exciting […]

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Headmaster’s Blog: Remember you are Human

  It did not take long for the conversation among the Heads at the St Stithians Easter Sports festival to turn to school events of recent months.  Unsurprisingly, there was not much discussion on the triumphs of the term – accomplishments like the progression in tablet technology, or the exciting developments in the flipped classroom. […]

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Wynberg’s Fire Appeal raises R95 000

Monday 9 March 2015: WYNBERG CAMPUS OF SCHOOLS COLLECT R95 000 FOR VOLUNTEER WILDFIRE SERVICES Monday morning saw the heads of the four Wynberg Campus of Schools hand over a cheque for R95 000 to the Volunteer Wildfire Services.  Wynberg Boys’ High and Junior and Wynberg Girls High and Junior schools collected for one day only and […]

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Cape Fires: an Appeal to Assist

Wynberg Boys’ High School committed itself yesterday, 3 March 2015, to making a substantial donation to the Volunteer Wildfire Services out of our fundraising budget for 2015. Today we learnt with horror that one of our parents, a fire-fighter volunteer, was hospitalised overnight with severe burns and that Keith and Pippa Richardson’s house in Noordhoek was […]

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Wynberg Sailors take 2nd place in Lipton Cup

Wynberg sailors were part of the Zeekoeivlei Yacht Club team that caused a stir by taking 2nd place in the recent Lipton Cup. Wynberg’s Nicholas Faraday reports: “Building up to the race people were telling us that we would find ourselves at the back of the fleet and that no one wins the Cup on their first attempt […]

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Old Boy Dalin Oliver at National Arts Festival 2014

For those heading to Grahamstown this July for the National Arts Festival: be sure to book early for Old Boy Dalin Oliver’s one man show “I came, I taught, I left”. Dalin, Class of 2007, has carved out a career in Radio & Comedy (putting his teaching ambitions gently aside) and is a familiar face at […]

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