The School Song

In a cottage ‘neath the mountain
Was the seed of Wynberg sown;
As an acorn to an oak tree
Wynberg School has proudly grown.
Firm its roots and broad its branches,
Best of schools, it stands alone.

Chorus
Supera moras! Supera moras!
This is the cry of Wynberg sons;
We join now with those before us,
Supera Moras makes us one.

From the shelter of its branches,
Year by year go forth again
All the heirs of its traditions –
Brothers in an endless chain.
Joined by pride and linked by honour
Wynberg boys they all remain.

Chorus
Supera moras! Supera moras!
This is the cry of Wynberg sons;
We join now with those before us,

Supera Moras makes us one.

The School Song is shared between Wynberg Boys’ High and Junior Schools. The music was written by Mr Desmond Wiehahn (former music teacher at WBJS), with the words penned by Mr Jim Goodacre (former Deputy WBJS Headmaster).

Mr Jim Goodacre receives Honorary Life Membership of the Wynberg Old Boys' Union
August 2016: Mr Jim Goodacre receives Honorary Life Membership of the Wynberg Old Boys’ Union from WBHS Headmaster, Mr Jan de Waal