Our Kindergarten classes spent the morning exploring God’s creation at the Upper Liesbeek River Garden.  The following photos and captions tell the story - hope you look and read it till the end - enjoy!

Market Day 2019 - What a wonderful day! 

"The method emphasizes step-by-step guidance for drawing in a learning environment that is noncompetitive and nonjudgmental, where the pencil meet the paper there is no right or wrong." - The Washington Post

The 2018 Festival of Theatre featured four great performances, including a powerful piece of physical theatre by the Grade 7's and Shakespeare's “A Comedy of Errors" by the Grade 5's.

Everyone had a wonderful time at Market Day 2018. 

Lots of colour and plenty of smiles at the 2017 Shakespeare Fair.

During our 2017 Festival of Theatre there were three performances by the Grade 4 - 7 students.  Grade 4 performed "The Sword in the Stone, Grade 5 and 7 performed "The Bold Buccaneers" and Grade 6 performed Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”.

Every pupil played a role in our annual stage production. Our grade 5, 6 and 7 students performed The Merchant of Venice, while younger pupils recited sonnets, danced Maypole and Elizabethan dances or clashed swords in a dramatic sword-fighting display.

Birds are the topic of nature study in grade 4. Our pupils spent the morning with owls, eagles and other birds of prey at Spier Estate, learning about raptors and the the raptor rehabilitation program. They also met two iguanas and a python.

The grade 3's went on a field trip to discover what lives and grows on Rondebosch Common. They were amazed at the variety of flora, the different rocks and fascinating small creatures from tadpoles to stinkbugs.