Mr Mark Muller has been offered a promotion at a private Catholic School, St Andrew’s, in Grahamstown.
Month: October 2021
The atmosphere was tense as each grade took turns to listen to the Grade 11 manifestos in the Chapel. The learners in the audience sat expectantly; the only sounds that could be heard were the voice of the speaker and the footsteps as one speaker exited and the next one entered.
ZOE COETZEE When she rode for the first time at the age of 2, Alexia Augousti fell in love with the sport. Together with her horse Moonshine, or Moonie, or Moon for short, she competed in the SANESA Q4 2021. She competed in the dressage Special Needs Tests 3 and 4 as well as the Special Needs […]
ITUMELENG SEMOLI Kaylen Simmons, captain of the SMS First Hockey Team, was a member of the Southern Free State U. 18A team that won both their matches against Northern Free State teams. She also participated in the Bloem Hawks championship tournament where she played in the forward position and shot a few aerial goals for […]
QUISTYNN VELDSCHOEN Mr Jaco Cilliers was born in Bloemfontein and attended school at Jim Fouché. He studied Forensics, but decided that teaching was more challenging and interesting. He joined St Michael’s in Term 3 to replace Mrs Natasha Slabbert. He has a great sense of humour and is easy going, but a hard-working individual. Reading psychological […]
BOITSHEPO MOGAPI A sad but magical evening the matrics had, saying their farewells to one another at the beautiful Warm Karoo venue. Mrs Seugnet Pietersen, who had been their Form Teacher since Grade 8, planned the unforgettable event meticulously and laid the tables herself because she wanted it perfectly done. The Farewell started with matrics […]
PELONOMI LETONG A calm atmosphere was created by music in the background and apprehension of what the Grade 6s had planned for the teachers was in the air. Every year, assisted by Mrs Noeline Stumpfe, a Spring Tea is hosted by the Grade 6s to show their gratitude and appreciation to the teachers. But, of […]