May 29, 2024

Author: Reneé du Toit

A new wire sparks in the St Michael’s circuit

The sound of laughter can always be heard from the IT classroom on the second storey. Mr Elmar Henning, St Michael’s new Computer Literacy, IT and CAT teacher has recently joined the family. Having taught for twelve years at St Michaels’ brother school, St Andrew’s, he did not find it difficult to adjust to the eager and excited girls at St Michael’s.

Swimmers stretch out their arms to reach their goals

After a year of not being able to compete in the pool due to the pandemic, the swimmers were back and ready for action at the Inter-house Gala – their perseverance, love for, and dedication to the sport brought them back.

Class of 2022 – their wings have unfolded

ASHLEE BELL The matrics recently attended a team-building session organised by the St Michael’s Staff Management Team. The session included various activities such as tug-of-war, building (infamous) marshmallow towers and playing Charades. Tug-of-war might just seem like forcefully tugging on a rope until your hands give in. However, it taught the learners that sometimes in […]

Life coach encourages enthusiasm

The celebration of SMS Sisterhood, held in the Jubilee Hall on 4 February, was enriching and great fun. The evening started on a high note with dancing and praise and worship and ended with the learners experiencing a complete change in mindset.

Southern Free State Squash Tournament

28 players from St Michael’s took part in the Southern Free State squash tournament. For many of the learners, it was their first squash tournament. Although we were able to practise squash during Covid 19 as it is seen as a non-contact sport, this is the first official tournament in many months. The following girls […]

Grade 8s warmly welcomed

A heart-warming Basher Ceremony with their skivvy mistresses launched the Grade 8s into their high-school career. In the homily, Reverend Trewern spoke encouraging words of wisdom to the Grade 8s. He believed that they were ready for high school despite it being said to be difficult and that they had done well so far. He shared the phrase ‘Deus lux mea est’, which means ‘God is my light’ with them.

Mr Muller seeks greener pastures

Mr Mark Muller has been offered a promotion at a private Catholic School, St Andrew’s, in Grahamstown.

Southern Free State Squash Tournament Friday 5 – Saturday 6 Nov

28 players from St Michael’s took part in the Southern Free State squash tournament. For many of the learners, it was their first squash tournament. Although we were able to practise squash during Covid 19 as it is seen as a non-contact sport, this is the first official tournament in many months. The following girls […]

Mr Muller seeks greener pastures

BOEMO SELLO Mr Mark Muller has been offered a promotion at a private Catholic School, St Andrew’s, in Grahamstown. After a long and eventful 18 years of working at St Michaels, Mr Muller says that he has many memorable experiences over the years at the school. He met great people, colleagues as well as students […]