The question about their identity presented itself in many of the activities that the Grade 9 ladies took part in. These adventurous activities included hiking, completing an obstacle course and Bible study sessions. The fundamental question for them centered around the point that the young ladies are now at a stage in their lives where they need to start making their own life choices.
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.
I woke up with a terrible sweat. My stomach gnawed and growled. Something was not right. I got out of my futon1 and immediately searched my room. It was dark, but I could still find Okaa-san’s2 hair ornament. It was still in the red box next to my futon along with the small bag of money and a letter. Strange. Nothing was missing, but why did I have this terrible gut feeling?
NDUMI MASITHELA AND KAGISHO LIVERTSON MAN’S BEST FRIEND leaves pawprints on your heart and so it is only right to give back something to our loyal furry friends. St Michael’s learners did not only donate food and blankets for the animals at the SPCA, they did it dressed to impress! The civvies day gave learners […]
IBUKUN BENEDICT NTABISENG MALAHLEHA in Grade 5 received a bronze medal in the Helena Botha Gymnastics Competition. She has been part of the Club for a few years and performs especially well in the tumbling section. She says, ‘I felt very nervous before the competition started. I was quite worried that I wouldn’t do well. […]