Venue: Hudson Park
Toss Kingswood (bowl)
format: 50 overs
Kingswood won the loss and elected to bowl first on a very blustery day in East London. The Kingswood bowlers (Josh von Holdt 3/30, Blaine Archibald 1/29) started superbly and soon had the Hudson team in trouble at 5/3. The Hudson batters, led by their Captain Sine Qeshile...
CricketKingswood 1st XI vs Hudson Park
Hudson Park 167 all out
Josh von Holdt 3/30
Aidan Hawkesworth 2/21
Hilton Krige 2/28
Kingswood 68 all out
Result: Kingswood lost by 100 runsKingswood 2nd XI vs Hudson Park
Kingswood 300 all out
Scott Stretton 68
Brad Sterling 58
Shaun Botha 52
Hudson Park 70 all out
Brad Sterling 4/20
Marc Landman 3/20
Result: Kingswood won by 230 runsKingswood 3rd XI...
This morning we had our Induction Ceremony of the Junior and Senior Chapel Stewards in the Kingswood College Chapel.
The new Junior Chapel Stewards are:
- Tricia Vassiliou
- Ben Armstrong
- Kayleigh Mildenhall
- Thato Kekana
- Matthew Collett
- Lara Sheard
- Darryl Hazelden
- Amy Hobson
The new Senior Chapel Stewards are:
- Siya Nomoyi
- Simeon Smit
- Sixolise Nyangiwe
- Salimisa Bikani
"May God's love and blessing be with you on your confirmation, and remain with you always"
In a moving ceremony this morning, 32 Confirmands made a public commitment to Jesus at the Confirmation Service held in the Kingswood College Chapel.
We thank Bishop Mbete for joining us as the guest preacher of this special service. This...
Opening of Art & ICE Exhibition and Drama Showcase
"Creativity is intelligence having fun" - Albert Einstein
This evening the opening of the Art and ICE (Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship) Exhibition as well as a Drama Presentation took place as part of the Parents' Week Programme.
We were able to showcase a number of our arts during this opening including Music, Art and Drama.
“Curiouser and curiouser!” - Lewis Carroll
The Kingswood College Junior pupils have been hard at work over the last few weeks putting together their annual school production.
The production this year is of Alice in Wonderland. These school productions are an important part of our Holistic Education Programme which provides every one of our Grade 4-7...
"Don't be dismayed by goodbyes. A farewell is necessary before you can meet again. And meeting again, after moments or lifetimes, is certain for those who are friends" - Richard Bach
The Matrics had their annual shirt signing and kissing day today....
COLLEGE AND PORTFOLIO PREFECTS
– Head of School (Girl) Liyema Ngcete
– Head of School (Boy) Kamva Kalipa
– Deputy Head of School (Girl) Tami Labuschagne
– Deputy Head of School (Boy) Etienne Marais
Head: Justin Potgieter
Prefects: Atang Balopi and Loyd Dangazele
Head: Kuhle Stamper
Prefects: Camilla James and Liyabona Planga
Head: Athi Galada
Prefects: James Kelly and Taylor...
ACADEMIC HONOURS CITATION FOR TAMI LABUSCHAGNE
Tami is an outstanding scholar with an exemplary approach to her academic work, developing her innate ability in an admirable manner. She is a gentle soul who strives for excellence both in the content and quality of work she presents. Tami demonstrates great tenacity; always conscientious and disciplined in...
ACADEMIC HONOURS CITATION FOR IMMA JOUBERT
Imma is a diligent young lady who shows great tenacity towards her studies. She always strives to understand every concept and to produce outstanding results. She is always very willing to volunteer answering questions in class. She also demonstrates a willingness to assist her peers which she does with...
ACADEMIC HONOURS CITATION FOR CAMILLA JAMES
Camilla is fondly spoken of by her teachers. She is a diligent young lady who shows great tenacity towards her studies. She frequently asks questions as she engages with new and old material. Her reflecting on concepts until she is able to gain a deeper understanding of them is...
Our Matric pupils dressed up in their Junior School clothes today to mark the start of their last few official days of school before the year end examinations begin.
There will be a number of events over Parents' Week to celebrate the end of their Matric year!
Matrics and Bridging Year's presented with their OK Ties
The Matric and Bridging Year Classes of 2017 were presented with their Old Kingswoodian ties during a ceremony after assembly this morning. They were addressed by the President of the OK Club, Warrick Strachan, where he stressed the fact that the wearing of this tie symbolizes a pride for and a responsibility towards Kingswood....
The annual KC Golf Day took place at the magnificent Glendower Golf Club on Friday 06 October 2017. What a day this was - we were fabulously hosted by the Glendower General Manager Sandy Burnard (nee Yates OK 1985) who really rolled out the red carpet for us. What a privilege to be playing...
Old Kingswoodians meet at Pirates Club in Johannesburg
A group of our "younger OKs" met at the Pirates Club in Greenside, Johannesburg on Thursday evening to enjoy a few drinks together. It was great hearing all the Kingswood banter and there is no doubt that Kingswood's golden thread is securely woven through the hearts of these OKs.
The Kingswood College Interact group organised a Soccer Tournament yesterday on Gane and Knight Field.
The funds raised during the tournament will go toward purchasing soccer equipment for the Kingswood College Support Staff Soccer Team!
Photographed here are members of the Kingswood College Support Staff Soccer Team
Kingswood 1st XI vs Paarl Gim
Paarl Gim 191/9 in 30 overs
Hilton Krige 3/42
Josh von Holdt 2/24
Kingswood 113 all out
Josh von Holdt 34
Result: Kingswood lost by 78 runs
Kingswood 1st XI vs SAC
Kingswood 78 all out
Aidan Meyer 20
Result: Kingswood lost by 10 wickets
Kingswood 2nd XI vs SAC
Kingswood 117 all out
Anthony Sandys-Thomas 6/20
Result: Kingswood lost...
National Co-Ed 1st Team Water Polo Tournament - Results Day 1
The annual Past vs Present cricket fixtures took place this last Sunday.
The Old Kingswoodian teams, consisting of players from the Grahamstown and Bathurst leagues, were comprehensively beaten by the Kingswood boys. At the conclusion of the matches the KC captains were presented with the floating trophies that were donated to Kingswood by Friderichs Family...
On Friday the 29th of September, the French Department held a mini prizegiving for all of the DELF participants who wrote the examinations this year.
41 candidates were enrolled. All 20 candidates from the May Session successfully passed and we wait with bated breath for the results of those candidates who wrote recently in September....
A large group of Kingswoodians gathered at the Bedford Club on Friday night to attend the 59th annual Midlands Branch Dinner.
This is always a wonderful celebration of Kingswood and this year it was no different. KC Chaplain, Rev Tim Marshall, was the guest speaker and he kept everybody enthralled with his light-hearted and enthralling...
Water Polo (Girls)
Collegiate U15 Tournament
KC vs Roedean lost 1-21
KC vs Reddam lost 1-24
KC vs Rand Park Ridge lost 1-7
KC vs Kingsmead lost 1-8
KC vs Crawford Lonehill lost 3-5
KC vs Pearson Invitational won 5-3
Water Polo (Boys)
Sterrenberg U15 Tournament
KC vs Pearson U15B won 3-2
KC vs Merrifield lost 1-2
KC vs Selborne U15B lost 0-4
KC vs Selborne U15C...
"The essence of the beautiful is unity in variety" - W Somerset Maugham
The Kingswood College Seniors celebrated Heritage Day on this lovely, sunny Friday in Grahamstown. The outfits were something to behold and the day celebrates the different cultures within our own country!
What a great way to kick-start the weekend!
"The beauty of the world lies in the diversity of its people"
Today our Kingswood College Junior pupils are celebrating Heritage Day!
Every year on the 24th of September, South Africans are encouraged to celebrate the diversity of cultures that coexist within our country!
The Kingswood College Junior AMESA Maths Challenge results are in!
The papers were extremely challenging this year and our pupils had to call on all their resources to answer the questions. Thirty one Kingswood pupils wrote the finals and we achieved one Gold, 11 Silver and nine Bronze certificates.
Congratulations to Kayleigh Mildenhall (Grade 6) who...
"The only way to learn mathematics is to do mathematics" - Paul Halmos
Last Wednesday, 13 Kingswood College Junior School Maths teachers attended an informative workshop on Matific, a software programme that consists of a number of engaging activities and games that are linked to our Mathematics Curriculum.
The teachers are currently conducting a trial period...