One of our Kingswood Junior musicians, Victor took part in the Makhanda National Music Competition last week. There were five competitors in the preliminary rounds (mostly from Gqeberha). He proceeded to the semi-final round on Saturday morning, where he was chosen to perform in the final prestige concert on Saturday evening.
School cultural news
Our Senior School recently put on the production of the The Little Shop of Horrors to sold out audiences. We asked our HOD of Drama, Mrs Jess Wright to write a reflection on this experience after the Covid-19 pandemic had put an end to live theatre performances for over two years.
The Kingswood Debating Teams engaged in an epic K-Day Debate on Tuesday evening. We faced teams from both St Andrew’s and DSG, and held our own admirably.
Kayleigh Smith is being awarded this honour of the Neil Aggett award in recognition of her dedication to serving those around her, especially those who are less
The journey of an accomplished musician never ends. It requires discipline and dedication to regular practice, often involving endless repetition. Anna has embraced her journey with seriousness and determination, displaying musical integrity and continually maintaining a high standard on three instruments…
The OK Club was donated timeshare at Umhlanga Cabanas and we’re offering it to you at cost price! Time to escape the city and wake up to the sight of the Indian ocean… Dates: Friday 13 – Friday 20 August 2021
Last week our Junior School had a very busy week with Eisteddfods taking place for isiXhosa, Afrikaans and English.
A proud moment for Rosco Speckman (OK 2008)! Rosco (1st left in middle row) will make his Springbok debut against Georgia tomorrow, the 2nd of July 2021.
Friday night saw our debaters compete in the second round of the Rhini Debate League.
The motions were focused on holding leaders accountable for their actions and our teams performed exceptionally well.