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Time – Ben Maposa

At the Senior School Prizegiving held last week, our Headboy for 2019, Ben Maposa addressed the school: “Good afternoon all. Greetings to Mrs Hornby, Chair of the Kingswood Council, Mr & Mrs Collier, Mr & Mrs Vorster, to the respective heads, Councillors, invited guests, parents, staff and fellow Kingswoodians. I truly appreciate being given this time…

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Your story matters – Siyamthanda Nomoyi

At our Prizegiving held last week, our Headgirl for 2019, Siyamthanda Nomoyi made a powerful speech to the school, council, parents and friends of the College. “Molweni, my name is Siyamthanda Nomoyi, UMagatyeni, umamali, UNdondela uNkomezi bomvu. As you see me today, I may come as one, but I stand as 10 thousand. Today I…

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Building Relationships

In February this year, our Grade 11s embarked on a Community Engagement project which would serve the purpose of fulfilling some of the requirements of their LO portfolio, as well as building relationships in the community and benefiting the literacy development of children in a neighbouring school. Over the course of the year, they went…

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Interact Committee for 2020 announced

The Interact committee for 2020 was announced earlier this month at their Interact Dinner. Kingswood congratulates the following pupils on being selected for the 2020 committee: President: Destiny MayanjaVicepresident: Tsepo PonoaneWanda MadasaAzola PoswaAtang GabaraaneSizenalo BidlaMwango KondoloJocelyn MorrisonMia Scheepers Interact clubs form part of the larger Rotary International umbrella. They bring together pupils between the ages…

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Heritage Day at Kingswood College

CELEBRATE! A celebration of you… of me… of all of us… THIS WAS HERITAGE DAY AT KINGSWOOD COLLEGE! Today our school celebrated Heritage Day and the diverse cultures and people that make up the Kingswood fabric. There was an explosion of colourful and intricately designed cultural dress, traditional face marking, beads, shwe shwe,’vellies’ to name…

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Learning beyond the classroom

Grade 8 Camp “…Must we always teach our children with books? Let them look at the mountains and the stars up above. Let them look at the beauty of the waters and the trees and flowers on earth. They will then begin to think, and to think is the beginning of a real education…” ~…