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We are delighted with the results of our 2015 Grade 3 and 6 Systemic Evaluations.  In Grade 3 we attained 100% pass rates for both Mathematics (with an average of 87% ) and Language (with an average of 78%)  Grade 6 we attained 99% pass rate for Mathematics (with an average of 85%) […]

Many of our pupils helped us collect stationery at the end of the last term. The stationery has been now been delivered (special thanks to Mr Perkins for this) and we have received a letter of thanks. The ex-RGJS teacher who assists with the project has written to thank the school. She writes: “…The generosity […]

I can do that TOO! Our 2016 theme was launched on Monday during assembly. This year our focus will be on the arts – using our talents in music, visual art, drama, dance and photography. We have some exciting events planned for the year.

SPREAD THE LOVE THIS VALENTINE’S DAY: CIVVIES DAY FRIDAY 12 FEBRUARY On payment of R10, girls may wear red, pink or white (or a combination) civvies. The money raised will be used to buy equipment that is in line with our theme for a needy school. Participation is voluntary.

In line with most organisations and businesses, we have increased our use of email for communicating with parents. Changes of email address made on the verification forms have been captured. In some cases it was indicated that only one parent should receive emails. As email is used for official communications such as reports and notices, […]

Our Founders’ Day assembly celebrated and honoured the long history and the bright future of our school. Mrs Siebörger’s address to the school entitled “We all smile in the same language” focused on the rich diversity of the girls at the school. From a parent who is a medical doctor: “My daughter told me that […]

Payment references: EFTs must include the name (initial and surname) of the child for whom the EFT applies, and the reason for the payment, and a copy of the EFT needs to be sent to your daughter’s teacher the next school day. It is impossible for Mrs Korck to allocate a payment for “music fees […]