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Operation Smile Print E-mail
Operation Smile is a non-profit organization, dedicated to providing free reconstructive surgery to children and young adults in developing countries all over the world. From 24 November to 4 December we are proud to share that Jumana Logday in grade 11 has been invited to join the medical and nonmedical volunteers in Koforidua, Ghana in an effort to bring care to citizens who are affected by cleft lips and cleft palates.
Value driven education Print E-mail
Continuing with the theme, VALUE-DRIVEN EDUCATION, Ms Horak and Ms Du Plooy encouraged their learners to recognize the importance of RESPECT by having them sign ‘the pledge’ in order to show respect for themselves, others and their school.
They informed their learners that it is so important to be respectful, to everyone, no matter their age, appearance or occupation.
“We have been discussing that RESPECT is not only important at their young age, but also equally important for adults. If people treated others, how they would like to be treated, the world would be a much kinder place. The learners were very excited and we got some amazing responses” Ms Du Plooy
BHS Cricket - Sports Team of the Year Print E-mail
Front row: Jared Williams, Abdub-Dayyaan Abrahams, Liam Philander, Justin Wareley, Aidan Plaatjies, Chad Damons.  Back row: Aidan Wain, Conner Vermaak, Aiden Damon, Sohail Munnik, Kian Thomas, Reece Thompson, Mr Taakiq Enous (coach), Mr Anthony Rimbault (coach)

At Bergvliet High School’s recent Sports Award Ceremony the 1st Team - Cricket, were rightly named Sports Team of the Year, in acknowledgment of playing 11 League matches and winning all 11.
  • Fish Hoek - won by 170 runs
  • Stellenberg - won by 21 runs
  • Westerford - won by 69 runs
  • Milnerton - won by 31 runs
  • Fairmont – won by 58 runs
  • Devon (UK) – won by 7 wickets
  • Pinelands – won by 82 runs
  • Fish Hoek – won by 178 runs
  • Westerford – won by 26 runs
  • Bellville – won by 75 runs
  • Pinelands – won by 180 runs
11 wins out of 11 games, not being content with this great achievement they went on to become Champs at the Bergvliet T20 Festival.
Together everyone can achieve more – and that’s exactly what, this talented team of young men did this year. What a credit to their school, themselves and their family.
Power of 2000 Print E-mail
What is the Power of 2000 and why are we doing this?
Founded in 2013 to protect the Olifants West Region of Balule Nature Reserve the Black Mambas Anti-Poaching Unit were invited to expand into other regions and now protect all boundaries of the 52,000ha Balule Nature Reserve, part of the Greater Kruger National Park.

Their teams work to the concept of the “Broken Window” philosophy, striving to make their area of influence the most undesirable, most difficult and least profitable place to poach any species. With a passion for wildlife and rhino conservation, these women are the voice in the community through their conservation work.
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