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Seth to compete at 2020 World Championship Print E-mail
Recognition and respect to Seth Strydom in grade 10 who won Gold this past weekend and has been selected for the 2020 KSISAS national team to compete at the 2020 World Championships. Seth has been on the SA team for 2018, 2019 and will now be part of the team again next year.
#endurance #respect #motivated #focused 
This is another awesome achievement Seth, very well done!!
Text Book Fixing Competition Print E-mail

At the tail-end of term tests, a Text Book Fixing Competition was held in the library. Parents of Grade 10 learners were invited to submit text books that needed attention.
We had 21 participants competing for cash prizes generously sponsored by our main Text Book supplier, Books 24/7. Six learners earning the most points in the competition, each won R100.

The winners are:
1st Zoë Williams (115 Points): Fixed 7 books & covered 63 books
2nd Michaella Jonkers (91 Points): Fixed 35 books & covered 3 books
3rd Brooke Opie (71 Points): Fixed 18 books & covered 14 books
4th Njabulo Ntintili (66 Points): Fixed 26 books
5th Seth Jonker (62 Points): Fixed 23 books & covered 1 book
6th Erin Jacobs (47 Points): Fixed 4 books & covered 24 books

182 broken text books were fixed during the competition, and 149 text books were covered.
Well done to all those who participated!!
Ms M Albers, Librarian
Girls soccer friendly Print E-mail
The Girl's Soccer team hosted a friendly night game on 09 September against South Peninsula High. Before the game started the ladies formed a circle and had a minute of silence in honour of the rape victims. The night ended with a 3-1 win to Bergvliet. We appreciate all the love and support for the season.
Donation to Abundant Life Palliative Care Print E-mail

The BHS 1st Rugby team together with their coach, Taariq Enous, delivered adult diapers and toiletries to Abundant Life Palliative Care in Wynberg on Saturday morning.

These are much-needed for patients who are already battling life-threatening illnesses such as cancer, renal and heart failure. By donating these items the boys are lifting that burden off their shoulders, especially to those who are struggling financially.

A big "well done" to them for trying to make a difference and to their coach for leading by example and for teaching them "real men do care".
Amidst everything that happened and all the protests in the city it was really heart-warming to experience this act of kindness this morning.

The boys were taken to Newlands Rugby Stadium afterwards by the coach to pay their last respects to the rugby legend, Chester Williams.

Article and photo submitted by parent, Glenda Davies

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