Category: Academy

Uppies by ATKV Kongres

Chrizelle Strydom, graad 9 van Upington Hoërskool, was hierdie kwartaal afgevaardig om die ATKV tak van Hoërskool Upington, die Uppies Kultuurdiere, tydens die jaarlikse ATKV kongres te gaan verteenwoordig. Sy was die enigste leerder uit hierdie streek wat die kongres vanaf  22 tot 24 Mei by die ATKV Oord Buffelspoort naby Rustenburg bygewoon het. Sy was een van 300 afgevaardigdes vanoor SA en vir haar was die hoogtepunt die praatjie deur Sheri Brynard.  Sheri het bekendheid verwerf om as Down Sindroom lyer Shoprite se Vrou van die Jaar toekenning te...

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SAICE Water Competition – Kimberley Boys’ High

Kimberley Boys’ High School in Kimberley is very proud of their learners winning the Kimberley Regional Water Competition that was held on Saturday 22 April 2017. These learners qualify for the National SAICE Water Competition that will be held on Friday 28 July 2017 in Johannesburg at the Sci- Bono Discovery Centre, Newton. Kimberley Boys’ High School won first place with 16 penalty points followed by Diamantveld High School with 17 penalty points. The competition was supported by the Diamond Pavilion Shopping Mall (Kimberley). It was the 5th consecutive year the competition has been held with the Diamond Pavilion...

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Hoërskool Upington by ATKV Redenaarskompetisie

Sewe van Hoërskool Upington se leerders het in Kimberley gaan deelneem aan die ATKV Redenaarskompetisie en spog met 4 leerders wat deurgedring het na die ATKV semi-finale ronde wat in Mei-maand in Upington plaasvind. Hesna Theron (Gr.12) het in die Senior Onvoorbereide-afdeling deurgedring, Juan Swanepoel (Gr.10) in die Senior Voorbereide-afdeling, Chrizelle Strydom (Gr.9) in die Junior Voorbereide-afdeling en Jana Nel (Gr.8) in die Junior Onvoorbereide-afdeling. Baie geluk met jul prestasies, werk hard en die eindresultaat sal soet wees. FOTO VAN VOLGENDE LEERDERS: Juan Swanepoel (Gr.10) Jana Nel (Gr.8) Hesna Theron (Gr.12) Chrizelle Strydom...

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