By: Wynberg Boys' High School  11-11-2011
Keywords: School, Keynote Speaker

 PREFECTS’ INDUCTION Kevin Musikanth, Old Boy, returned to his old school to be keynote speaker at the annual Prefects’ Induction. In a thought-provoking speech he urged the incoming prefects to take every opportunity to learn the lessons of leadership. He stressed to the school that they should all strive – whether they were prefects or [..]

SECOND REMINDER 2012 Budget Meeting for Parents will be held in the Fishbowl on Tuesday 1st November at 18h00. SPORT THIS PAST WEEK Unfortunately many of our cricket matches were rained out last weekend and only a few teams got to play. Our under 15s managed to bowl out Stellenberg for only 10 runs with [..]

STUDY TIMETABLES FOR GRADES 8 TO 11 Each boy was given a copy of a planner for the remainder of the year. This is to assist him to plan his time and revision for examinations over the next few months. It is essential that every boy has filled in his projected study times on this [..]

Short Holidays After a short break, we are all now back in harness again. The main beneficiaries of this week were probably the Matrics, who after a grueling set of prelims had to use this non-pressure time to get back into the groove again. They have two weeks to fine tune their final preparations with [..]

International Schools’ Shakespeare Festival On Sunday the 25th September, the Wynberg Boys’ Acting Society took part in the Shakespeare Festival, together with Chris Hani High School, Vista Nova and the Spotlight Drama Studio. Once again this was event was organised by Mrs Filinova- Bruton, who had been responsible for a similar festival in Johannesburg the [..]

Keywords: Keynote Speaker, School

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Weekly Planners

18:00 – Parents’ Budget meeting in Fish Bowl Wed 2 November. Provincial & National moderation of Physical Science. 07:00 – New Teachers Training (Final Exams Ed. Golf Regional Finals at King David Golf Club. Announcement of 2012 School Prefects. WEEKLY PLANNER Mon 31 October. Gr 12 marks to Ed.



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Prefects 2012

Nick Martin – Head PrefectRiaan O’Neil – Deputy Head PrefectJP Jacobs – De Villiers HouseMatthew Craythorne – De Waal HouseJustin Scott – Littlewood HouseLuke Romyn – Lorie HouseMatthew McWilliams – McNaughton HouseCuan Stephenson – Rhodes HouseMathieu Windsor – Van Riebeeck HouseStephen Howard Tripp – Wellington House.


Richard Levi – Proteas Cricketer

After an illustrious school career, where he has a number of ‘century trees’ planted around the Jacques Kallis Oval, this talented 23 year old cricketer has gone on to score piles of runs for the Cape Cobras. Richard Levi was announced in the South African T20 Squad to take on the Australians at Newlands on October 13th. Wynberg will be out in force at Newlands to support one of their favourite sons.