Marimba Magic on Tour

“Our Senior Marimba Band departed from King Shaka airport this morning for their much anticipated tour to Johannesburg to compete in the international Marimba and Steel-Drum Band competition. The extensive planning, fundraising and practice that have gone into making this exciting opportunity available to our children, is much appreciated. Good luck to Mr Oosthuyzen as he guides the boys and girls through this exciting weekend. If the standard of performances we have witnessed from them this year are anything to ...

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Proud of our Story-Tellers

Three of our Grade 5 learners represented Westville Municipal Library at their Inter-district Story-telling Competition on  Tuesday, 28 July 2015.  Well done to Welisa Buthelezi for participating in the Zulu category, Keryn Scott for winning the English category and Zoë Heunis for coming third in the  Afrikaans category.  Well done girls!

 

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Westville Schools’ Choir Evening Raises the Roof!

Westville Pre-Primary, Junior Primary, Senior Primary, Girls’ High and Boys’ High School choirs, and the WSPS touring Marimba Band created an evening of true community, dazzling displays of talent, and smiling faces as the children of Westville took to the WSPS stage. The annual Westville Schools’ Choir Evening saw a full hall enjoy an evening of heart-warming and foot tapping entertainment. Congratulations to Mr Barry Oosthuyzen and Miss Wendy Turner for coordinating such a wonderful event.  Thank you to all ...

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Thank You to our Golf Day Sponsors

The success of our WSPS 2015 Golf Day in raising funds for the numerous Trust Fund projects would not be possible without the support of generous sponsors. Fundraising events, like this, are critical to the continued maintenance of excellent standards of facilities and education we are proud to offer. The sponsors below assisted us in raising a total of R55 000.00 on the day and I encourage all in our community to consider supporting them with the same generosity that ...

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High Five for Puk, Cluck, Chicken – Hot Dog Day!

A fundraiser with a difference was held on the Wandsbeck Oval on Thursday morning. Rainbow Chickens made a donation to the school which allowed us to host them in a hotdog festival which enthralled our children. The undoubted star of the show was Puk Cluck Chicken who entertained the children and hosted a dance off which met with the loud and festive approval of the children. Well done to Rozanna Stone for once again providing her expertise in raising funds ...

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Proud of our KZN Craven-Week Boys!!

Tonight, Thursday, 11 June 2015 is the Capping Ceremony of our KZN Craven Week Primary Schools’ Rugby players, Ethan Matkovich (u13A), Joshua Couch and Max Immelman (u13B). The formal event will be hosted at Kings Park and will be the official start of their journey to the National Craven Week events in Witrivier (u13A) and Sasolburg (u13B). We are certain they will have an enjoyable experience and be outstanding ambassadors for their school and community. Good luck boys!

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Golf Day 2015

“The WSPS 2015 Golf Day was hosted at Kloof Country Club on Friday, 29 May. It was without question a massively successful and enjoyable fundraiser. Our thanks to all the parents, players and sponsors who contributed to making the day so memorable. Special congratulations to the Golf Day Committee for putting together such a brilliant day for the field of aspiring golfers … everyone left with a prize, a hard luck story and a smile.”

 

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Camp Out 2015 – Night of Fun!

The sounds of laughter, the smell of food and an atmosphere of excitement filled the air on the Wandsbeck Oval on Saturday night.

Over 560 children filled with the energy of youth (and a good dose of sugar) played, danced, sang and cheered their way in the 12-hour festival of entertainment organized by Rozanna Stone and her incredible committee of parents.

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‘A production that could hold its own on any mainframe stage.’ Review by Caroline Smart

Yesterday was a day exploding with youthful energy as I judged the annual Drum for Joy Steel Drum competition in the morning and, in the evening, attended the opening of the latest production from the Westville Boys’ High School’s Performing Arts Department – a musical revue called You Can’t Stop the Beat!’  It was a day-long affirmation of how the performing arts can change the lives of young people through disciplined focus and education through entertainment. Their look of pride ...
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