Farewell Mrs Dixon

The idea of leaving a legacy is based on being remembered for
what you have contributed to the world. Leaving a positive legacy is an
important part of your life’s work and develops from a life dedicated to
self-reflection and purpose.

“Carve your name on hearts, not tombstones. A legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about you.” – Shannon L. Alder

We pay tribute to the legacy left by Mrs Veronica Dixon and the lasting ...

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WSPS Rugby Boys receive KZN Colours at Sharks Capping Ceremony

  • Congratulations to our KZN rugby boys who attended the Sharks Capping Ceremony on Monday evening to receive their official KZN Colours. We are very proud of Ryan Pistor (13B), William Westoby, (13B), Blake Allbon (13B), Mr Ryan Schuit (13B coach), Elihle Hadebe (13B), Lebohang Theko (12A) and Ezra Fleuriot (12B). Special congratulations to Blake Allbon who was announced as vice-captain of the KZN u13B team.
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WSPS Learner, Neyah Mahabeer, stirs up Success !

My greatest achievement for 2018 was being crowned “First Ever Pavilion Junior Chef”. This event was held over 2 months with many entrants displaying tremendous cooking skills and producing first class dishes in just one hour. I guess my cooking skills are part of my DNA – my mom is an excellent cook and my dad was in the top 35 of the first-ever MasterChef S.A. held in 2012.
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WSPS Proudly Celebrates Africa Month

In honour of Africa month, which falls in May, the theme at our assembly this morning was a celebration of the legacy of our late former President in his centenary year. Nelson Mandela was born one hundred years ago, on 18 July 1918. He left future generations with some very wise words, such as the following:

“A winner is a dreamer who never gives up.”

“I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave ...

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BREAD TAG RECYCLE PROGRAMME

One component of the WSPS environmental sustainability and recycling programme is an interclass competition to see who can collect the most bread tags in a year. This fierce competition for bragging rights provides direct benefits to the Quadriplegic Association of South Africa (QASA). Mrs Sue Martin, a QASA representative who finds herself reliant on her wheelchair for mobitlity, was invited to school assembly last week to launch the 2018 version of this interclass competition. Bread tags have good ...

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