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 footprints she has ... Continue Reading →
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! Continue Reading →
On Wednesday, 6 May, the Sharks All-Stars, the official youth supporters club of the Sharks Rugby team, visited our school. An exciting interactive presentation explaining educational concepts behind professional sport, like eating healthy, exercise and the importance of perseverance enthralled our children. Sharks Rugby talents, JC Astle and Tondarai Chavanga were on hand to add to the entertainment. Our 20 Pinetown & Districts Rugby players were personally congratulated by the stars. To end the exciting event, JC and Tondarai announced our 2015 Rugby captain (Ethan Matkovich) and vice-captain (Liam ... Continue Reading →