20 Oct – Cole Bailey, Liam Murray, La’eeq Swart
Seth Lancaster, Phindile Ralarala, Waseem Mohamed, Tanner Matodes, James Mitchell
Found (fetch from reception)
· Blanket from Matric exam
· Touring Tie – found in Hall
· Asthma pump – found in C24
Missing (please bring to reception)
· Rugby Ball – World Cup 2015 lost
· Goggles – Blue Arena pair
· Black Ring Binder – File lost, belonging to Jamie Bowes
The Soundbox keys are missing – has a tag on. Please return to Reception.
TO SEE Mrs LAWSON:
Joshua Taylor Cawkwell
TO SEE Mr van NIEKERK:
In his office at 2nd Break – Luca Alexander, Callum Steyn
TO SEE Mr MURCOTT:
Tom of Sound and Lighting to meet me in the library at 12h30
Please note that the Library will be closed until 14:30 on Wednesday, 21 October for a Matric exam.
Mrs Goodwin’s English class will be located elsewhere on that day – she will let you know the venue.
GRADE 10 & 11 LO:
Your final LO task for the year was handed out last week. Anyone who did not receive one must see me today.
REMINDER! Venue has changed to D31. Meeting at 1st Break.
SPIRIT FOUNDATION LEARNERS:
These learners must please collect an important newsletter from Mrs Kelly TODAY!
All grade 11s who know a boy coming into the house next year and would like him as a buddy to give his name to Chris Botha
Mr Botha is not at school today, there will be no Bass/Baritone practice after school today
Meeting at 1st Break
SOUND & LIGHTING:
All those interested in joining the Sound & Lighting Crew, please to meet at the hall at 1st break today.
TODAY from 3 – 4:30.
TALK BY TIM NOAKES:
The Real Meal Revolution: Raising Superheroes talk by Tim Noakes – Interested parties details on the sport notice board and outside Mr Rudd’s office.
Date: Thursday 5 November 2015
Venue: Memorial Hall RBHS
Time: 17h30 for 18h00
Band practice TODAY. All to attend. Refreshments provided.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT - INVENTORY:
All instruments/equipment/stands etc: that belong to WBHS must be brought to school by Thursday and be left in the store room.
Your name must be on the case. Failure to do so will have consequences
OXBRIDGE ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES:
For over 25 years, we have offered summer study (or in our case, winter study) abroad experiences in England, France, Spain, and New York City at major universities like Oxford and Cambridge.
The programs are aimed at high school students (13 -17) who have the desire and motivation to enrich themselves intellectually while immersing themselves in a foreign culture.
A variety of courses ranging from British History, Molecular Medicine, and International Law to Studio Art, Psychology, language courses, and many others are offered.
Gr 10 & 11 - Anyone who is interested must meet in the library tomorrow during the Tuesday Tutorial, 12h30 - 13h00
All Players - Please note that all water polo training sessions have started. Boys who miss any sessions going forward will be given DT. Roll call will be taken.
Cricket Training Arrangements: Tuesday, 20/10/15
Please note that there will be no training on the Jacques Kallis Oval this afternoon due to the Jacques Kallis/Sporting Chance coaching clinic
1st XI: Silverhurst A (middle)
2nd XI: Silverhurst A (nets)
17A: Silverhurst A (nets)
3rd XI: Silverhurst A (nets)
4th XI: Silverhurst B (nets)
5th XI: Hawthornden
6th XI: Hawthornden
14A cricket team + Pretorius and Southgate - to meet in C21 at the beginning of 1st break
Meeting in C32 at 1st Break. All to attend
Any boy interested in doing a scuba qualification there will be a meeting on Thursday in C24 directly after school with the Scuba instructor. This will be a Question & Answer session for you to clarify and ask questions before deciding whether you wish to do a qualification.
Will all the boys playing in the Stayers festival this weekend please meet in D32 at first break today.