Libraries are essential in the process of giving learners access to knowledge. In digital times they are needed more than ever before.
Situated on the corner of Chelverton and Asher Streets in Alan Manor, Mondeor, the school thrives with its beautiful facilities and dedicated staff.
Kayla Plowright from Glenanda Primary School enjoys playing netball and recently made it to the Gauteng u-13 finals.
Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Catholic School pupil elected as Chairperson of Leadership and Recreation for the Mini City Council of Johannesburg
Michael Nolan served his faith in many ways, through Nazareth house, The Society of St Vincent De Paul and most recently ordained in 2009 as a deacon, went on to serve his parish through it’s very successful RCIA programme as well as assisting in the Sunday morning mass in the chapel at Booysens.
The school offers the CAPS curriculum, a high standard of education, a Christian ethos, small classes, qualified, dedicated and caring teachers, computer lessons, a variety of sport and extramural activities, and is registered with the IEB.
Waterstone College welcomes all the High Performance Programme (HPP) Coaches, old and new to the team.
They will be going to the Gauteng Trials on May 6.
These boys are excited to have been chosen as prefects for this year.
Learners competed in sporting events and were nominated to compete at the International Student Convention to be held at the University of Indiana in Pennsylvania.