Our High School learners will be performing a modern abridged version of the Shakespearean tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, at the Playhouse Theatre this Wednesday evening. Tickets are available through Computicket. Here is a sneak peak at some of the performers in their costumes.
To conclude their second term theme about the Farm, the Grade 1’s went to the Animal Farm in Lello Road, Botha’s Hill. They had the opportunity to touch and feed farm animals. The Angora goats were their favourite! They saw a three day old lamb and a ten day old calf and ended off their visit […]
We were treated recently to a visit by the KZN Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Mr John Walton. The Grade RR to Grade 9 learners enjoyed a morning of music and learnt about the various roles of music and the different instruments in the orchestra – including the wind, string and percussion categories of instruments. The […]
We held a civvies day on Friday where learners made donations and wore denim in order to raise funds for Hunter Tilling. Hunter is an ex-SBS pupil and her younger brother still attends the school. Hunter was involved in a serious car accident on Good Friday and the family needs support in order to cover […]
We held our annual Unity Day on Friday, a day when the everyday demands of school are put aside for a few hours and time is spent getting to know other people in the school a little better. This year the theme for the day was “Designed for Greatness” and focused on the fact that […]
The Grade 7 learners spend a portion of their year studying Economic and Management Science which includes learning about entrepreneurship and how to run their own businesses. The culmination of this is a fun Market Day which the whole primary school gets to enjoy. This year the rain put a bit of a damper on […]
The school recently hosted their annual art exhibition which showcased the works of both Primary and High School learners. Parents and friends were invited to view the art which was displayed in classrooms and corridors throughout the Primary School.
St. Benedict School hosted the Final Matric Prize Giving ceremony on the 14 October 2016. Dr Amanda Zondo, a past pupil, was the Guest of Honour. The school also bid farewell to their Matrics with a traditional candle ceremony and the ringing of the bell. The Dux for 2016, who was also awarded with Academic […]
After spending some time learning about farming in Social Sciences, the Grade 4 learners visited Maywood Farm, a commercial dairy, beef, vegetable and egg farm which is situated near Pietermaritzburg. The learners had a fun filled day learning about farming with many hands on activities, including feeding the calves, searching for eggs and making and […]
The entire school celebrated Our Lady’s Birthday on Thursday, 8 September, with an assembly in the chapel garden. Mary, the mother of Jesus, is an example to all of us on discipleship and how to live a virtuous life. Each child made a tissue flower which was used to make a rosary on the grass […]