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30 Aug 2019
“For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” (Luke 12:34) After plenty of planning, the night finally arrived. On Monday, 12 August, we had our annual Dads and Daughters Dinner, while on Tuesday, 13 August, we had our first Moms and Sons Dinner. The evening had a vintage feel with fairy lights, succulents, candles and pearls. Each child had their own placemats with their Biblical name meanings on them, which they were able to take home. The evening gave both parent and child the opportunity to build an even stronger relationship and make new memories. Whilst in deep conversation they enjoyed gourmet burgers and homemade brownies by candlelight, with good music in the background. The evening ended with a warm cup of coffee/tea, after which they had a beautiful photo taken.
30 Aug 2019
The Grade 2s were sitting outside when suddenly they heard sirens! Gardmed Ambulance had arrived to tell us all about how they help people in the community. The children had a chance to climb into the ambulance and ask questions about everything inside. Some children tried on an oxygen mask, others wore a neck brace and another had their arm wrapped in bandages. Many questions were asked by the children, and in the end the children realised that ambulances were not something to fear. Paramedics are there to help us when we are in need. The children have also been doing orals about people who help us in the community. It has been an exciting time of learning and realising how important it is for us to serve others
30 Aug 2019
Our Grade 1 class headed to Rautenbach Apiaries on a beautiful, sunny first day of August. A highlight for the students and teachers was tasting the honey scraped fresh from the honeycomb! An extremely informative lesson was given by Uncle Zander in the enclosed boma. Two brave children were chosen to dress up as bee-keepers and work with real, bee-filled hives! It was a most enjoyable experience for all.
30 Aug 2019
The World Knowledge Olympiad is a multiple-choice, general knowledge exam which was written on 13 May. The Primary School paper is open to Grade 6s and 7s, while the High School paper is written by students in Grades 8-12. The following students received a certificate in recognition of their participation: Primary School • Bongokuhle Dube • Nkanyezi Ngubane • Simoné Bloemhoff • Alakhe Njamela • Jenna van Rooy • Nande Nqiwa • Bianca Marais • Alice Bedeshe • Lutho Soga • Gabriel Odufu • Ntandoyakhe Bangani • Christin Jensen High School • Jessica Lock • Matthys Wessels • Emmah Heuff • Milaninande Siyongwana • Brenden Wessels • Siphosethu Dubazana
30 Aug 2019
The English Olympiad was written on 5 March this year. The theme this year was "A Twist in the Tale". Each candidate received an anthology of short stories at the end of 2018, which they were expected to study in preparation for the Olympiad. The results are as follows: • Zoe Du Toit - Silver • Josie Munnings - Bronze • Matthys Wessels - Bronze • Asakhe Ngxonono - Merit • Gareth Munnings – Merit
30 Aug 2019
The Matrics had their 40 Days celebration recently and paraded together with the High School Teachers as heroes and villains in Albert Road.
30 Aug 2019
There will be a viewer’s choice choir award announced on the day of the final. This choir will go home with a prize to the value of R30 000, which includes the recording of a professional music video. Voting lines will open on the day of the finals during the performances (it will be announced when the voting lines will open). There is no limit to the total number of votes you may send. The SMS number is 47620, SMS’s cost R3 per SMS. The viewer’s choice will not influence the choir’s points. Harvest’s voting number is: PE21. Please ensure that on the night you use the correct voting number. Free SMS’s don’t apply.
30 Aug 2019
Congratulations to Mrs Janice Heine and her husband Royden on the birth of their beautiful son, Samuel Desmond Heine, born on 14 August 2019. We pray that Samuel brings you so much joy and pray God’s richest blessings over your family.
21 Aug 2019
The Grade 3s had a wonderful outing to Animals in Wonderland. The weather was perfect - not too hot. Jeru, the owner and the person who teaches the pupils about the animals, has a real love for and a great relationship with the animals. After their lunch break, the pupils were taught about reptiles and whoever wanted a turn, got to hold one of the reptiles. Although some of the children were scared, they bravely touched or held one of the snakes or lizards. Even the teachers had a turn and got to hold the biggest snake. There were shrieks that came from the teachers, much to the delight of the children.
21 Aug 2019
The NSRI came to visit the Grade 2s this week as part of our theme: “People who Help us in the Community”. Judy Venter told us all about how we can keep ourselves safe when visiting the beach or a pool. We learnt about having a PLAN : Pack what we need for the beach; Look to see if it is safe to swim; Ask someone to watch you; Never swim when it is unsafe. We are very grateful for all the people who help us in the community. Thank you NSRI!
21 Aug 2019
Harvest Intermediate Phase Mathematics teams did us proud at the St George's Maths Challenge held on Monday 22 July. We competed against 5 schools: St Georges, St Andrews (Grahamstown), Woodridge, DSG, (Grahamstown) and Herbert Hurd. Our Grade 4s won one of the challenges in the Grade 4 and 5 sections. The Grade 5s came 3rd in this section. Our Grade 7s took third place in the finals and Harvest School was placed 3rd overall. Congratulations to all the students who represented us so well!
21 Aug 2019
As the sport department, we are thrilled by the outcome of our Derby Day, which has turned into more of a winter sport festival. Feedback from many of the schools involved was that the energy was electric and that they thoroughly enjoyed being part of the day. A big thank you to the PA, who took care of all the food. All our teams did well and we are so proud of our sportsmen and women. The highlight of the day was our 1st team soccer boys beating Willow 1st team, not to forget our 1st team hockey girls beating Willow 8-0. We look forward to next year as Willow host the event.
21 Aug 2019
On Friday 19 July, a very enthusiastic group of girls filled the Big Bus and we made our way to Grahamstown to play in the annual Derby against Victoria Girls’ High School. It was our turn to travel this year and it was great to be able to take both the 1st Hockey and Netball teams. When we arrived we received a warm welcome from the hostel matron and hockey coach in a very cold and wet Grahamstown. Despite the weather, games carried on with the hockey girls braving the cold. The netball girls were fortunate to play indoors at the Kingswood High Performance Centre. Due to the weather, Nico Malan cancelled their trip to Grahamstown so our Netball girls only played one game. The hockey girls played VGHS 1st and 2nd teams.
21 Aug 2019
Little did our precious colleague, Gail, know that her knight in shining armour was going to propose to her on Saturday 27 July at a family photoshoot on the beach. Sitting in the middle of a drawn out heart in the sand, Wessel asked Gail to marry him. What a wonderful, special day this was. Congratulations to Gail and Wessel. We pray Gods richest blessings on the two of you and cannot wait to see what God has in store for your family.

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