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05 Nov 2019
DUX SCHOLAR: Jessica Lock Runner-Up DUX Scholar: Craig Duthie CHARACTER AWARDS – TROPHY NAME Effective Christian Outreach: Josie Munnings & Jessica Lock Barnabas Shield: Ovayo Kwanini Nehemiah: Ovayo Kwanini Philippians: Qhawe Nxumalo Service Award: Hannah Terblanche SPECIAL AWARDS Good Fellowship Award: Qhawe Nxumalo Steve Biko Leadership Trophy: Hannah Terblanche Headmaster's Award: Hannah Terblanche
05 Nov 2019
SPORT AWARDS Soccer Player of the Year: Sisa Badela Senior Girls Squash Player of the Year: Julia Kolm Netball Player of the Year: Kolly More SPORT MERIT Tennis (Re-award): Faith Adedeji Cross country: Jessica Lock Cross country: Jason Sheehan Cross country: Thomas Davis SPORT TROPHIES Esther: Jessica Lock Gideon: Mark Stuart CULTURAL Cultural – Senior Girl: Hannah Terblanche Cultural – Senior Boy: Mark Stuart ACADEMIC AWARDS MERIT 6 subject average of between 70 – 74%: Sisa Badela (Re-award) SCROLL 6 subject average of between 75 – 79%: Nathan Seton-Smith, Jason Sheehan (Re-award) & Hannah Terblanche (Re-award) FULL COLOURS 6 subject average of between 80 – 84% : Craig Duthie, Thomas Davis, Josie Munnings & Mark Stuart HONOURS 6 subject average of 85%+: Jessica Lock
05 Nov 2019
Congratulations to our 2020 High School House Captains. • Paul Hlungula • Zenande Gilbert • Asakhe Ngxonono • Connor Kretzmann
05 Nov 2019
Congratulations to our 2020 High School Worship Leaders. • Zenande Gilbert • Asakhe Ngxonono • Tianna Griffin • Zoe du Toit
05 Nov 2019
Congratulations to our 2020 High School Audio Visual Leader. • Jaydin Simons
05 Nov 2019
Congratulations to our 2020 High School Choir Leaders. • Tianna Griffin • Zoe du Toit • Zenande Gilbert • Thomas Gourlay
05 Nov 2019
We are proud to announce the Counsellor Team for 2020. • Tianna Griffin • Zoe du Toit • Caitlyn Tsheute • Jaydin Simons • Asakhe Ngxonono • Connor Kretzmann
05 Nov 2019
Well done to the Grade 11 team for putting together a lovely event. So much fun was had by all contestants. Congratulations to the “Treblemakers” who were the champions for the night.
05 Nov 2019
The Grade 4 class spent a fun-filled time in the great outdoors in the first week of this term. They learned all sorts of useful skills, such as how to put up their tents, make a potjie for supper and paddle a canoe. The camp leaders at Leaders in Life also put them through their paces with all kinds of team-building activities and games. A great time was had by all!
05 Nov 2019
On Wednesday, 16 October, the Grade 2 pupils had the privilege of visiting Kragga Kamma Game Park. What an exciting day we had. Aunty Lisa took us for a drive on the big truck. She told us many interesting facts about wild animals. Did you know that a giraffe has a tongue that is 45 centimetres long? We saw rhinoceros, giraffe, different buck, wildebeest, ostrich, warthog, lion, cheetah and many more. Kragga Kamma is a beautiful game park. We are so blessed to able to visit it.
05 Nov 2019
This year, Harvest collected the second highest percentage of units of blood donated by eligible donors. Harvest making a difference!
05 Nov 2019
On 19 September we held our annual Inter-House Athletics day at The Westbourne Oval. We were blessed with good weather and a great day of competition and fun. Vorster was the winning house this year. This a great way to end the year’s Inter House events.
05 Nov 2019
Once again the Grade 7 class had the opportunity to host the rest of the Primary School. The pupils had put 19 games together for their friends and fellow pupils to enjoy, ranging from Putt Putt through to the exciting “Escape Room”. The favourite game of the evening was the “Sugar Rush”, where we witnessed Mrs Franse, Mrs Linstrom, Mrs Bezuidenhout and Mr Pieterse all having turns to be chased by the Primary School pupils who were after the "sugar" attached to an outfit they were wearing. The PTA did a great job in supplying the food and juice for the evening. The funds raised by the Grade 7 pupils will be used to reduce the costs for their end of year outreach to Keiskammahoek, which takes place from the 25-29 November 2019. A huge thank you to all the Harvest pupils and parents.
05 Nov 2019
On a beautiful sunny day, the Grade 2 children went to play with our Heatherbank friends. The children enjoyed reconnecting with the friends they had made last term. We sang songs to each other and had a lovely time playing in the big play area. We look forward to seeing the Heatherbank children next term when we will be blessing them with items we will have collected for their Christmas boxes.
05 Nov 2019
This year the string workshop organized by Mrs du Toit, was held in the pre-school hall on 30 August (beginner – Grade 3 music level) and a week later (7 September) for the more advanced group. In both workshops, string players from various schools in PE met for an afternoon of hard work and making music together. This included having fun swapping technical warm-up exercises, splitting into different levels (with teachers for each level) to learn their part for a combined performance at the end of the workshop. The workshop promotes being part of a bigger musical family and using music to serve the community.
05 Nov 2019
At the end of term 3, the Grade 9 music class were given the opportunity to visit Kingfisher FM. They had a chance to see the workings of a radio station, and all that goes into running it effectively and successfully. They experienced what it is like to be live on air and the process of making recordings for broadcast. This is a wonderful opportunity where the students get to see possible careers within the music industry.
05 Nov 2019
On 13 and 14 September we had the privilege of hosting the Eastern Cape finals of the Kyknet "Sing in Harmonie" competition. Schools from all over the Eastern Cape and a few from the Western Cape participated. The event was held at Harvest Christian Church and was an opportunity to showcase our school. Our Primary School Choir did exceptionally well and received a trophy for the best micro-choir. In addition to this, on 24 November, the Primary School Choir will be participating in a Christmas concert with local Afrikaans celebrity, Nadine. This is a wonderful opportunity for the Harvest Primary School Choir and we are all very excited!

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