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August 2018

15 Aug 2018

VACANCY FOR AV TECHNICIAN, 1 JAN 2019

We are currently adverting the post of AUDIO VISUAL TECHNICIAN commencing 1 January 2019. Applications close on 31 August. For more information, please visit our web page at the link below:

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14 Aug 2018

SPORTS RESULTS - CLICK TO READ ONLINE

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14 Aug 2018

MATRIC STUDENT'S ARTWORK NAMED IN TOP 3 IN INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION

Congratulations to Annabelle Armstrong whose artwork has been named in the top 3 for her age group in an international art competition. More than 1000 paintings from 26 countries were submitted for judging. She has been invited to attend the Prize Giving of the 4th International Festival of Paintings for Pediatric Patients (IFPPP) in November in Reggio Calabria, Italy. Click on the link to see Annabelle's artwork and read the story which inspired it.

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14 Aug 2018

HEAD GIRLS FOR 2019 ANNOUNCED

This morning in assembly, the names of our Head Girl and Deputy Head Girl for 2019 were announced to much applause from their peers. We congratulate Georgina Armstrong (Head) and Lerato Moephuli (Deputy) on their appointments. May they remain true to themselves and be guided by the College's values to lead the school with integrity, compassion and humility. Click on the link below to send them messages of support on our Facebook page.

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10 Aug 2018

THE STEPP MINUTE ON IMPORTANT INFORMATION & DATES TO DIARISE

The STEPP Minute, presented in assembly this week, highlighted important information and dates for girls to diarise. Click on the link to read what the STEPP Leaders shared with the girls:

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09 Aug 2018

HAPPY WOMEN'S DAY & HAPPY BIRTHDAY ST ANNE'S

Staff and girls gathered together on 9 August to celebrate both Women’s Day and the College's 141st birthday in a special Eucharist Service. Rev Professor Beverley Haddad, Associate Professor in Theology and Development at UKZN, shared the message. She covered topics such as her involvement in anti-apartheid activism, the significance of Women's Day and the difference that women can make. Rev Haddad closed by suggesting three ways in which our girls can make themselves count - firstly, by protecting their bodies and not giving in to peer pressure; secondly by choosing a career that they can be passionate about and will help them to make a difference; and finally to find ways of standing alongside others, particularly those less fortunate than themselves. Click the link for full summary:

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08 Aug 2018

HORSE RIDING SISTERS REPRESENT SA IN NAMIBIA

Congratulations to both Beth and Amy Coxon Gilliatt who represented South Africa at the African Shield event hosted in Namibia from 2 - 6 August. Beth went on to finish 2nd for her individual performance at the competition whilst South Africa were placed 3rd overall.

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08 Aug 2018

REQUEST FOR PHOTOGRAPHS

We are in the process of gathering content for our 2018 yearbook. If you have any beautiful images of St Anne's girls in action - whether on the sports field, stage, working in the community or just doing what they do best - please send them in to jmckenzie@stannes.co.za.

08 Aug 2018

GIRLS REACH GOLD LEVEL FOR PRESIDENT'S AWARD

Congratulations to the following girls who have all achieved Gold Level for the President’s Award this year: Annabelle Armstrong, Gaby du Toit, Sophia Grieg, Phathiswa Myeni, Olivia Noyce, Hannah St Clair. You can click on the link below to congratulate them on our Facebook page ...

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08 Aug 2018

A REPORT & PICS FROM THE WORLD CHALLEGE TRIP TO MADAGASCAR

Click link to read the short report and view images from the World Challenge trip to Madagascar in the July holiday.

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07 Aug 2018

SPORTS RESULTS - CLICK TO READ ONLINE

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06 Aug 2018

GOLD FOR SYMPHONIC BAND & VOCAL ENSEMBLE AT THE 2018 EISTEDDFOD

2018 South African Society of Music Teachers PMB Eisteddfod: Congratulations to the Symphonic Band who achieved a Gold certificate for their Eisteddfod performance on Tuesday 31 July. Congratulations to the Vocal Ensemble who achieved a Gold certificate for their Eisteddfod performance on Wednesday 1 August. Click the link for images.

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06 Aug 2018

THE FINAL STRAW - METAL STRAWS FOR SALE

In an attempt to reduce plastic waste, STEPP is selling packs of 2 x metal straws with a cleaning brush for R110.00. Pop in to the Front Office, the STEPP Tuck Shop or email LTaylor@stannes.co.za to place an order.

06 Aug 2018

IN CHAPEL THIS MORNING

This morning Rev Susan highlighted the fact that August is known as the month of compassion in the Anglican Church. She went on to speak about mental health issues and in particular, depression, which so often has a negative stigma attached to it. Please click on the link below to read the full summary of this important message to our community. She closed the service with an announcement that she will be preaching our Women's Day service on Thursdday together with a special visitor, Rev Prof Beverley Haddad, Associate Professor in Theology and Development at UKZN. We look forward to the service.

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02 Aug 2018

IN CHAPEL THIS MORNING

The Usherwood girls lead Chapel this morning on the importance of unity. The word unity comes from the word community and St Anne’s is a community made up of many different parts. Each person in a community has strengths and weaknesses and when using these effectively we can build unity amongst everyone. The Bible calls on us to use our different talents and abilities to further the needs of our communities and each one of us has an important role to play. We can then be united in our quest to care for others and to build them up.

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