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FRESH EGGS NOURISH THE BODY NUUS NEWS Tel: 021 872 3880 www.awsum.co.za AWSUM News SEPTEMBER 2015 PRIMARY & HIGH SCHOOLS LAERSKOOL & HOËRSKOOL Home Health Competitions Recipes Lifestyle School News GRATIS FREE NORTHERN SUBURBS Scan this code with your smartphone and like us on Facebook! RUGBY- WÊRELDBEKER 2015 NOG NET 2 WEKE! WEN! Jy kan een van twee gelukkige AWSUM-wenners wees, wat ‘n Springboktrui en Rugbybal geteken deur Jean de Villiers wen. Om te wen is maklik. Gaan “like” AWSUM News op facebook, en “post” dan die volgende op ons muur: Rugby World Cup 2015 #MakeItAHomeGame

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Page 1: Northern Suburbs (September 2015) Primary/High Schools

FRESH EGGSNOURISH THE BODY

NUUS

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Tel: 021 872 3880 www.awsum.co.za AWSUM News

SEPTEMBER 2015PRIMARY & HIGH SCHOOLS LAERSKOOL & HOËRSKOOL

Home Health Competitions RecipesLifestyle School News

GRAT

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EENORTHERN SUBURBS

Scan this code with your smartphone and like us

on Facebook!

Home

RUGBY-WÊRELDBEKER

2015

NOG NET 2 WEKE!

WEN

! Jy kan een van twee gelukkige AWSUM-wenners wees, wat ‘n Springboktrui en Rugbybal geteken deur Jean de Villiers wen.Om te wen is maklik. Gaan “like” AWSUM News op facebook, en “post” dan die volgende op ons muur: Rugby World Cup 2015 #MakeItAHomeGame

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2 FROM OUR SIDE

Team Editor: Tenille Swanepoel021 872 3880 | [email protected]

DesignersRowan Engledoe | [email protected] Bushby | [email protected]

Editorial co-ordinatorRyno Wolfaardt | 021 872 [email protected]

To advertiseArina van Biljon082 370 0677 | [email protected]

Printed by Paarl Coldset

Want to read this paper online? Scan this code with your smartphone and voilà!

Scan this code with your smartphone and like us on Facebook!

FAIRMONT HIGH WINS R10 000!

KEEP CALM!SPRING IS COMING ...

Hey, you!Have you ever wished that life could have a big red “pause” button? Not to stop the whole thing permanently; just so you could linger in an enjoyable moment. Or finish the homework you were assigned for tomorrow…

Sadly, time waits for no one, and this month is flying by. The fact that September is at our doorstep reminds us that spring is coming, and with it hopefully some warmer weather and longer days. Soon, it’ll be pool party time again. Until then, take a break – and read AWSUM.

For now, there are only 2 weeks remaining before the Rugby World Cup kicks off in England!!! Excitement is growing, even here at AWSUM HQ. Make sure that you enter the competition on our cover, where you could stand a chance of winning a rugby jersey and ball signed by Jean de Villiers. To enter, simply like AWSUM on Facebook and post a comment on our wall: Rugby World Cup #MakeItAHomeGame.

‘Till the next issueTenille and the AWSUM team

WINA RUGBY JERSEY

AND RUGBY BALL

SIGNED BY

JEAN DE VILLIERS!

Turn to the cover page

for more information

Congratulations Abrie Myburgh from

Bloemfonteinfor winning a year’s

supply of Wellington’s sauces!

WELLINGTON’S WINNER: AUG

If you didn’t win this month, remember that you can still enter. We are giving away a year’s supply of Wellington’s sauces every month!

Simply tell us what’s your favourite Wellington’s sauce flavour? Send your answer, contact details and postal address to: [email protected]

FAIRMONT HIGH(t) 021 976 1147 (e) [email protected]

In the first half of the year AWSUM News partnered up with Natural Beauty South Africa to bring you the Natural Beauty Schools’ Competition. Where schools could enter to win R10 000. After many entries the lucky school was Fairmont High, winning R10 000!Congratulations guys, we hope you enjoy your prize. A big thank you to our partners, Natural Beauty who made it all possible.

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FAIRMONT HIGH(t) 021 976 1147 (e) [email protected]

3 HOUSE & HOME

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083 270 6879BMM WoodworksOur services include:- Custom-made Furniture (Also built-in cupboards)- Re-purpose Furniture • Paint Techniques • Remodeling • Repairs • Upholstery- Shopfitting- Ceilings- Partitioning & Drywalling

BMM Furniture & DécorOur services include:- Interior Decorating & Consulting- Custom-made • Blinds • Curtains • Couch & Chair Slipcovers • Bedding • Floorcushions & Scatters • Ottomans • Headboards • Furniture

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Bellville: 021 949 3570 Parow: 021 930 0724Brackenfell: 021 981 9002

Spring

DO IT YOURSELF: TEA CUP BIRD FEEDER.

Spring is just around the corner (yay!). And I can’t wait to get back into my garden… I don’t have much of a green thumb, things

tend to die quickly in my yard (oops).

WHAT YOU NEED:• A tea cup and saucer.• Wild bird seed.• Super adhesive glue.• String.

WHAT TO DO:• Make sure your cup and saucer are

clean and dry.• Squeeze some of the glue onto the

edge of your saucer. • Tip your tea cup onto its side and place

on-top of the glue. • You will need to let it set for about 24

hours before you hang it outside.• Next all you have to do is pour in your

birdseed and hang it up.

Tel: 072 348 0251 | Fax: 086 609 8699 [email protected] | www.cleanablindsa.co.za

• Blind Cleaning all vertical & venetion• Blind Repairs on site• New Blinds more than 600 colours, shades textures to choose from• Window tinting - Top quality window films & safety laminates

JACQUES GERICKE #SO MUCH COMMITMENT / HEART / LOVE FOR FAIRMONT RUGBY Jacques Gericke played his 50th rugby match for Fairmont against Bosmansdam on 8 August 2015. Fairmont is very proud to call him a Monty!

FAIRMONT SOCCER GIRLS EXCEL

Back: Right: Nina Dunleavy; Sarah Tout; Rachel Benton; Isabella Sinclair; Carmen van der Merwe; Talia van Wyk; Courtney April; Cleo Murphy.Front: Right: T. Moore (Team manager); Naemi Frenzel (vice-captain); Shannon Mills (Captain); P. Jacobs (Coach).

On the 6th of August 2015, Fairmont High School’s 1st Girls’ Soccer team participated in the S. L. I. M. Cup Championship, five-a-side, at the German International School. Fairmont played 6 matches and scored a total of 25 goals, once again walking away with the cup as the overall winners of the 2015 S.L.I.M. Cup Championship. This same team went on to face St Cyprians on 17 August 2015, beating them 6-0 and winning the league for the sixth consecutive year.

In the photo from left: Cayley Jones; Kaylin Brunsdon; Jenna-Leigh Dolpire; Emma Koeglenberg; Jessica Rossouw; Kay-Lynn McLean; Nicole De AbreuAires; Candice Earley; Adrienne Wing; Hannah-Jayne Hough; Jessica Venter, Julia Masereik. Absent members: Teagan Crament; Gabrielle Demblon; Emma Jacobs, Courtney Sinclair, Brigeet Benadie

Fairmont High School’s 1st team hockey girls participated in the Spar Hockey Knockout Tournament throughout the hockey season. Fairmont played its first game on 14 March 2015 against Bergvliet High School and won 5-0.

The second round of matches took place on 1 May 2015 in Stellenbosch. Fairmont beat Rustenberg High School 2-1, and Pinelands 1-0.

Winning this game put Fairmont into the quarter- finals, which was played on the 10th of August at

the D.F. Malan Astro.

The Monties beat Strand High School to make it to the semi-final. Fairmont unfortunately lost the semi-final to Herschel Girls’ School and lost the play-off for third and fourth place to Springfield Convent School.

Fairmont thus ended fourth in the Western Cape, and is the highest placed team from the Northern Suburbs. This is an outstanding achievement from the girls.

1ST TEAM HOCKEY GIRLS

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4 FOOD

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BACON AND BANANA STUFFED CHICKEN BREASTSServes 4

Chicken breasts complemented by firm ripe bananas, salty streaky bacon and sticky Wellingtons Sweet Chilli Sauce. INGREDIENTS:• 4 chicken breast fillets,

skinned and deboned• 2 tbls Wellingtons’ fruity

Sweet chilli• 4 firm ripe bananas,

peeled• 16 rashers of streaky

bacon – 4 per breast METHOD:Preheat oven 180°C.

Place the chicken breasts on a chopping board and using a sharp knife, cut a slit horizontally into the side of each breast to make a deep pocket –don’t cut all the way through!

Cover the inside of each breast with Wellington’s

Fruity Sweet Chilli Sauce.

Cut the bananas to size and insert into breast pockets.For each breast, lay 3 rashers of bacon out onto a flat surface. Lay the breast on top of the bacon and wrap bacon around the breast. Secure with toothpicks.

Place on an oven tray and bake for 15–20 minutes until done.

Remove from oven and rest the breasts for 10 minutes.

Serve with steamed green beans and new potatoes and an extra drizzle of Fruity Sweet Chilli Sauce.

© Jenny Morris 2014 -2015 By Jenny Morris

Follow Jenny @jennymorrischef

Win a year’s supply of Wellington’s sauces

for you and your family! To enter, simply tell us what’s

your favourite Wellington’s sauce flavour? Send your

answer, contact details and postal address to:

[email protected]

Congratulations;Abrie Myburgh from Bloemfontein

for winning a year’s supply of Wellington’s sauces!

NEWS / NUUS

Get the latest AWSUM edition on - www.awsum.co.za

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DANCING QUEENTime to pop on your dancing shoes in heels you can actually twirl around the dance floor without breaking an ankle. Whether you are stepping out in a long and lavish ball gown or a shorty and

sassy dance dress, which by the way, is the new cool trend, you want to rock the most eye-catching sandals.

Silver strappy sandals, R550,TRUWORTHS.

Take note of the oh so glam glitter strappy sandals much-loved by

fashionistas like Cara Delevigne that won’t let you down as you dance the

night away.

MATRIC MANIA

The MATRIC Dance is the Super Bowl of high school. It’s the ultimate date night

and whether you go with your longtime sweetheart or a new heart throb, you are going to go all out to look like million dollar babe. Fashion Editor Pepe Sofianos has just the perfect- finish shopping list

for you!

Pepe saysSo you’ve got the killer dress and the hot date all lined up. That’s just half the battle. You’ve got to glam up for this epic evening

with all the right extras. There are a few must-haves you can’t go

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It’s the dazzling details that count when celebs hit the red carpet. Same applies

to you. This year it’s all glitz and glamour, get the look with showers of shimmer and

when in doubt, settle on silver. It’s classic and classy and goes with just about everything. What more can you

wish for?

CHAIN GANGIf you’re wearing your hair down or half-up make your Matric look

romantic and dreamy with a jewelled hair chain or sparkly headpiece that cascades onto your forehead like an exotic princess. Just remember, this shimmery accessory is the focus, so go for understated earrings that won’t

compete for attention.Indian hair chain,

R39.99, MR PRICE

‘EAR ‘EAR!Earrings are the perfect finishing touch and always look glam and MATRIC Dance night calls for a little more glitz than usual but be careful not to overload the look. So what’s new? How about a stunning statement ear-hugging ear cuff and

Always wear your hair pushed behind that ear to show it off like Emma Watson.

a dainty partner for the other ear? If you wear your hair up go for a dangly option and for a short hairstyle or long locks, nothing beats a sparkly half-moon.

Gold chain earring set, R25.99, MR PRICE

Diamanté set, R55, TRUWORTHS.

ON THE CUFFThe retro revival is all the game right now and what better way to celebrate being a glitzy gal than to splurge on some serious sparkles. Bracelets are big and bountiful, the perfect foil for all that glossy skin on bare arms! A good bet is something utterly glamorous and drop-dead gor-geous like a jewelled or diamanté cuff, especially an elasticised one that won’t slip off or slide around when the dancing gets hot.

Jewelled cuff, R499, ACCESSORIZE.

Stack of rings, R39.99, MR PRICE.

RING A DINGSo you spent a fortune on the manicure of your dreams and you just have to show off those fancy tips. Time to play the stacking game. Stackable rings are the way to go, piled knuckle high or worn singly on every finger and your thumbs. Go for a mix of metals and shimmery stones to make your fingers do the talking.

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6 LAERSKOOL ARISTEA(t) 021 988 7463 (e) [email protected]

LAERSKOOL EVERSDAL(t) 021 976 8134 (e) [email protected]

CHESSThree chess players from Eversdal Primary School qualified to represent South Africa in the 2015 African Schools Individual Chess Championships held in Gaborone, Botswana from 21 – 30 August 2015.

They are f.l.t.r. Emil Schnäbel, Reece Frye and Danté Eaton.

FUN AT DAMUSFor the learners of Eversdal Primary School August means, Damus (their motto - We Give). On 27 August it was the highlight of this year’s major fundraising project . They had lots of fun, while collecting money for charity. These learners know that, what they have, is a blessing and the right thing to do, is to share their blessings with less privileged children.

On the photo are Jennah Ortell (left) and Phevika Jacobs (right), both in Grade 3, having lots of fun at Damus.

REDENAARLynn-Mari Brooks het vanjaar deurgedring na die finale rondte van die Nasionale ATKV-Redenaarskompetisie wat Donderdag, 20 Augustus 2015, by ATKV Goudini plaasgevind het. Uit letterlik duisende inskrywings wat sedert die eerste rondte by skole landswyd aangebied is, het sy uiteindelik met die 23 bestes in die land meegeding.

INTERSCHOOLS This year Durbanville’s Preparatory School and Primary School were the hosts of the yearly Interschools between them and Eversdal Primary School. The week of 18 till 22 August was filled with numerous sport and cultural activities. On Friday, the day before all the senior teams participated, during first break, the teachers of Eversdal played ”touchies” against the learners. This was great fun!

UNISA MUSIEK TEORIE EKSAMEN Die volgende musiekleerders het pas UNISA musiek teorie eksamen afgehandel. Ons is trots op hulle!

LAERSKOOL DE KUILEN(t) 021 903 4160 (e) [email protected]

DE KUILEN HELD THEIR ANNUAL MR AND MISS DE KUILEN PAGEANT

The winners from left to right are Ivana Gordon – Miss Mini De Kuilen, Buhle Hoza – Miss

De Kuilen, Joshua Hector – Mr De Kuilen and Leolyn

Baatjes – Mr Mini De Kuilen.

Photo taken by Robin Thuynsman

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7 MOTORING

LAERSKOOL DE TYGER(t) 021 930 2829 (e) [email protected]

DIE TYDGIERE KONSERTNa weke se harde oefening was dit tyd vir die skoolkonsert. Groot was die opwinding onder die leerders. Maar by sommiges het die senuwees ook geknaag. Trots het die ouers, groot-ouers en vriende die drie aande bygewoon en die konsert terdee geniet. Elke graad het vyf jaar van

die skool se 50ste bestaansjaar gehad om liedjies van te kies om op te dans. Vir die ander tienjaar het die onderwysers die konsertgangers vermaak met hul ander “talente”. Vir lank sal hierdie onthou word. Dankie vir elke leerder en onderwyser se bydrae om dit ‘n sukses te maak.

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RANK TEAM PLAYED AVG PTS1 PAARL BOYS HIGH 14 7,3432 HELPMEKAAR 17 7,1243 GREY COLLEGE 16 6,9064 GLENWOOD 16 6,7385 SELBORNE COLLEGE 16 6,5196 MONUMENT 19 5,6477 ST STITHIANS 17 5,6358 STELLENBERG 20 5,4259 BOLAND LANDBOU 13 5,18510 GREY HIGH SCHOOL 14 5,114

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9 HEALTH

Shop 8b, Paradys Park Centre, Brackenfell. Tell: 021 981 8489

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LAERSKOOL LABIANCE(t) 021 949 9740 (e) [email protected]

LABBIES DOES UBUNTU!their PSW project. They then took these boxes to Symphony Primary School and blessed learners of the same age with these gift boxes. Kaceylee Jabobs did a little speech:“My name is Kaceylee Jacobs and I am from Labiance

Primary. Today I will be talking about what Ubuntu means. Ubuntu is about “we” not “me” and to build positive team outcome using self talk focussing not on “I” but “we”. Ubuntu means to me to be kind to others, not to judge other people, think more about others and less about yourself.

And remember all people are unique and special in their own way. Thank you and I hope you are elated with your gifts. Enjoy your day”

For most teens, selfies are a harmless bit of adolescent fun, no more dangerous than other passing fads. Actual damage by selfie is rare, but it does happen. As a parent, you need to be aware of these risks and become equipped to discuss them with your teen.

SELFIES AND SELF-ESTEEMOne risk factor for selfies is that the act and obsession with taking them can lead teens to the development of poor self-esteem.

There has been some speculation about whether self-portraits help or hurt self-esteem. Out of the few studies that have been conducted on the matter, the verdict on the effects of selfies on teen self-esteem is somewhat conflicting.

A body image survey conducted by the

TODAY Show found that 65% of teen girls feel that selfies boost their self-confidence. 40% of them agreed that social media helps them put their best face forward. However, 53% of respondents alleged that photos of themselves that are posted by others can make them feel bad.

Earlier this year a teen from the UK became obsessed with taking the perfect selfie. He dropped out of school, lost thirty pounds, and didn’t leave the house for six months because he was

THE SELFIE CULTURE: SHOULD WE BE WORRIED?

You can hardly go onto Facebook, Instagram or any other social media site without being inundated with selfies. A recent study found that a 91% of teens have reportedly posted

a photo of themselves online. With this kind of statistic, odds are that your teen has already taken and posted at least one of these instant self-portraits.

By Steven Wodawww.uknowkids.com

posted or merely sent to one person.College admissions officers and

scholarship foundations now often include a search on social media for prospective students. Many employers have started looking up a job applicant’s online presence and factoring that information into their hiring decisions. That car-surfing stunt a teen photographed in his first year of college may be years in the past. But to an employer, what does that say about the job applicant’s judgment and self-control? He doesn’t know how long ago that picture was taken or how much your teen has changed in the intervening time; he only knows what the photo tells him.

SELFIE SAFETY TIPS: 1. Teach teens early on that selfies, social media posts, and the feedback they receive on social media should not be tied to their self-worth.2. Ensure that your teens are using proper privacy settings throughout their social media accounts.3. Instruct your kids to be careful about the personal settings and items that are featured in selfies.4. Only post selfies that you would be comfortable sharing with the world.

devoting ten or more hours a day to taking pictures. Eventually, he attempted suicide by overdose.

The chances are pretty good that your teen is not as ill as this young man was, but, while rare, the case demonstrates how poor self-esteem can be exacerbated by the selfie trend. The danger is very real and

is something that should be on every parent’s radar.

SELFIES AND YOUR ONLINE REPUTATIONAs with all online and social media activities, posting selfies can have a negative effect on your child’s online reputation. Both the quantity and subject

matter of photos that are shared with friends on Facebook can impact the level of support and intimacy within their relationships.

Additionally, the permanence of anything that is posted online, like selfies, can haunt a teen years after they’re taken. Although there are a few ways kids can make the social networks they use more protected, there is never a guarantee that something won’t go viral once it is

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12 DURBANVILLE VOORBEREIDING(t) 021 975 1125 (e) [email protected]

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QUEEN AND PRINCESS NETBALL FUN DAYWelgemoed Primary hosted a mother and daughter netball day at their school on Wednesday, 29 July 2015. A team consisted out of three moms and four daughters. Sixteen teams took part. The day was enjoyed by all and wonderful memories were made.

LEWENSVAARDIGHEDE RAAK PRAKTIESDie graad 6-leerders van Laerskool Welgemoed het besluit om hulle Lewensvaardighede hoofstuk oor kulturele deurgangrites, prakties uit te beeld. Die dogters kon enige trou-seremonie kies. Hulle moes die hele seremonie, kaartjie, rok en eetgoed volledig beplan!

WISKUNDE KOMPETISIE Ons wens die volgende leerders geluk wat deelgeneem het aan die tweede rondte van die WKOD wiskunde kompetisie. BAIE GELUK!!Graad 1: Troy Stoffberg, Cornel Beyers, Rease Human.Graad 2: Etienne van Rooyen, Julienke Pretorius, Dieter Kleinhans.Graad 3: Megan Lourens, Lance Bosman, Karel Beyers.

ANNUAL CONCERT The main characters for our annual school concert did voice rehearsals on Monday 24 August 2015. Die konsert-koors loop hoog en ons kan nie meer wag vir wat weereens beloof om ‘n skouspelagtige geleentheid te wees nie!

Alle voedsel: Kontant Alle speletjies: Armbande en koeponne.

Mnr. en Mej. Kermis : Uitdunne Vrydag 11 September (13:15 – 14:15)Siwwies: R 5,00 Deelname: R 10,00

Mnr. en Mej. Kermis Finale Vrydag 18 September (18:30)Algemene speletjies en verversings: slegs vir leerlinge: gedurende skoolure

Vrydag 18 September (10:00 – 14:00)R 150,00 per armband, onbe-perkte toegang tot alle ritte vir die hele dag.

Tradisionele Kermis Vrydag 18 September (16:00 – 20:30)Armbande is steeds geldig.

VANJAAR SE KERMIS SAL UIT DIE VOLGENDE AKTIWITEITE BESTAAN :

Hierdie is ons groot fondsinsameling vir 2015. Sodoende kan ons die skoolfooie relatief laag hou en terselfdertyd is dit ‘n goeie geleentheid om sosiaal te verkeer en saam te werk tot voordeel van ons skool en ons kinders, om wie ons lewens tog maar gesentreer is. Ons gaan weer op u steun vir die voorbereiding en verskaffing van produkte en items om die oorhoofse onkoste so laag as moontlik te hou. Insetkoste is uiteraard die moordenaar van wins indien u bewus is van kontakte waar ons produkte teen spesiale pryse/gratis kan bekom, moet u asseblief met Laerskool Brackenfell skakel. By voorbaat dankie vir u samewerking. Ons weet dat ons, soos in die verlede, op ons ouers en gaste se lojaliteit weens die skool kan staatmaak.Hiermee word u hartlik uitgenooi om die aand saam met ons te kom geniet.

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ALGEMENE INFORMASIE

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13EDGEMEAD PRIMARY SCHOOL(t) 021 558 1007 (e) [email protected]

HOCKEY“Kenridge First Team Hockey Boys won the Durbell Premier League final hosted at Stellenberg High School.”

WP U/12 RUGBY TEAM REPRESENTATIVESCongratulations to John Vermaak, Connor Davis and Reinhard van der Westhuizen for being selected to the WP U/12 rugby teams. These boys will take part in the U/12 Coastal Tournament at Riversdale from 1 - 3 October 2015. The staff and learners at Kenridge Primary are very proud of their achievements.

From L to R: John Vermaak, Reinhard van der Westhuizen, Connor Davis

CHARITYFrancois de Villiers Gr. 2, Liam Proston Gr. 6 en Liam Nel Gr. 1 het baie ekstra kleingeld gebring vir die NID (Nasionale Instituut vir Dowes) in Worcester. “Change for change”. Thanks for caring, boys!

Van links na regs: Francois de Villiers, Liam Proston en Liam Nel

SA MTB XCO CUP SERIES Alec Coleské (middle) won the overall series of the SA MTB XCO Cup Series which was held in four provinces. He is, therefore, the SA Cup U/10 champion who has accumulated the most points in his age category. He is also the SA National Mountain Bike Champion for Nipper boys (U/10), having recently won the National Championships in Stellenbosch.

TEA WITH EDGEMEAD PRIMARY SCHOOLThe residents of Farmersfield Retirement Village were delighted to be entertained with a programme of music, presented by Edgemead Primary School’s Jazz Band, Marimba Bands and music pupils on Wednesday, 19 August.

SA SHORT COURSE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GALA Rebecca Meder participated in the SA Short Course National Championship Gala from 16 – 19 July in Pietermaritzburg. This gala is the highest level of Swimming for Short Course (25m) in SA. It is an open age gala and Becky was the youngest female swimmer competing. She competed against some of SA’s top female Olympic swimmers. She won a bronze medal for the Female 800fr and placed 4th in the Female 400fr. She placed 5th in the Female 400IM and 200IM. Her relay teams won 2 bronze medals. Becky also qualified for multiple Senior National events to be held in Durban next year in March.Becky competed in the Western Province Short Course Championship Gala held 24-26 July at Longstreet Swimming Pool. She medalled in all 14 events that she competed

in, and achieved 13 gold medals and one silver medal in her age group (12 + 13). Becky was also awarded the Junior Victrix Ludorum.Rebecca broke multiple records in the 2 galas and now holds ever single Age 12 WP Short Course record for every possible event in a stroke. That is a total of 18 records!Rebecca is coached by Bianca Marais and is a member of the Tygerberg Aquatics Club.

PREFECTS COLLECTED SOFT TOYS This month the Edgemead Primary School prefects collected soft toys for people in need as part of the Goodwood Rotary Club’s One-To-One initiative. On 16 August the Goodwood Rotary Club hosted an event

where toys (which we collected), fruit and other gifts were handed out as prizes. Thank you to the Edgemead children (and parents) for your wonderful effort – you provided over 700 items.

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14 LAERSKOOL BELLPARK(t) 021 919 0002 (e) [email protected]

LAERSKOOL MIKRO(t) 021 903 2126 (e) [email protected]

KOERANTVASVRA-KOMPETISIEOp Donderdag, 30 Julie, het drie spanne (toevallig almal graad 6’e) van Laerskole Bellville-Noord, De Tyger en Parow-Noord aan die Angra-Avontuurklub se jaarlikse Burger Koerantvasvra-kompetisie deelgeneem. Die kompetisie word al jare lank deur Annie Brand (afgetrede onderwyseres en tans ‘n privaat toergids) gereël. ‘n Goeie gees het tussen al die spanne geheers en waar ‘n span dalk ‘n deel van ‘n koerant per ongeluk nie saam gebring het nie, het die ander spanne hul koerante gedeel sodat die kompetisie altyd

op gelyke vlak plaasgevind het. Parow-Noord was vanjaar gasheer en het vir ‘n eet-en drinkding gesorg om die breine vanaf 15h00 tot 17h00 gefokus te hou. Bellville-Noord het die eerste keer in ‘n aantal jare weer deelgeneem en danksy ‘n goeie eerste rondte met algemene kennis ‘n voorsprong opgebou wat die ander spanne net nie kon uitwis nie. Hul wen dan ‘n pragtige skild wat hul volgende jaar weer sal moet verdedig. Die BN-span het bestaan uit Ruben Fischer, Hanno Matthysen, Johnathan van Tonder en Tjardt Zeeman.

Op die foto staan al die deelnemers.

Hier is Ruben, Hanno, Tjardt en Johnathan (vlnr) tydens die kompetisie hard aan die soek vir daardie inligting wat wegkruip.

KOOR APPLOUSTydens die Junie/Julie-vakansie het ‘n paar graad 4-dogters, sonder om dit te beplan of dat hul van mekaar geweet het, pragtige modelle van rivierhuise uit rommel gebou, Dit was na aanleiding van werk wat hul in Natuurwetenskap en Tegnologie behandel het. Hul het die

inligting wat hul oor strukture en raamwerk geleer het prakties gaan toepas. Die skool se herwinningsprojek net voor die einde van die kwartaal het weer daartoe gelei dat hul natuurlik nie sommer van enige ander materiaal as rommel gebruik gemaak het nie.

Hier is Charne Burger (links) en Saskia van Rensburg met hul modelle.

Danielle Potgieter met haar model.

WES-BOLAND EISTEDDFODBeide ons Junior en Senior kore het Cum Laude toekennings tydens bogenoemde eisteddfod ontvang.

GR. 1 TOT 4 KONSERT: PRINSES SUKHANAAMPlek: Laerskool Mikro, Kuilsrivier; Datum: 8, 9, 10 September 2015Tyd: 19:00 Kaartjies: R60, R50; Besprekings: Laerskool Mikro 021-903 2126 / 084 580 8170

LANDSDIENSPRESTASIEMia Schoeman, Anika Slabbert en Kian Brits is na afloop van ‘n landsdiensstreekkamp te Jonkershoek gekies om ‘n interprovinsiale kamp in Brits by te woon. Corné Schreuder en Tenika Franken is gekies om die Wes-Kaap tydens die nasionale kamp in Brits te verteenwoordig. Beide kampe vind gedurende Desember 2015 plaas. TENIKA is as leier van die Wes-Kaap Landsdiensspan gekies. Al hierdie leerders is gr. 7.

MUSIC MINGLE MANIAWhat do you get if you have the co-ordinator and co-founder of the Music Workshop Program as one of the music teachers at your school? You get the opportunity to have a group of Bellpark musicians participating in an eventful day with others from various backgrounds having fun with music. 21 August 2015 was such a day in Stellenbosch where groups from Bellpark Primary, Timberlea Media Centre, Rietenbosch Primary, La Rochelle, Sihambe and Cloetesville all played the well-known song, “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” as an ensemble on various instruments. Some of the instruments played by the group of 75 learners included the piano, guitar, xylophone, drums and cymbals. The event also included a tour of Stellenbosch University’s Music Department, snacks upon arrival and of course a ‘take-away’ sweet packet.What is the Music Mingle?The Music Mingle started in

humble numbers in 2013 as an initiative driven by the Music Workshop Program as an ‘outing’ for music groups. There were 16 learners who participated in the initial programme and the feedback was so positive that the facilitators decided they had to have another event. The Music Mingle has been so successful that 2016 will call for an even larger event and possibly an even larger venue.

WINTERSPORTFEESSport kan baie interessant raak wanneer tweelingbroers onderskeidelik die sportorganiseerder van Laerskool Bellpark en Laerskool Courtrai is. Die sportveld was die neutrale grond vir ‘n sportfees! Die twee skole het Vrydag, 14 Augustus

in skaak, hokkie en landloop meegeding en beide skole het baie goed gevaar. Saterdag, 15 Augustus, het die netbal- en rugbyspanne die geleentheid gehad om hul staal te wys. Sport het gedurende hierdie naweek geseëvier.

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15LAERSKOOL GENE LOUW(t) 021 976 8144 (e) [email protected]

HOËRSKOOL EBEN DÖNGES(t) 021 988 7439 (e) [email protected]

NETBAL WP-KLEUREVerskeie dogters van Laerskool Gene Louw het hierdie jaar Wes-Kaap en WP-kleure in Netbal verower. Ons is trots op ons netbaldogters.

Agter v.l.n.r.: Ténica Mearns, Andrea Beyers, Meghan Schutte, Jami Kruger en Emma Thom (almal Wes-Kaap kleure).Voor v.l.n.r.: Kaylie Lategan, Rochelle Visagie en Nina Smit (WP-kleure).

HOKKIEDOGTERS WEDSTRYDGene Louw Laerskool se 1ste span Hokkiedogters het ‘n besonderse suksesvolle seisoen en speel op 29 Augustus in die ligafinaal teen die span van Laerskool Kenridge gehad. Hulle kwalifiseer ook vir die Top Schools toernooi wat op 11 September plaasvind. Ons is geweldig trots op ons hokkiebokkies!

Voor: Hannah Schwartz (kapteine) Middel v.l.n.r.: Caitlin De Wet, Stacey Marinus, Lauren Chedburn, Anja Nel en Emma Keyser.Agter v.l.n.r: Alicia Malan, Megan Weideman, Simone Wessels, Hayley Wessie, mev. Renate Hanekom (afrigster) en Aneleh de Lange.

MINI-NETBAL IN MONTAGULaerskool Gene Louw het jaarliks ‘n vriendskaplike mini-netbaltoernooi teen Montagu. Hierdie jaar het die 0/7- tot 0/9A- en B-spanne deelgeneem. Al die mammas en pappas was daar om hulle dogters te ondersteun en om van hierdie naweek ‘n feestelike geleentheid te maak.

Agter v.l.n.r: Isabella Agenbach, Lienke Vermeulen, Mia Kruger en mev. Elaine Thiart (afrigster).Voor v.l.n.r.: Megan Ross, Charne de Jager, Ane Janse van Rensburg en Lauren Fisher.

KOOR APPLOUSLaerskool Gene Louw se Seniorkoor het op 6 Augustus aan die ATKV Applous Gala-aand in Port Elizabeth deelgeneem. Altesaam 15 laerskoolkore en 24 hoërskoolkore vanoor die hele land het aan die Finaal deelgeneem. Ons is geweldig trots op ons Seniorkoor wat die afdeling vir Meer Ervare Laerskoolkore met 90, 41% gewen het. Hierdie was die tweede hoogste algehele punt van die kompetisie. Die volgende hoogtepunt op hulle agenda is die Tygerberg Eisteddfod Gala-aand op 4 September in die Endlersaal in Stellenbosch.

VISIT TO THE SCIENCE MUSEUM All the Grade 4 classes of Gene Louw Primary went on an excursion to the Science Museum in Observatory. They participated in several activities and attended a workshop where experiments about some basic Science concepts were presented to them. Fun was had by all!

Dylan Isaacs is creating a tornado in water while Joshua Maritz is staring in wonder.

A spin on the human gyroscope was a clear favourite. Amy Cooper is having a great deal of fun!

KIRSTENBOSCH TUINE Die graad 10 Lewenswetenskappe klasse het vir ‘n opvoedkundige uitstappie Kirstenbosch Tuine toe gegaan. Hulle het ook die nuwe Boomslang roete ervaar.

MATRIC FINAL ASSEMBLY The class of 2015 held there final assembly celebrating the highlights of their school career and gearing up for their finals.

KARATE Robyn Ross will represent South Africa at the 3rd World Goju Ryu Karate Federation Championships in Auckland, New Zealand, from 26 to 29 November 2015.

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BELLVILLE TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL(t) 021 948 6951/2/3 (e) [email protected]

HOËRSKOOL DF MALAN(t) 021 948 8781/2/3 (e) [email protected]

HTS BELLVILLE RUGBY IMPRESS!During the 2015 rugby season the Bellville Technical High school rugby teams definitely impressed many with a much improved success rate during their season results.

The U15, 16 & 19 squads won 50% of all their matches, and despite most of teams losing the last match against neigbours DF Malan, they look forward to a good 2016 rugby year.

HTS BELLVILLE SURPRISE AT TYGERBERG SEVENS COMPETTIONThe U19 Sevens team won 3 out of their 4 matches on Tuesday, 1 September, beating Jan Kriel, Tygerberg Club and Tygerberg B convincingly. HTS then faced the 2014 champs, Tygerberg High in the semifinal, in which the opposition dominated HTS. Despite the result our players really impressed all onlookers with their skills, speed and flair. This was a very fitting end to a good rugby season for our U19s.

DF MALAN SPORTTOEKENNINGS 2015

Agter v.l.n.r. Stefan Viljoen (Beste enkelsportprestasie), Jaco Engelbrecht (Veelsydigste sportster).Voor v.l.n.r. Nika Jordaan (Beste vordering in sport), Carmen Walters (Veelsydigste sportster), Carla Werth (Sportleierskap en skoolsport-toekenning)

STEFAN VILJOEN SKIET NOG ‘N WÊRELDTITEL LOSTydens die onlangse Presisieskiet Wêreldkampioenskappe wat te Brisbane, Australië gehou is (21 Julie – 1 Augustus 2015) het Stefan Viljoen die Proteaspan verteenwoordig en ‘n goue medalje verower in die junior liggeweer klas.

Hy het ook in die .22 afdeling ‘n silwer medalje verower. Die Presisieskiet Wêreldkampioenskappe word slegs elke 4 jaar aangebied. Die volgende Wêreldkampioenskappe is in 2019 en vind in Suid-Afrika plaas.

INTERSKOLE GEESDF Malan se onderwysers was saam met leerders opgewonde oor interskole. Gaan na die onderstaande skakel om te sien hoeveel pret hulle gehad het.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYzjTyaLjjI

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SENIOR AFRIKAANS OLIMPIADETwee matrieks en ‘n gr. 11-leerder van ons skool het skitterend presteer in die Senior Afrikaans-Olimpiade en die EAT-Olimpiade.Ruan Kitshoff (gr. 12) het die 8ste en Anél Swanepoel (gr. 12) die 11de plek behaal in die Wes-Kaap in die Senior Afrikaans-Olimpiade. James Sloane (gr. 11) die 6de plek in die EAT (Eerste Addisionele Taal)-Olimpiade in die Wes-Kaap behaal. Ons is trots op julle!

V.l.n.r.: Anél Swanepoel, Ruan Kitshoff en James Sloane.

INTERSKOLE GEESTydens die week voor die interskole was daar elke dag ‘n spesifieke tema. Hier verskyn die drie Gr 9-dogters wat die plakkaatkompetisie gewen het.

V.l.n.r.: Justine Pretorius, Christine Burden en Kayla Butler.

BESONDERE GELEENTHEID ‘n Baie besondere geleentheid het plaasgevind op Donderdag 20 Augustus toe mev Esté Meyer (vrou van die jongste seun van dr PS Meyer, voormalige Direkteur van Onderwys), by die Hoërskool Brackenfell opgedaag het met die seremoniële sleutel waarmee dr. Meyer die skool oopgesluit het in 1976. Dr Meyer is vroeër vanjaar oorlede en sy gesin is besig om sy besittings uit te sorteer.Die sleutel is nou ‘n kosbare besitting van die Hoërskool Brackenfell.

Op die foto verskyn me Esté Meyer saam met ons skoolhoof, mnr André Meyer.

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2015 INTERSKOLE : DE KUILEN VERSUS WORCESTER GYM

HOËRSKOOL DURBANVILLE RUGBY PRESTEERHoërskool Durbanville se o/14A Rugbyspan was vanjaar onoorwonne in die WP Premierliga. Hulle teken 678 punte aan en staan slegs 61 punte af in hul 15 wedstryde.

Durbanville o/14A Rugbyspan na hul 59-10 oorwinning oor Rondebosch Boys High.

HOËRSKOOL DURBANVILLE NETBAL PRESTEERHoërskool Durbanville se netbalspeelsters het vanjaar puik presteer. Die Durbies spog vanjaar met 14 speelsters wat provinsiale kleure verwerf het. 9 Speelsters is in die WP Netbalspanne en 5 in die Wes-Kaap Netbalspanne opgeneem.

Agter v.l.n.r. Silke Hellmann, Rumay Strauss, Lienkie Loubser, Martelle Smith, Cara van der Westhuizen, Reneé Wilhelm, Nicola Smith.Voor v.l.n.r. Rieke van Rooyen, Huibri Smith, Élan Stoffberg, Runé du Plessis, Gillian Fortuin, Robin McIntyre, Ansley Solomons.

DURBANVILLE BLAASORKESTE TOPS BY TYGERBERG EISTEDDFODHoërskool Durbanville se Junior- en Senior Blaasorkes het op Saterdag 1 Augustus deelgeneem aan die Tygerberg Eisteddfod. Die Juniororkes, o.l.v. Me Madeline Groenewald, het 84% behaal en het daarmee die trofee vir beste Junior Blaasorkes ontvang.Die Senior Blaasorkes, o.l.v. Me Suretha Theron, het 95%+ behaal en ontvang ook die trofee vir beste Simfoniese Blaasorkes in die Hoërskole-afdeling.

Durbanville Blaasorkes in aksie

HOËRSKOOL DURBANVILLE SEUNS OPGENEEM IN WP- EN NOORD-SONE KRIEKETSPANNEHoërskool Durbanville se Krieketspelers is vanjaar beloon vir hul goeie spel deur opname in die WP en Noord-Sone Krieketspanne.

Agter v.l.n.r. Emce van der Walt, Juanré de Klerk, Karl-Heinz Hellmann, Alexander Moore, Theunis du Toit, Quentin Raats, Mnr Nicolaas Minnie.Voor: Kobus Jordaan, Jean Aucamp, Carlo Cronje, Anton Esterhuizen, Rowan Wolmarans.

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ESIGNERATE & ENCE

Pieter Zwarts082-338-7853

Millwright(ISCOR)B.IURIS(UNISA)Business Park No 1, Durbanville [email protected] | Tel: (021) 979-3820

• Palisade & Brick Fencing• Balustrades & Staircases• Remote driveway gates

• Gates: Security & Swing• Building- Plans & approval

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HOËRSKOOL STELLENBERG(t) 021 919 1029 (e) [email protected]

THE SETTLERS HIGH SCHOOL(t) 021 948 6116 (e) [email protected]

STELLENBERG MEISIEKOOR AS 4 X WENNERS BEKROON!Die Stellenberg Meisiekoor onder leiding van Andre van der Merwe is Saterdag, 8 Augustus 2015 vir die 13de keer as die algehele wenner van die Nasionale ATKV-Applouskompetisie in die Veremarksaal in Port Elizabeth aangewys. SMK verwower ook die toekenning vir die beste vertolking van ‘n Afrika-lied , die beste vertolking van ‘n voorgeskrewe lied en die beste koor in die kategorie Meer Ervare Koor : Meisies. Hulle het die gehoor op ‘n geestelike reis meegevoer met hul briljante vertolking van Hoe groot is U (Carl Boberg. Verwerk deur S.Robson en aangepas deur Andre van der Merwe, twee Afrika -gebede:

Baba Soni ngani en Hlonolafatsa onderskeidelik tradisionele Zoeloe- en Sotho- liedere verwerk deur Andre van der Merwe en die aangrypende voorgeskrewe werk Psalm 8 deur Chris Lambrecht in die kategorie Meer Ervare Meisieskore, Die metaforiese uitbeelding van ‘n kruik wat gebalanseer word , is ‘n manjifieke musikale en visuele uitvoering van Chua-Ay ‘n Filippynse volksliedjie verwerk deur Fidel Cadalang. Hierdie sterk boodskap dat balans in ons daaglikse bestaan ‘n kernvoorwaarde vir geluk en vrede is, word onuitwisbaar deel van die mens wat daarna kyk , daarna luister en dit sy eie maak.

Link your brand to a schoolEmail - [email protected] or phone - 021 872 3880

HOPE FOR THE FUTURE - ONE WEEK, ONE CLASS, ONE GOAL The Prefects of The Settlers launched a HOPE FOR THE FUTURE - ONE WEEK, ONE CLASS, ONE GOAL initiative encouraging classes to get involved in making a difference in the community.

The learners of the 10MK class donated toiletries to a women’s shelter in celebration of Women’s Day.

The class of 11PR delivered various goods to an orphanage and spent time having fun with the children.

The class of 12TC spent the day painting and playing games with the children at a children’s home.

The class of 10BM invited the ground staff of the school into a classroom and presented each one with a hamper.

The class of 8DT donated baby formula and clothes to the Master of Arts organisation that help to improve living conditions in underprivileged communities.

The prefects decided to improve the facilities at an old age home and spent the day gardening, cleaning and doing general maintenance jobs.

NETBALL

The Settlers netball players who were part of the Western Cape and Western Province netball teams. From left to right: Jodee Johannes (WC), Yolanda Vimbani (WP), Maegan Ryan (WP), Mrs van Schoor (Manager in Charge), Carryn Hurling (WP) and Ruth Jantjies (WC).

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THIS ONE REALLY IS FOR THE GIRLS! From her powerful talents to her super glam style, nobody rocks like Barbie®.

In the new Barbie in Rock ‘n Royals movie, Barbie is Princess Courtney. A mix-up sends her to Camp Pop and Erika, a famous rock star, to Camp Royalty. With a lot of determination and support from their friends, Princess Courtney and Erika achieve amazing things. Barbie honors heroes like Princess Courtney and Erika who help break boundaries and prove girls can be anything they want to be. The message: everyone can unlock their dreams if they just try. The DVD will officially be released on 11 September and will be available at all leading retailers. Beat the crowds and pre-order your copy on the website: www.barbie-events.co.za.

RICKI AND THE FLASH 4 SEPT 2015

THE PERFECT GUY18 SEPT 2015

SOUTHPAW 4 SEPT 2015

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16-23 September 2015 “creative arts @ Durbanville

Library” kids art competition to the benefit of FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY. Tel 021 9755373 or

email [email protected].

Gr 1-3 will paint “I LOVE BOOKS”

Gr 4-7:

“BOOKS MAKE MY IMAGINA-TION FLY.

All pictures can only be painted at the library hall

All Winners will be announced on 23rd of Sept. Prizes : shop hampers to the value of R800

SEPTEMBERCape Town

International Opera Festival

Opera lovers will be pleased to know that Cape Town stages a

three week international opera festival at the Nico

Theatre complex.

Villa Pascal Events Diary

Fri 18 SeptemberSakka Stone

R100 19:30-21:30)

25-27 September Villa Pascal Spring

Festival

Fri 25 September Ottomanslap

R120 (19:30-21:30)

HAVE AN EVENT? Tell us about it!

Send it [email protected]

NEXT ISSUE OF AWSUM OUT:

29 September

OCTOBERMusiek Oppie Lande The Musiek-op-die-land

(MOLfees) is held on an annual basis on the wheatfields in or around the Swartland town of

Malmesbury in the Western Cape.