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The last award assembly of the year is one in which learners receive bronze merit or half colours for academics, sport and other achievements. They also receive subject merit awards in which Senior Phase learners must achieve 80%+ in examinable subjects , 90%+ in non-examinable subjects or 80%+ as an aggregate. In the FET Phase subject merit awards are awarded to learners who have achieved 80%+ in all subjects or 80%+ as an aggregate.

Congratulations to all the learners who received awards.

Read more: Term 4 Award Assembly

amandaHow we remember Amanda ...

Few souls are truly brave.
Bravery is a characteristic that governed Amanda's life.
She had a stoicism that defied understanding.
She did not shrink from duty.
Or withdraw from life because of her disease.
She faced each day bravely.

Read more: How we remember Amanda...

On Friday 31 July, 51 learners, with 31 projects participated in the Durban Eskom Expo for Young Scientists. 17 of the projects received bronze medals, 11 silver and 1 gold. The gold medal was won by Melissa Schneider and Lungile Mkhize for their project "Bridge Breaka".

Read more: Expo for Young Scientists

Each term closes with an Award Assembly in which term achievements are acknowledged and awarded. This term ended on 25 June with numerous winter sport awards which were awarded to sportsmen and women who performed during the winter sport season. Congratulations!

Read more: Term 2 Award Assembly

The hearts of Jesse's eight sons were exposed for all to see at the morning assembly on 18 June. You will remember how God sent Samuel to anoint one of Jesse's sons as the future King of Israel. Each son had a heart that did not please God although they may have looked like candidates for royal positions. God told Samuel that He looks at the heart of the man and not the outward appearance. David was chosen because his heart was pure and pleasing to God.

The heart appearance is what God sees and not the outward appearance visible to man.

Read more: The Heart

Physical Science and Life Sciences are subjects that receive a great deal of attention in the 2nd term. The Senior Phase learners must produce an expo project. It is assessed and forms part of their term mark. Other learners are also welcome to produce projects with the aim of entering the next stage of the competition which is the Eskom Durban Expo held on 31 July 2009.

This year there was a hall full of innovative and interesting projects all of which aimed to prove something. They were assessed by a panel of judges who selected a large number of projects to be displayed at the Durban Expo. Well done to all who took part!

Read more: DSS Expo 2009

A very warm welcome to a new name but an old face on the staff of DSS - Dr Angela Stott. She was graced with this well-deserved title on 21 April 2009. Congratulations.

 

Read more: Dr Stott

Up & Running

Up & Running
The summer sports programme is in top gear.
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Prefects Getaway

Prefects Getaway
An ecstatic bunch of prefects piled into the sprinter in anticipation of a great weekend from 26-28 January.
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Getting into the swing of pre-primary things

Getting into the swing of pre-primary things
Life has suddenly become very interesting again with the start of Pre-primary.
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Welcome 2018!

Welcome 2018!
2018 started on a good note.
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2017 Prize Giving Ceremony

2017 Prize Giving Ceremony
  Our annual Prize Giving Ceremony took place on 2 December in the KwaSizabantu Auditorium.
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2017 Term 4 Award Assembly

2017 Term 4 Award Assembly
  The final Award Assembly for 2017 took place on 30 November. At this assembly learners get some idea of their performance...
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In Focus

Class of 2017

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