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On Friday 22 March, the Grade 9 class visited the Holocaust Centre in Durban. It was both busy and informative. Through photographs, DVD material and other exhibitions the learners could experience the Holocaust n very real way. Learners were involved in discussions and activities. In addition they were taught about modern genocides. The McDonalds stop was another important visit that was made along the way. The day ended at Mitchell's Park Zoo where the learners were exposed to a variety of animals some had never seen before.

 

DSS u15/2nd Team played Cricket vs Wembley College. 23 February 2013. Away.
Wembley scored 184 runs for 8 wickets in 30 overs.
DSS scored 56 runs all out in 20 overs.

DSS played cricket vs Wembley College. 23 February. Away
Wembley scored 261 runs for 5 wickets in 30 overs.
DSS scored 135 runs all out.
DSS lost by 126 runs.

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As part of the educational program, the Intermediate Phase learners visited the Greytown Museum and the Weenen Game Park on 22 February. The Museum was the first stop where the learners could look at all the 'olden day stuff'. It is divided into rooms such as The War Room, The Bedroom and various items related to the room theme were displayed. The washing machine and the gramaphone were among the more intriguing items. The museum has quite a lot to offer considering its size.

The next and final stop was the Weenen Game Park situated just outside of Weenen. On arrival the learners changed into more comfortable clothing. We were addressed by Chief Warden, Mr Raymond Zikhali. He explained how the park came into being and what types of animals could be found in the park. He answered questions especially about poaching. The park is home to a number of black and white rhino which are currently highly sought after by poachers. We were taken on a game drive a few kilometres into the park. We spotted quite a large variety of game. We stopped at Mtunzini picnic site for a braai. The learners could explore and play. enjoy a delicious lunch and then it was time to head home again. On the way out we spotted a number of rhino which was the cherry on the cake!

 

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Over twenty teams registered to participate in the 2013 Water Equilibrium. The first round consisted out of a quiz, where learners had to read a Case Study related to the competition and answer 8 multiple choice questions, based on the case study. All the teams that achieved a score of six out of eight or more then proceeded to the next stage.

Eight teams qualified to participate in the second round of the Water Equilibrium which took place on 18 February. The three top teams will compete in the regional competiton which will take place in Pmb on 20 April.

1st position: Bongiwe Nyembe, Zama Nyembe & Ntengo Memela
2nd position: Luke Allen, Johnny Pop & Janek Stegen
3rd position: Petrus Fourie, Caleb Thiem & David Nyide

Read more: DSS Water Equilibrium Competition

DSS u13 cricket team played in the Umvoti 6-a-side cricket tournament on 15/16 February 2013.
DSS lost against Winterton and Highbury and won against New Hanover.
The match against Kings was interrupted by rain.
Saturday was rained out.

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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