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June 2018

22 Jun 2018

ENEWS 6 LOADED IN RESOURCES OR CLICK LINK

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21 Jun 2018

IN CHAPEL THIS MORNING

In the final Chapel Service of the term, Rev Susan focussed on “relationship matters” and said for each of us, relationships matter. However, our relationships can go through different stages, sometimes hitting wobbly patches, sometimes hitting particularly joyful patches, and sometimes we discover wonderful people in our lives for whom we are grateful. It is through relationships that we discover our need to be loved and to love, and Rev Sue encouraged us to keep growing in relationships and thereby growing in love. Relationships inspire music and Rev Sue showed a clip of various musical items to demonstrate this and wished the girls good luck for Interhouse Music later in the day.

20 Jun 2018

SPORTS RESULTS - CLICK TO READ ONLINE

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19 Jun 2018

COMMENDATIONS ADDED TO RESOURCES OR CLICK LINK

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18 Jun 2018

ST ANNE'S WATER POLO PLAYER SELECTED FOR U16A TEAM TO PLAY IN NZ

We are extremely proud of Water Polo player, Olivia Rosenfels, who has been selected to play for the South African U16A Girls Team. The selected teams will participate at the Pan Pacific Youth Water Polo Festival to be held in Auckland, New Zealand, during the July holidays. Click on the link to congratulate her.

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18 Jun 2018

GRADE 8S ENGAGE IN LIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE AUTOR OF THEIR SET WORK

The Grade 8 girls recently had the opportunity to engage in a live Skype interview with Ruta Sepetys, the author of their set novel, 'between shades of gray'. Ruta is of Lithuanian extraction and lives in Nashville, Tennessee, so our 2pm lesson was a bright and early 7am for her. The girls loved it and asked lots of questions... (click on link for images).

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18 Jun 2018

IMAGES FROM THE STEPP YOUTH DAY FETE ON OUR PAGE - CLICK LINK

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18 Jun 2018

IN CHAPEL THIS MORNING

The topic of today’s Chapel was “Openness”. As a community, we are made up of many different people who may enjoy worshipping in ways which are different to our own. Rev Susan pointed out that this diversity brings a richness to our worship. When we worship in different ways, we break down the worshipping stereotypes we might hold. Different ways of worship appeal to us at different times in our lives and bring us into the presence of God. Rev then showed a thought-provoking clip by a Lutheran pastor, Nadia Bolz Weber, who founded a church called Home for all Sinners and Saints, in Denver Colorado (click link to view). The service closed with a group of girls singing a Sotho and Zulu worship song, illustrating the joy of being able to worship in a different language.

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18 Jun 2018

MEDIA CENTRE NEWSLETTER - CLICK TO READ ONLINE

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14 Jun 2018

THE ENVIRO MINUTE: A REPORT ON THE PROJECT RHINO EXPERIENCE

Click on the link to read the full report and view images.

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13 Jun 2018

GRANDPARENTS' MORNING - 29 JULY - INVITE IN RESOURCES OR CLICK LINK

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13 Jun 2018

GOLD CERTIFICATES FOR ENGLISH OLYMPIAD PARTICIPANTS

In March this year, 43 St Anne’s pupils wrote the English Olympiad. Congratulations to the six who were awarded Gold certificates (Christina Herridge, Kate Burnett, Danielle Terblanche, Bongeka Mvuyana, Samantha Franklin and Alexandria Magero) and well done to all the girls who participated. Click to see image and congratulate the girls on our page.

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13 Jun 2018

MEDIA CENTRE NEWSLETTER - CLICK TO READ ONLINE

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12 Jun 2018

SPORTS RESULTS - CLICK TO READ ONLINE

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09 Jun 2018

VACANCY FOR FULL-TIME SCHOOL SHOP MANAGER

We are delighted that Mrs Lindi Fairweather has accepted the post of Andrews Housemothers. We are therefore looking to fill the position of FULL-TIME SCHOOL SHOP MANAGER, starting 1 August or a.s.a.p. thereafter. Details at the link below.

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08 Jun 2018

PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING RE THE CHURCH LANE EXIT GATE

• The gate will be manned from 6am to 11pm daily. If you need to exit outside of these times, or you find the gate closed, please call security on extension 171 or 083 321 5590. They will despatch someone to open it for you. • This gate is EXIT ONLY. No vehicles will be permitted to enter the property through this gate. • Please refrain from travelling contra-flow as this endangers other road users and pedestrians. • No students are allowed to exit the property through this gate on foot. They need to sign out at the main exit gate. • Students leaving in a private vehicle via the Church Lane exit must sign out by registering their fingerprint on the Portable Biometric Machine.

08 Jun 2018

IN CHAPEL THIS MORNING - A VISIT FROM BISHOP DINO

This morning Bishop Dino, Head of the Anglican Church in Kwazulu Natal, and members of his chapter joined us for Chapel. Bishop Dino spoke on the importance of remaining connected to Jesus. He reminded us that the fulfilment of God’s purposes in our lives is dependent on how close we remain to Jesus as we move forward and that as we will grow in our knowledge of Jesus, we will encounter challenges. Growth is not always pleasant and sometimes, as with the vine, our lives need to be pruned so that we become more Christ-like. After chapel, Rev Susan and Mrs Taylor presented a short video to the chapter, giving them a glimpse in to the spiritual life at St Anne's. Click on link to watch:

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07 Jun 2018

ENVIRO CLUB CLEAN BEACHES AHEAD OF WORLD OCEANS DAY

Click on the link to read the report by Grade 11 Enviro Club member, Grace Kitsoff, on the state of our oceans and how we can all do our bit to help.

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07 Jun 2018

MEDIA CENTRE NEWSLETTER - CLICK TO READ ONLINE

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05 Jun 2018

SPORTS RESULTS - CLICK TO READ ONLINE

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05 Jun 2018

DEBATING NEWS

Congratulations to the following girls who have been selected as members of the Pietermaritzburg Squad which will be competing at the KZN Schools’ Debating Tournament to be held during the holidays. JUNIORS: Amanda Cele, Karabo Mabelane, Georgia Schaefer, Esmé Thornhill-Davis SENIORS: Georgia Lupton-Smith, Rachel Randall RESERVES: Jessica Pitout, Grace Ross, Kwanele Sokhela

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04 Jun 2018

IN CHAPEL THIS MORNING

Rev Susan’s message this morning focussed on the fact that we are all works in progress. With exam results coming out and assessments and tests all happening this week, Rev said that we often consider failure in terms of what we expect of ourselves and what others expect of us. However, failure should never define who we are. Failure can be turned into a positive in our lives as it strips away everything not essential to our existence. For example worrying about what others think of us, or what our class marks might be. As human beings, we are works in progress and God is producing final products that are wonderful. Click to read the full summary on our page.

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