RGHS Weekly Bulletin 29 August 2019

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Safety concerns at exit gate

We have been concerned by the safety risk being caused by some cars that park on the verge near the exit gate, and then attempt to re-enter traffic flow at the exit gate or directly on to Campground Road.

To prevent this, we will putting up some barrier poles in the area next week and appeal to parents to observe them. As the weather dries and the risk of cars becoming stuck in the turf lessens, we will be removing the barrier poles along the edge of the Erinville meadow, and this will create more parking space inside the campus.

Lunch orders


Congratulations to our Netball teams who walked away with three trophies at the PGSGU Netball tournament. The U16s and U19s were placed 1st in their respective age-groups and we also won the Goal Trophy for scoring the most goals at the tournament. Photo: Dayna Powell

Sports News and Results 29 August 2019

Please diarise the following dates:

  • 30 August: PGSGU U14 HOCKEY @ Wynberg Girls’ High School
  • 31 August: PGSGU U16 & U19 HOCKEY @ Wynberg Girls’ High School
  • 03 September: 2020 1st Team Netball trials (15h30-17h00) – please look out for detailed invitation via email.
  • 04 September: 2020 1st Team Hockey trials (15h30-17h00) – please look out for detailed invitation via email.
  • 18 September: End of Season Hockey & Netball afternoon (U14A vs U16A; U19B vs Parents; U19A vs Past Pupils Team – times to be confirmed)

SOCCER, WALKING CLUB and YOGA sessions will continue until Thursday 12 September.

TEAM SPORTS: Coaches will communicate date of last session with their players.


Robotics Course

On Tuesday 27 August we started a new and very exciting Coding and Robotics extramural. The course is offered by CodeSpace Academy using Arduino robots.

LO Matters

Photographs and video of The Armed Man - Download poster for order details.


There are still some spaces to play in the 2019 Golf Day on Friday 6 September 2019. Download the registration form if you would like to play or are interested in prize sponsorship.

ARCO Rustenburg Strings Collaboration

We are very excited to bring 21 young string players from Soweto to work with the Rustenburg Girls' High School String Ensemble. ARCO is an innovative alliance, established in 2015 between Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and Morris Isaacson Centre for Music; an inspiring institution in Soweto, Johannesburg. 
There will be two performances open to the public; one at the V&A Waterfront on Sunday 29 September and another in the RGHS Kemp Hall on Monday 30 September at 19h00.


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