Northcliff Concert September 2018

Northcliff House College ConcertThe Northcliff House College annual concert will be taking place in September this year. The exact date and venue will still be confirmed early next term.

Learners from Grade R – 11 will be participating and this will be the first opportunity for the Grade 11 class to begin their fundraising for their Matric year.

We hope that everyone will be there for a night of music, dancing and fun.


Maths Olympiad

During the first and second term some of our learners took part in the Maths Olympiad (See Gazette, Issue 1, 2018) facilitated by the Grade 10 – 12 Mathematics teacher, Phil Swanepoel.
The learners who took part in the first round were awarded certificates for their participation. Well done! We are very proud of you!


Sumaridge FynArts Exhibition

The Sumaridge FynArts Exhibition took place on Friday, 15 June and we are incredibly proud of those NHC learners who received prizes for their art.

2018 Violet and Anne Bellingham Award – Neil Bosch, Grade 11 (First Runner Up for his pencil sketch titled ‘Questioning’.)
Anelisa Tshazibana, Grade 12 (Second Runner Up for her photography titled ‘Religious Reflections’.
In the Design Davall Category – Eléjha-ze Gengan, Grade 12 (Highly Recommended)
First Friday Artwork Award – Peter Africa, Grade 10 ACAPS (Trophy for Hard Work and Dedication)


March 2018

The first term of 2018 has come to an end and now is the time to reflect on the achievements of the term as well as the challenges.
We have had some positive changes at NHC this year, including welcoming Mr Gerhard Coetzee as our new Principal.  Being the Principal is not an easy job but Mr Coetzee has taken it on and has done a fantastic job!

Sadly, we had to say goodbye to our Grade 1 Teacher, Yolandie Koberzig this term but we are happy to announce that
we have found an excellent replacement in Denay Theunissen who has taken over the Grade 1 class with vigour and
We also have a new Grade 10 – 12 Mathematics teacher, Mr Philip Swanepoel, who has taken the task on with ease and energy.

Lastly, on a very sad note, our precious Administrator, Mari Vorster, left us at the end of the term. Thank you for
all that you have done for us and we will miss you terribly but we know that your entrepreneurial pursuits will be very successful.