Pelham Senior Primary School
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PELHAM SENIOR PRIMARY SCHOOL is a unique blend of all that is South African. Situated in the midlands of KwaZulu-Natal, this senior primary school offers experiences and opportunities so that every child is able to realise his/her potential.
Pelham is 'n dubbelmedium skool. Ons handhaaf 'n uitstekende akademiese standaard en leerlinge word aangemoedig om ten volle te ontwikkel. Ons baseer persoonlike gedrag en groei op die vier B's: beheer, betrokkenheid, bedagsaamheid en beleefdheid.
As part of our endeavour to provide our pupils with an holistic education, Edufocus at Pelham was founded to ensure that the physical, academic, social, emotional and psychological aspects of each and every pupil’s development, were nurtured in the best possible way. Under the Edufocus banner fall the many "pastoral care" undertakings which operate within the school and offer support in a multitude of ways.
Congratulations to Kelly Naude and Anke Roux who have both been awarded scholarships to Epworth. Kelly received a Sports Scholarship and Anke, an Academic Scholarship.
Scholarships St Charles
The following Pelham children have been awarded scholarships to St Charles College. Pelham is very proud of them! James Laynes, Taygen Mollentze, Songo Matanzima, Siyambonga Mlipha, Jaden James. In the front Ryan Betch and Andile Thaebethe.
U10A Captain and Vice Captain: Ross Tocknell and Breydon Middleton.
U10A Wins District Festival
Pelham's U10A soccer team walked off with the winning trophy at the District Festival. They played against Scottsville in the final. The team never conceded a single goal throughout the tournament and in fact had only lost a single game throughout the season. Well done to our boys and their coach. In the photo from left to right: Back row: Anton Mdluli, Ayush Roopai, Breydon Middleton (vice-captain) Miso Msomi, Banele Dlamini, Tumisang Mabanga, Siza-Junior Mkhize, Lwandle Dlamini. Front Row: Nikki Praghdeen, Aqeel Bedford, Ross Tocknell (captain) Thando Mhlongo, Aphumelele Nzimande (absent Hayden Joubert)
Wildlands Recylcing Project
Mrs. Moira Potter of the Wildlands Recylcing Project addressed the school in connection with the importance and value of recycling. All of the pupils were encouraged to get involved with the project, not only in the school environment but also at their homes. Mrs. Trish Maharaj from Nedbank, handed over a certificate to the principal, Mr. Piet Langeveldt congratulating the school on collecting more that 7000 kg of recyclable material.