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.

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Annual First XV Rugby Dinner

 

Cross Country

Junior Girls
1.       Zoe Ngwane  (Clark)
2.       Reese Peters (Melville)
3.       Banele Mqwambi ( Melville)

Junior Boys
1.       Trevonne Naidoo ( Bromhead)
2.       James Naude (Melville)
3.       Sipho Mthembu (Christie)

Senior Girls
1.       Abigail Ngoshi (Christie)
2.       Laiken Peters (Melville)
3.       Zandre Grove (Bromhead)

Senior Boys
1.       Kwanele Khumalo (Bromhead)
2.       Chris Van Heerden ( Clark)
3.       Joel Engotto (Christie)

Points:
1.       Melville 356
2.       Bromhead 355
3.       Clark 303
4.       Christie 266

Athletics day

Saturday’s heat clearly had no adverse effect on the enthusiastic athletes from Pelham Senior Primary School. No fewer than six records took a tumble during the annual Interhouse Athletics, including the U12 Girls’ High jump record that had stood since 1976, and the U12 Girls’ Long jump record that had been set in 1980. Both records were broken by Abigail Ngoshi.
Banele Dlamini of Ridge set a new record in the U9 Boys’ High jump.
Jessica Towani added a whopping 29cm to the U10 Girls’ Shot put record and in the open boys, Kwanele Khumalo broke the 100m record and Bayanda Ngubane the 200m record. Bromhead continued their winning streak carrying away the trophies for Overall Winning House, the Blackmore Spirit Trophy and the trophy for the most points scored by the boys. Melville house managed to take the trophies for most Standard points and the most points scored by the girls.

Grade 3 Orientation Day

On Thursday the 13th of August, Pelham held their annual Grade 3 orientation day. Grade 3 pupils joining the Pelham family in 2016 were spoken to by Mr. Langeveldt in the new Sport's Centre and treated to a fashion show by the Grade 6 pupils, who showed them how to dress for success in the different uniforms and sports' kits. The Grade 3's were taken around and shown the classrooms and had a taste of what Pelham had in store for them next year. Parents were taken around the school and shown all that Pelham had to offer.

Inter-Prep Athletics Meeting

Pelham Senior Primary had a successful first athletics meeting at the Inter-Prep Athletics held at Merchiston. Overall we placed second out of 6 schools. Very well done boys! We look forward to a successful season.

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Campbell's Corner

Ridge Rugga Rocks

Ridge Rugga is now finished and there will be no more practices.

School Calendar

02 Oct 2015
School Ends
12 Oct 2015
School Starts
09 Dec 2015
School Ends