Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa)
- Class of 1984
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Text from Pages 1 - 140 of the 1984 volume:
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is RIEPORT 1985
The ehVigoratingQMuizenberg air has been at work again, for two of our
teachers have married since joining our staff W Miss D. Daviswhannibal
lStd.9l is now Mrs Hunt and Miss S. Hacking CJunior Special Class? is
now Mrs Norman. We wish them and their husbands all the joy and
blessings a happy marriage can bring. For good measure, Miss L. Povey
lArtl has become engaged.l
Such has been the growth of the reputation of the school that teachers
of a very high calibre now apply for posts here and those that leave,
leave only because of extraneous circumstances. And so it is that we
bid farewell to Mrs A. Fickling lStd ll and Physical Education? whose
husband has been transferred to Johannesburg. Likewise Mrs Su Scholtz
lSub AJ is also heading for the Highveld where her husband is now
For health and family reasons Mrs B. McDonogh CSenior Special Class? has
decided to take leave of teaching, for the time being anyway. ln the
case of Mrs L. Walker, our librarian, her child is starting school next
year and Mrs Walker will thus be occupied with fullntime domestic duties.
Another stalwart who has given many years of his teaching life to
Muizenberg Junior School is Mr Charles Gonin, who is not leaving teaching
but is thinking of branching off into the remedical side of education.
director of so many
who has built up our
is involved with children?
able to do full justice
at Muiaenberg Junior
School. Cindy I know, will go from strength to strength in this newlyw
chosen branch of professional theatre.
Our Speech and Drama teacher, Mrs C. Just, the
fabulous plays at Muizenberg Junior School and
reputation as a school renowned for its plays,
professional theatre full time and is thus not
to her work as a Speech and Drama teacher here
All the teachers I have mentioned we have come to admire and respect
as professionals and friends, and we wish them well in their new areas
A new post has been created as from January 1985, that of our PreuPrimary
teacher who will take charge of the newlywcreated Muizenberg Junior
PremPrimary School. This is an exciting step forward, because for the
first time we have direct control of the quality, scope and nature of
the education the children will receive, and just who our Sub A teachers
will be admitting to their classes, noting both strengths and weaknesses.
Miss Hartzenberg of the GraaffMReinet Teacheris College is the new
Miss Hartzenberg is also the 22st member of our fullmtime teaching staff.
This fact is particularly significant in the light of the new dispensatio
fOr tGSChSPS. We all know by now that teachers were granted an increase
in their salaries, with effect from October WQSA. But the 21 members of
staff, according to the new .dispensation entitles us to 3 Vice Principal
for Heads of Departments? as they are known. Also, our status moves
to the equivalent of what was a Pl school, that is 6OO pupils or more.
So with regard to status, we are on a par with all the very much larger
schools in the Cape. The promotional opportunity of such a situation
as you can readily grasp, will mean the upgrading of an already
fescellent staff., ,l . W
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In June,Mr W. Diepeveen,the Inspector of Educagintedi
changed to another region-and Mr BOWSS Was gppnew pbstg A 9 v Va
Inspectors We wish him every success in his p in lf,! A:Q i
'b our School Secretary 13 an '
To find appropriate words to descri G ture of her job and her
impossible task for so complex is the na th Se who know her will
character. In my view, and I'm sure all 0 who else can
agreed she is the complete School Secr, th nk you for yo
run the school as well as she does ? Sandy, we a
loyalty and devotion to duty.
1 Herbert are not actually
H d'B . P l J hnson and Head Girl. Shel ey. tl ma
ea Oy, au 0 earded as Junior Daftners of Ogrstiient
staff members but they can be Fee d a Solid backbone to Ou
h th f ts have fofme
They and t e o er Pre ec for a job well dgne,
population and we thank them A
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To Mr du TOit9 our Caretaker, and his band of cleaners,a:3liiamghO22 Y
and Joseph, we thank you for your often unsung lab0QFS I
overtime. Sarah Claasen, OUP tea Slflv also manages g
le to brighten our busy d3YS' f
extra hours of
to come up with a smi
Doing a fine job as traffic officer and to help OUT Chilgrin 253033 5
the always-busy Main Road is Mr Ruthenbergu Thank YOU -0 Y Q
Th l'nk between the High School and Junior continues to be strengthened
Mr Nathan is to be thanked for his willingness to include the Junior
' ' ' b and other cultural
School by allowing us to attend visits by Capa
' ' ' ' ll and
groups at the High School and for his continued interest in a
anything that concerns our school,
SCHOOL COM ITTEE:
In Mr Graeme Wynne you have one of the most foresig
School Committee Chairman we are likely to haven Under his strong
leadership our School Committee meetings are characterized by open
discussion and most important of ally getting on with business at
hand. This last phrase is particularly significant, for we have
a growing school, and thus a strong committee of people genuinely and
positively concerned with the school, is absolutely essential S
all members of the Committee, our thanksa
P.T.A. AND P.TnAi PROJECTS:
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If ever an example of loyalty to the School and the cause of education E
has been set, it is the form of the PuT.A. Committee under the lS3dGFeif
Shlp Qf MPS Averll Myerso She and the P,T.A, Committee have really
contributed so much, not only to fundraising, but have also shown a'
deep interest in the growth of the school.
AS you are probably well aware, many projects have been mounted this
year and the sum of R12 500 has so far been collectedo 'This '
includes the Eduquiz project. I ask you to refer to-the School
Magazine for further details.
A ' ht' certain individuals - and Ifm
I am not in the habit of highlig ing p - . . px
sure they don't particularly want me to2for whatever we do at ' 5
this school, we do as a team, and everyone contributes to the been 5
of hisfher ability. However, I'm sure you'll undefstand if I mention lg
- I P,T,A. and P.T. W
some of the out-ofnthe-ordinary aspects of our A. membegl
thisilyear bythe P.T.A. is the completion of a
giving a history in pictures of our school, The
edition is complete and may be viewed at school,
Vhesley Poole, who is in-charge of the project,is to be congratulated
this important contribution to the life.and history of the school. 1'
The tuckshop is probably one of the most complex and important P.T.A,
jobs in the school and we are fortunate in having the duo of Mrs Pat
Heins and Mrs Lee Reid in charge, Thank you to these ladies.
No report would be complete without mentioning the contribution of the
lady from the United States, Mrs Linda Crowley, With the knowledge
gained overseas, she has given us a fresh perspective on P.T,A. matters
and methods. The Junior section of computer club is in her charge and
many of our Sub A's, B's and Std l's can now operate and understand a
computer, thanks to her good teaching.
Also, she and her husband Jim have personally contributed hundreds of
rands to the school in the form of many items, e.g. furniture and .
carpets, suitable for school use. The Fete which we are having early
next year is her portfolio, So it was with deep regret and
disappointment that we heard of her having to leave us in December,
Naturally we are very pleased to hear of Jimls business promotion, but
at the same time we are sad that the school will be losing her services.
We wish the:CP0WlSyS every success in their new home and work in A
Germany and thank them sincerely for their contribution to Muizenberg' A
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SPORT AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES: . .
Those who have received the highest honours in sport this year have been
Edward Gluckman iJudoJ,'Julie Lane SJudoJ, Martin Gluckman fJudo7,' r
Wayne van Schoor lJudoJ and Paul Cluer CGymnasticsD,all of whom received
Western ProvinceCblours'and whose names are recorded on the Honours
Board, - A' ' V'
Building up a tradition often takes many years, especially in the realm
of sport.i It is heartening therefore to note that the groundwork
done is now bearing fruit. Our youngsters are moving up into.that
tradition, are caught up in it and so the tradition is carried forward .
and improved upon, I shall therefore not be picking out a particular
sport - this may be scrutinized in the school magazine H for improvement
has been in all spheres, I
As far as facilities are concerned, I have much pleasure in reporting that
the School Committee have sanctioned the construction of a muchnneeded
and long overdue maintenanceufree cricket pitch at Sandvlei, for Withu
out this basic facility there can be no hope of improving our cricket.
We thank Mr John Arenhold'ISchool Committee Memberb for his invaluable1
assistance and interest in this project, "Mr Innes hasfkindly agreed to-
construct the pitcha' 1' - 'V" ' ' ' Mfr -" '
On the cultural side the fastest growth-point has undoubtedly been
the music department,especia11y the number of recorder players under
the guidance of Miss S. Turner. ' Also, our'K.G. Choir was brought'
into being under the direction of Mrs Trautmannythereby increasing the
number of choirs to 3 - we already have a Junior and Senior Choir thanks
Ito Mrs Trautmann and Mrs Rabie. ' I - I -
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One of my personal ideals, our participation in the Afr1kaaUSlE1 teddL 9
became a'reality this year with all classes from Sub Bjto Std V
entering, as well as several individuals, , The highest pralSG
to everyoneg 'from the unstinting labour of the teachers to the
enthusiam: of the children for the successes we achieved in OU? very
first outing.'V The many cups and certificates which we won,aP9
testimony to this success
A most memorable and exciting Drama Workshop production WOlaf and the
Ogrew directed by Glynn Day was staged in July
A project that all of us, teachers, parents and childreniwill remGmPeF
for a long time is the School Play WToad of Toad Hallm directed by
Cindy Just and recently performedo And not only performed but
recorded by SoA.T,VQ for screening next year
The year was rounded off by the inter-class Reading Competition, the
Drama Workshop evening, a welcoming function for our new Sub Ais,
a morning and evening Carol and Nativity presentation and two mag
and successful P,T.A. fundraisers, namely the Meat Raffle and the Fun
Details of our other many and varied cultural activities may be looked
up in our School Magazine
I have referred to our School Magazine several times, so it is appropriate
that we bring it under the spotlight for a moment
Miss Povey has used her creative flair to produce yet another interesting
and varied magazine. We thank her, as well as Mrs St du Preez, our
secretary, for the demanding task of typing it all out I
Congratulations to Miss Povey and ShelleymAnne Barnett.fOP the COVCFgf '
Another publication worthy of mention is our article in the Muizenberg A
News - thanks to Maureen Montgomery for her most interesting articles, .
keeping the community up to date with what is happening at Muizenberg
Founders Day went particularly smoothly this yearv' A partigulapl
significant remark was passed by our School Committee Chairman about 3
what he saw and heard on the tour around the school. His words were
Wit was a real eye-openert and he referred to the stardl d f T
' '. ar o work,
the dress, the general atmosphere that has improved,if not dramatically
certainly significantly over the last few years. liknow that there' 5
are many astute and discerning people who recognize and understand the T
quality and scope of the education that their child ic receiv- B v ,
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there are many who don'tg there are many who i ' Q L b X
experience of other schools th,t Q ' maglne? througt limited l
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be further from the truth. g Just regenflgui Filerati Nothing eeuld
an ex-inspector of Education, Mr Bosse Zwhose gpgggioqaiphonetgallcfrom ,Q
to say how extremely pleased he was with the progpesg O5 fi g ls school 3
grandson and the excellent standard of educ t' N , . 13 5
school. l ask that we take a new l K a lon and Staff at thiS E
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school we used to be. We have com 1 0 Q 5 are not the 5
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message be Passed onsto othgrsnby Yiuisilvgaththiietsentiments and this P3
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thus several charities were supported this year namely, Boyle Town,
Blisters for Bread, Christmas Stamp Fund, The Blind, The Aged, Round
Table Xmas Toys, Shawco, Child Welfare and Sammy Centwamfeed.
GENERAL .KNOWLEDGE C1UIZa . '
The General Knowledge Quiz always creates a great deal of interest and this
year was no exception, the inter-house trophy was shared by Diaz and
van der Stel this year. At the interwschools level, we once again won
the Triangular between Westcott, Kirstenhof and ourselves for the 2nd
I am sure that there is not one person who has not been affected by A
the worsening economic situation in this country. The Provincial
Admmmistration, the Education Department, the Muizenberg Junior School
are naturally also affected. l have a list of 3 typed pages long on the
material requirements of the school, but there is simply not the money to
acquire all of these things for our children. Your contribution to
fund-raising, which this year has been considerable and demanding, and
for which I sincerely thank you, has been invaluable but much of the
money has been used for the everyday maintenance and running costs of
the school which are becoming more and more expensive, As we see it,
this position is not likely to improve until late next year. A gloomy
future, but there is a ray of hope. we have at this school resources
which are probably unequalled at any school anywhere H and I refer here
to our human resources. lt is on our human resources that we have to
fall back on and rely very heavily next year. The vanguard - those
in front - will of course be the teachers, and how fortunate we are
to have teachensof the calibre of the Muizenberg Junior School staff.
They will be involved in a period of consolidation begun this year, with
expansion next year of existing facilities in the form of raising academic
standards, encouraging reading through the I.R.P.g there is the Gifted
Child Programme, Computer Studies and the Computer Club, Outdoor Education
Cwe are devising our own programme for Std 4 and 53 and the upgrading
of the Prefect Leadership Course - a weekend is planned in March.
The Video Recorder, Choir Stands, the starting blocks, the extra
computers lwe are receiving only one next yearD,'a lighting and sound
system for our stage - all these and many other necessary items will
have to wait a little longer. But we are not regressing, we are not
stepping back. Like you I love this school and while I am Principal
I will not allow the standards we have attained and the hard work of many,
to be dissipated., It is my personal ambition to make this school, and
I say this unashamedly it is my personal ambition to make this school
stand out above all others as the very best and as we have already done,
to continue to take the lead in the development of education - the
education of your children. ' ' '
The human resource that is indispensable in the first and final -
instance is you, the parent. And to you the parents l make a special
appeal. Let us be partners, in the fullest sense of the word, in the
education of your child. Without you the whole educational situation
is lop-sidedg with your help and interest education becomes an exciting
prospect with never-ending possibilities to what your child can learn,
n0t only to become a knowledgeable student, but also, later on, a
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Std Vb HEAD OF DEPARTMENT
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Special Class Junior
Music SENIOR ASSISTANT
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Remedial SENIOR ASSISTANT
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Mr R.W0 Just, B,AQ, arent
Mr N.P. Carr, Dip cQR,Ea D fit
Mr B. Pienaar, B.A,, R,T C Cert OP
Agriculture 41st, 2nd A 3rd term5
My s, cranna, P.TaD, Dip speech 4Un1Sa7
Mr D.E.FU Read? BoPPimFEd
Mrs D, Hunt, B,PrimnEd
Mr w,Ao Innes, HQDQEHQ P E
Mr C, Gonin? HBP. Academic and Manual
Miss E, Rooney, PQTfCH5 I
Mrs AQ Fickling, DQEC, P P
Mrs M, Raphael, T,T,D, Junior SDECWALTSC
Mrs B.Aa Simpson,
Mrs D. Boerssen, N,T.T D Junior Specia
Mrs T, Stoner, HcD.EQ Junior Specialist
Mrs SQAO Scholtz, D,E1 Pre Rrimarv
Mrs CUAU Otty, T.E?D4 Junior Specialist
Mrs Bb McDonogn, HnPiT.C , T D10 li
Special Class Diploma
Mrs S, Norman, D Et, D.S V Special Class
Miss LCAU Povey, D E59 L D E 7
Mrs luK. Rabie, USPRLWMO U T M
Miss SD Turner, BQ Music
Mrs L, Walker, BbAc, SGT D H D I T
Mrs CARD Just, B.AQ9 Dip Speech 8 D 313
Mrs Po Ro
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SDSSCD Correction and Hari of Rearin
Mrs J.C. Moolman, P TACQ I S T
Mrs S. du Preez, Dip NQD 1
Mrs A. Myers, B0An, S,T,D
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1984 Has been a tough year economically and has created greater burdens
on every household w what with
- the weakness of gold
U unemploymnet rising'
e interest rates at historical heights
it would be ludicrous for me to say it didnit have an effect on the
Obviously, P.T.A, Fundraising didnvt achieve the heights of yesteryears
what with the rand at SOZ of its past value, but I must hasten to add
their achievements were outstanding under these circumstances. Averil
Myers and her loyal team are to be congratulated on this fine effort,
198A Also saw a change in the Committeeq Mr Mike Cluer, a Committee
member, resigned due to business commitmentsu l thank Mike for his
loyal support over the past few years and his enthusiam and down to
earth approach will be missed.
However, the school was very fortunate in acquiring Mr RusqrCrowhurst
to fill this vacancyt Rusty is a lawyer by profession and can only
be a great asset to Muizenberg Junior School.
Whilst on the subject of the Committee I would like to take this
opportunity of thanking them most sincerely for their dedication,
enthusiasm, loyalty and support they have given to me as Chairman
and all to the benefit of the school. As you are aware, like the
P.T,A,, the Committee is totally voluntary.
Finally, justice wouldnft be done if I didnlt express my gratitude
to Mr Just and his staffo Those parents who have attended the various
functions of the school? there can be no doubt in their minds as to the
high quality of professionalism. To you, Mr Just and the staff, this
Committee congratulates you on the fine achievements you have
accomplished over the last couple of yearsn
In closing, I wish to leave you with one thought for the future of
Muizenberg Junior School, This school, like any other, cannot survive
without the total support of all concernedo Lets not leave this
important task to the minority. I know it is difficult as
circumstances are inclined to dictate oneis life, but every bit of
help, no matter how small, would be appreciated.
MR G.A, WYNNE
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The PBTQA. Committee of 'sa adopted WBe a Linkw as our logon We
endeavoured to involve as many people in every project undertaken so
as to encompass all to strive For the betterment of Muiuenberg Junior
In our first project undertaken this year, the Mini market, we rallied
the support of previous P0T,A, Committee members, parents - new and
old, teachers and childrenv The fruits Q H1 OOO profit 2
Combining delicious ingredients parents, teachers and pupils made
possible the printing of our first, our very own Munchy Jiffy Scrumptious
Recipe Book . n' W -'
A filledetowcapacity Western Barn Dance Wpromenadedd R2 OOO profit.
The Junior 50150 continues to bring added bonanzas For the lucky winnersq
We have also gathered sponsorship for the school magazine, The Seagulls
By September we had reached R10 OOO - our target Tor IBM with
two projects in hand H the Meat Raffle and the Fun Run.
On the service side we have strenghtened our links with our children
by running highly successful film shows and a winter school which was
a resounding successo l
The Tuckshop has been very ably run by Mrs Mains and Mrs Reid and
assisted by mothers. In the true UBe a Linkm flavour? Std V pupils
have assisted in the Tuckshop. a fine example of the team spirit
which exists within our P.T.AQ '
It was Wall hands on the sewing machines' as mothers sewed curtains for
the P,J, Bishop Hall and new tablecloths for special occasions. The
Catering Committee excelled itself at the Sub B Maths Workshop
Demonstration and at the Choral Evening, as well as being on duty at
several other functionso Thanks to Mrs Logan, our Swop Shop fills a
very real need in our schoolo 4
Our P,T,A, Committee has had a phenomenally successful year 0 its success
can be attributed to the tremendous team spirit which exists within our
committee, Each and every member has been instrumental in our success
yet the most important vital link in our success is YOU, We are
indebted to YOU for our success. W'-
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Mrs D Peters
Mr Ko Phillips
Mrs L. Poole
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SERVICE PROJECTS - 1984
ACQUIRED FROM P.T5A. FUNDRAISING
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Computer Literature and Programmes
Educational Literature and Games
Sports Equipment p
Curtaining, cupboards and noticeboards for the P.Jq Bishop Hall
Photo Albums for the photographic documentation of events at
Muizenberg Junior School since 1979
Construction of the new cricket pitch and improvement of practice nets
Computer fearly 19851 1
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The munchiesi snacks, the freshest peanuts, the crispiest
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ylnsfeased in number and improved vastly this year
tsplit'the seniors and juniors due to Mr Innes who
This has given us more time to devote to
,and coaching. ,J .
gaiasysaw Rhodes House and Pinelands Central being .
invited to a gala at Simon van der Stel which was the seasonis
was we came first out of three schools.
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show great enthusiasm and dedicationu There are not many
teams out in the October cold at 7h3O E .
fSpecial mention should be made of the following Std 5 swimmers:
'K4fCoetzee, P. Libauer, G.-Prinsloo, J. Voljoen, Tj Hawkins, E. Ord
and S. Bosse
My thanks to
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who really excelled themselves this year, '
Mr Innes for his outstanding coaching and to Mr Carr who
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and girls and keep swimming.
Biathlon is a relatively new sport at Muizenberg Junioro It is a
combination of running and swimming. It gives our athletes a chance
to show their alleround ability, A Western Province Team will be
chosen in March 1985 so let's try to have a few Muizenberg Junior School
pupils in the team. Q
Athletics has enjoyed popularity this year. We had over fifty
participants at practices and the spirit was very keenn. l
Our lnterhouse Athletics Meeting was won by Rhodes with van der Stel
second and Diaz third, Our Victor Ludorum was Tom Hawkins and our
Yictrix Ludorum was Mandy Johnson, Congratulations champions'!
,We sent a large contingent of athletes to the Buren Area Athletics
,Meeting and Mandy Johnson came third in the 800m race, Jodi Myers
icame second in the 1000m race and Colin Milne first in the 100m
and 75m races. These three athletes went to the Bellville Athletics '
Meeting which was a forerunner to the choosing of the Western Province
iTeam. Unfortunately we were not selected for the Province teams
Congratulations for making it as far as the semi-finalslwork hard for
Province colours in 1985 Z '
Qur sincere thanks go to Averil Myers, Lesley Poole and the other
parents who gave up so much of their valuable time to come and coach
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RESULTS OF SPORTS DA1
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Bgyg U,6 50 m Championship E.'Laubseher3i'
Girls UU5 50 m Championship le Telfordp5 f 'ilv
0 m Cham ionship Mn van der Vijyer
Boys U.7 5 P. ' ,
Girls UQ7 50 m champ10HSh2P No 50016 7 1
BOYS U,3 50 m Championship J. sreemanp
Girls U,8 50 m Championship M, Swanepoeli
Boys U09 75 m Championship J. TemDl9sF0RbGS
Girls U,9 75 m Championship Va DGSFOUHt?lD
Boys Uno 75 m Championshlp
Gif-is Uno 75 m Champifmhip CQ P1-Cum
Boys U.11 75 m Championship M. Connor
Girls U,11 75 m Championship Je BIFCUSF
Boys U.10 751m Shuttle
Boys U.12 75 m Championship Sn MYERS
Girls UQ12 75 m ChamDi01'1Shi-P So Barnett
Boys U.11 75 m Shuttle
Girls UB11 75 m Shuttle
Boys U.12 75 m Shuttle
Boys Open 100 m Championship P Johnson A
Girls Open 100 m Championship A Johnson
Boys Open 100 m Shuttle
Boys 0.12 Long Jump G LiSbGUbGF2
Girls U.12 Long Jump A Piehaaf
Boys Open High Jump G Prinsloo
Girls Open High Jump K Coetzee
Boys Uq12 High Jump J Viljoen
Girls UQ12 High Jump Z Harbourne
Boys Open Long Jump P Libauer
Girls Open Long Jump A Johnson
Boys 0.10 400 m Relay
Girls Uu10 400 m Relay
Boys Ui11 400 m Relay
Girls UU11 400 m Relay
Boys U.12 400 m Relay
Girls U,12 400 m Relay
Boys Open 400 m Relay
Girls Open 400 m Relay
Boys U.11 400 m J Van Reengn
Girls 0,11 400 m C Picton
BOYS Upen 400 m T Hawkins
Girls Open 400 m A Pienaap
Boys U012 TOGO m J Dgdnam
Boys UQ11 1000 m J Mygpg
Girls 0pen 1000 m A Jghnggn
BOYS Open 1000 m Tl Hawkins
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ROAD SAFETY DAY
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Jthekend of 1983 we unfortunately lost all our team players, but
didinot dampen our spirit as we had many more players to replace
wp of our new players lacked experience and confidence
only one team was entered into the P.P.S.T.A. League in the first
f 'This brought about a competitive spirit amongst the players
and soon the general standard and enthusiasm improved tremendously.
The team played five matches and did well considering their experienced
opposition. Our number one player, Shane Myers, deserves special
mention B he won all his singles matches. Well done Shane Z
Two teams have been entered into the League for the fourth term.
We wish them luck and hope they do well.
Our eight team players ares S. Myers icaptainl, C. Hains, M. Elvin,
G. van der Vijver, D. Bunch, P. Libauer, G. Stephens, P. Johnson
and K. Joosten Kreservel.
It is with deep regret and sadness that I say goodbye to tennis at
Muizenberg Junior School. We have had many happy years both on and
off the court.
I am confident that Muizenherg Junior School will continue to nurture
enthusiasm for the game of tennis and produce many budding stars.
AIM HIGH - AND NEVER GIVE UP Z
MRS S. SCHOLTz
CAPE TOWN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SCHOOL CONCERT M TUESOAE le FEBRUARY 1980
Std 5 pupils attending a symphony concert ? The idea seemed a rather
ambitious one. On the day however, 54 of our pupils boarded the
train to Cape Town to join over a thousand pupils from other school
to listen to the Cape Town Symphony Orchestra. .
On our arrival at the City Hall, we were shown to our seats and were
handed a programme. The orchestra was in fine form, beginning e
proceedings with the Overture to The Thieving Magpie by Rossini
We were then treated to an introduction to each of the va ious
instruments of the orchestra. No introduction to an orchestra i
complete without a piece by Tchaikovsky and the children were
enchanted by extracts from The Nutcracker Suite clgaris rousing
Pomp and Circumstance March No 1 concluded the programme
After buying cooldrinks from the cafeteria at the station, we
boarded a rather crowded train back to Muizenberg. Both pupils
and teachers alike were unanimous that the trip had been a thoroughly
worthwhile and enjoyable one.
MR S. CRANNA
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MY LITTLE WORLD
I am a little butterfly, My name is Twinkles, and I can talku I am
blue with red spots and I have a silver line around the edge of my wings:
I have a little coat for when itls cold outside. My grandmother made it
for me out of small leaves and flower petals,
I live in a big flower. The stalk is wide and hollowi I sleep in half
an empty nut-shell. I put some soft moss in it. I eat tiny insects
and I drink drops of dewl 5
I have two enemies. One is the spider? but Ilm too clever for him.
The other one is Miss Jimmyls cat, Tigers Tiger is very naughtylf
He leaps in the air and tries to catch me. He loves eating butterfliesl
One day I had a very narrow escape. I was playing with my friends,
One of them fell on me. I could not fly Z I just lay there and
thought my wings would get better W but I was wrong. I lifted up my
head just in time to see Tiger about to pounce on mei I froze on the
spot 3 Just then I heard Miss Jimmy calling Tiger, He ran awayq Boy
was I pleased Miss Jimmy had saved my life E
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Muiaenberg Junior School Judo Class has had a great judo year with
no less than four of the pupils being selected for Western Provinceo
Julie Lane for the girls team and Eddie Gluckman, Martin Gluckman
and Wayne van Schoor for the boys team.
TDS behaviour and team spirit of the pupils on the tour to the
South African Championships in Bloemfontein was a credit to the
school. All of them fought hard and showed the right spirit in
winning or losing a fight.
I would like to thank the school for all its support and co-operation
during the year.
GENERAL Kmowtabee a
This year's General Knowledge team consisted of Lisa Cox, Tom Hawkins
and Shane Myers, The reserves were Michael Louw and Simon Arenholdt
In the first round of the lnterschoolsl General Knowledge Quiz held
in May, we competed against Sun Valley and Kalk Bay. We were
narrowly beaten by Sun Valley by 5 points. I
Later that month we attended the Annual Triangular Quiz between
Muizenberg Junior School, Kirstenhof and Westcott at Kirstenhof
Primary." For the second successive year we brought the trophy
Vhome' to Muizenberg Junior School. ' -
ce have gained much knowledge of the world around us and are more
of day-to-day affairs. It's good to know whatls going on-E
wshould like to thank Mr Cranna for the time he spent preparing
:or the competitions and thanks also to Mr Just for his supports
.at the 1985 Triangular Quiz. i, , i '
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the boys team. I
and team spirit of the pupils on the tour to the
Championships in Bloemfontein was a credit to the
of them fought rard and showed the right spirit in
winning or losing a light
I would like to thank the school for all its support and co operation
during tre year
A E BUTCHER
This year's General Knowledge team consisted of Lisa Co , Tom Hamline
and Shane Myers lhe reserves were Michael uouw ano Simon Arenhcld
In the first round of the lnterschool ' General YnouledLe Quiz hold
in May, we competed against Sun Valley and Kalk Bay We were
narrowly beaten by Sun Valley by 5 points
Later that month we attended the Annual Triangular Qui between
Muizenberg Junior School, Kirstenhof and Westcott at 11 stenhoi
Primary For the second successixe year ve brought the trophy
'home' to Muizenberg Junior School
We have gained much knowledge of the world around us and are more
aware of day to day Pfairs lt's good to know what's going on
We should like to thank Mr Cranna for the time he spent preparing
us for the competitions and thanks also to Mr Just for his support
trick at the 1985 Triangular Ouiz
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198A has been a year of many changes in Scripture Union. A most
welcome staff member, Mr Cranna, has supportedzmmiencouraged b0t0
staff and pupilsc For the first time the leadership has been
shared with pupils, Su Hoy and E0 Phillips. They played an important
role in helping Mrs Raphael with the juniors, Some of the highlights
for the juniors has been Emmie Cooper taking many of the meetings
and the picnic outing to a Noordhoek farm, A .
We have been blessed on Wednesdays with Mrs Trautmann leading our
singing and worshippingo These meetings have been steadily supported
throughout the year and I personally have found them to be a very
enriching and fulfilling half hour in the middle of the busy school,
Our Senior Scripture Union meetings have taken different forms during
the year including Bible Studies, discussions with illustrative plays
and outside speakers including Mr Poole with his marionettes and
Mr Spruit, the lclowni mann Recently, we have been very fortunate
in having a youth leader, Mr A. Botha to take some of our meetings,
There have been ongoing early morning Bible readings in the needlework
room led by dedicated parents, Mrs Bosch and Mrs Ricketts, we really
do appreciate your help, without which these meetings would have
discontinuedn We all realize how important discipline of an early
morning fquiet time' is, yet find it difficult to establish a routine
without the support and encouragement of others.
We had a most enjoyable camp fbr the seniors at BettY?S Bay in April.
Mr Read lead the Wspiritual sidel following the themenof lsharingv
and Mrs Bosch lead the catering following the theme or healthy W
and delicious meals E To them, and all the Parents and teaChers y
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Scripture Union provides a framework within the'school structure
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enforce any denominational doctrines but rather to share Jesus as
the Living Lord within our day to day,lives, both at school and at
home. And so in closing I would like to share this prayer with
you from Hebrews 13:20am .
WNow may the God of'peece, who raised from the
dead our Lord Jesus, the great Shepherd of the
sheep, by the Blood of the'eternal covenant, equip
us with everything good that we may do His will,
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When we arrived at Groot Constantia it was hot. The big oak'
trees made it shady. The old house was painted white with '
lovely gables. lts old windows had green shuttersl A The
squirrels were running on the ground.
Mrs Edwards was the lady who told us about the house. She
said that about five people owned the house before the
Government. Three of them were Simon van der Stel, Hendrik Blok
and Alfred de Pass. A
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of interesting things. It also had a loft. There were also
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Once upon a time I was walking in the woods all on my own.
Suddenly I saw a lovely rock, I was so tired that
I sat ani ite 'I tippled Cwer as the rock stood up, I
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SYLVIA WEBB JUNIOR SPECIAL CLASS 2
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Muizenberg is a tranquil placeo U The sea has a green colour when it
is a cold, dull day but when the sun is shining and the sky is blue,
the sea is a lovely blue colour. On the golden beach sand are
brightly painted beach boxesn They gleam in the sun, Further
down the beach is the pavilion, it has red and white tiles on
the roof. Within the pavilion is a large sparkling pool where
girls in bikinis lie and bask in the heat of the sun on their huge
fluffy towels under the shade of a palm tree.
There is a cosy little cafe opposite the pavilion where you buy
cold, delicious ice-creams on a hot day.
when you walk along the beach with your icencream you feel the
sand slither between your toes and you smell the aroma of the salty
sea. When you come to Muizenberg you will agree with thc very
friendly people that they are very lucky to stay at Muizenbergg
that it is one of the best places in the Cape Provincch
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K. Coetzee: Mrs. A. Fickling lCoachl: M. Johnson: Mrs. S. Scholtz lCoachl: G. Stephens.
Back row: N. Stephens: A. Hains: M. McLaren: A. Roebert: Fl. du Preez: L. Elvidge: M. Des Fountain.
2nd row: A. Elvidge: E. Gluckman: C. Olivier: N. Wilkinson: M. Johnson: A. Williams: G. Airey: C. Campbell
1st row: B, Veale: L. Cox: Mr. R. Just lPrincipall: D. Carew: Mr. W. Innes lCoachl: K. Johnson: J. Myers.
Seated: J. Olivier: C. Milne: J. Lane: S.'Sherman: S. Cluer: B. Killian.
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Front row: S. Sherman Uudolg Mr. R. Just Wrincipallp J. Lane Uudol.
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Junior School salutes its sports stars oi 1981+
' ' - ' Edward Giuckrhan 'I - Judo
V,vMartin Gluckmanh - Judo
1 Julie Lane' R- Judo
1 Wayne van Schoor - Judo
Paul Cluer - Gymnastics
Congratulations on achieving your Western Province Colours Z
I would like to congratulate the U,13 team on an outstanding seasonn
The enthusiasm and couoperation of the team was delightful. The
U.13 team, consisting of Ma Johnson Ccaptainl, Pg du Preez, Ga Stephens
N. Wilkinson, K. Peel, D. Cooper and K. Coetzee played hard?
constructive netball which was chiefly due to their keen effort and
dedication as a team,
In May, three of our players, KC Coetzee, G. Stephens and M, Johnson
were entered into the False Bay Region Netball Trials, Competition
was fierce and our players did extremely wells Honour was bestowed
upon Muizenberg Junior School, as Karen Coetzee was selected for the
False Bay Teamn Well done Karen W we are all very prdud of youo
The team played eight matches, They won five, drew one and lost
The U.1O, U.11 and U.12 teams have had a tough season. Their
enthusiasm and good sportsmanship carried them through many a defeath
They can all be commended for their perseverance.
The U.1O team shows great potential and in a few years should prove
to be as successful as the U.13 team.
Our thanks to Mrs Otty, Mrs Boerssen and Mrs Myers for their help
with the Junior Primary Netballa
Goodbye girls and good luck for the future E
MRS S, SCHOLTZ
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On the whole we have had a very Successful Seiifg nayggggaigicwas
squad consisted of just eighteen players and 1?1r bgdlcoached our
excellent. Mr Rod Pringle attended many Pfactlces 3 , the duality
forwardsn There was always a noticeable improvemeg min OuvROd Q
of the forward play after one of his DPaCtlCSSv 2 a A y
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We played ten matches this season and our results were aS
U.lO versus Timour Hall
St Josephs 0 Won
Sun Valley t Won
Milnerton - lost
Tamboerskloof W WON
Kirstenhof w WOU
Paul Greyling N lost
Sun Valley e WON
Golden Grove H WON
Pinelands Central M WGN
Our team was captained by the following boys during the season:
l Colin Milne - our lightning wing
Lee Campbell - our sparkling scrummer
Andrew Poole M our blockbusting wing
Vice Captains were: Gregg Swanepoel M hooker extraordinary
Glifford McGovernVs game improved vastly this year and we were sorry
to lose him to an untimely illness.
Every boy in the squad deserves a mention for good or improved play.
However what is more deserving of mention is the fact that every boy
Played for the teamn Having learned this so early ir their s ortin
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strength to strength.
Good luck boys Z
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lThe under 11 rugby team played two matches during the first part of
the season and was incorporated into the under 12 team for the
remainder of the season because of a lack of players in this particular
age-group . 4 i I
Our opponents in our first match was a highly motivated side from
Golden Grove. Although we tried hard, we were beaten 24 w 8.
The team showed a marked improvement in the second game against a
powerful Pinelands North side. The final score was 8 H 8,
It is not easy to single out-any stars because each player tried his
best and played as a team. We would, however, like to compliment
Jodi Myers on the positive way he captained the team.
We would also like to thank the squad of under 10 players who were
prepared to play for us so that we could field a team, Mr Gonin who
drove the school bus and the parents who give us sterling support
from the touchlines. ' -
MR S.O. CRANNA
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he enthusiasm in this group was keartening Almost thirty b0Y5
entered for rugby and displayed their interest untiluthe end of I
season All in all they played ten matches of which they WO1'1fl
lost four and drew one I got the impression that these boys ,
enioyed their rugby and away matches and practices were no
We only entered this group during the third term We had only
seventeen U 13 players and in some positions we had no depth
They played four matches but lost all Iour unfortunately
For the first-time in my stay at Muizenberg Junior S hool we entered
U 13 boys to compete in the Craven-Ueek trial matches I would
like to congratulate Shane Myers who went as far as the third round
Again, rugby at this school would never have been the success it
was, if we did not have the keen interest of parents and staff
I would like tc thank all these people and especially Mrs Myers and
Mrs Poole for organizing tea, milo? coffee, cooldrinhs and oranges
at VSandvleiW I am indeed thankful to all these capable coaches
mothers and parents who made my stay and work such a pleasure
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2nd row: S. Arenholdp C. Campbellp C. McGoverng M. Alexanderg N. Thomasg M. Gluckman
1st row: G. Swanepoelg C. Milnep Mr. W. Innes lCoachl5 L. Campbellg A. Poole.
Seated: W. van Schoorp D. Pringle.
Back row: R. du Preezg A. Bottoms: A. Whartong A. Evansg G. Airey.
Seated: R. Linnowg M. Elvin: Mrs. D. Boerssen lCoachlpG. van der Vi1v6V:J-5f2VlTl9V-
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Back row: S. Peck: S. Montgomeryp S. Bosseg S. D'Altong B. Wellsp J. Crowley.
3rd row: B. Hobbsg S. Knightg T. Lambertp S. Aireyp G. Webberg N. Wilson: D. CrowhurSt-
2nd row: M. Alexanderg H. Vllanng M. Louvvg G. Aireyp N. Phillips. - i D P ingle
7st row: P. Lindnerg T. Knoeseng J. Gleesonp R. Petersg M.. McLareng A. Bottomsp J. Logan, S. Bowler, . Y
.S'eated.' Mrs. D. Boersseng Mrs. T. Stonerg Mrs. L. Crowleyg Mr. B. lnflefi MV- N- Carr' b
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JQUNIQIQCSGHOQL ,COMPUTER CLUB NEWS
presently fifty interested parents, guardians, and charter
enrolled since the Computer Club was launched on 15 May 1934. Q
'recorded for subscriptions to the club are applied towards
,purchase of computer hardware and software. The following
are part of school history.
club operates in two.modes, Computer club members of
e, Commodore and Sinclair user groups who attend Tuesday evening
bring their own computers and screens. Expert competent
tors are on hand to assist with computer exercises for one
a half. Languages received in training are Logo and Basic,
, graphics and simple programs quench the thirst for computer
Instructors on the Commodore are Roger Airey, Peter
and Linda Crowley, Student members are Garth Airey, Shaun
, Sean Bosse, Buddy Wells, Gareth Lewis and Jonathan Broadway,
on the Apple Ile are Harry Peters and Kevin Phillips,
members are Shan Airey, Theresa Hobbs, Athol Gander, Michael
and Paul Libauer. Instructors on the Sinclair are Michael
, Peter Alexander, Russel Crowhurst and Michael Moncrieff.
ffStudent members are Mark Alexander, Judith Bircher, Damon Crowhurst,
Bruce Campbell, Shelley Sherman, Jonathan Logan, Stephen DfAlton
and Jason Knight.
Computer Club members of the Orientation Group attend Friday afternoon
sessions, They may bring their own computers and screens, if convenientn
,The students receive training in a classroom environment for part of
V the time, and on the Schoolis Apple equipment, The half hour preparation
gpcourse is designed to administer computer literacy, theory, operation,
gQhands-on training experience, graphics, and computer languages such
Eggs beginners Logo and Basic, Immediate reinforcement through homework
iifjs given to the scholars to extend the exercise at home under superm
fiwision over the weekend. Instructors are Linda Crowley and Diane
23DBoerssen, Student members are: James Crowley, David Klosser,
,?5Stephen Peck Neil Phillips, Gary Myers, Ravel Peters, Shane Bowler,
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Ljlracy Bowler, Yvonne Booker, Daniella Bocker, Jason Gleeson, Bernice
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s5fLambert, Clifford McGovern, Noralyn McGovern, Duncan Pringle, fnillip
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This year we were guided by Mrs Boerssen and Mrs Norman WG Playa
four rather strong matches against S,AnC.S., Kirstenho Ctwicef and
our big old boys team from Mu17enberg High School
Played L Won Iost 2 Drew PO1HfS
A big thank you to Pam du Preez and Desiree Cooper For making the
teachers tea and biscuits Also thank you to Mrs SWMUQGH for
Grant van der Viyver
Richard du Preez
the first two games They wepe
Also good luck to Vddlc Gluckman
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Chess has become very popular with the Junior Primary classes at
Muizenberg where there seems to be the most interest and enthusiasm
within the club.' A
xOur senior team, Kwho has become known as the WAN teaml, have really
proved themselves in the mini intermschool league this yeari Gary
Prinsloo and Tom Hawkins have been reliable members for the past
four years and their support has proved to be successfulQ' Tom has
been our number one plaver for the past few years, but Gary has shown
his determination and Tom has yet to beat him this year. Between
them they both won their sections at the inter-school tournaments
Mark Sampson, our third member, tied in his section of the tournament
Dennis Carew and Donovan Byng played well and with more practice
should prove difficult to beat in years to come.
During the year's league matches our team played well and for the
first time in years managed to win most matches. -
The individual championships were held at the end of September.
Again Gary and Tom were our entrants who did very welll Out of the
fifty pupils, Gary finished fifth and Tom seventh. Our team will
be lost without them next year M Gary has proved to be an excellent
Our club his vsome very promising junior players from which we will
be drawing our 1985 teamo Mrs Scholtz has given the Sub Ais a good
basic grounding on which Mrs lmpey CSub B parentl has coached a very
formidable Sub B chess teami Our Std I players coached by Mrs
Raphael have some promising players who will be drawn into our league
team next yeara Marc Nadler CStd CD has already played in our team
on one occasion this year and has had nods of approval from our
present Hseniorn team.
We unfortunately have very few Std 3 and 4 pupils in our club which
means that our A team will be starting young next year, This seems
to be a regular occurrance in our chess club n four years ago Tom
Hawkins and Gary Prinsloo were in our team as Std I pupils and now
as Std 5's have made a strong teamu.
MRS Tu STONER
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reading among the pupils o G
of the Individual Reading Programme which enables children to read,
at their own level, books which are of interest to them, Another
development has been the introduction of the Uninterrupted Silent
Reading Scheme which involves a twenty minute period, twice a week,
during which pupils may read anything of their own choices We
are already seeing the benefits of these two developments in library
usage and we hope
habits among the pupilsu ' A g
to see an even greater improvement in reading
We are attempting to increase the size of our Kindergarten section.
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We hope to receive donations of books which pupils no onger w,
but which are still in good conditiona ,
Our biggest problem in the library is lack of room for expansion,
In order to maintain the high standard of our library collection,
we are going to have to weed out unsuitable and out of date material
to make way for more relevant books.
The library is open every big break and four afternoons after school
Pupils make use of the library for project work and also for leisure
reading. We have regular displays of projects done by pupils in
the library and also in the foyer.
l should like to thank all teachers and parents who have assisted us
in one way or another in the library, There is a Library Committee
which helps make decisions regarding the library and also ensures its
Library Committee: Teachers 0 Mrs Walkerg Mr Justg Mrs Stonerg
Mrs Simpsong Miss Poveyg Mrs McDonog
Miss Rooney and Mrs Myers iMedia Centr
Mothers e Mrs Klosser CSecretary7g Mrs Molteno,
Mrs Logang Mrs Jones and Mrs Ricketts
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ANNUAL CHOIR FESTIVAL
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?21August at the Muizenberg High School, We certainly needed their
Bergvliet Primary and Kirstenhof Primary had two choirs each as did
'Muizenberg Junior School. Pinelands Central and Rosebank Junior
sent one. It was a most happy and relaxed Occasion which was the
purpose of the evening. We wanted the choirs to enjoy their '
singing and equally to enjoy and learn from listening to other choirsn
.WS had a varied programme and heard singing of a high standardn
We are most grateful to Mr Lane of Kirstenhof for kindly lending us
choir stands and to Mrs Pringle for arranging transport to and
from Muizenberg High School. I
The entire audience was provided with excellent refreshments by our
enthusiastic band of P.T.A, mothersn
Earlier this year in June, Kirstenhof Primary hosted a. Choir Festival
which was attended by our Music Inspectress, Mrs wium, who gave
written reports to benefit each choiro This was a most enjoyable
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FOUNDERSV DAY AND CAPE TOWN FESTIVAL - THE OPENING CEREMONY '
This year Founders? Day ceremony was particularly special in that ite
coincided with the opening of the Cape Town Festivalo h The ceremony
took place in front of the fountaing in fact the guests were seated
in the roadv Once all the guests had arrived the Guard of HOHOUF
was formed. The soldiers were very neat and tidy and everything that
could be shone had been shone with extra effort. '
His Worship the Mayor, Alderman Sol Kreiner, arrived and walked up a
long blue carpet, greeting the soldiers, Two very thought provoking
scriptures were read, after which'the Mayor welcomed everybody
reading of Jan van Riebeeckvs prayer was then given
This year only three wreaths were laidn The reason for this was that
it was also the opening of the Festival and that it would take too lone
if everyone were to lay a wreath. A wreath was laid by Alderman Sol
Kreiner on behalf of the citizens of Cape Town, The flag was aised
and The National Anthem was sung. The Malay choir sang some lively
happy songs which contributed very much to the success of the ceremony
Troops exercising their right of the Freedom of Entry td the Citff
marched past the fountain
The presentation of the Festival Armorial B arings to the Festival
Heralds was done by the Town Clerk, Dr S Evans
A procession of colourful floats and drummies followed. Th
were lined with people watching the procession. It was enjoyed by
The whole Ceremony was most interesting and wlll lon be remembered
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This year saw our aulience seated at right angles to the stage with
the performers in front of the eastern wall m a very cosy arrangement
providing a more relaxed and informal atmosphere. what an audience 2
Never before have we been supported in such numbers and with such
enthusiasm. It was a most heart-warming reception for our
instrumentalists and choristers, which resulted in a highly successful
evening of great benefit to all the musicians.
The experience of actual public performance is invaluable - for the
listeners as well as the players, and we hope that all those who
attended in whatever capacity, left at the end of the evening -
feeling inspired to try to achieve greater heightst f
Once again, we had the support of our P,TQA. in providing refreshments
during the interval. Our sincere thanks go to them, awe are alsC
deeply indebted to Mrs L. Crowley for a most magnificent display of
exquisite orchids lending-an atmosphere of beauty to our hallp,
All in all a most enjoyable evening.
MRS IUKO RABIE
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and van der Stel won Rhodes came secend and Diaz camev
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because she teaches me and she is a very nice teachero
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the rain smelled fresh. I could smell the salty sea. it was
lovely. Drops fell down my neck. My socks felt damp and I
felt chilly. I stuck my tongue out. Rain drops touched my
tongue. The rain tastes sweet.
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STORM LASHES CAPE PENINSULA
Yesterday the storm caused havoc lo
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is car and his house. The trains were running
locked and impassable. People on
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group of boys enjoyed every moment of their cricket We did
in every match but we learnt a lot about cricket
Mondays and played matches on Thursdays, Thank to Mr Cranna
would like to thank each and everyone interested in this sport
the support I had during my stay at Muizenberg Junior School
TEACHER IN CHARGE
h ' h s included the following:
hitting a ball
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The T.AQT,TCTeachers Aid Team? really proved to be a
helpful venture this year. It was initiated by the
q?sychological Clinic? in order to reduce the number of referrals to
them who could be adequately dealt with in the school structure
with the Remedial and Speech teachers in attendance,
,There were also
cases referred who could be helped in the interim while waiting to
be seen at the clinic so that a plan of action could
immediately in such casesb ,
Basically our team consists ofa Mr Ro Just CChairman??,Mrs J Moolmar
CRemedial Teacherby Mrs G, Rose fSpeech Remedial Teacherl, Mrs T Stoner
Mrs S, Norman and the class teacher of the pupil who is having
difficulties, The parents'participation Cpreferrably bothl is
essential for these Wthink tanksw to be successfulu
During a meeting all relevant data concerning the child is poole
from school and home. A plan of action to suit the child is then
formulated to aid both the pupil and the teachero
Muizenberg has been one of the first schools to
successfully and it is important for parents to
meeting has to be held before hisfher child can
Newlands School Clinic.
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problems which may arise during a pupils schoolingi
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parents with learning
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give each individual pupils the help hefshe deserves
The l,RnP. ilndividual Reading Programme? got off to a good start
this year and one wonders what we did without itui
The children who started with this programme a few years ago are setting
a new trend as they go up to each new standard. The I R P is n w
slowly being introduced threughout the school with the intention of
extending the reading level and interest within each individual child
In addition to the lcR,P. the U.S.R, KUninterrupted Silent Readingl
ha? been lmplemehted for 25 minutes on Monday and Wednesday mornings
This has been extremely successful and the interest and number of
books withdrawn from the library has increasedQ
with both these programmes we hope that reading proficiency and interest
will flourish at Muizenberg Junior Schoolu
MRS T.. STONER
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Seated: P. Johnsong S. Nlyersg Mr. B. Pienaar lCoachl5 NI. NlcLareng G. Liebenberg.
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llirdreh OF TOAD HALL!!
"The river is my world."
Tom Hawkins and Eric Ord
"Down with Toad!"
- Stoats, Weasels, Ferrets.
I had such a curious dream."
Shelley Herbert and Shelley Barnett
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Cast? and 4 Acts? but also Setting used to the sophisticated language.
iWe spent a lot of time t
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Qlargely th?S Workedw Congratulations to all the actors who came up
trumps having to tackle Ango
We had the excitement of t
Milnels adaption and making it work so welll
1 V.d 2 ' h 1 .no only 4 performances but full houses M but'
a so 1 eo fllmlng US ln Preparation for the showr The hall was a
buzz of excitement as Peter Oxley and his crew filmed each group busily
building sets paintin th
t, . N t 9. . S em, making costumes, putting on makenup,
prac lslng heir music and rehearsing a scene from the underground
DHSSSSG- Then the following Monday, after the
show ended on a high
note, WC also had Lionel Friedberg from Astra Nova Films filming
fT0ad' agalna This film will be part of a 10-part series on the youth
in the Arts which will be shown next year on S.A.TCV, 10 A fitting
Gnd to a.WOFthWhile project. But it is not only the national
:FCC0SUltl0N WS will receive, but also the thrill of experiencing being
:filmedu Both film directors complimented us on our high standard
and organisation of which we can be justly proudn
FQ? me, the 5935 Dart of a production :is the growth we see in the .
ithildren themselves - their helpfulness, caring
3which evolves from the beginning through to the
'east most sincerely for their high professional
,they were treated as such and one only expected
and we got it 2
and attention to detail
ende I thank the
standard U they know
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lNaturally a production can never come up without help from all parents
fand specially I want to thank the staff of Muizenberg Junior School
for their wonderful support W without which the
show would not have been
'the success it was - the magnificent sets of Linda Povey, the construction
of them so helpfully and diligently executed by Mr CU Gonin, the
difficult costumes got together by Bev Simpson, Mrs Raphael and Di
Boersseng our backstage crew adeptly trained by Mr Carr, and our
tremendous props gathered together by Tressa Stoner and crew. Thanks
too, to the beautiful ballet girls and their teacher for adding s
touch of magic to the shown Our musical director Miss Turner
deserves praise for her enchanting melodies and her orchestra for
making them. Mr Dave Wood, Mr Hardcastle and Paul Gibbon were
supportive and tremendous in generously carrying out their tasks so
happilyu Make-up artists were stars and the team are to be
congratulated on the animal faces that emerged. Q Thanks to Sandra
du Preez for typing the script and putting up with replacing lost
A production at school is always a good lesson in team work and
ntogethernessn - this is tha part that live enjoyed and loved the
most. Thanks Muizenber t
production a most exciting and rewarding Ones
May I wish you all the best for 1935p8
future productions at the schoolo
sponsored by the PECTON family
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RIDICULOUS ROBBERIES in
The Chairman of the Social Welfare said at a conference today that f
he was shocked and amazed by the seemingly brutal attacks on the
older generation of our society. 3
The first of these attacks occured in the centre of Johannesburg on .
the morning of Friday the thirteenth of aprile Granny Joe had jus
come out of the Pick ln Pay grocery store, when a group of rough
looking characters surrounded her. They robbed her of only two
thingsg baking powder and eggsQ This gang commonly KHOWU HS the
WThe Doughw are planning to bake an extra large cake, What
they are going to do with it is still unknown.
Grannies, this is an appeal to you, for the remaining days of this
week please try to limit shoppinga If you need to shop, make
sure it is in a well known store, well within shopping hours: 4
Try at all times to be accompanied by an abled partner who, should
the need arise, be able to fend for youu V
GREGORY CHRISTENSEN QB
STD 5 OUTING Q FRIDAY 9 NOVEMBER
Std Std Els this year were privileged to be taken to the Moorreesburg
Wheat Museum for their end-of-year outing.
We arrived in the scorching heat at Moorreesburg at about ten og clock
We were given a short talk on the history of wheat in South Africa
after which were taken on a tour of the museums
We received wonderful hospitality at a hotel we visited Cowned by
Mrs Katz, one of our pupills grandparents? where we were given a
delicious lunchn It was a great relief to be given a break from
the heat, We are most grateful to the Moorreesbure school for
letting us use their swimming pool. It was most refreshing
We would specially like to thank Mr Cranna and Mr Carr for arranging
and taking us on our outingi We would also like to thank
Mr Erasmus for taking the time and trouble to drive the bus
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of our school which is's ln lqdlvldual OV SPOUP tUitiOH W that is about
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the year Theyg HUG have had a lot of fun playing together through
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Eisteddfods with favourable Fesuptsgormers compc,ed in the Cape lown
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Senior Ensemble N set work U Merit
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Julianne Kirkwood M U0 11 - own choice H Merit
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'W UD 12 m set work U Honours
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Nicky Stephens u U, 11 - own choice M Merit
Q U. 11 W set work m Diploma
- U, 12 - sonata M Merit
- U. 12 0 duet own choice w Merit
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Jonathan Logan e U. 10 H set work -eeiw Merit
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Shan Aipey W U0 14 W own choice M Merit
The following pupils will be examined by the Tfinity College 0? MUSiC
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ln November 1 Julianne Kirkwood L Grade V
X Nicky Stephens M Grade IV
Jonathan Logan W Grade ll
Audrey Spijker M Grade II
Emma Baplow A H Gfade II
Vepgnique DesFountain N Grade I
Tu Adams w Grade I
Sn Nam,-amoyng '- Crlf'8,dG I
Ju Freeman ' GFHCG I
M. Nadler J Grade I
D Reid Q Grade I
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members whom we trust will continue with us for at least the rest of
their junior school daysl
We are also aware that there are a number of pupils in the school who
have an interest in music and are possible candidates for the orchestra.
Perhaps this is a fitting place for an advertisementg they are irvited
to contact us but should realise the followingz
il joining the orchestra is like becoming a member of any other team M
attendance at all practices is compulsoryo
iii although music is fun, it is also hard work,
The orchestra has not performed at many functions this year although some
of its members did? under the leadership of Miss Turner, played for DLA?
8 THE OGRE and some will be taking part in the music side of TCAD OF TCAD
HALL in Qctober this yearo Some orchestra members are due to perform
at the Ensemble Evening where music groups from other schoolsivill zalso
playingl We also played three pieces at the music'concert which we
we nope to do more Playing next years HOWGVSP9 this will depend lareelr
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on each member of the groupn I
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qtandapd the SQQUQF we can perform ite Until it does, we cannot.
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achaeved The less ability they have the more work is required or the
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Some music pupils have inborn talent. Shan and Garth are two who
have been blessed with this. Here, in their own scripts, are the
parts they wrote land performed at the music concertl for the wells
known HOT CROSS BUNS tune, At junior school level, this is indeed
a remarkable achievement and we hope these two will soon begin to
compose their own music - and play it. '
f Shan and Garth have piano lessons with Mrs Rabie. Shan also plays
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8 years and under
9 years and under
10 years and under
9 years and under
9 years and under
ASSOCIATED BOARD OF THE ROYAL SCHDO
Daniella Booker '
LS OF MUSIC W THEORY EXAMINATIONS 1982
tresults only published this year!
Maximum Marks 99
Tom Hawkins 97
Grade II Garth Airey 99
Shan Airey 9A
Jane Innes QA
Julianne Kirkwood 90
Catherine Lindner 92
Natalie Rust 91
Q Heath van der Merwe 97
Grade III Donovan Kirkwood 70
Grade IV Alain Musikanth 87
ASSOCIATED BOARD OFTHE ROYAL SCHOOLS OF MUSIC PIANO QXAMINATIONS HELD
AT MUIZENBERG JONIOR SCHOOL ON TUESDAY 25 SEPTEM ER
10 candidatesa All passed,
Possible total W 150
Merit - 120
Grade I Lisa Narramore s 134
Clifford McGovern ' 127
Noralyn McGovern 11A
Grade II Daniella Booker 133
Grade III Shan Airey 121
Natalie Rust 117
Garth Airey I 115
Janine Knipe 114y
Emma Barlow 705
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ORCHESTRA' A D DMD
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J. Fraser: Mr. D. Read.
J. Kirkwoodg A. Spijkerp E. Barlowg J. Logang IVIr. R. Just: S. Rickettsg A. Willcockp J. Knipep M. Hardcastle.
R. van Schoorg J. Bainp P. Hardcastlep T. Higgop A. Jansenp H. Read.
JUNIOR CHOIR. l U hi n. N poem. C. Hydgp T. cwefeyg E. Fowler, A. Lihoug Y. crowhursrn. Telford
Back 'OW' C' Ha'd"'9' T1 C "Mango ' ' . 5 Lguw- wa. sms-mg S. du Plessisg c. smith: G. Moltenog S. Beckg N. Stigling
2nd mmf" N' Hoy: PHT: Narrigm3Jii4ie'- K. Cokradieg Mrs. N. Traufmanng V. Pieterseg N. OhIssen5B.WiIsonp J. Jones
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Back row: Dljoglger: J. van der Mervve: K. Montgomery: M. Des Fountain: D. Cowan: J. Lane: N. Stigling.
2nd row.' G. Welgrber: B. Pringle: B. Peel: U. van Heerden: Fl. van Schoor: M. Prinsloo: N. Stephens: L. Elvidge
Ist row: K. Conradie: N. McGovern: T. Olivier: Mrs. M. Fobian: K. Peel: L. Edwards: B. O'Riordan.
Seated: A, Lihou: Y. Bocker: C. Hyde:S. van Heerden.
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The Muizenberg Junior Drama Workshop, an extra-mural drama group WhiCh
meets every Friday afternoon in the school hall, has gone from strength
to strength during the past 12 months.
During the second half of the year it was necessary to increase the number
of classes from 3 to 4 owing to the demand for membership and by the end
of the year all 4 groups were full to overflowing with prospective
young actors and actresses, Add to this the fact that the weekly
registers reflect an average of 99 per cent attendance during the year
and it becomes clear that the workshop is both popular and successful
and that the students thoroughly enjoy their weekly drama classes.
It is imperative that mention be made of the two highly successful
presentations which the drama group produced in 198a. ln this
respect the two productions, both of which were directed by workshop
teacher Glynn Day, were superb examples of the quality of the professional
theatre work being taught to the students.
ln June 'The Waiting Room' an extremely dramatic and difficult play
to act and direct, was handled with sensitivity and emotion by the young
actors and actresses. The production made an impact hard to describe
and comments on the show ranged from VI have yet to see better acting
from young people? to the simple 'By the way these young people act
you would swear that they have been on stage for at least 10 yearsi.
ln July the group tackled something completely different - a swinging
musical which they put together in just under 3 weeks. This was
YOlaf and the Ogre' and it was another resounding success - performed
with zest and polish.
Success of another kind was awaiting certain students in 198A - the
opportunity to work as professional stage, radio and T,V, performers,
There was great excitement when first little Duncan Pringle and James
Crowley were selected to appear in a S,A.T.V, 'soapi commercial M
with Shaun Montgomery providing the 'voice'. This was followed
soon after by one of the senior members, Mark Ellis, landing the
leading role in a 6 part adventure series for S.A.T V, entitled .
'Danger Coast' M which is to be filmed early next year, Other workshop
drama students who acted professionally by providing voices for radio
and T,V, commercials include Tom Hawkins, Daniella Booker, Clint
Olivier, Mark Sampson and Jane Innes.
1984 has certainly put the Muizenberg Junior Drama Workshop on the A
map - their work on stage and in the radio and T.V, studios has
elicited nothing but praise for their discipline and professional
approach to theatre m something which is of prime importance not
only in acting but in life. Leteus congratulate them all and
call for a special round of applause for teachers Glynn Day and
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what an exciting year 1984 h b W
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Spgnt work irst seven months were--
lng on dances f0P a show Without such dedicated girls
ave done as well as we did Fach girl
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The show was ye eargals and Sometlmes at VSPy.Short notice
own as a moderrrgaigiclal be me, as it was our very first show on our
1 ' UE SPOUP. Our programme for 1985 h b
and I haye no doubt that it will he successful. 0 as' egun
ihZ0Ulg like to thank Mr Just who has so kindly allowed us to use
SC 00 hall. as well as the parents and girls who contributed
to maklhg the year an outstanding one.
MRS M. FOBIAN
This year has been a very busy year for the hallerinas of Muizenherg.
The first half of the year was devoted to Royal Academy of Dancing
exams which took place in August. Twenty-one girls entered and all
did exceptionally well.
Gillian Molteno and Genevieve Bos both achieved Honours. 1984 was
' d Pre-Primary and all six little
the first year that we have entere ,
girls were very successful. A
The second half of the year has been equally busy preparing for the
animal dancing scene in the school play WToad of Toad dallr and
' " ' h f' st time we are
the Badge Test. TD1S year will alS0 be 3 S lfe
entering Badge Tests.
Thig pegefisrsbhneereq by the caowauasi family
ROYAL SCHOOLS OF BALLET EXAMS.pfRR1Q8Aif lsiv
Kim Montgomery H
Angela Hains 'li
Sonia van Heerden
RQADD. BALLET EXAMS y- 1984
GRADE 1 Yvonne Bocker
GRADE Ill Daniella Booker
CECCHETTI PRIMARY BALLET EXAMS G 1984
Sub B Hayley Cox
Sub A Tracy Calverey
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