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Possible two highlights this year for us all were the visit of 'Grannies'
MUIZENBERG JUNIOR PRE-PRIMARY '
During the year we had a major change in the Pre-primary.
We said good-
bye to Mrs Payne who left with her husband to manage a holiday resort in
Sedgefield. It was a pleasure to welcome Mrs Karen Prins as our new
teacher and it has been a joy to work with someone who has vision and
enthusiasm and endless energy.
During theuyear the children have been taken on outings of an educational
nature which have included places like: Mineral World, Tokai Forest,
Sheep Farm, Container Ship, S.P.C.S.7 Snake Park, Fire Station:
World of Birds: S A Naval Band and others.
HEAD GIRL Sf HEAD BOY REPORT 1987
This year has been a very busy year for everyone at M.J.S. The pupils
of the school have been a part of many activities in and out of school.
One of the most fun and profitable activities has been the participation
of the pupils with the Fairest Cape Association. We have also been on
clean ups with our non-european twin school Steven Road Primary. We
are the first european and non-european schools to do so. And on account
of that our name has been mentioned in many newspapers for e.g. The Argus
The Cape Times, The Sunday Times and our local newspapers.
'Ihis year the Language Festival Day, Arbor Day and Founders Day fell on
the same day. For Arbor Day we planted over 50 trees at Sandvlei.
on Mother's Day and an activity morning lSaturdayJ for Fathers and
Children for Father's Day.
Needles to say, our land of 'Australia' was the gem of the International
Evening Cwe're not biased are we ?J
As a result of our fundraisers - ' C a rummage sale, cake sale,
Easter Rafflel we were able to purchase blinds for the classroom, erect
a new side gate, hang a commando net, build a drying rack, purchase blocks,
tools and other equipment for the children and begin with the plans to build
a platformfactivity corner., which will be handed over for completion next
We are grateful to Mrs Dixon for her work in training the children to swim.
Also to Susan Forshaw for her involvement and help during the year.
I would like to corrmend the Pre-Primary Committee on their successful
'Boot Sale' which was a first for Muizenberg Junior. Their enthusiasm
and hard work has helped to make the Pre-Primary department more effective
in preparing the young-ones for Junior School.
May I in closing wish you all a happy and safe holiday and much joy as
we celebrate the birth of God's Son at Christ-mas time.
P.T.A. PRE-PRIMARY CI1'MI'I'1'EE: Mrs D Kermey
Mrs M van Schoor
Mr R Glover lChairmanJ Mrs G Van del' MGIWS
Mr J Donaldson fTreasurerJ Mrs B Adams
Mrs J Lewis lsecretaryl MIS E COWHH
After that we assembled in the hall for the Language Festival presented
by the pupils and the Founders Day service, presented by Mr Raven.
There has been a few athletic outings and galas throughout the year and
we have had our fair share of defeats and victories.
This year's General Knowledge team has participated in many quizes
against Western Province Preparatory, Westcott and Kirstenhof.
Unfortunately we lost the Triangular Cup to Kirstenhof but we know that
next years team will win it back. We also participated in our first
Music Quiz at Grove Primary against 5 other schools.
All those involved with music and singing at our school can be proud of
our many Eisteddfod achievements and we are lucky to have had very
Our annual International Evening passed with flying colours. We made
R2 700. It was even better than last year's due to the enormous response
of the teachers, the parents and especially the pupils.
'Ihere have been many rumours that die change from rugby to soccer was
not a good choice. But this is not true. We have done exceptionally
well. Especially our Under 13 team who only lost one match in the entire
Our class camps this year have been the best ever. The Std 5 camp was
very exciting, as we had talks and slides about the place were we stayed
which was Hout Bay. The Prefects Camp was also enjoyable and will stay
in our memories for a long time. g
Just recently we had our Sleep Out. Although the weather wasn't on our
side, it was a very successful project.
We have enjoyed this year very much and we all hope the next Std 5's
will enjoy it just as much l From all the Std 5's we'd like to thank
the school for 7 happy years.
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