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MUIZENBERG NHNS CIYIOBER 1987.
INFERNATIONALI94 PERVADES MUIZENBERG JUNIOR
GAIETY and excitement were the order of the day at Muizenberg Junior
School on Friday 4 September. The occasion was the school's Inter-
national Evening - an impressive exhibition of the pupils' work and
World ' variety concert .
Each classroom featured a different country and was adorned with pupils'
creations depicting facets of their country's national life. Posters,
paintings, drawings, projects, ornaments, clothing, toys, books,
magazines and even examples of local cuisine served by the stall and
mothers all combined to convey the spirit of each country. The
countries were drawn from all the continents of the world and it was
evident that every single child in the school had been involved in
this splendid event. Charming musical items at the jam-packed
concert culminated in a moving finale where hordes of children re-
presenting an enormous variety of nationalities joined in song. The
spirit of internationalism was clearly apparent.
Crowds of people thronged the classroans and corridors to see the
displays and sample the foods. All in all, it was a wonderful
occasion which none of the children are likely to forget. ,
At the beginning of 1987 it looked as though it would be impossible to run
the Cmputer Club, when most of our instructors resigned for various reasons
Luckily several parents volunteered and the Club is doing well. Our
Mrs Cowan, who teaches "Turtle I" Advanced groups. They have been
doing procedures and sub-procedures
"Turtle II" and are now learning variables.
" rtle" Beginners from 3rd term - very keen
Mrs White, who teaches "Yertle" Beginners from lst term 19877 they
have learned to use Repeat and are
now busy with polygons.
Mrs Biicker teaches "Snertle" A group of very keen boys, also
started in January 1987, who now
have a good understanding of Repeat,
.- and into procedures.
a delightful display of their talents in a most stirring 'We are the
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Mr Boehm and Mr Hebbert teach our Wednesday night classes for the more
advanced children. This class uses the computer language "BASIC", the
day classes use "LOGO".
Our big news this year was the acquisition of a new KIBM Ccxrpatiblel Comp
the ICL - Elf, and the promise that at the right time, the Apple will be
replaced by a second ICL.
We will also be moved to a more suitable rocm as soon as possible.
This year in Scripture Union we have been doing lots of fun things and
learning about God. One of the outings was to the beach for supper.
We went to St James beach and had a nice picnic and swam. Our "Sleep-in"
in the school hall was fun. We played games, ate hot dogs, milo, pudding,
watched a film and went to bed.
We have had a fancy dress party and we went to Kirstenhof and had an
Action Palaver. We played duster hockey, marie munch, cricket and a ball
It's so nice to believe in God and have fun at the same time !
We are indeed priviledged to have the freedom to meet as a group around
God's Word every Thursday.
The Junior Scripture Union Group has been an inspiration this year.
Their love of God, simple faith and enthusiasm has been most encouraging.
1987 has been an eventful year in the history of the Muizenberg Drama
Workshop, which is a good 5 years old incidently.
The most exciting highlight for the entire workshop was our productiqq
of "Peter Pan". This show was done in conjunction with the Junior Just
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to held August this year at various venues. We'd
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an excellent standard- Muizenberg Junior School hosted this
groups fran Sub B to Std 4 in section Our pupils
mst-slwvyable event- -me all our pupils and teachers - 'THANK You AND
At iknmialgilisteddfod Prize-giving held at the City Hall our school
received a for the greatest participation in the Speech 5 Drama
sectmon. is a -great honour as we are the first English
school ever shield- The Std ZA class also received a trophy
for Choral 2 - 5- We are 'very proud-
Tb all our who passes: thank you for your efforts too.
You all tried your be-st-
tape 'num Results:
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Julian Bs Hfmsufs Thomas M91-it
mmimia Backer may Merit
Daniella Biicker merit
may Alanna M911-it Ev A
nmieua seam mn-t ,hey l you - Merit
lmaiella in Merit J' ,Becker 50n'?m'5
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'Julian imomas Merit
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Carimlia meiax - 5
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,mill Um' music pupils zmdtmdhers we say thank youiand well done.
MRS D HUNT
They year 1987 must feature in the history of Muizenberg Junior School
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AC SCHOOL the objective was to educate due children regards an attitude
to litter and the conservation of our resources. Here I must
the staff for their roll and in particular the members of the Environment
Ccmnittee all of whcm did sterling work during the year.
To date the committee and other members of the club went on seven
clean-ups. These included the Marina, Sandvlei Bird Sanctuary, Silver
Mine, Kalk bay and Table Mountain. The members attended two seminars
held at Old Mutual in Pinelands.
Our school also took part in the Spring Festival in Cape Town, the
planting of more than fifty trees in the vicinity of the vlei,
ccrrpetitions of various kinds. In the Litter Post Ccmpetition, Kim
Montgomery and Geoffrey Millward took first and third place respectively.
A fine achievement when one considers that many other schools entered.
In the Metal Box Litter Sculpture, M.J.S. took a third place.
Kim Montgomery was successful in being granted an audience by the late
Minister Wiley. Kim was also Highly Ccmnended for a English language
Environment Project organized by the Cape 'Down Eisteddfod. ,
'lhe highlight of the year must be that Kim Nbntgcxnery and Quinton Atkinson
lead a mass of 2 000 children of all nationalities into the Civic Centre
for World Environment' Day. There they presented a scroll to the Mayor
of Cape Town in the presence of many odier Mayors and Mayoresses from the
metropolitan area of Cape Town. The scroll bore the naxres of almost every
child at M.J.S. having trade a pledge for a better tomarrow.
On l7 August 1987 thirty-two very excited pupils and future pupils of
Muizenberg Junior School had their first ballet classes in die hall at
the school, having moved here fran "The Friend Activity Centre" in
Muizenberg. Since then our numbers lmve grown and we have thirty-
seven pupils entered in the National Society of Dance Teachers' Badge
Tests, which are being held at the School on Saturday 21 November 1987.
Unfortunately these results will be too late for publication in the .
I would like to thank Mr Just for inviting us to move to the school and
for allowing us to use the hall on Saturdays during the 4th term and
whenever else I could fit in a minute for extra lessons 1 Thank you to
the Junior Primary teachers for their co-operation in re-scheduling their
Monday time-table, to Mrs du Preez, Mrs Hickey and parents for their help
and the boys and girls for working so hard this year.
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We Werenpriviledged to have the services of experienced drama people in
their fle1d,'Rodny-Mark Verner, for his lovely music and acting ability,
and Alfred Rietman for his creative directing.
It was a real family affair, as mum's put their shoulders to the wheel and
helped make costumes, props and scenery far into the night. Luckily coffee
was always at hand 1
We did enjoy the production and found to our amazement that all the years
Of training held us in excellent stead ! Congratulations to our
special .actors and actresses who distinguished themselves by being most
PrOfGSS1ODa1 Iit's an experience that we'1l long remember I know ED
It's to see how the standard of work in our drama classes have improved
as we .
Michal and Ruan de Witt distinguished themselves too by playing the parts
of "Happy" and "DOpey" in the production of "Snow White" put on by Just Us and
directed by Rodney-Mark Vemer at the Nico Malan during the September
holidays - well done.
'Xmas last year 1986 Michal de Witt, Uhandi Prins, Natalie Howard-Carr,
Wayne van Schoor and Tracey Adams helped to contribute to the success of
"Welcome Home Noddy" in the Nico Malan. They were 'toys' of noticeable
ability - good work. .
Members of the Workshop will continue to help Just Us in productions next
. It is good to see our members
year, so keep on
reaching for the stars !
We were priviledged to have the services of another two gifted teachers during
the year who contributed their knowledge for the benefit of the workshop,
Patrick Lilley, who left to join Napac - and Martin Clohessy a well-known
Many exciting plans are in the pipe line for next year - make-up stage
craft, prop making, scenery, costumes, directing which will be introduced to
you by well-known personalities. This will guarantee a really elite team
of professionals emerging from Muizenberg Junior Drama Workshop.
'Ihank you for being such a dedicated group of fantastic people.
CINDY JUST .
This has been a pleasantly busy year. We began on a high note on 26 March
with a Staff!ParentfCapabfPupi1!Past Pupil Concert which was most successful
and thoroughly enjoyed by both players and audience.
on 23 April we participated in Kalk Bay's "Sound Waves" at the Muizenberg
Pavilion. The Pavilion was absolutely packed - standing room only, am! we
had a most appreciative audience.
The 4 June saw us at Kirstenhof Primary Schoo1's Ensemble Evening, another
In June the Trinity College Examinations were held and for Grade I, Traceyanne
Iambert was awarded a Merit having gained 832.
we held our own "Evening of Music" on 5 August which was very well attended,
went very well, and a happy time was had by all in a good relaxed
atmosphere. This was followed five days later on 10 August by the
Kirstenhof Choir Festival where both our Junior and Senior Choirs participated
acquitting themselves well. It is so good on all these various occasions
to see 'and hear what other schools are doing. -
The 21 August was the day for the Associated Board of the Royal Schools
of Music Examinations held at this school, as has been the custom for the
past several years . h
Possible Total 150
Pass with Distinction 130
Pass with Merit 120
Pass . - 100
Nicolette Hallett 130 D
Judith Narramore 134 D
Thandi Prins 131 D
Ryan van der Merwe 135 D
Yvonne Boker 127
Jul ian Thomas
Evdokia A1 exiou
115 P I
1 25 M
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130 D H
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