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Primary School

Grade 7 Farewell

The Grade 6 class, with the help of Mrs Gattoo and Mrs Potgieter, hosted an entertaining function to celebrate the Grade 7 class’ end of Primary School. The pirate theme was embraced and also was reflected in the eats, decorations and the games that were played. The effort paid off…

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Sports Results

Harriston, under the guidance of Mrs Viljoen, hosted a very successful mini cricket tournament.  U7 Girls Harriston 2 vs. NHC Harrsmith lost Harriston 1 vs. TKS 3 lost U8 Girls Harriston 1 vs. NHC Harrismith 1 won Harriston 1 vs. HCA won Harriston 2 vs. NHC Harrismith 2 won Harriston…

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Foundation Phase Sleep-Over

On Thursday, 18 October, the school hall was transformed into a giant bedroom for our annual Foundation Phase sleepover. The excited learners arrived at school to set up their sleeping area for the night and bravely waved goodbye to their parents. Much fun was had at the “Sleepover Carnival” where…

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Leaders 2019

Harriston would like to congratulate the 2019 Leaders in their appointment Leaders 2019 (left to right) Head Boy Khanya Mlotha Head Girl Wilri Dissel Deputy Head Girl Mbali Tshabangu Deputy Head Girl Katherine Labuschagne Head of Falcons Zanele Tshabalala Head of Eagles Kamogelo Tayob Head of Sport Bianca Jardim

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Megadrama 2018

Excitement is tangible as classes are preparing for this fantasitc event which will take place on Wednesday 12th as well as Thursday 13th September and Friday 14th September. On Wednesday evening plain seating will be available (not reserved) and tickets will be on sale at the door for R60 per…

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Grade 4 Dairy Farm Visit

The Grade 4s completed the Social Science topic on Dairy Farming. In order to have a practical experience of the topic they visited a dairy farm outside Harrismith. It was an exciting experience despite the unfavourable weather conditions.

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Grade 5 Mandela Day

The Grade 5 class visited Hope House for Mandela Day #MandelaDay #Time2Serve . Hope House provides a home environment for vulnerable and orphaned children who have no alternative place of safety, so as to enable them to realise their full potential and become confident and contributing members of society.

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