Newsletter – 11 March 2020

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Important Dates

12 March 2020
Zonal Gala - Muizenberg
13 March 2020
Triangular Gala - Zwaanswyk
13 March 2020
Grade 4 & 5 Social
17 March 2020
Meet the Teachers (Learners dismissed at 13:00)
20 March 2020
School closes for Term1 (11.00am)
31 March 2020
School opens for Term 2
1 April 2020
Please read the newsletter published on this day next term for all your important dates.

Meet the Teachers

Meet the Teachers takes place next Tuesday, 17th March 2020. You class teacher will send home a letter, if she/he feels the need to meet with you to discuss your child’s progress. We will send home the time of your appointment once the reply slip has been returned.

Winter Uniform

Children come back to school in their summer uniform next term. Weather permitting, children may wear their summer uniform up until Monday 4th May 2020.

Sandwich Programme

09 March 2020 - 13 March 2020
Grade 7
16 March 2020 - 20 March 2020
Grade R

Our School Counsellor

We are running a Kindness challenge for the Grade 5, 6 and 7 learners until the last day of term. Please ask your child about this and encourage them to participate in it. Kindness is not a weakness, but a sign of incredible strength.

Second Hand Uniform Sale

We will be having a second hand “flash cash” uniform sale on Tuesday 17 th March from 12pm – 3pm. Gently used, second hand unmarked and donated clothing will be on sale.

Items between R10 – R40.

Strictly cash, happy Shopping!

THPS Sprayothon

On Friday 20th March (last day of term), all Grade R – Grade 7 learners will be invited to participate in raising funds for CANSA by having their hair sprayed for a small donation of R5.00. All funds raised will be donated towards CANSA. Only cash payments on the day, no KARRI app payments will be accepted.

Learners will pay CANSA directly at the time of having their hair sprayed. Please support this worthy cause as we pray for our parents and learner who have and are fighting their personal battle in this area.

Admissions 2021

A reminder to THPS family and friends, applications for 2021 close on 17 March. Online applications must be made at and application forms need to be collected and returned to our office before this date. Our current Grade R learners do not re-apply, unless you will be applying for Grade 1 at another school.

Swimming Caps

THPS Swimming caps are back in stock, if your child requires a swimming cap, they can be purchased from Mrs Slater at R70.00 each. School bags are unfortunately still out of stock, we will inform you as soon as it arrives.

Sports Results

The under 13 cricket team played against Reddam. We batted first and with a great

opening partnership from Jared and Jude we managed to make 109/2 after 15 overs. With Jared Paulse top scoring with 45 runs. Reddam struggled to get going with the bat and only scored 49 runs in 15 overs. We won by 60 runs. The man of the match is Jared Paulse. Well done to the Under 13 cricket team who is unbeaten this season.

On Wednesday, 26 th February, the U11 Cricket team played a match against Herzlia. Herzlia won the toss and elected to field first. It was a steady effort from the team, and we managed to score 52/4. Daniel Dennis scored 13 runs. While fielding, we managed two fantastic run outs by Devlin Boonzaier and Liam Floris. Our bowling is improving, but we couldn’t prevent them from reaching the target of 53 runs. Herzlia won the match by 8 wickets. Congratulations to our man of the match, Daniel Dennis.

Security Update

As of this month we would like to welcome our new Security Guard who will be working hand in hand with Maurice to increase safety on the school premises. Maurice is now working directly for the school and will be present when learners come to and leave the school premises. Please direct any queries or concerns directly to me to avoid MISINFORMATION from spreading.

Grade 7 News

The Grade 7’s visited Rusoord Retirement Village last week. The learners accompanied the elderly for a walk around the village and learnt about their childhood. The learners performed a few beautiful songs which the elderly thoroughly enjoyed. It was a truly meaningful experience and the children showed us their true colours with their sincere interaction with the respected members of our community.

Well Done Grade 7s!