GRADE 8 TREK REPORT

Academics

The Stanford Lake College Grade 8’s completed their annual “Twin Peaks” Trek, summiting both the Iron Crown, which is the highest point in Limpopo, as well as Serala, which is the second highest. The group left school early last Wednesday morning, the 6th of September and navigated the 8-day route up the Iron Crown, into the Wolkberg, down into the Mohlapietse Gorge, …

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GRADE 9 TREK – SOUTPANSBERG

Academics

 (IN THE RESTING PLACE OF LOUIS TRICHARDT) The Grade 9s of Stanford Lake College  embarked on an 8-day self-guided expedition from 6th to 13th September.  The students do their own navigation in the mountains. Navigational exercises were done in the class in preparation for this big trek! The base location is near Louis Trichardt. The bus dropped the students off and …

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PRESIDENT’S AWARD

Academics

It was with great pride that a number of our students were invited to attend the prize giving for the Limpopo President’s Award Programme.  Stanford Lake College was acknowledged for being the school with the most enrolled students in Limpopo and special thanks were given to Mr Matthew Venter for the essential role he played in enrolling and encouraging students to su …

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SLC vs Christiana

Sport

On Saturday 19 August the Stanford u/15 Rugby team played in the Verseeker Beker semi-finals against Christiana from the North West. It was a beautiful day for rugby and neither team disappointed the many parents and supporters who turned out to watch the game. Our juniors dominated their opponents throughout the 1st half, with some highly impressive running rugby, wi …

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Round Square Junior Conference At St Andrew’s, Turi – Kenya

Round Square Junior Conference at St Andrew’s, Turi – Kenya

Round Square

Seven learners from Stanford were selected to attend the Round Square Junior Conference in Kenya in February. They were accompanied  by  Ms Marmari Pieterse and Mr Izak Vollgraaff and participated in a post conference tour in which they travelled to the Maasai Mara National Reserve. The conference theme was Mtu Ni Watu (Swahili for “No Man is an Island”) and the Confe …

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