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					EPWORTH
Independent High School for Girls
Dear Parents

Newsletter Number 18: Friday 5th June 2009
Attached please find your copy of the parent/teacher appointment booking sheet for the academic progress meeting on Thursday 25th June to be held in the Multi-purpose centre. Kindly liaise with your daughter, who will confirm the times with her relevant teachers. Cottage to rent Cottage available to rent next door to Epworth for 3 months – rent negotiable. Available immediately. One bedroom, study/dining/ bed alcove, large lounge area, kitchenette and bathroom. Undercover parking. Would suit a single person or a couple, and possibly one child. Please contact Sandy Benkenstein. Bursary Competition Tanna Vryenhoek participated in a bursary competition for The International Hotel School. Tanna was placed 6th out of 20 semi-finalists and will participate in the finals which will be held during the first week of the July holidays. Congratulations and good luck! Thank you! On behalf of the SA National Blood Service we would like to thank all of you who donated blood, at the clinic at Epworth, on Family Day. ABRSM Examination Results Julie-Ann Coppinger – Flute – passed Grade 3 Tarryn Frankland – Clarinet – passed Grade 5 Efua Bortsie – Alto Saxophone – passed Grade 6 Gillian Jacobs – Clarinet – passed Grade 7 Joni Groom – Alto Saxophone – passed Grade 8 Congratulations to you all! Ballet : American Performance Awards Level 8 : Brittany Petersen – Gold, with distinction. Congratulations! Recycling news Buy long life and concentrated items (batteries, bulks, etc.) This saves on packaging as well as product. Don't purchase anything made of styrofoam or packed in styrofoam. It contains polystyrene, which is the most difficult material to break down in our landfill and is considered a hazardous waste. Buy items in cardboard, aluminum, steel, glass, and plastic containers marked 1 (PET or PETE) and 2 (HDPE). These containers can be recycled more easily. Read labels for ingredients. Stay away from chemicals that harm our plant and animal life and poison our land. Remember today is World Environment Day! On the Sports’ front

Results Hockey: Matches versus GHS Under 14C won 1-0 Under 14B lost 0-1 Under 14A lost 0-1 Under 16C lost 0-1 Under 16B lost 1-2 Seconds lost 0-7 First team lost 0-1 Netball: Matches versus Voortrekker First team lost 10-31 Second team won 11-4 Under 16A lost 4-25 Under 16B lost 1-6 Under 15A drew 9-9 Under 15B won 16-1 Under 14A lost Under 14B lost Sport next week: Friday 5 June Independent Schools’ Sports’ Festival: 4.00am 1st team hockey, netball, tennis and squash depart for St. Andrew’s Johannesburg Hockey: 3.00-5.00pm Midlands hockey practices Saturday 6 June Independent Schools’ Sports’ Festival: 2.00pm Depart Johannesburg 8.00pm Return to Epworth Hockey: Matches versus TWC: At Epworth: Astro 8.00am Under 16C 9.00am Under 16B At TWC: Astro 8.00am Under 14A 8.50am Under 14B 9.40am Under 14C Monday 8 June All sport as usual Hockey: Midlands practices at Epworth 3.00pm 2nd team match versus TWC at TWC NO Under 16A and Under 14A hockey Tennis: 3.00-4.00pm Squad coaching (see list) 4.00-5.00pm Squad coaching (see list)

Squash: 3.00-4.30pm Girls’ league 5.00-6.00pm Top Squash Squad Body Conditioning /Aerobic workout with Ria: 3.00pm for all HP girls, 4.00pm Body conditioning girls and anyone else who would like to go Canoeing: 3.00-4.30pm as usual Tuesday 9 June 3.00-5.00pm Inter-house hockey (compulsory for all to spectate) No other sport Squash: 5.30pm Ladies’ 1st league, Men’s 4th league Wednesday 10 June Netball: Matches versus Howick at Howick High (to be confirmed) Or 3.00-5.00pm Inter-house netball (compulsory for all to spectate) Hockey: 3.00pm Under 16A versus TWC (to be confirmed) Squash: 3.00pm Boys’ league versus Michaelhouse at Epworth 5.30pm Ladies’ 3rd league, Men’s 5th league Tennis: 3.00-4.00pm Squad coaching (see list) 4.00-5.00pm Squad coaching (see list) Thursday 11 June Basketball skills 3.00-4.00pm All grade 8’s 4.00-5.00pm U15, U16, Open Squash: 5.30pm Ladies’ 2nd league, Men’s 4th league Hockey: 3.00-5.00pm Midlands practices Friday 12 June Squash: 3.00-4.30pm Bell tournament Hockey: 3.00-5.00pm Midlands practices

“Life is fragile, handle with prayer!!”
Enjoy your weekend! Kind regards Wendy


				
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