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Rundle College Triumph’s at KeNako Schools Golf Festival

Rundle College brings the KeNako Schools Golf Festival trophy home! Congratulations to the Rundle College First Team who won the 9th annual KeNako Schools Golf Festival. The team played some good golf in the three day tournament  to win the event for the 7th consecutive year. Rundle won the medal division by 14 shots against St John’s College who finished in 2nd place. Schools from across South Africa arrived in George before the measures to combat the Coronavirus were implemented. Thank you to all the schools who participated in the 2020 tournament.

Sleeping Under Starry Skies

The Rundle College preparatory school students went on their annual camp to Swartvlei, in Sedgefield, from 4 -6 March.  The main purpose of the camp is to give the students the opportunity to gain valuable life skills in an informal setting and to experience new things. The children took part in a variety of activities, including watersports in the lake, kite-making, preparing their own food on the braai, snorkelling in the rock pools at Gericke’s Point, archery and this year they even had a drumming session! The Grade R to 2 class also joined us for a morning filled with fun activities on the beach. As usual, the children made sure the camp was filled with many funny moments, which included chasing monkeys out of the tents; creating a smelly, noisy, moving lake monster; posing with a jelly fish as a hat and many more. View the full album in the gallery.

Yemaya Morley Top 3rd Environmental Management AS Cambridge Result in the World for 2019

We are extremely proud of our academic achievements to date and now have yet another accolade to add! Yemaya Morley, last year’s AS student, achieved the third highest mark in the world for Environmental Management. This is a monumental achievement and we are extremely proud of her. I would also like to thank her family for their obvious support and encouragement. A special word of thanks goes to, Ms. Tana Scott, for her continued belief in Yemaya. Not many people know but this was a process which involved many additional hours and independent study over a number of years to prepare for this. This is now the 4th special achievement that #RundleCollege has achieved for Environmental Management over the last 5 years. It is also not surprising to note that 4 of our Environmental Management students from last year have decided to study their BSc in Environmental Studies, yet another accolade to the school and Ms. Scott.

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