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Term Three has got off to an exciting start. Our pupils and staff have rested well and are ready to tackle all that this term holds with vigour and courage. The excitement was palpable amongst our children as they interacted with their friends. The pupils can expect to gain in their skill levels in and outside the classroom. This term we celebrate our school`s twentieth year of existence with a week of song and music as the three schools combine to entertain our parents with the “Roots and Wing” performance. Tickets to this event are selling out quickly. We also welcome Spring and start out pre-season for the various Summer sport activities. The term will end with the annual Grade Seven Spring Market Day. The term is sure to bring new experiences, enhance teamwork, extend creativity and develop new skills.


Micheal Shi qualifies for third round of the South African Maths Olympaid

Michael Shi, a Grade 9 student at Trinityhouse High School Randpark Ridge recently participated in the South African Maths Olympiad. Close to 100 000 learners participated in the 2017 Olympiad. After the first and second round, only 100 Senior and 100 Junior learners qualify to move onto the third round. Trinityhouse High School had 26 Junior learners and 37 Senior learners enter the first round of the Olympiad. Out of the Junior learners, 15 made it to the second round as well as 19 Senior learners. Michael Shi has excelled and made it into the third round which will take place on the 27th of July. What a great achievement for Michael who will write alongside other Maths learners from the whole of South Africa as well as some learners from Africa.

Trinityhouse Heritage Hill Pre-Primary – Incubators!

Trinityhouse Heritage Hill Pre-Primary was lucky enough to have had two incubators at our school.
We had the opportunity to see little chicks hatch for four days. They were delivered at our school
on the Monday. We all had a chance to guess which egg would hatch first and wrote it down on a calendar.
Over the next three days we kept a close eye on them, watching them hatch one by one. Number 14 was the winner!
Our children learnt a lot from this wonderful experience. Best of all, we were able to hold the chicks once they hatched!


Trinityhouse Launches Lego Engineering- 16 May 2017

Today the fun continued at Trinityhouse with an introductory course to our Grade One pupils to Lego Engineering by the JEFA Education & Life Skills Program. The Grade One pupils learned the different Lego pieces and names as well as their functions. They were then given liberty to build their own structures. #SMILES all around the assembly hall where the program took place. The Introductory Course continues through this week and next to all Preparatory Pupils.


Not only do Trinityhouse Palm Lakes Pre-Primary children go on outings to venues in their surrounding community but they are also treated to in visits.

Recently, Dogz cool was a hit with the aptly named “Hero” standing out and winning the hearts of the children with his speed, goofiness and ability to do many tricks!