Some of our Autistic Phase learners enjoyed a superb outing to the Durban Harbour. They went on a cruise around the harbour. They were very excited to share their news about this wonderful learning experience!
The Grade 7 camp was thoroughly enjoyed by the learners and the staff members who attended. It was an action packed weekend and a wonderful bonding experience for the learners. It was a great opportunity for the Grade 7’s to showcase their leadership skills just in time for the staff to choose whole school monitors.
The School Gala’s were a huge success and lots of fun was had by all. Well done to everyone who took part and especially to those star swimmers who awarded certificates.
In the foyer you will soon see the Anti Bullying Pledge that all the learners in the Intermediate Phase have “signed” with their hand print. This initiative was the idea of Mrs Buschell and it is working well within the phase to help us with our zero tolerance to bullying campaign.
Taiga is such a star. He appeared in the Highway Mail as the Spar Star of the week. He has made Browns’ School proud!
We would like to thank our dedicated swimming coach, Mrs Visagie, who once again put in time and effort to prepare and motivate our swimmers. You are a star! We appreciate you!
We are very proud of our talented swimmers , past and present, who completed the Midmar Mile. They featured in the local Highway Mail . Keep swimming, champs!
Love was in the air at the Browns’ School this Valentines Day. The staff and the learners celebrated this day by dressing up in red and white. The whole school celebrated with a variety of events , from picnics to fun contests! We thank Spur for donating burgers as prizes for the Intermediate Phase competition.
Susan Smit (our pottery teacher) was the lucky winner of the Raffle organised by the Speech Therapy Department.
The awesome Valentines Day hamper that was raffled by the Speech Therapy Department. A huge thank you to all those who supported this raffle!
Some examples of our masterpiece artwork displayed all around our school. We have very talented artists in all our phases!
Our Grade 1-3, Autistic and Special Needs classes enjoy weekly pottery classes, where they create the following beautiful pieces: