St Andrew’s Girls Awarded For Outstanding Achievements

St Andrew’s top performing students were recently awarded for their hard work, effort and achievements. Judging by what we see here, St Andrew’s plays host to some of the most talented students in the country. 

Erin Hallaby received half colours for cross country at the St Andrew’s School for Girls Senior School Winter Sports and Matric Cultural Awards Assembly.

Junior colours is the highest junior award at St Andrew’s School for Girls that is awarded to girls who individually achieved at a specific event or to a grade 8, 9 or 10 who achieved at the equivalent level as full colours. Junior Colours for hockey are awarded to Shannon Berry, Erin Esterhuizen, Entle Macoba, Rachel Shannon, Roxanne Symons and Sarah Thurston.

Simone Luis, Stefania Aldrighetti and Nicole Rivett received half colours for hockey at the St Andrew’s School for Girls Senior School Winter Sports and Matric Cultural Awards Assembly.

Full colours at St Andrew’s School for Girls are awarded to a grade 11 or 12 who has consistently performed for the school at a 1st team level and whose achievements and external recognition equate to that of a provincial level or to a grade 10 in 2018 who has met the full colours criteria of the previous policy. Full Colours for hockey are awarded to Nicole Chetty, Jenna-Lee Lange, Emma Paget and Danielle Quinn.

Junior colours is the highest junior award at St Andrew’s School for Girls that is awarded to girls who individually achieved at a specific event or to a grade 8, 9 or 10 who achieved at the equivalent level as full colours. Junior Colours for netball are awarded to Caitlyn Greve, Luyanda Gumede, Chabu Kambawfile and Thandolwethu Makhaza.

Half colours at St Andrew’s School for Girls are awarded to a grade 11 or 12 who has consistently performed for the school at a 1st team level and whose achievements and internal recognition equate to that of a district level. Half Colours for netball are awarded to Jodi Linaker.

Full colours at St Andrew’s School for Girls are awarded to a grade 11 or 12 who has consistently performed for the school at a 1st team level and whose achievements and external recognition equate to that of a provincial level or to a grade 10 in 2018 who has met the full colours criteria of the previous policy. Full Colours for netball are awarded to Kelsey-Erin Gems, Courtney Greve and Ncumisa Madolo.

Vivian Yan received half colours for music at the St Andrew’s School for Girls Senior School Winter Sports and Matric Cultural Awards Assembly.

Honours is the highest award that St Andrew’s School for Girls can bestow upon a grade 11 or 12 girl. A girl much achieve the equivalent of national representation in her selected activity. In Music this level is regarded as grade 8. Honours are awarded to Courtney Jeffery for music. Courtney Jeffery started piano lessons at the age of 6 years old. At the age of 8 she was the runner up at the Phillip H Moore music competition. By the age of 14 years old, she had received 5 Unisa Rolls of Honour for her outstanding results in piano examinations. It is also at this age that Courtney started voice examinations. She achieved distinctions in both piano and voice. Courtney received the Hennie Joubert Prize in 2014 from UNISA for her grade 5 piano practical. She then did her grade 6 piano practical in 2014 and received 90% and was once again placed in the Roll of Honour. The latest of Courtney’s achievements include her ABRSM grade 8 – where she attained 92%, and the UNISA grade 8 – where she attained 88%. She will again be placed in the Roll of Honour. Courtney is an outstanding pianist in many genres, as well as an excellent singer.  She has been a significant asset to the music department and to St Andrew’s School for Girls in her service of performing at every event when asked to, and by playing for choir practices. Courtney has more than met the requirements for this award. It is therefore, without a doubt that we award Courtney Jeffery her honours in music.

Full colours at St Andrew’s School for Girls are awarded to senior girls who have consistently performed for the school team and achieved the required points and recognition in the areas of excellend and have repeatedly met the criteria of excellence. Full colours for public speaking are awarded to Emily Macgregor.

Rachel Haddow received the J Bradley Award for Most Outstanding Sound and Lighting Operator at the St Andrew’s School for Girls Final Assembly.

Half colours at St Andrew’s School for Girls are awarded to senior girls who have consistently performed for the school at the top level and who have achieved the required points and recognition in the areas of excellence. Half colours for public speaking are awarded to Alexandra Hughes, Keabetswe Mogotlane, Angeleen Singh, Bongiwe Bhebhe-Mkandla, Kathleen Charlton, Rufaro Chiswo, Nthabiseng Dikobe, Courtney Jeffrey, Imameleng Leeuw and Luandri van Vuuren.

Congratulations to all these bright stars!

 

 

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