Linpark recently hosted its first Grade 8 Spelling Bee Competition. It was a great
learning experience for all our grade 8 learners, and we look forward to hosting
Spelling Bee 2015
Linpark head boy, Eyona Teto was instrumental in driving the monetary collection
for Collin Pitts. Mr Pitts, a form Linpark High School learner was stabbed in the
head with a screw driver, on 11 June 2014, while assisting a lady who was being mugged.
This previous workshop manager and Chairman of the Midlands Ski-boat fishing club,
as a result of his altruistic actions is completely paralysed. Various operations
have stabalised his condition and he is able to communicate with eye movements.
After hearing about the many challenges the Pitts family encountered; Eyona together
with the Linpark High School RCL set out to help the family. Learners from the school
dug deep into their pockets to contribute to the RCL fundraising endeavours. A healthy
sum of money was collected to support Collin’s further treatment. Linpark High School
principal; Mr Schreuder impresses the importance of an old students’ society as it
establishes to continue the legacy of the school.
Left: Collin Pitts visiting Linpark.
Below: Collin loved the outdoors. In the photos we can see his passion of fishing,
camping and boating.
Bottom Right: A photo of Collin during a therapy session.
Linpark stand by their old students
Mr & Miss Esterhuizen 2015 - See Boarding page for details
The Linpark School Governing Body has introduced navy slack pants as part of the
girls’ winter uniform.
Girls will no longer be allowed to wear the tracksuit pants. The tracksuit is strictly
for sports only.
The pants can be purchased at the HUB.
Left: Three young ladies model the elegant new slacks. Very smart!
Uniform Change for Girls
New School Bus for Linpark
Linpark recently purchased a new 23 seater school bus to assist with transport during
sporting and cultural events.
The school logo, badge and website are displayed on both the sides and the back of
Blood Drive 2015
See Events page for details
The Linpark girls’ basketball first team, represented the UMgungundlovu District
over the weekend at the 2015 provincial top school's tournament.
After two days of tough basketball, the girls came out victorious. They won 1st place
in the U18 basketball tournament, and will proceed to represent the province at the
national top schools' tournament in December.
Well done ladies!
Linpark Girls’ First Team Basketball Excel
Welcome back all old students and staff, and a warm welcome to all our new students.
Linpark welcomed 4 sets of twins to grade 8 in 2016.
Four Sets of Twins for Linpark High School
Head Forum were announced at our Junior Prize Giving ceremony held on 27 January
Pictured with the Head Forum, Top left: Mr. H.Buys (Deputy Principal), Mr. N. Schreuder
(Principal), Mr. H.Pieterse (Electrical Educator). Bottom row; Nomhle Nodabula (Deputy
Head Girl), Anita Tsetse (Head Girl), S’thabiso Mlaba (Head Boy) and Bolelang Mofokeng
(Deputy Head Boy).
Head Forum 2017
New Circuit Manager Visits School
We were visited by our new Circuit Manager, Mrs FD Dlamini, on the 8th of February
Picture: Mrs Dlamini and Mr Schreuder having a chat.
They love libraries
FROM LEFT: Nhlanhla Ggcobo (Sbanesihle High School), Zama Gwala (Sobantu High School)
and Zothani Ngwenya (Linpark High School) show off their winning photographs from
the ‘My Photo - My Library’ competition held at the Msunduzi Museum yesterday. Building
up towards Library Week which started yesterday and is celebrated across South Africa
to encourage reading, the Msunduzi Museum launched the competition where people had
to take a selfie in and around a library reflecting what a library means to them.
These photos with their stories are now exhibited in the Msunduzi Museum Library
during Library Week. PHOTO: Ian Carbutt
We are so proud of Zothani Ngwenya for winning the “My Library” competition held
at the Msunduzi Museum.
Appearing in Mail & Guardian!
Our very own Miss Dlamini made it onto the Mail and Guardian, 200 young South Africans
for 2016. Follow the link to read more.