Weekly Happenings

Around The School News – Monday 6 August 2018


Queenstown Girls’ High School teacher Mrs Nandi Zuma,, together with Interact, travelled to Ekhuphumleni High School in Whittlesea to donate shoes to their learners, which were in turn donated by the 2017 matric class of Girls’ High School. The Interacters also spent an afternoon playing with the children at the Zonke iZinto Safehouse.


Phelokazi Gwana, a Grade 8 learner at Queenstown Girls’ High School participated in the Sunshine Coast All Styles Karate Tournament held at the Fish River Sun recently. This was Phelokazi’s first tournament and she received a 4th place in Kata. She is congratulated on her achievement in this sport.


1st lost 0 – 1
2nd lost 1 – 4
3rd lost 0 – 3
u/16 A lost 0 – 1
u/16 B lost 0 – 3
u/16 C lost 1 – 7
u/14 A lost 0 – 10
u/14 B lost 0 – 1
u/19 A lost 16 – 23 u/19 B won 19 – 14
u/19 C lost 6 – 7 u/19 D won 15 – 4
u/16 A lost 10 – 18 u/16 B lost 9 – 21
u/16 C lost 4 – 21 u/16 D lost 2 – 23
u/14 A lost 6 – 23 u/14 B lost 12 – 15


Queenstown Girls’ High School is prominent on the S A Schools Squash ranking list. Congratulations go to Teagan Roux who was ranked No 3 in the u/19 age group and Kirsten Lyons who was ranked No 4 in the u/16 age group.

Special mention must be made of Teagan Roux who has been selected for the Squash SA u/19 Women’s Team for the 2nd consecutive year. Teagan toured to India to compete in the WSF World Junior Women’s u/19 Individual Championships, ranked number 1. Queenstown Girls’ High School is proud of Teagan and commend her commitment to her sport.