Getting to Know Your Leaders – part 1 – 12th October 2018

podcast logoIn the first of the series “Getting to know your Leaders”, Alex Nicholson (Head of Cavanagh House) chats to Kayla Barnes (Head of School); Chéyenne Britten (Head of Hostel) and Erin Harris (Head of the RCL)

 

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Getting to know your Leaders – part 2 – 12th October 2018

podcast logoIn the second of the series “Getting to know your Leaders”, Amarachi Vazidlule (Head of Culture) chats to Kayla Welsh (Head of Constantia House) Aimée Cawood (Head of Communications) and Kayley Appleton (Head of Academics)

 

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Getting to Know Your Leaders – part 3 – 12th October 2018

podcast logoIn the third of the series “Getting to know your Leaders”, Aasiyah Saffodien (Head of Copenhagen House) chats to Nonelela Madubedube (Head of Apsley House), Hannah Davids (Deputy Chair of the RCL) and Nadia Parker (Head of Wellesley House)

 

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Getting to Know Your Leaders – part 4 – 12th October 2018

podcast logoIn the fourth of the series “Getting to know your Leaders”, Nicola van Tellingen (Head of Service) chats to Erin Daries (Head of Kirsten House); Aaminah Domingo (Head of Sport) Jordan Abrahamse (Head of Silverlea House) and Courtney Jacobs (Head of Waterloo House)

 

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Prize Giving – 12th October 2018

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Do you think prize giving should still be held in schools? Positives and negatives? Does it inspire/encourage learners to work harder to achieve prizes or does it demotivate weaker learners – making them feel ‘not good enough’?

 

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Positivity – 21st September 2018

Screen Shot 2018-09-21 at 13.33.06In this week’s podcast, Sasha and Bronwyn spoke to Aldrin, Jordan, Gabriella and Tamara about the impact a negative or positives mindset can have on their results and goals in life.

 

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Stellies Radio Top 5 Countdown – 18th August 2018

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Join Ms Abrahams and Mr Maree for the Stellies Top 5

 

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Body Talk – 13th September 2018

Screen Shot 2018-09-13 at 21.52.33This week we bring you a fabulous podcast on “Body Talk”. In discussion with Aimée Cawood are Ciara Birch, Jasmine Kennedy and Nicola van Tellingen.

 

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Matric and beyond – 13th September 2018

Screen Shot 2018-09-13 at 21.40.50In this week’s podcast HTS’s new hosts are Gabriella Wagner and Jordan Vermeulen who spoke to a few matriculants of 2018.
They’re joined by Sasha de Voux, Bronwyn Witbooi, Shireen Parsley, Imaan Hilberg, Adrian Fieties, Joyce Kakama and Nathan Van Wyk and discussed how their matric year has been and how they’re feeling now that their school career is almost over and that they’re starting their adult lives soon.

 

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