Matric & Life After High School – 6th February 2018

school5 copyThis week, our roving reporter on the scene, Sasha de Voux, talks to Bronwyn, Rozhuan, Olivia and Matthew about their hopes and fears for 2018 and also MATRIC DANCE DATES!!!

 

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Tristan Coetzee Valedictory Speech – 25th October 2016

school1A hilarious account of the time spent at WBHS over the last 5 years and how the brothers have supported each other through the years.

 

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Tim Gertzen Valedictory Speech – 25th October 2016

school1A brilliant speech encouraging the Matric 2016 class to go out and make the changes that both SA and the world need today by being “Good Men”

 

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Keith Richardson speech during Valedictory service to the Matrics of 2016 – 25th October 2016

school1Special guest Keith Richardson speaks to the Matrics of 2016 and their time at the school and what the future may hold.

 

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Wynberg’s 1946 Matriculants – 11th October 2016

podcast logoOn Founders’ Day this year, two of our Grade 11 students Stacey Goliath and Robyn van Dam were able to talk to three of Wynberg’s 1946 Matriculants (Barbara Geach, Ena Carlilse and Jean Chetwin) about their experiences of school, and the changes that have taken place.

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Countering Racism 02 February 2016

podcast logoSouth Africa has been rocked by several incidents of racist comments which have sparked a storm of protest on Social Media. Wynberg Matrics discuss the importance of discussing the issue

Participants are Ms Orpen, Rebekah Nathan, Lara Harris, Tayla Pinto and Leigh Botha

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