meet our sporting teams...

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cyberhunt 27 june

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Well done, global bio-science olympiad participants

On 25th March, twenty-two of our Gr 10, 11 and 12 learners participated in the Global Bio-Science Olympiad. At assembly, certificates were handed out to the following girls participated in the Olympiad: K. Brandt, M. Hoffman, A. Lukas, S. Werth, S. Ndondana, M. Lukie, H. Wilkinson, A. de Vos, S. Butler, L. Campbell, A. Schambril, O. Bissett, R. Gajjar, L. Johnson, V. Longari, T. Smith, A. Exford, L. Naidoo, J. Daniels, S. Madlavu, and O. Johannes. Special congratulations to Heather Wilkinson and Lauren Campbell, the top achievers among the Riebeek girls. Well done to all who participated!

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Alpha Leo Winter Wonderland  Dress up competition winners

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The grade 6 girls playing dress up at school

They were excited to try on different outfits from school productions held many years ago. One of the best days of grade 6 so far ♡  

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Well done, sarah-leigh

Sarah-Leigh Thompson participated in the Cape Town District Gymnastics competition (23 - 24 June). She did very well and won a silver medal for coming second in her age group and a silver medal for Zone Festival. Well done, Sarah-Leigh.

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Welcome, Miss de Beer

Riebeek College welcomes Miss Leanora de Beer to the Life Sciences department. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree and is an SAQA accredited lecturer and assessor. Her hobbies include reading and enjoying the outdoors. She loves the ocean and hates beans. Miss de Beer grew up in Queenstown. She says her first day was less stressful than she thought it would be and it was a very nice day. Her impression of Riebeek was that it is a beautiful school with a rich history and wholesome good people. Her goal for 2017 is to make to the end of the year without missing out on the journey. She believes that TRIUMPH starts with TRY and ends with UMPH, so if you can dream it then you can do it.

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Congratulations, Miss s. du preez

Miss Sunette du Preez was on Friday admitted to the degree Bachelor of Science by Rhodes University. On the same day she was also awarded the Post Graduate Certificate of Education by the same university. The du Preez and Riebeek family are beaming with pride.

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Karate travels

We are very proud of Shanique Scharnick (gr6), Bilqees Vawda (gr7) and Sara Gopal (gr8) who are participating in the World Karate Championships in the Netherlands in July.

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Photography competition 

We are pleased to announce that Miacarla Tee's photo of a weevil (which appeared in the UD News) won 3rd place in the junior section in a photo competition held by the Uitenhage Camera Club. The prize giving will be on the 13 July 2017. 

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Fire victim Support

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fire collections
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The Class of 2017 faced the start of exams bravely and creatively when they undertook a Treasure Hunt and All Subjects in a Lesson drive in the last period of 26 May.

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Mini HOckey herbert hurd festival - 27 May

The mini hockey A-Team played on Saturday morning at the Hurbert Hurd mini hockey festival. The girls played hard and showed great determination. Congratulations to all the mini hockey girls a great improvement was seen in all the players. Special mention needs to be made of Sarah Borstnar for winning the medal for the Riebeek College player of the day and Lauren Labercensie for scoring a goal against Astra! Corbin Boysen was also one of the lucky players on the day to win a gryphon hockey stick! Well done, girls. Mrs Woods is so proud of each of you! Thank you to all the parents that braved the cold and windy weather to support us! Riebeek unfortunately did not win any of their games but with every game we are improving on our skills! The results for the day are as follows:
Sunridge 1-0
Hurbert Hurd 1-0
Union 3-0
Astra 3-1
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Sasol Forever Resorts ENVIRO Quiz Competition:

This fun and educational event was attended by 12 of our Gr 6 pupils. The 1st round trials was held on Wednesday 16 May at Handhaaf PS from 13.30 - 16.30. The girls endured a three hour session and hope to hear good results soon. They will be notified early in June whether they have made it to the 2nd round. The girls are:
Thaakirah Dolley
Reutloue Dunywa
Makagonaishe Rwodzi
Samantha Seifert
Sarah-Leigh Thompson
Robyn Richards
Zoë Craill
Aeryn Ferreira
Liyabona Meke
Jihaad Ravat
Salmah Salie
Abrinea Booysen

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grade 11 festival

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Miss Riebeek 2017 
 
After a wonderful night of showcasing Riebeek beauties at the annual Miss Riebeek pagent, the winners were:
Juniors:
Abrenea Booysen (Miss Riebeek junior) 
Callan Elie (1st princess) 
Unako Ndigaye (2nd princess)
 
Teens:
Aphelele Toyis (Miss Riebeek teen)
Andisiwe Toyis (1st princess)
Khiran Butt (2nd princess) 
 
Seniors:
Jamie-Lee Daniels (Miss Riebeek senior) 
Chene Simon (1st princess)
Malakhiwe Hoffman (2nd princess) 
Mia Muller (Miss Personality)
Anovuyo Singeni (Miss Legs) 
 
Thank you to all the teachers and parents who were on duty all night and to all who attend the event.
 Thank you, Dance Committee, Mrs Kruger and Miss Potgieter.

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chess is back

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The mini hockey girls played their first away match on 9 May against Lorraine. The excitement levels were through the roof. The B team drew. Well done to Lauren Labercensie for scoring a stunning girls. The A team lost agains Lorraine but the girls have to be commended on their never give up spirit and great defence. A special mention has to be made of Sarah Borstnar who did a magnificent job in defending our goals and stopping so many balls over and over again. 

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SU Camp 2017
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ELIZABETH HOUSE DAY ASSEMBLY

On Thursday 22 June, Riebeek welcomed Riebeek Old Girl, Lynne Gadd-Claxton, who works for the regional CHOC( Childhood Cancer Foundation South Africa) branch. Accompanying her was the CHOC mascot, Keemo. The mascot costume was worn by Phaphama Gxakuma, a student of NNMU studying Agricultural Science. Head of Elizabeth House, Sanelisiwe Jikeka, and her team held pancake and hot chocolate days, sold favours, held a music afternoon and organised various other initiatives to raise money for the cause they selected to support for their annual House Day. The Bible reading was by Uthimna Hobongwana and the prayer by Merallynn Arnolds.
A very big thank you to Mrs Stear,Mrs Bean and Mrs Elie, the Elizabeth House Teachers and everyone who supported the Fund-Raising Initiatives. Elizabeth House is most appreciative and values every contribution made.
CHOC is an organisation dedicated to providing assistance to children that are battling cancer or life-threatening blood disorders, and their families.
CHOC’s goal is to improve the welfare and quality of care of children with cancer and offers families a wide range of psychosocial and practical support
Keemo is the CHOC mascot. He is a young boy who survived cancer and he wants to create awareness of the work CHOC does and how CHOC can help families like they helped his.


On Thursday 22 June, Riebeek welcomed Riebeek Old Girl, Lynne Gadd-Claxton, who works for the regional CHOC( Childhood Cancer Foundation South Africa) branch. Accompanying her was the CHOC mascot, Keemo. The mascot costume was worn by Phaphama Gxakuma, a student of NNMU studying Agricultural Science. Head of Elizabeth House, Sanelisiwe Jikeka, and her team held pancake and hot chocolate days, sold favours, held a music afternoon and organised various other initiatives to raise money for the cause they selected to support for their annual House Day. The Bible reading was by Uthimna Hobongwana and the prayer by Merallynn Arnolds.
A very big thank you to Mrs Stear,Mrs Bean and Mrs Elie, the Elizabeth House Teachers and everyone who supported the Fund-Raising Initiatives. Elizabeth House is most appreciative and values every contribution made.
CHOC is an organisation dedicated to providing assistance to children that are battling cancer or life-threatening blood disorders, and their families.
CHOC’s goal is to improve the welfare and quality of care of children with cancer and offers families a wide range of psychosocial and practical support
Keemo is the CHOC mascot. He is a young boy who survived cancer and he wants to create awareness of the work CHOC does and how CHOC can help families like they helped his.


On Thursday 22 June, Riebeek welcomed Riebeek Old Girl, Lynne Gadd-Claxton, who works for the regional CHOC( Childhood Cancer Foundation South Africa) branch. Accompanying her was the CHOC mascot, Keemo. The mascot costume was worn by Phaphama Gxakuma, a student of NNMU studying Agricultural Science. Head of Elizabeth House, Sanelisiwe Jikeka, and her team held pancake and hot chocolate days, sold favours, held a music afternoon and organised various other initiatives to raise money for the cause they selected to support for their annual House Day. The Bible reading was by Uthimna Hobongwana and the prayer by Merallynn Arnolds.
A very big thank you to Mrs Stear,Mrs Bean and Mrs Elie, the Elizabeth House Teachers and everyone who supported the Fund-Raising Initiatives. Elizabeth House is most appreciative and values every contribution made.
CHOC is an organisation dedicated to providing assistance to children that are battling cancer or life-threatening blood disorders, and their families.
CHOC’s goal is to improve the welfare and quality of care of children with cancer and offers families a wide range of psychosocial and practical support
Keemo is the CHOC mascot. He is a young boy who survived cancer and he wants to create awareness of the work CHOC does and how CHOC can help families like they helped his.

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SPCA donation for fire relief

Thank you to Mrs Skeates and the SPCA Committee, girls and parents of Riebeek. Over R9000 collected through fundraising this year was given to the SPCA this week to assist with their fire relief efforts.

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SPCA colouring in competition

The winners of the SPCA colouring in competition are: Ingilosi Rune, Ayabulela Tom, Justine Clarke, Khazinla Nkombisa, Kamvalethu Xego, Salmah Salie. There were many beautiful coloured in pictures which made it very hard to select the top in each grade. Thanks to all those who supported the SPCA.

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mini hockey of 16 may

The enthusiastic and determined mini hockey girls played against Erica Girls Primary. The girls played their hearts out and displayed great sportsmanship both on and off the field. The A team put in a valiant effort, but lost 2-0. The B team rose to the occasion and won 5-1. We are so proud of both teams, especially Lauren Labercebsie who scored 4 goals and Deenah Dolley scored 1 goal.   

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evolutio outing

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purple pinkie project

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HOckey tour to york

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