Summer 2015 edition now online

All articles from the Summer, 2015 edition reproduced online.

“Across uncharted seas”

International travel is not a new concept at Durban Girls’ College (DGC), situated in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.

Should Montessori be mandatory?

When it comes to producing creative business leaders, a Montessori education has proven to be a potent predictor of future success.

Taking the road less travelled together at Trinity Children’s Centre

She was not herself. She walked in with sagging shoulders and a clouded face. I didn’t know what her weekend had been like,

Paving a promising path: the Phumelela Outreach Programme at Holy Rosary School

Living in a time when it is so easy to become absorbed by our own lives and our materialistic desires, it is important to preserve the act of selflessness.

Family matters: Country College and Country Kids join ISASA

In 2004, I left Johannesburg, having fallen in love with the tiny rural town of Wakkerstroom, the second-oldest town in Mpumalanga. Within four years, my daughter Tammy and her family also moved to Wakkerstroom.

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