Grade 1’s Heritage Day Braai


College Grade 1's celebrated Heritage Day in true South African style after being given a lesson on the National Emblems of our country. They collected the wood and then buttered their own rolls and braaied their own sausages.

Grade 1’s Heritage Day Braai2018-09-27T17:59:31+02:00

Grand Parents Day a Highlight


A highlight on the school calendar is Grand Parents Day. On Friday 21 September, Grades 00 to 2’s hosted their Grandparents to a picnic and Karaoke show for this year’s Grand Parents Day. A wonderful way for the children to show off their school to these very important people in their lives!

Grand Parents Day a Highlight2018-09-25T15:34:30+02:00

Funky Hair Day Fundraiser Fun


Friday 21 September was Funky Hair Day at the College. Everyone helped raise funds for the Grade 6 Garden Route tour by paying R5.00 to come to school with a crazy hair style. The creativity was amazing!

Funky Hair Day Fundraiser Fun2018-09-25T15:30:34+02:00

College Girls’ Club supports Cupcakes 4 Kids with Cancer


The senior girls (Grade 4-7) made plastic icing decorations at Club on Monday. They are making these decorations to put on top of the cupcakes that will be baked next week and which will be donated to the Cupcakes 4 Kids with Cancer fundraiser, being held on 29th September at Foutains Mall. The plan is [...]

College Girls’ Club supports Cupcakes 4 Kids with Cancer2018-09-19T15:06:29+02:00

St Francis College Cross Country Runners Shine at Independent Schools Trail Run


The College entered 20 children in the six Independent Schools Trail Run races hosted by Kingswood College in Grahamstown on 11th September. Nine ISASA schools participated in the event. The College did really well with 10 of their entrants being placed. In the Under 9 boys race, Ethan Darke was placed 1st, Noah Tovell 2nd, [...]

St Francis College Cross Country Runners Shine at Independent Schools Trail Run2018-09-14T15:31:28+02:00

Celebrating Spring!


How beautiful is our school on this fresh Spring day! The recent drought breaking rains have filled our little dam to the brim. The grass is green again and our Grade 6 learners were busy gardening when a welcome visitor dropped in.  

Celebrating Spring!2018-09-10T15:19:43+02:00