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A LANGUAGE PASSPORT WILL OPEN DOORS OF UNDERSTANDING AND OPPORTUNITY

As part of our aim to create an environment of understanding, tolerance and opportunity, we have partnered with three language schools, each offering a unique set of expertise and experience. One of those partners is now based at The Coach House and is working with our Academic Council to address language needs in the College. Jenny Kerchhoff, who heads the KZN Language Institute, is engaged with us on a research project on multilingualism and language awareness

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LEARN TO SPEAK ANOTHER LANGUAGE

St Charles College has formed partnerships with three language schools, each complementing a commitment to a focus on authentic additional language learning.

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SCC WEATHER STATION

We are pleased to announce that in partnership with the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Disciplines of Agrometeorology and Geography, St Charles College has installed an automated weather station to measure atmospheric conditions at the school.

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KEEP THIS VILLAGE ALIVE

It has been the sudden and devastating reality that some sectors of our economy have been brought to a complete halt. It is important for all of us to understand that without intervention this village we live in will be irreparably harmed.

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A TIME TO RESET

Change always brings opportunity. Our opportunity during lockdown, from a sports perspective, has been to step off the roller coaster that is week-in, week-out fixtures, pre-seasons that intrude on current seasons, early morning HP sessions, tours, festivals; and just breathe for a moment. The opportunity to take stock has been interesting.

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DON'T YOU THINK IT'S TIME YOU GOT STARTED?

Have you been telling your son to close the books and get some sleep? Have you had to suggest that enough has been done for the day, and that an hour in the glorious afternoon sun would be good for body and mind? Or have you been nagging and interrogating? ‘Surely you can’t have completed you work for the day?’ Or, ‘Don’t you think it’s time you got started with your work for the lesson?’

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