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‘Show and Tell’ benefits young children in many ways. These early language experiences help children to build effective communication and listening skills that are vital to their learning. It also encourages their emotional development, as they share their interests, home lives, and joys with friends. The...

As a teaching tool, the Grade 0 teachers have been using ‘Thinking Maps’ to help the children clarify, organise, communicate, and group ideas and information about a topic.  Thinking maps are a fun way of capturing information and exploring a theme or idea. The Circle Map...

The staff and pupils of Uplands showed their support to CANSA and cancer patients during our recent College Shavathon. Pupils contributed by having their hair shaved or sprayed. We thank the Uplands CANSA Debutantes for their hard work in raising the funds and awareness to...

On Saturday, Kayla Schefermann competed in her first SA Open Water Championships held at Jeffrey’s Bay. Seeded 18th in her age group prior to the start of her 3km race, she ultimately finished 6th in a time of 42mins30.  ...

Titans Cricket CEO (and entertaining motivational speaker) Dr Jacques Faul visited Uplands this weekend at the special invitation of his former pupil, Coach Hennie Joubert. Dr Faul conducted a variety of professional development sessions on campus. On Friday he spoke to the senior management and leadership...

In loving memory of Mr Nigel Sloane Thank you to UPPA, Mr Gavin Sinclair and the community for the memorial bench donated in memory of Mr Nigel Sloane (04-04-1963 to 03-12-2018). The bench overlooks the Preparatory Oval, a special place for an exemplary schoolmaster, dedicated sports...

Uplands Outreach is delighted to present our Annual Impact Metrics infographic.  We would like to congratulate and thank the Insikazi Circuit Manager, Mandrew Nyambi (along with our 34 partner schools) for these positive results from 2018. We have also included a snapshot collage of the recent opening of...

On Friday 15th February the Pre-Preparatory children were treated to an enjoyable and educational Puppet show, ‘Rainbows of Laughter.’ The show focused on the theme of ‘stranger danger.’  The children were thoroughly entertained and also learned some valuable life skills.  ...

The Grade 11 Visual Arts pupils were challenged with creating public artworks to reflect our core values. Each group had to create a life size figure which captured a specific theme: Theme 1: United in Diversity - Here a figure juggles aspects of gender, race, religious...

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