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We believe in educating for the development of global leaders; those who are able to go out and lead for good and progress within a dynamic and challenging environment. One way in which we prepare our pupils for the world beyond Uplands is to engage in...

In celebration of the annual Sappi Mother’s Day Concert which will be hosted at the Lowveld National Botanical Garden on the 12th May, Sappi has added its Sunshine Piano as a prelude to the festivities. The piano made its way to Uplands on Thursday and...

Our Matric Dance took place on Tuesday night. With the theme of ‘Starry Starry Night’, the College hall was transformed into a spectacular display of fairy lights with gold and navy blue finishing. The boys looked dashing in their tailored suits, whilst elegant dresses and flawless make-up...

The Grade 0s celebrated Earth Week by planting a tree in their new playground. Planting a tree with children helps them to feel that they have 'given something back’ into the environment. To the Pre-Preparatory as a whole, this tree is a symbol of growth...

The first term of 2019 has been overwhelmingly positive for the Uplands Outreach team, particularly with the opening of our brand-new Japhet Outreach Centre at Uplands.  Feel free to visit us for a tour. With our theme ‘Secrets of Success’ (read more on page 3), we...

Seven of Uplands Outreach's partner schools in the Insikazi School Circuit benefited from a computer donation from Sasol Energy on 11 March 2019. This donation forms part of the Sasol Energy-funded digital literacy programme that educators from the Insikazi Circuit previously attended at Uplands Outreach. Read...

We had fun dressing up for World Book Day. Pupils and teachers took the time to come to school dressed as characters from books they have enjoyed. The Foundation Phase teachers depicted the Little Miss characters and The Cat in the Hat featured strongly in...

The Grade 000 pupils have been learning about different Fruits and Vegetables. They each had a turn to smell and feel a variety of vegetables. They started learning about “heavy and light” by weighing the vegetables on a scale. Learning about Fruit and Vegetables made our...

‘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...

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