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Father Andrew was invited to the Grade 00s to do a lesson on New Beginnings. He chose to retell the Creation story and how it has impacted our lives as Christians. He relayed how Jesus’ death and resurrection have given us the opportunity to a...

A huge thank-you to all our parents for all the animal food donations. By involving the children in this very worthy cause, we teach them to be compassionate and help where they can. It was wonderful to see the delight on their faces as they...

We are delighted to have these special little children join us at Uplands Pre-Preparatory School in Grade 0000. We know that this will be a year of magical wonder and amazing growth for each of our little ‘seedlings.’ To mark off the start to 2021, our...

A new year brings along a new grade for each child. What a fun way to explore a new playing environment by using all your senses. The Grade 000s used their sense of touch to discover different textures. These hands-on learning experiences are invaluable to...

What makes Uplands boarding a home away from home? We pride ourselves in creating a home feel and a family atmosphere in every boarding house. The Easter bunny's little helpers hid Easter eggs for the girls in Bishop Boarding House.     ...

Our Pre-Preparatory School is functioning at full steam! Our playgrounds and classrooms are alive with happy and energetic children. At Uplands, we firmly believe that all children are natural learners and learn best when they are happy, stimulated and feel safe. Photo credit: Jenny Simons ...

The Grade 7 English theme this term explored types of discrimination, prejudice and bias centred specifically around Romani people – commonly known as ‘gypsies’ or ‘travellers’. To end the term’s theme, we celebrated with a ‘Gypsy Day’ on Wednesday 10th March, at which we had...

“We must give more in order to get more. It is the generous giving of ourselves that produces the generous harvest.” ― Orison Swett Marden Uplands College generously supported the national CANSA Shavathon on Wednesday 10 March. Thank you to all the pupils and staff for...

The Grade 8s recently went on a trip to Sugar Bay, Zinkwazi. They got to enjoy excellent hospitality on perfect South African, sunshiny days and bonded to become an Uplands tribe. Photo credit: @sugarbay789 ...

The Grade 9 hike is part of our extended and varied curriculum. We believe that it is important for the Grade 9s to bond as a group and feel a sense of unity. Additionally, they enjoy outdoor learning and leadership opportunities as they navigate trails,...

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