Dear Kyalami Schools (NPC) Community
It is difficult to believe that we are already at the end of the Academic year and that 2018 is all but over. The year has been another successful one for the Kyalami Group of Schools. We have continued to position ourselves as schools of choice for the communities that we serve, and have invested in our offering in order to strengthen our products; academic, cultural and sporting alike. It remains our strategic objective to continue to:
Being a part of a school, and now a Group of schools is a privilege and an inspiration. Apart from the energy, enthusiasm and commitment shown by our staff, as educators, we get to be a part of the lives of so many families, intimately. It is a treasure to watch children grow and develop into young people, and then to track their journeys into adulthood.
We are educating children for a world that we cannot yet envision, and key to the success of this is our commitment to raising well-rounded individuals who are capable of taking on the challenges that tomorrow will bring. Inkunzi isematholeni, the bull is among the calves, and tomorrow’s leaders will come from today’s children, best we prepare them well.
I was speaking to a friend who had his children at Beaulieu College. He remarked to me that in their first years at university, he was more thankful than ever for the preparation that his child had received. More than the solid education grounding provided by our college, he felt that his child displayed a real sense of EQ and maturity that belied their age. I am always happy to share the credit for a well turned out child with their parents, but it did get me thinking. What is it, that makes us the special Group that we are?
Beaulieu College Headmistress, Mrs Danielle Meikle and her staff congratulate the matric class of 2017.
120 distinctions, 91% entry into Bachelor Degree study. 45% of candidates received either an A or B aggregate.
We are proud of the efforts of our pupils and staff in ensuring another outstanding set of results.
Nick Binedell, founding director of the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS), and Sameer Rawjee, former director and founder of The Life Design Lab at Google Dublin and founder of Life Design at Work and the O School, have a philosophical discussion on the future of education.
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