Edgemead High School hosted a Xhosa Week celebration in support of Africa Day 2019.
Learners celebrated the Xhosa culture by dressing up in their vibrant traditional clothing and hosting a fashion show for their school. A group of talented learners performed Xhosa songs acapella, while others showed off traditional Xhosa dances.
It was a great opportunity for learners to show off their culture, while also teaching their peers about their culture.
On the 25th of May, countries across the African continent will celebrate Africa Day 2019 in celebration of the foundation of the Organisation of African Unity.
There is a buzz of excitement at Edgemead High School this week, as our drama department prepares for the production of Peter Pan. The production will run the 6th-12th April at Edgemead High School. Grab your friends, family and neighbours and join us on a journey to Neverland to watch the adorable darling children, the villainous Captain Hook and Peter Pan in what promises to be a magical and entertaining show.
Edgemead Music Department builds on 2014 “Random Acts of Kindness” Outreach program with a really touching display including donating food parcels, blankets and their signature entertainment by the ensemble group. Take a look at the attached video link.
I do not think there are enough superlatives to describe the Little Shop of Horrors production.
The seed was planted four years ago and many said it was not possible – how wrong they were! We watched as the idea grew and finally took root in 2011/2012.
66 cast, 8 staff, three nights, four shows, three sold out and floods of emails tells the story of success. We have certainly lived our motto: “to have life more abundantly”! (Just don’t feed the plants!)