The WCED appoints Mrs Shirley Humphreys as the Acting Principal of Sans Souci. This year also saw an exciting introduction to our Academic department, namely isiXhosa as a second language option, as well as the addition of Soccer as a fun new sporting opportunity.
Our girls were invited to attend the Unogwaja Cape Town Procession – Red Sox day. It was here where our Choir and Jazz Cats were requested to entertain the crowds with their musical talents and were a very important part of the day. Protests – WCED Minister asked to conduct the investigation into aspects of [READ MORE]
This year, 42 enthusiastic and dedicated Sans Souci girls’ took up the challenge to create a life size rhino sculpture from recycled material for an awareness campaign against Rhino poaching. This was then placed on display at the V&A Waterfront.
Moyra Makina, a past pupil of Sans Souci and a “Survivor” series participant, addressed the pupils sharing her life’s journey, urging the girls to “Face your fears”, “Just show up” and “Stay focused.”