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This week's news

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Happy Africa Day!

The Inter-House debating event was live-streamed. Congratulations to all our speakers. More photos in 'Gallery'.


The Grade 7-12 Co-Curricular Drama students had the privilege of attending a Playwriting Workshop by the prolific playwright and actor Paul Slabolepszy.
Slabolepszy, a resident of our community, has made his mark in the global Theatre industry with the success of his plays Saturday Night At The Palace and Mooi Street Moves, to name but a few. The students thoroughly enjoyed his presentation.

Two Grade 8 teams participated in the Speech & Drama College of South Africa’s annual Prepared Public Speaking Festival. 
Team 1, consisting of Tione, Julia, Judah and Oliver were applauded for their mature content and reflections on materialism and were awarded an A. 
Team 2, Nicole, Chalyn, Isabella and Roxanne were celebrated for their polished technique and team dynamic, also receiving an A. 
De La Salle Holy Cross College received the highest symbols of the evening and the only As. 
We are so very proud of our speakers and wish them continued success in their speaking careers. 
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In celebration of Founder’s Week, an Appreciation Tea was held for our own De La Salle Brothers - and pupils wrote notes of appreciation to the Brothers, teachers and staff.

Congratulations to all the canoeists who made the SA team! Especially proud of our very own Finlay Leask.
The team selected for the ICF Junior & Under 23 Sprint World Championships in Portugal in September:
Junior: Alexa Godden, Helen Jansen van Vuuren, Laila Maher, Finlay Leask, Matthew Maccelari.
U23: Callam Davis
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DLSHCC supported Slipper Day, Reach For A Dream’s most celebrated fundraiser, on 7 May.
'Not All Heroes Wear Capes' is the running theme of the campaign and is a fitting reminder that our brave children and all our doctors, nurses and their families are the true heroes of this time. This Slipper Day promises to echo the hearts of all these heroes and why all of us need to come together to believe in the magic of a dream come true.
Thank you to the DLSHCC Slipper Day supporters for supporting this worthy initiative.
More photos in 'Gallery'.

We are grateful for a smooth, safe start to the new school term!
More photos in 'Gallery'.
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Pupils (Gr 7 to 11) participated in a two day, Level 1 first-aid course provided by EmergencyCare to further their skills as First Aiders at the College.

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