Stories are part of the culture and wealth of our communities. They have the power to teach, inspire, excite, connect and soothe. We see stories come alive as we share them every day on train platforms, in taxis, in church, in class or around a fire at night. We all have stories to tell.
It is no secret that, at OWLAG, the love of poetry extends far beyond the Language classrooms. Students not only write their own poetry, but are enthusiastic about sharing it with our community. On Friday 24 August, the student body gathered in the theatre to enjoy performances by some of our own up-and-coming slam poets
On Tuesday 21 August, eight very excited Grade 11 Accounting students embarked on a practical accounting adventure. Production cost accounting is one of the sections covered in the Grade 11 syllabus and so, to explore this part of the syllabus, the girls travelled to Mrs Van Heerden’s House where they had to bake and ice cupcakes as part of a practical project.