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Cedarwood School ended the year stronger

Cedarwood's 2022 highlights included their Mother's Day tea, Father's Day soccer tournament, school camps, sporting activities, maths indaba, and parents campout.

Cedarwood School had an exciting and eventful 2022 as the school staff and learners got involved in many activities.

As the school strives to give its learners and staff the best education possible, its academic and extracurricular programmes enabled learners to achieve their full potential.

Reintroducing all school activities last year brought a renewed sense of energy and enthusiasm for both learners and staff.

Cedarwood’s 2022 highlights included their Mother’s Day tea, Father’s Day soccer tournament, school camps, sporting activities, maths indaba, and parents campout.

The headmaster of Cedarwood Prep, Sudeshan Moodley, said the school looks forward to doing even more as a community this year, 2023.

Cedarwood School Prep headmaster Sudeshan Moodley.

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank all staff, children, and parents for making Cedarwood School the school of choice. This definitely resonates with our 2022 theme: ‘Stronger Together’.”

Ntsako Ngobeni, who was in Grade 12 last year, expressed her gratitude to the teachers for trusting her with the role of being the school leader. “Not only has this [being a leader] equipped me with the knowledge of true servant leadership, but it has also taught me about community and respecting the dignity of others.

“I walked through the school gates of Cedarwood College every day for five years with a feeling that I am cared for and knowing that I am part of a community. My wish to all the matriculants is, may we be men and women of intellect, impact, and value, being the best that we can be.”

Cedarwood School learner Christopher Heyes.

Another leader at the school, Christopher Heyes said he has thoroughly enjoyed the last five years at Cedarwood School, and his experience as a servant leader has been enriching.

Cedarwood School College headmaster Dr Phillip Kotze.

The school’s college headmaster, Dr Phillip Lotze concluded, “We were indeed stronger together this year and next year it will be an even more exciting year for Cedarwood.”

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