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Fun afternoon running a frisbee workshop for students at Rundle Academy! I did a demo and showed them what's possible with frisbee. We did disc golf, freestyle, creating throws, inventing games, dodge disc, and frisbee tag! Huge thanks to Stu for having me in!

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Happy Monday!

Here is a recap of last week's groups that volunteer at BB4CK downtown kitchen!

Thank you ConocoPhillips Yogadotcalm Crescent Point Energy Corporation Calgary Heritage Lions Club Rundle College
Happy Monday!

Here is a recap of last week's groups that volunteer at BB4CK downtown kitchen!

Thank you ConocoPhillips Yogadotcalm Crescent Point Energy Corporation Calgary Heritage Lions Club Rundle College
Last week the BB4CK downtown kitchen was filled with excitement and laughter, with volunteers connecting while making more than 7,600 sandwiches.

From 8th and 9th grade students to Corporate groups, everyone pitched in to ensure fresh fruits and vegetables, nutritious sandwiches, and healthy baked items were ready on time to be delivered to schools around the city.

Thank you, Nutrien Menno Simons Christian School Rundle College for feeding and caring for Calgary's kids.
The past two weeks have been busy at the BB4CK downtown kitchen!
We enjoy having all our groups taking action to make sure no kid goes to school hungry in our city.

Thank you Polar Promotions & Sportswear ARC Resources Ltd. Mealshare The Bro'kin Yolk ConocoPhillips Rundle College Sanjel Energy Services Serafina
Thank you, Mealshare MEG Energy Rundle College The Bro'Kin Yolk CRAFT, for caring and feeding Calgary's kids last week at the BB4CK Kitchen!

Thank you to those that pitched for our six weekly run/walk at the Outeniqua Family Market and THANK YOU Rundle College for organising this ...

We had so much fun and promise to start advertising way ahead next time ..

Great to see our Joplins Steak Bar family ... off course with ADOPTED pooches πŸ’ͺ

Our kittens and Peanut the silly Jack Russell pup had everyone entertained ..

Thank you Alice Adendorf .. instead of "sweeping" - you went to buy us coffee and rolls at the market 🀣🀣🀣

Thank you to the Rundle teaching staff .. great smiles and big hearts .. we made new friends 🧚🧚🧚🀢🀢🀢 @ ODIN at Tantivvey in Blanco, George 0720841374
My son is moving to your school in the new term- we are looking for him for a lift from Glenwood House in the mornings at 07:00 to Rundle- happy to make petrol contributions- thank you Maranda
SAVING LIVES - Rundle College students, staff and members of the community participated in the recent Rundle College Save Lives Blood Drive.

The Western Province Blood Transfusion Service truck was stationed in front of the school to give easy access for learners, teachers and parents who wanted to donate blood. Read more here:

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Thank You Rundle College for presenting a very delightful Grandparents day. Thank You for the effort you put into this day. Olivia van Reenen grandmother of Ben and Amelie Raubenheimer.

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Progressive Education ; Extraordinary People Rundle College offers relevant education, all the while taking cognisance of the need to provide its young students with the skills to meet life's challenges whilst adhering to a clear-cut set of values.

Students are afforded the opportunity to function in a constructive and stimulating environment; and together with the advanced educational programme it is a setting that will encourage and promote the freedom to express oneself. Discipline remains important and is a fundamental feature of Rundle College. Whilst Rundle College is challenging educational boundaries, it is done in a considered manne


Annabelle during her outstanding performance when she placed 2nd in Trampoline πŸ₯ˆ - 'Gymnastics SA Gym Games 2022'


Annabelle's winning performance when she took 1st place in Double Mini during the 'Gymnastics SA Gym Games 2022' πŸ₯‡πŸ‘

Photos from Rundle College's post 06/10/2022

Congratulations to Annabelle who competed in the 'Gymnastics SA Gym Games 2022' in Gauteng. She placed 1st in Double Mini πŸ₯‡ and 2nd in Trampoline πŸ₯ˆ
She also participated in tumbling and rhythmical gymnastics. πŸ€Έβ€β™€οΈ Well done Annabelle, we are so proud of you! πŸ‘


Happy Teacher's Day! πŸ‘¨β€πŸ«πŸ§‘β€πŸ« We would like to thank all our teachers for their hard work and dedication towards each and every student! You are much appreciated! πŸ’

Photos from Rundle College's post 03/10/2022

Our grade 3 learners presented orals on an animal of their choice. The animals they chose were sloths, lions, flying squirrels, ostriches, quails and bees πŸ¦₯🦁🐿🐝☺️


The MFC's termly boerewors braai is in full swing ''Nou gaan ons braai''.
The fundraiser is for the next Matric Farewell. πŸ’ƒπŸ•Ί

Photos from Rundle College's post 29/09/2022

Our New 2023 Prefects; Faris, Joel, Leala, Stefan along with Mr Doll, Mrs Olivier and Dr Colesky taking a break and enjoying a coffee at during their first leadership training. β˜•οΈ

Photos from Rundle College's post 29/09/2022

Our Grade 4 students learning how to build electric circuits πŸ€“βš‘οΈ

Photos from Rundle College's post 27/09/2022

Alumni of Rundle College, Yemaya is pursuing her passion for the ocean and is currently completing her diving instructor course! All the best Yemaya! πŸ πŸ¬πŸ‹πŸŒŠ

Photos from Rundle College's post 20/09/2022

The Gr 3 class hosted their Entrepreneurship Day after Grandparents day last week! We loved seeing our Grade 3’s clever ideas, and much fun was had as the grannies, grandpas and children supported our little entrepreneurs.

Photos from Rundle College's post 16/09/2022

β€œGrandparents, like heroes, are as necessary to a child's growth as vitamins,” - Joyce Allston

Our Primary School hosted Grandparents Day and we cherished every moment of having grandparents at school with their grandchildren. They all enjoyed bonding over decorating a cupcake together and the children loved sharing the beautiful cards they made with their Grandparents. A special thank you to all who made the effort and attended this special day with us ❀️

Photos from Rundle College's post 13/09/2022

Our Rundle Primary School learners ventured out recently to the Garden Route Botanical Garden and the Garden Route Birds of Prey Rehab Centre. So much knowledge about the birds was gained and the experience of holding these beautiful creatures was phenomenal. The outing ended with a lovely lunch at The Marshmallow Cafe. Lots of fun was had by all.


Look who popped in to Rundle College last week! Kyle Conradie is currently doing his PGA degree through the Professional Golfers Association of South Africa - we’re so proud of him and were so happy to see his face again πŸ€—

Photos from Rundle College's post 09/09/2022

Hands-on learning at Rundle College πŸŽ“ Our students recently completed their CP2 Science Lung Heart dissection practical, where they inflated lung tissue and viewed the difference in densities between lung and liver tissue.


Well done to Ava Smith on her impressive achievements at the Garden Route Eisteddfod! πŸ†πŸŽ‰ We are super proud of you!


Happy Secretary's Day to the lovely Jeannette and Warredea! πŸŒ·πŸ’ Thank you so much for everything that you do for each and every one of us - we don't know what we'd do without you!

Photos from Rundle College's post 02/09/2022

Spring Day celebrations! πŸŒΌπŸŒΏβ˜€οΈ Yesterday we had a Carnival Day with lots of fun and games in the sunshine to celebrate Spring Day. A scavenger hunt started the festivities, jumping castle fun, egg and spoon races and lastly water balloon fights to cool off from the hot weather. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves!

Photos from Rundle College's post 01/09/2022

Our Grade 3 learners recently went on a nature walk and had to collect items from nature to make something with, e.g. a picture frame πŸŒΏπŸ„πŸŒ³ The creativity from these students is amazing, their creations are beautiful. Well done Grade 3's!


Getting Ready for Spring Day 🌼

The primary school is getting ready for Spring Day festivities 🌼 🌸 Lots of fun in store for tomorrow... πŸŽͺ πŸŽ‰πŸŽˆ


Round Two! Rundle College is excited to have once again taken part in the 2022 South African Mathematics Olympiad, with twelve students making it through to the second round. We are so proud of them all! πŸ…πŸ†

Pictured with their certificates are the ten students able to attend round two. Left to right: Mr Doll, Shaun Beautement, Holly Hedges, Jack van Dam, Brinley Harris, Amy Loubser, Eonyak Kwak, Michael Dickinson, Anton-Ben Biehler, Clara Beautement, Haeun Kwak, and Dr Colesky. Two of these students, Matthew van Dam and Conner Belter, succeeded in obtaining entry to the second round, but unfortunately were not able to partake due to a different exam and a prior engagement. (πŸ“Έ: Megan Bester, Aug 29th)


Grade 6 learner, Kylie Bester, took part in the Garden Route Eisteddfod with her ballet group and they achieved A++ (90%)! πŸ… The category they took part in was Ballet Classical Group Novice 15 and Under. Congratulations Kylie, we are very proud of you!

Photos from Rundle College's post 29/08/2022

Some stories from our Grade 2 class βœοΈπŸ“– Our talented little authors had to write their own story where there was a problem and they had to find a solution with a happy ending.


Grade 6 learner, Annabelle Kruger, participated in the Western Cape Gymnastics Championship and achieved a gold medal for trampoline as well as double mini! πŸ₯‡ She will soon be participating in SA Nationals, and we're so proud of her fantastic achievement! Well done, Annabelle, and good luck for Nationals 🀞🏻


We're going on a trip in our favourite rocket ship! πŸŽΆπŸš€ Our recent Gr 1 and Gr 2 Foundation Phase art puzzle πŸŽ¨πŸ–Œ


Grade 6 learner, Ellen Ntuli, achieved A++ (90%) for her commercial hip hop straight solo dance and A+++ (95%) for a commercial hip hop straight group dance in the George Eisteddfod πŸ†πŸŽΆ Congratulations Ellen, we are very proud of you!


Look who popped in to visit. Liam van Rensburg came down to George from Pretoria to visit old friends and Rundle College. Liam is studying a degree of LLB at the University of Pretoria and is enjoying it very much.



The School Lunchbox

Covid-19 restrictions were lifted. Hurrah! At the Primary School we threw open the doors at break time and let the students eat their lunches outside at the picnic tables. It was lovely. However, the lure of β€˜the beautiful game’ proved too great for some.

Learners were rushing their food, putting food in the bin and a few stopped bringing their boxes completely, so keen were they to put foot to ball. So, it was back to the classroom, with 10-15 minutes dedicated to eating this all-important meal.

This caused me to reflect on the importance of the lunchbox and its content. The day starts very early in South Africa, and for some of us who may have missed breakfast (loadshedding, sick pets or the dreaded missing homework diary), it could be the first meal of the day, so it needs to be tasty and nutritious.

What is a good lunchbox?

A good lunchbox contains food that is going to help us stay active, alert and focused during lessons and play. It needs to fill us up and be varied enough to keep us interested.

Experts recommend a balance of the different food groups. They suggest that half your lunchbox should contain colourful fruit and vegetables (vitamins and minerals for increased brain function), one-quarter whole grains (energy, fibre and they fill you up) and the remaining quarter healthy proteins and a dairy (healthy growth and concentration ) [1]. Whilst this is an idealistic approach, it does provide a good guide to remind us to include a bit of everything in our lunchboxes. What about salty and sugary snacks?

There is nothing wrong with having a treat. On the other hand, having removed several learners from the ceiling, after they over-indulged on sugary sweets and salty snacks, we have limited Tuck Shop to two afternoons a week and encourage moderation. Baker’s Man is a Friday treat, that we all look forward to.

Scientist do not recommend that you add salty snacks such as chips and pies to your lunchbox because they have a high salt and fat content. Salt causes you to become thirsty, can raise blood pressure and can lead to health complications later in life [2]. Rather save these as a weekly treat.

Experts advise against sugary snacks such as iced cakes, biscuits, fizzy drinks and sweets in the lunch box as they lead to a sugar high, followed by a dip when the brain then becomes lethargic and lacks concentration. The sugar remains on the teeth all day which can cause tooth decay. So what does this all mean?

At the end of the day, we all want the best for our children. We all want them to be happy, healthy and do well at school. A healthy lunchbox, with the occasional treat, is a good starting place.

Here are some ideas from lunchboxes I have seen at school:
Β· Wholemeal tuna fish sandwiches, carrot and cucumber sticks, a yoghurt and a naartjie
Β· Bread roll, droewors, cherry tomatoes, roasted butternut cubes, dried fruit and nuts
Β· Macaroni pasta with pesto, grated cheese and cherry tomatoes, and a rusk
Β· Ham, lettuce and tomato sandwiches, carrot chunks, grapes, and a small muffin
Β· Crackers, cheese, biltong, apple slices, and strawberries
Β· Peanut butter and apricot jam sandwich, a banana, and dried fruit
Β· Egg mayo roll, cherry tomatoes, apple and orange slices, and a yoghurt

I hope this provides some β€˜food for thought’ as, at the end of the day, β€˜we are what we eat’.
Ms Gayle Hedges
Rundle Preparatory

References and useful links:

Photos from Rundle College's post 19/08/2022

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Photos from Rundle College's post 18/08/2022

Circuit, cell, bulb, switch... The Grade 2 students learnt more about the basic concepts of electricity, what electricity is and how energy is used to power electrical items in and around the home, school and office buildings. The students made their own working models of simple electric circuits in the classroom and discussed electrical safety with Rundle preparatory teacher Ms La Grange.



Hands-on learning with tangrams and counters.



Look who popped in! Yemaya Morley, one of our 2019 students, is currently back home from Thailand. She returns there again in a couple of weeks to do a Thai language course and to continue her adventures. Here she is pictured with teacher, Ms Tana Scott.


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