Student Ambassadors

Lower Forms (Forms 1-3)

Luke Green-Thompson

Hello! My name is Luke Green-Thompson, I am 13 years old and I was born on 5th February 2002. I am from Johannesburg, South Africa. I moved to Swaziland in 2011. I am currently in Form 2 at Waterford. This school has taught me to appreciate the diversity in people. At Waterford you can be yourself and express your differences. For more info on the school please feel free to email me:

IGCSE (Forms 4-5)

Odinga De Vertuil

My name is Odinga De Vertuil. I live in Trinidad and Tobago and I came to Waterford three years ago. I am currently in Form 4. When I first arrived here, I found it difficult to adapt to the diversity of the people but as time passed, I adapted and grew to be an open person who understands the different backgrounds and mind-sets of the people around me. If you would like to know more about Waterford contact me via email:

IB (IB1-IB2)

Arudi Masinjila

Hello! My name is Arudi Masinjila. I’m an IB student from Kenya. The warm and open environment at WK contributed greatly to helping me settle in with ease. One of my favourite things about the school is the diversity of the student body, as I have gotten to hear many different views, ideas and opinions on different topics. I also enjoy the large presence of student-led activities that you can take part in. In addition, there is a strong sense of student initiative within the school community. Please feel free to contact me via email on if you have any questions about Waterford.

The student ambassadors. From left to right: Luke Green-Thompson, Odinga De Vertuil, Arudi Masinjila