Nyatsela, the 21-day walk around eSwatini by Waterford’s form 3s, is coming to an end and our brave and impressive pioneers will be home on Thursday 8th August 2019!
Writing to parents and guardians of the form 3s, Waterford’s Deputy Principal (Academic) Joanne de Koning thanked those who walked, those who drove, those who packed food boxes, those who did food drops, those who wrote letters, those who sorted post, those who kept everyone “in the loop” and those who stayed interested and excited. “Of course, Nyatsela would not have been possible without the incredible commitment, belief and tireless work of Mrs Elinor Lowry. There are no words to thank her for the gift of Nyatsela that she has actualized – the students of Waterford, both present and future, owe her a great debt of gratitude. She has made “Kamhlaba” a reality for our Form 3s,” she said.
The students are expected to arrive on campus at 10:00 in the morning on Thursday 8th August. They will be received by parents and guardians who will meet them over food and drinks before proceeding to the second term closing assembly in the school’s amphitheater.