Evening of Dance!

On the night of the 12th October 2017, the dance enthusiasts of Waterford showcased their talent in a night of spectacular diversity with Tango, Hip-Hop and contemporary dance. As soon as everyone settled down into their positions the lights were turned off symbolizing a start into the night. First on…

Waterford Students Visit Cornerstone

As part of community service, this week a group of Waterford students in IB1 visited Cornerstone, a small school for disabled children in Manzini. The students spent time interacting with the children at Cornerstone and gave them some stationery. It was fulfilling to see the happy faces of the…

Waterford AWARE Students at Work!

A group of Waterford students who are part of the Waterford AWARE Community Service project recently assisted in the running of a free sterilisation clinic for dogs and cats in the Ndlalambi area of Pigg’s Peak. After a very early start to the day, surgeries were soon underway with Waterford…

Donovan King Appointed Deputy Principal!

On Monday morning, 25th September 2017, Waterford Principal Mr. Stephen Lowry announced the appointment of Mr. Donovan King as the Deputy Principal (pastoral/administration) from the start of 2018. Mr. King will take over from Mrs. Kate Doyle who is leaving the school at the end of the year 2017. According…

Waterford Celebrates Peace Day

On Wednesday 20th September 2017, Waterford celebrated its annual Peace Day; just a day before International Day of Peace, which falls on the 21st of September. The school assembly consisted of a diverse array of performances from students. Poems, musical pieces, as well as speeches, were all aimed at promoting…

SUCCESSFUL GROUP 4 PROJECTS

On Monday and Tuesday, the 18th and 19th of September, IB1 students who take Science subjects started to work on their Group 4 Projects. The theme for this year Group 4 Project was “Waste”. There were 11 groups in total and they came up with brilliant ideas for their projects.…

Martin Kenyon Visits Waterford

In the past week Waterford Kamhlaba was visited by Martin Kenyon who served in the London School Trust for 50 years. During his stay on the Waterford campus, Mancoba Mabuza (Communications Officer) and Molly West (External Advisor) from the school’s Advancement Office (ADO) conducted an interview with Martin (see below).…

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