The 2017 UWC Day was an amazing event, accessorized by color, traditional attire, dances, poetry, drama and delicious food.
The WK annual music concert was an amazing event, with parents, students and alumni filling up the assembly hall in the evening of Friday, 7 April 2017. Great
Introduction of the Asibambane Alumni Association and a Swazi-based stokvel. A discussion and networking space for our Swazi-based alumni.
Thanking Make Estelle Dlamini for her 36 years of teaching at WK. Thank you to Mona Hakimi and Shepherd Magwegwe as well, who leave us this year too.
Girl Rising Week 2016 - what does it mean to be a woman? How can live up to our true potential? What are our roles in supporting women's empowerement?
This years Evening of Dance was a breathtaking medley of influences; from modern dance, to salsa, to hip hop, to pansula, to ethiopian dance the list goes on!
Our IB1s organized a themed dinner in honour of the IB2s who will be embarking on their final exams in just two weeks time. The night was themed: Musicals.
On a typically misty weekend up on the hill, our brave rugby team faced some stiff competition in the form of Sisekelo High School.
Peace Day was celebrated in true Waterford Kamhlaba style; with passionate speeches, the creation of a peace garden, and the coming together of our community.
Our annual Visual Arts Exhibition was a wonderful success, with our talented artists displaying their beautiful works. Judith Mason opened the exhibition.
Theme: Grassroots. In Term 2 we held our annual student-led TEDx UWCSA event.
Term 2: our final assembly was afire with music, poetry and dance! We also said farewell to Ms. Pernille Hansen & Mr. Simon Miller.
Asia Week was full of activities: meditation sessions, dance workshops, a cricket tournament and various other workshops. Thank you to all who were involved!
Basketball, debating and chess teams travelled to St. Peter's college for their annual sports and culture festival in September alongside 45 other schools.
Our IB1s completed their Group 4 Projects which aim to connect Biology, Chemistry and Physics. The theme this year was: Energy
Our Senior and Intermediate volleyball teams travelled to Johannesburg in September for an international tournament hosted by the American International School
Our annual Alumni University Panel had 14 WK alums coming back to share their University experiences with the current IB students.
Our Senior volleyball teams travelled to Mafikeng to compete in an international tournament at the International School of South Africa (ISSA).
This year the Form 1’s worked on our vegetable garden on campus and were thrilled with their harvest.
Theme: Africa 360, A Panoramic Perspective of The Continent. A variety of platforms were used to showcase Africa at all angles.
Exeter (UK) visited WK and played our students in both rugby and netball, as well as engaging in a number of community service activities.
This Community Service sees our students travelling to various pre-schools teaching them art as a way of understanding their environment.
Glam Trash Fashion Bash offers a platform where fashion design and the conservation of the environment merge through the use of recycled materials.
Our annual Swaziland Careers Fair was held at the Royal Swazi Sun Convention Centre with 1500 students from around Swaziland, and over 70 organizations present.
Our annual Waterford Kamhlaba Fete was themed Carnival Extravaganza. The money raised goes towards our Community Service projects.
In Term 2, our IB1 Geography students travelled to the beaches of Durban, South Africa, to complete the practical side of their Geo course.
Celebrating World Environment Day: spoken word by Paluku and Maya, a speech by UNDP’s Ms. Sithembiso Gina, and discussions around pollution and waste.
During Term 2, our students challenged our staff to a friendly soccer match. Much fun was had by all!
After a successful year, we’d like to thank the Student Representative Council for all their dedication to having the student voice heard on campus.
A night of improvisation and laughter with the wonderful Pippa Davies chairing the evening. Congratulations to Stern, the winners of the evening.
We welcomed St. Joseph's Mission to WK for a day of fun in the sun.
The International Education Link event was held at WK at the beginning of March representing European and Asian University options.
Every year our Form 5 year group puts on a variety show to entertain their peers with dance performances, singing, rapping and spoken word, to name but a few!
A number of students from the college came together on a cool weekend in Term 1 to go paint a school in Hlatikulu, Swaziland.
Today we highlight one of our enthusiastic hip-hop dance groups: Elypsis. This student-led group rehearses weekly and stuns us with their moves.
The sun was out and the energy was high. Badminton players from far and wide came together for a day of competition. What a day.
Every year our athletes compete in tournaments both in Swaziland, as well as in South Africa, Mozambique and Botswana. This tournament was in Johannesburg.
The students showed their creative strengths helping to paint Sekhula school, leaving it rejuvenated and ready for a group of eager learners to enter!
This year's WK swimming gala winners were....(drumroll please)....HENDERSON HOUSE!!
The inter-house athletics day was filled with high spirits as our houses competed both for the cup and for the spirit. Congratulations to Guedes, the winners!
The South East Asian community at WK hosted the Hindu festival of colour called Holi, celebrating human equality.
The incredible Joan Minor - Jazz Vocalist came to campus for a small workshop and performance. It was an afternoon of warmth, high energy and smiling faces!
WK engaged in a choral exchange with the African Leadership Academy where musical experimentation and enjoyment was had by all.
The IB 2 History class went on an educational tour to South Africa, where they visited some key historical landmarks from the apartheid era.
Term 2 saw our athletes from soccer, netball, volleyball, hockey, rugby, basketball, tennis and chess travelling to Maruapula in Gaborone, Botswana.
A carnival of colour and music descended on top of the hill for our annual celebration of the diversity in our student body.
One of our climbing and hiking trips goes to Waterval Boven in South Africa, and is always highly enjoyed by those participating.
From Classroom Block alterations, to the creation of an academic square and an energy hub - above we share with you some of the progress happening on campus.