Please find the Scripture for the week here.
Some points of particular interest in the expanded sections below include:
Shane Cuthbertson - a special last week with
the Matrics - Final Prizegiving, Matric Breakfast, Guard of Honour & Final
Assembly; and thanks the holiday touring teams and coaches for giving up
their free time to represent our school.
Dave Wiggett - wishes the Grade 12s a calm,
steady and focused final examination process; and congratulates the 2017
MLC Heads and Deputies on their appointments.
- Barbara Taljard -
wishes the SP 1st Team cricket well on their Underberg Cricket Tour; and
extends well wishes to the Matrics for their final examinations.
- Deni Hornsey -
shares how to build children up in readiness for all spheres of
Stock Shop - New
All pupils needing new uniforms for 2017, especially those going in to Grade 1 and Grade 8 please contact the Stock Shop as soon as possible to secure an appointment to kit out your child.
The diary is open and appointments will be available from 1st November. The Stock Shop will be closed from 10th December up until 12th January. The shop is open in January for top ups and last minute purchases only, and as this is a very busy time we ask that you do not leave full uniform purchases until January as we cannot guarantee stock availability.
Please call the Stock Shop on 031 764 8640 during Stock
Shop trading times or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will get back to you.
Have a great week,
Chairman: Parents' Council
The Thomas More Education Trust
The Thomas More Education Trust is an initiative of
Thomas More College and works in partnership with the College. The Trust is registered separately as a non-profit (NPO) and public benefit organisation (PBO) and runs independently of Thomas More College. The Thomas More Education Trust has already seen a number of pupils through Thomas More College and on to tertiary education, as well as a number of teacher interns and assistants.
The objectives of the trust are:
Funding of primary, secondary and/or tertiary education of previously disadvantaged South Africans;
Funding of South African teacher internships;
Creating a financial conduit through which current pupils of Thomas More College may demonstrate their social responsibility and participate in the general educational upliftment of previously disadvantaged South African communities;
Providing short-term financial assistance to deserving pupils of Thomas More College.
The Thomas More Education Trust offers donors an opportunity to become involved in the upliftment of previously disadvantaged individuals and communities. Donations primarily provide education to previously disadvantaged South African children, but also support Black teacher interns and, in certain selected cases, provide short term financial assistance to existing pupils. The trust is a well-managed, controlled and audited conduit for investment in the future of South Africa through the education of our children.
An investment, made by donors to the Trust, entitles businesses to:
Should you wish to support pupils or teacher interns in need, please contact Claudia Levarelli, the Thomas More Education Trust secretary, on (031) 764 8646 or
email@example.com who will furnish you with all necessary info.