Why Jan Kriel?
  Admission
  Academic
  Sport
  Culture
  Achievers
 
  Psychologists
  Physiotherapists
  Occupational Therapists
  Language and Speech Therapists
  Nurses
  Centre for alternative assessment and learning support
  Social Workers
  EEG
  Hostels
  Aftercare
  Bus Services
 
  Diary
  News / Articles
  Parent Staff Association
  Assignments, Tests and Exam Timetable
  Photo Album
  Contact Us
  Governing and Management
 
 
                     
    Contact us   Hostel   Buses   Jan Kriel Institute   Diary
                     
Culture »
  »
Eisteddfod
Choir
SCA
Debate
Other
   
Eisteddfod

Die Eisteddfodbeoordeling vind in Augustus plaas.  Die leerders geniet dit baie en dit bevorder ’n goeie selfbeeld.  Die sukses wat die leerders hier ervaar word ook positief oorgedra na hulle akademiese vordering.

 

The judging takes place during August.  The learners find the experience enjoyable and it promotes positive self-esteem.  The success that learners experience here positively influences their academic progress.

 
JKS Choir

Me C Davis started the senior choir in 2003 with 12 learners.  Our first performance was at the Choir Festival, an annual event hosted by Jan Kriel School.  It was after this performance that Me Davis realized that there was great potential.  The choir has regular performances at the Tygerberg Eisteddfod, the choir festival, the prestige evening and the valedictory day services.

The choir has its share of challenges.  Time for constructive practice is limited to 45 minutes per week, and only small number of learners display talent and commitment.  There is a need for a fulltime accompanist as well.

It is heartwarming to see the learners enjoying the practices and notice the change in behavioural patterns.  They love to perform on stage in front of their friends.

 
SCA

The is currently about 60 learners involved with the SCA of which forty-five are active members.  A team of seven members of staff assist with the organisation and minister to the spiritual needs of learners within the SCA. 

We recently had our annual camp at Tulbagh Waterfall camping site.  It was a wonderful experience.  One of the youth workers from the community, together with six young people presented the programme.

The learners elect the smallgroup leaders themselves.  There are ten leaders this year who are responsible to influence and accompany their friends in their spiritual growth.  They meet weekly to compile the programme for each Wednesday.

We launched a competition to find a name for the group.  T.U.G. – The Ultimate Generation will be introduced next term with our own emblem, T-shirt and nameplate.

 
Debate

Quarterly debating competitions (junior and senior) take place to find an orator who will receive the debating cup at the Gala-evening.

 
Other

Every Wednesday the high school has a Cultural- or Life Skills-Programmeme where a wide variety of activities are presented.

Examples are speakers about life skills, a healthy lifestyle, talent contests, music Programmemes, vocalists, artists, realisation of their legacy, conservation of the environment, film studies, reading, quiz, general knowledge, visiting sport stars, instrumental musical performances.