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 have an awesome schooling career!

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On Thursday, the 16th of October, The School Governing Body and parents of Monument Primary School did their part for the community. They were involved in a pit stop for cyclists at the Berg & Bush 03 day stage Mountain Bike Race that started in the Oliviershoek pass area and concluded in the Winterton area. On the third and final day of the event over 600 tired participants cycled into the second and final water table known as “The Circus” which was the theme of the stop. All members at the water point were dressed accordingly and the music playing created an unbelievable vibe. When the cyclist entered the “tent” they were greeted by a huge cheer which brought on smiles after a gruelling 50km paddle. All cyclists were treated to cokes and a wide spread to eat, from steak to bananas and even pancakes. Sore muscles were taken care of, bicycle chains were oiled, and there was some time for a chat and rest, before off again for the last 10km to the finish. Monument Circus was voted the best water table during the event, winning an additional R2000, 00. Thanks to the Governing Body and all parents that helped, as well as all parents that donated a 2lt coke for the purpose.

 

 

  Sharks Conference 2015
  
  On the 16 of January 2015 Monument Primary school's rugby coaches attended
  the Sharks coaching conference Durban.
  
  This was a great opportunity to wacth  the sharks practice and prepare for
  the 2015 super rugby season.  This also gave the coaches an opportunity to
  sharpen their coaching skills. The practice session was followed by talks
  and discussions of new training programmes for skill development . The
  panel discussion was led by Brendon Venter , Ian Mac and Bismark Du
  Plessis. Overall it was great experience and a lot was learnt.

Sharks

4Monument embarked on an internal Head of Department Development Programme. This programme involves the training of Department Heads for the future. Post Level 1 teachers applied to be included in this programme. 4 staff members were elected and each one was trained for a term. They received responsibilities to perform but the main focus was on internal training. They now have a better understanding of how a school functions and have taken the first step from teaching to management. Feedback from Mrs. Marx, Mr. Aucamp,  Mr.Basson and Mr. Beukes was that they gained knowledge and experience and are now better equipped to be promoted in the future

 

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