“Educating the whole child, includes the heightening of awareness of healthy eating habits leading to the manifestation of living in healthy bodies. We transformed our tuck-shop as one of our goals during 2012 to become a source of healthy eating options for the school child who spends more than 7 hours per day on our campus. The menu and quality of product was totally reviewed, now it includes wholesome meals that provide nutritional value maintaining the energy levels of our children. Food is prepared by grilling and steaming. Fried foods are kept at a minimum. Fizzy drinks are not sold at our tuck-shop. Stocks of sweets and chocolates are limited to a small variety sold in the bite size options. Guidelines used when reviewing the Menu was that provided by the heart foundation. At Sagewood School we realise the importance of educating the child holistically. Hence every facet of school life is carefully considered by the management team of Sagewood School. Decisions taken always centre and focus on the well-being of our children, staff and parents.” Sagewood Management Team
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Heritage: Liliesleaf Museum
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Friday, August 16, 2013
Hope Chetty (Grade 2 Red) is a member of the Johannesburg gymnastics club(JGC) and has competed in 2 competitions thus far for the season which allowed her to compete at the 3rd for her CGGA (Central Gauteng Gymnastics Association) Junior colours on 3 August 2013.
Competition 1 – 5 medals in total
TSG Competition – Levels 1 to 3 – 29 June - Pretoria
7/u: Hope Chetty 2nd overall (2 Gold, 2 Silver)
Competition 2 – 5 medals in total
Gymagic Competition – Levels 1 to 3 – 26 & 27 July - Kempton Park
7/u: Hope Chetty 3rd overall (2 bronze, 2 Silver)
The performance at the above events allowed Hope to compete at CENTRAL GAUTENG REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Competition 3 – 5 medals in total + CGGA pin
CGGA Competition – Levels 1 to 3 – 3rd August - Kempton Park
7/u: Hope Chetty 2nd overall (1 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze) + CGGA bronze pin=junior colours.
In order to achieve Junior CGGA colours gymnasts Levels 1 to 3 have to achieve an 8.5 average score per apparatus( 34.0 TOTAL). Hope achieved a score of 35.85 at the regional championships.
From this competition two teams were chosen to represent Central Gauteng at the Zone Championships (on 30/31 August at the Kempton Park Indoor Sport Centre). “Zone” includes Central Gauteng, Eastern Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Limpopo and Vaal.
She has earned 15 medals thus far including her junior colours and she will compete again tomorrow (16/8) with her final competition on 30/31 August.
We are proud of you, Hope!
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Research shows that children who attend a high quality preschool programme 3 years before Grade 1 are better prepared for school academically, socially and emotionally.
The approach to academics in the Pre-primary phase is an informal approach. Children develop and acquire the necessary skills, knowledge, attributes and values which will promote their formal learning in a play enriched, informal and challenging learning environment where each child develops at his or her pace. To acquire the necessary attitude, values, skills and knowledge which will enhance academic learning, learning must not be seen in isolation but, integration into the total curriculum and the development of the whole child.