Monitors Camp at Hella Hella, 9-11 Sept 2016
Some feedback from the camp:
Laaiqah Ebrahim "...The Hella Hella monitors camp is something i will never forget. We learnt so many useful leadership skills that will benefit us in our duties as well as our daily lives. Our minds and eyes were opened up to what it takes to be a leader, but also an efficient follower..."
Sbongokuhle Fana Maphumulo "...The monitor camp was the best torture ever! :-) It helped every monitor understand that they can make a positive change in the school and become a leader even if they are not chosen as prefects. It also showed us the importance of listening to one another."
Carter hosts Top Management of Department of Education
It was an honour for Carter High School to host Top Management of Department of Education who met with District Management Teams and School Principals on 7 September 2016.
Four learners from Carter presented gifts to:
1.DIRECTOR GENERAL Department of Basic Education Mr H Mweli
2.DEPUTY DIRECTOR GENERAL Department of Basic Education Mrs P Tyobeka
3.ACTING HOD KZN Department of Education Advocate B Masuku
Carter old boy Eales ready to shoot at 2016 Rio Paralympics
Jason Eales, an old boy of Carter High School, has beaten all the odds with his "what can I do next?" attitude.
A bike accident on Old Howick Road while on a training ride before school in 1994, when he was in Grade 10, left Eales a paraplegic. Van Heerden recalls Eales' quivering handwriting as almost illegible after the accident, yet today he has the precision and steadiness required for shooting.
"The support I received from friends and the staff at Carter High School after my accident was overwhelming", he said. He believes his stubborn, competitive nature and "what can I do next?" attitude keeps him striving to achieve his goals.
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4 learners from our school (Adam Butler, Thalitha Gaya, Caitlyn Caswelland Kiara Singh ) attended the "Conversation for Change - ASIKULUME - LET US TALK" workshop at the Woodlands Community Hall on 29 July 2016, facilitated by The WoW Factor Institute.
Learners from various schools had the platform to discuss important social and economic topics that affect youth and society, i.e. drug abuse, gender stereotyping, unemployment/poverty, education and skills, to name a few.
The highlight of the conversations of the day would result in a petition and strategy document handed over to the mayor of Msunduzi Municipality - Mayor Chris Ndlela.
This was a fantastic experience for our learners and our 2 student teachers (Megan Gouws and Yamuna Singh)
Carter High School learners & teachers with Tessa Green (The WoW Factor Institute) and Msunduzi Municipality Mayor Chris Ndlela