Some students recently hired a car and drove to the wilderness area of the Cederberg – about two hours north of Cape Town. Here you can see fabulous Bushman/San rock paintings, wild flowers in August and September and fabulous wild scenery. The area is well known for its wild flower displays which are quite breathtaking and bring visitors to the area from all over the world. See for yourself what the area has to offer!!!!
The Cafe on the ground floor of the school has recently undergone some huge refurbishment work and on 7th August there was a grand opening with wine and food to celebrate. Students and staff were invited to toast the new cafe called SIMPLY GOOD FOOD Have a look
We have now added another 12 computers to the number for students’ use in EC Cape Town. These are located in the new SAC area on the first floor right next door to the library. You should try them out for yourselves.
A group of EC Cape Town students recently went on a 4 day safari up the world famous Garden Route. Apart from spectacular scenery they were able to see and do things that most people only dream of!!! They first went to Outdshoorn which is the centre of the world’s ostrich industry. Some even tried Ostrich riding and some went to the nearby Cango caves. From there they went on a safari and saw some of Africs’s famous animals including lions. They also visited Knysna elephant park – home to orphaned and abandoned elephants. Canoeing was also included on their trip and the highlight of the trip was a bungey from the Blaukrans bridge – the highest bungey in the world at 216 metres. Throwing yourself off a bridge into a huge abyss is not for the faint hearted. Some loved it and some?????? Well at least it is something you can tick off on ‘your life’s to do list’!!!!!!azzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz