LEARNER MAKES GOLDEN LIONS U/16 TEAM September 18, 2019 Siyabonga Mphuthi, a grade 11 learner at Edenglen High School, started developing a love for rugby after playing the sport in grade 8. Siyabonga’s primary school did not offer rugby as a sport but once he got to high school, he decided to sign up and play. At first, he did not take it very seriously and it was more for fun than anything else was. Throughout his first rugby season, Siyabonga fell in love with the game and wanted to continue playing the sport and take it more seriously.Siyabonga joined the Wasps rugby club and this allowed him to try out for the Golden Lions U/16 IPT team. Hard Work and dedication allowed him to make the team. Siyabonga said: ‘’He is grateful for being given the opportunity to be part of the team and he believes he is now able to showcase his talents at a provincial level.”’Siyabonga thanks the amazing coaches and team members at Edenglen High school for the motivation and support through the years. Representing the school is such an honour for him. Edenglen High Science Club Visits Clover August 5, 2019 Mr Vorster, a physical science teacher at Edenglen High is making science fun with a bi weekly science club that is held for Edenglen High School learners who want to learn more about science.On Thursday 1 August 2019, the Edenglen High Science club went on an excursion to Clover.The Science club, along with Mr Vorster, arrived at the Clover visitor’s center at 12:30. After a photograph of the group, the science club was ushered to the auditorium. They displayed three short movies about the job opportunities at Clover, how the Clover beverages are packaged and how the beverages are made. The tour ended with the students tasting a few of Clover’s beverages. Surprisingly the lactose free milk was very tasty. The students had a wonderful time and were reluctant to leave. Edenglen High gives back for Mandela Day August 5, 2019 On Wednesday 31 July 2019 Mr Pelser and Ms Vink took 22 willing Edenglen High School learners on an outreach to St. Laurence Haven in Roodepoort.The learners and teachers raised funds in order to buy cleaning supplies and toiletries, which were donated, to the Haven.Mr. Dempsey donated sport equipment, which we used on our fun day out.The boys played soccer and rugby, and the girls all sang songs, danced and braided each other’s hair. The learners were very eager to help and make it a memorable day with chips and a juice in hand.We are blessed to have the platform where we can reach out to our communities and the surrounding areas. Together with Eden Angels, the RCL committee and our amazing sponsors, we were in the privileged position to give to others and have fun while doing some charity work.