Well done to alpha primary for leading the opening ceremony of day 2 of the mini Olympics. We appreciate your support and input.
Hockey Development with Primary Schools…by Mr Gary Dolley.
Grade 7 – Entrepreneurs day 2019
Alpha Primary achieved 1st position in March & Drill completion
Data projector sponsored by African Bank
Upgrading of School play park and premises
Life Skills Programme with United through Sport
Winners in Grow Smart Reading Competition.
March n Drill – preparing for Big event on Sat, 17 Aug 2019.
Cross Country learners received Medals.
Teachers receiving gifts
Alpha Primary School March and Drill team.
Bevan, who made the top 6 on Idols SA entertained the learners at Alpha Primary. Bevan who lives in Gelvandale encouraged learners to stay away from crime and drugs.
Leadership Camp was held at Sumcay Camp Centre, Despatch on the 7-8 February 2019.
We are promoting individual leaders. This wonderful group took a step in the right direction wanting to make a change.
Casne Fredericks received a medal for ballet.Kyle Prince, sponsored with spikes. He made the Zonal team that will take place Saturday, 9 February 2019
World Read Aloud day 2019
Zonal School Athletics: Boys 800m, Alpha claimed 1st and 2nd place
Our new appointee, Mr Luciano Kogana with principle and HOD , Miss P. La Reservee
Program presented by Department of Social Development
Miss Davids retired last year. An assembly were held and the March and drill learners accompanied her to the gate. A formal banquet were given by the staff and SGB. She taught for 15 years grade 2 at Alpha. She coached mini-cricket and the March and drill
Nasco Choir Festival
Alpha Learners participated in the NASCO choir Festival held at the St Thomas Auditorium on the 19 August 2018
Grade 7: Motivational Talk
Alpha Primary Resource Centre
The Grade 7’s received Bibles By youth pastor Heather Baartman. Bibles donated by Newton Park Methodist church members. Each Bible had a personal message written by the person who sponsored the Bible. Alpha Primary Thanks You…
The school raised funds by having a White T-Shirt Day to assist the Nkosinathi Foundation For The Blind