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Spring Soirée 2018

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The grade 8 art classes designed and created their own hats out of recyclable materials – making use of plastic, […]

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Scarves given out to 900 children at “Charity Begins with Me”

A group of 11 Jeppe Girls and 3 members of staff (Miss Wust, Miss Nagel and Mr Moja) joined volunteers […]

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Silver for u19 Chess Team at Gauteng Finals

Well done to the u/19 chess team for winning Silver medals at the Gauteng Finals yesterday. Outstanding achievement. Thank you […]

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Equestrian

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Jeppe has had a small team of accomplished equestrians representing the school since 2009. The girls ride from their own stables. They participate in the Equestrian Schools’  League and compete in various disciplines including Dressage, Show Jumping and Equitation.

Our Equestrian team, comprised four riders in 2016 and they walked away with Top Honours, winning the Category H Schools (2-5 riders) for the third year running.

At the Ekurheleni Equestrian Awards Evening on 7 September, Talia White received her “newcomer’s award”; Jessica McIntyre received her Ekurhuleni Colours for Equitation; Sophie-Leigh Claassen received Ekurhuleni Colours for performance, working riding and dressage as well as a ‘Dedicavit Equestri” trophy. Courtney Tully received her Ekurhuleni Colours for dressage, show jumping, equitation and working hunter. She also received the “top achiever for Jeppe” trophy, a “Dedicavit Equestri” trophy, a Victrix Ludorum medal and was in the Top Ten for the district.

The following girls were recognised for their contribution to the sport in 2017

Full Colours (New): Sophie-Leigh Claassen

Half Colours (New): Talia White

Merit Award: Jessica McIntyre

Courtney Tully on Alzu-She's a Lady and Sophie Claassen on Loadsakrona

Courtney Tully on Alzu-She’s a Lady and Sophie Claassen on Loadsakrona