Wanted: Images for new Maritime Economics video series

Mr Brian Ingpen is currently producing a series of Maritime Economics videos  which will be used to supplement the existing textbook content on www.maritimesa.org. The videos for Grade 12 have already been produced as a matter of urgency in order to support this years Grade 12s in preparing for their final exams.   The full set […]

Term 2 Newsletter – Special LOCKDOWN edition

The COVID-19 has provided our maritime students with many valuable lessons and we thank them for sharing their inspiring and honest reflections on the lockdown in a special Term 2 Lockdown Edition newsletter. Our sincere appreciation too to Michele Edgecombe of Indigo Design for designing this commemorative booklet/newsletter and for agreeing to do so on a part-pro bono […]

Learning Under Lockdown – Highly Commended

These 10 stories were among the judges favourites in our Learning Under Lockdown competition.  Here they are, in no particular order, each one as special as the other …. Zola Sampson, Grade 10 (Applying the lessons from my journey around Africa) Sibobo Nyathi, Grade 11 (Shifting the focus from academics to self) Undiphile Mpafa, Grade […]

Learning under Lockdown – The winning story – Joshua Mbana

Here, in full, is the winning ‘Lawhill- Learning Under Lockdown’ story submitted by Joshua Mbana, Grade 12.   Be careful what you wish for, Joshua. These words would constantly echo in my mind every time I felt an overwhelming sensation of frustration while at home during lockdown, and when I would struggle to grasp the various, […]

Lockdown Newsletter Competition – The Rationale, the Results

Schools across South Africa closed early in March 2020, following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and all Lawhill boarders returned home to their families across South Africa and Namibia.   In May 2020, we asked our maritime students to share their best and worst lockdown experiences, as well as the lessons they’d learnt during lockdown and what they were most grateful […]