Prefects and Monitors 2019

13 April 2019
prefects and monitors 2019

Head of Department for the Senior phase Mr Mlotshwa and Grade 7 English teacher Miss da Costa followed strict criteria when electing prefects.

“We are looking for children with leadership skills, who can shoulder responsibilities and are still able to perform academically,” Miss da Costa said.

She added that the prefects would play an important role at the school and they have also been prepared to carry out their duties and instructions. The duties the new prefects are expected to carry out are watching over the playground during break time, helping out at the school’s functions and helping teachers supervise classes. They will report to the teachers about matters concerning bad behaviour. They will be the eyes and ears of the school helping out where necessary. Miss da Costa has drawn up a duty list for the prefects and will mentor them on their leadership journey. Mr Mlotshwa pointed out that he was aware that the new prefects were open to peer pressure from their classmates, but added that they must stand up against peer pressure. He added that most of the school’s prefects went on to become prefects in their respective high schools. Monitor’s will be observed over the next term and could be appointed as prefects if they fulfil their duties diligently and responsibly and comply with the School Code of Conduct. It is important they wear the full school uniform and have the correct school bag.


  • Siphe Nokwe
  • Thandolwethu Nondala
  • Natasha Ramohapi
  • Angela Odei
  • Zibusiso Moyo
  • Tafara Sibanda
  • Alicia Agborh
  • Tshegofatso Mathebula
  • Kelly Pride Nche


  • Siyamthanda Buthelezi
  • Onthatile Mashamaite
  • Uthando Malefane
  • Ayanda Gulu
  • Lethabo Hlongwane
  • Blessing Bwanali
  • Nombulelo Tshwale
  • Katlego Buthelezi
  • Kayleigh Fredericks
  • Ntando Mnisi
  • Likhona Mfamana