Goldstones Club kicks off the year…

As the official supporters’ club of College, the Goldstones Club aims to promote, foster and maintain camaraderie and close relations between all role players of College, while promoting and providing a strong network platform for all. The Club kicked of the year with two excellent events…



Goldstones Ladies Tea

The first of these was when the Club reached out to all the “mums’ of College, inviting them to a welcome tea. Saturday 12 March was a beautiful sunny morning, and while boys were attending their winter sports trials, a number of our College mum’s enjoyed a casual morning tea. There was  chilled champagne and orange juice on offer for the more adventurous and tables of the most delicious treats supplied by Granny Macs.


The Kent Pavilion was abuzz with chatter and laughter with months of catching up to do. The enjoyment was palpable, reminding us that human connection is vital and should never be underestimated.  
Many thanks to all those special ladies that attended, you are such an important part of this school community. 
Our College Helpers group is growing, many thanks to those that have put up their hands to help. Please contact Tam Quin on 082 378 2723 if you are not on the WhatsApp group and would like to get involved.


Goldstones Club hosts a Parents Evening and the inaugural 99 Campaign Draw

The last Thursday evening of term saw a gathering of over 130 parents and staff at the Kent Pavilion for the first social evening of the year. The opportunity for those parents who attended to take their boys home afterwards for a slightly early start to the holiday may have provided some incentive – but it was also clear that parents welcomed the chance to gather and enjoy a long-overdue relaxed social evening on campus.

Along with plenty of chatter, laughter, and good food and drink, highlights of the evening included lucky draws for various prizes thanks to our generous donors; Craig and Shanon MacKenzie (Gwahumbe Spa Day x 2) and Devan Galtry (tea hamper and Spar voucher).

The evening was also the inaugural termly lucky draw for the 99 Club. Our 99 Campaign is an initiative through which members of the College community make small regular monthly donations to the school which are put towards  projects, to enhance  and add immediate value to the boys and the school. Recipients of the prizes from the first draw included 1st place (R3000) – Kevin Smith, 2nd place (R1000) – Arno Goebel and 3rd place (R500) – Craig Cook.

Goldstones Club Chairman, Richard Quin together with College’s Board Chairman, Craig MacKenzie and the Director of College Business, Kevin Smith (winner of the first prize in the 99 Club draw)


To find out more and join the 99 Club Campaign please contact Chantal van der Merwe (

To get more information on the Goldstones Club please contact Sue Calmeyer (