Newsletter 19                                                               15 June 2023



Let the little children come to Me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these.
Mark 10:14

Youth Day once again reminds us to create an environment where our youth can thrive and reach their full potential. We wish our learners a blessed Youth Day.

Our learners learn valuable life lessons from their fathers. Their dads are their pillars of support, who lead by their example. Their unconditional love and unwavering support give our learners the courage to strive towards their dreams and believe in themselves. We wish all our fathers a happy and prosperous Father’s Day.



Click on the link below for important dates.

Important Dates


A father remains someone you look up to! He deserves to be spoiled – let’s use Father’s Day to show him that he’s the best Dad ever! Get great gifts from any of the MySchool partners to help make his day special – remember to swipe your MySchool card.



We thank all our parents who completed the Parent Survey. This survey forms part of a self-evaluation process that we are currently undertaking, and which will be formalised with visits from OISESA (Office of Independent Schools Evaluations Southern Africa) in the middle of August. We will gladly provide feedback once the process has been completed. We are continually striving for excellence in everything that we do, and we sincerely appreciate your feedback.



We are ending the term on a high with various activities planned. The learners will run/walk along a route of 800 m (Grade 1 – 3) or 1.6 km (Grade 4 – 7). There will also be other fun activities that the Grade 4 – 7 learners will participate in, for example, three-legged races, sack races, tug-of-war, etc. The grade 1 – 3 learners will participate in art activities in the classrooms for the rest of the day.

Dress code: L.O. clothing / School tracksuit
Remember to apply sunscreen and wear a hat.



A holiday club will be held on Monday, 26 June, Tuesday, 27 June, Wednesday, 28 June, Thursday, 29 June from 7:30 – 17:00 and Friday, 30 June from 7:30 – 13:00. All Midstream College Primary learners are welcome to attend. If you are interested, please complete the Google form below on or before 18 June.



International Mandela Day on 18 July celebrates the idea that every individual has the power to change the world and the ability to make an impact. So, in honour of his 67 years of public service, the Nelson Mandela Foundation and the UN are asking that you spend 67 minutes of your time helping others.

Come and spend your 67 minutes with us packing food packages for less fortunate people! Everything is provided; you just have to give your time and willingness!

What: KSM Food packing opportunity at our school!
• All Grade 5 to Grade 7 learners.
• Younger learners are also welcome if a parent accompanies them.
• All teachers and parents who want to help.

When: 20 July from 14:00 – 17:00
Where: Block 1

Dress warmly, bring your willing hands, and give your time to help families in need this winter. Please complete the following Google Form if you’ll be coming along.

Google Form


Visit us at school or online for healthy lunches and lunchbox options, as well as many more tasty snacks. We can also cater for all your birthday party needs!

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Midstream College Primary School - 1 Ashford Street, Midstream Estates, 1692

Tel: 012 661 0590