Herzlia High School Student Body

Herzlia High School Student Body

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Tshisa Talent
Published by Stuart Palmer ·
🙂 Tshisa Talent Western Cape High Schools online Song and Dance Talent Search 🙂
--Over R20 000 worth of prizes--
Tshisa Talent is inviting the Western Cape High Schools to enter their online song and dance talent search competition.
Each high school will select one dance and/or one song performed by their learners (group or individual). A video of those performances will be sent to Tshisa Talent and uploaded onto their page https://www.facebook.com/TshisaTalent .
Judges will select their favourite 3 song and favourite 3 dance performances and those learners and the school will win cash value prizes and attend an online mentoring program.
The videos with the most likes will also share in the R22 500 prize money.
*Entries submission opens 23rd March 2021
*Competition voting opens on the 1st of April 2021
*Results will be announced on the 24th April 2021.
To enter please email [email protected] to receive the entry form and more details.
Or enter online- https://forms.gle/4j7ELnhuVrULrXcs6
This project is made possible by Western Cape Government Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport.
RULES:
i. This round is only open to high schools in the Western Cape.
ii. Only entries selected by the school will be permitted. No individual entries.
iii. Entries submission opens 23rd March 2021 and close 14th April 2021
iv. Competition voting opens on the 1st of April 2021 at 12pm.
v. Competition voting closes on 22nd April at 12pm.
vi. Results will be announced on the 24th April 2021.
vii. One dance entry and / or one song entry per high school.
viii. Songs and dances may be performed by individuals or groups. No limit to numbers of learners in each performance.
ix. Maximum 4 minutes per video. Longer videos will be disqualified.
x. Nudity and explicit content is not permitted.
xi. No copyright infringement permitted. Only use material (songs / music) you have permission to use.
xii. Judges will select a 1st, 2nd and 3rd placed performance for both song and dance based on creativity, efforts, and talent.
xiii. Judges’ decisions are final.
xiv. The video with the most likes, loves, wows and cares ON OUR
PAGE will win the Audience Choice prize.
xv. Audience votes from fake or purchased accounts are not permitted. Should this happen your entry will be disqualified. Please monitor your video careful.
xvi. Prizes: Judges’ Choice – Dance:
First Prize -R4500, 2nd prize – R3000 and 3rd Prize – R2000
Prizes: Judges’ Choice – Song:
First Prize -R4500, 2nd prize – R3000 and 3rd Prize – R2000
Prizes: Audience choice
First Prize -R2000, 2nd prize – R1000 and 3rd Prize – R500
xvii. The prize money will be shared 50 / 50 between the school and the learner (s) who appear in the performance.
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"For me it is always about the people... their input, their dedication and how they care for each other." – Ikamva Labantu founder Helen Lieberman

When Helen was invited to address Herzlia's Grade 10, 11 and 12 pupils as part of their Women's Month assembly series, she turned the spotlight on three incredible women who helped set up Ikamva Labantu - and a young man who put himself in danger to save Helen's life.

This video is a recording of Helen's address, and her stories about Mildred, Dado, Zora and Sipho. It is powerful, moving and inspiring.

Helen talks about the abandoned baby she found in a field, who Dado went on to raise, and who is now a doctor; how Mildred and Zora refused to let frequent arrests extinguish their desire to risk it all to see positive change in their communities; and how Sipho felt the need to protect Helen because one of Ikamva Labantu's food kitchens gave him meals when there was no food on the table at home.

Thank you to Herzlia High School Student Body and Mensch for the opportunity to share these stories and highlight how we all have the power to inspire change.

Hi, I have opened a YouTube channel for Mathematics grade 12. Please follow the link to check it out.
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A page displaying the initiatives, current events and the daily lives of pupils at Herzlia High School.

-Run by the Student Leadership Council (SLC)-

A page displaying the initiatives, current events and the daily lives of pupils at Herzlia High School.

-Run by the Student Leadership Council (SLC)-
-Designed by Ben Levin-

HeForShe Herzlia: Let's build our collective voice! 09/05/2019

HeForShe Herzlia: Let's build our collective voice!

*New Post Alert*

Co-Heads of HeForShe Herzlia, Josh Maughan and Kayla Botha, explain the purpose, goals and reaction to our brand new committee! Give the new post a look- it’s worth your time!

HeForShe Herzlia: Let's build our collective voice! Society as we know is constantly changing and the world around us is no longer what it once was as women worldwide have proven that they do not merely ‘belong i

02/05/2019

The only way to fully honour and respect the memory of Holocaust victims is through acting as a unified community with pride in our Judaism and remembering our heritage.

We are taught to remember the Holocaust, remember the six million Jews who perished. The world must remember in order to learn from this genocide and make sure it never happens again to anyone, we remember to honour and to add meaning to their inhumane deaths.

Remembering those murdered for their beliefs is not only about honouring them and their families, but also to fight those who deny such atrocities ever happened.

We must remember that the Holocaust is more than a lesson from the past. The human cost of the loss of six million lives is emotionally incomprehensible; consider what could have been achieved by those who died, what could have been discovered, written, invented and prevented. There is a long list of Holocaust survivors who have positively contributed to society but they represent a tiny portion of the talent and promise of the generations of European Jews lost to us.
Many did their best to adapt to their surroundings by building new, ordinary lives for themselves. Nevertheless, the bereavement caused by the horrors of broken families and friends was a disaster of huge proportions which caused unimaginable grief and suffering which is still prevalent today.

We must remember because murder is the greatest crime that can be committed. The Holocaust was not the murder of six million people, but six million individual murders. Remembering the Holocaust is an important act in itself, and honouring its victims, both Jews and other victims, particularly those with no family left to remember them. This is a further reason why the remembrance of the holocaust is so important.
What we have to keep in mind when commemorating the Holocaust is that memory must function as a positive force. It should not be used to inflict guilt and vengeance and certainly should not be the defining element of Jewish life. We need to raise the future of the Jewish people to be proud and confident of who they are.

With increasing numbers of anti-Semitism and anti-Semitic acts occurring more often as time goes by, there is no better time than now to act and remember what happened.

We remember the holocaust!

And will never forget.

- Rozanne Sherman Rozanne Sherman

19/04/2019

Wishing everyone a great Pesach and a restful break! See you soon⭐️

Love,
The Slc xx

👫Meet the Team!👫. Josh Maughan and Kayla Botha are the Co-Heads of HeForShe Herzlia. Both Josh and Kayla run portfolios, on our SLC, that deal with social change within our school and in the wider community. They are both committed to making a positive impact within Herzlia and are incredibly passionate about fighting for Gender Equality within our school. They will continue to head the portfolio for the rest of their time on the SLC but in August, a new exec will be revealed- keep your eyes peeled! ❤️ 17/04/2019

👫Meet the Team!👫. Josh Maughan and Kayla Botha are the Co-Heads of HeForShe Herzlia. Both Josh and Kayla run portfolios, on our SLC, that deal with social change within our school and in the wider community. They are both committed to making a positive impact within Herzlia and are incredibly passionate about fighting for Gender Equality within our school. They will continue to head the portfolio for the rest of their time on the SLC but in August, a new exec will be revealed- keep your eyes peeled! ❤️

⭐️⭐️HeForShe Herzlia⭐️⭐️

👫Meet the Team!👫

Josh Maughan and Kayla Botha are the Co-Heads of HeForShe Herzlia. Both Josh and Kayla run portfolios, on our SLC, that deal with social change within our school and in the wider community. They are both committed to making a positive impact within Herzlia and are incredibly passionate about fighting for Gender Equality within our school. They will continue to head the portfolio for the rest of their time on the SLC but in August, a new exec will be revealed- keep your eyes peeled! ❤️

👫Meet the Team!👫. Josh Maughan and Kayla Botha are the Co-Heads of HeForShe Herzlia. Both Josh and Kayla run portfolios, on our SLC, that deal with social change within our school and in the wider community. They are both committed to making a positive impact within Herzlia and are incredibly passionate about fighting for Gender Equality within our school. They will continue to head the portfolio for the rest of their time on the SLC but in August, a new exec will be revealed- keep your eyes peeled! ❤️

09/04/2019

Breaking down Gender Stereotypes is the first step towards Gender Equality. It is vital to realize that no hobby, colour, job, emotion or way of behaving/looking is only suited to a female or only suited to a male. We should all have complete freedom of choice and expression. One of HeForShe Herzlia’s goals is to break down Gender normative stereotypes within our school as these are the first step towards a hostile and sexist environment. Saying “You run like a girl”, “man up” or “She’s too muscular for a woman” severely promotes negative gender stereotypes that are incredibly damaging. We need to make a conscious effort to stop this promotion. From today, we ask that you all take this into consideration and join us, in this little action, on our journey to Gender Equality. 👫⭐️✨

- HeForShe Committee

08/04/2019

We are so proud to launch an exciting new committee at Herzlia High School: HeForShe!
The HeForShe Committee is a new committee under the Student Affairs and Social Affairs Portfolios. It is registered with the United Nations and aims to fight for Gender Equality within our school and wider community. It aims to invite men to the conversation around Gender Equality and encourages men to support women in their struggle. Both men and women are encouraged to join and form a collective voice.

We really encourage all the men in our school to join this committee as we cannot effect change without everyone's voice. It is our duty, as men, to stand up for women.
It is important to note that this committee will, by no means, revolve around men and the needs of men in terms of gender equality - This committee is in the interests of women and women's struggle with Gender equality! It is forming a collective voice, striving for equality.

We are so excited for the future of the committee and cannot wait to see it prosper within our school environment!

*Please follow us on Instagram *

*If you would like anymore information, or would like to join, please contact Josh Maughan or Kayla Botha*

[email protected]
[email protected]

We look forward to the discussions and debates that lie ahead...

Photos from Herzlia High School Student Body's post 05/04/2019

Today, the Matrics were joined by the Grade 1’s, from Highlands, Weizman and Constantia, for a day of pure fun! The Matrics organized slime making, baking, sport, dancing, bracelet making and science experiments for the Grade 1’s! The day was loved by both the ‘young’ and ‘old’ and great bonds were formed! A huge thank you to everyone involved- we couldn’t have asked for a better outcome!✨✨✨

- Josh Maughan, Head of Student Affairs (Photos by Cara Biederman)

What To Expect When You're Expecting... 03/04/2019

What To Expect When You're Expecting...

*New Post Alert*

Click on the link below to check out the new post on the Student Affairs Blog: What To Expect When You’re Expecting...

https://www.herzliastudentaffairsblog.com/home/what-to-expect-when-you-re-expecting

What To Expect When You're Expecting... Exam Edition! Tensions are high. Mental breakdowns and perspiration linger in the air as we welcome the new season among us. It’s festivities include a brand ne

15/03/2019

Some of the Matrics at the Youth Climate March at Parliament this afternoon!

Cape Town youth joins Global Strike for Climate 12/03/2019

Cape Town youth joins Global Strike for Climate

We're proud to announce that Herzlia has joined the hundreds of schools around the world that are participating in the global Climate Strike this Friday!

If you would be interested in coming please contact Avital Devir ([email protected] or 060 663 6595).

(Transport will be provided.)

http://thegreentimes.co.za/cape-town-youth-joins-global-strike-for-climate/?fbclid=IwAR0p_6aRIolvDd-MCCJmNKRgeOPcddtKo7syjNqcLp3KtUaMBsb4bFJkfSw

Cape Town youth joins Global Strike for Climate The youth of Cape Town, South Africa will stand beside Greta Thunberg and other comrades across Europe, Australia and North America in the Global Strike for Climate on Friday 15th March, 2019. In 1…

Photos from Herzlia High School Student Body's post 12/03/2019

Today, the Student Affairs Portfolio held a panel-based forum discussion around Mental Health and the issue of Mental Health within our school environment. The Panelists - Josh Maughan, Kayla Botha, Sharoni Novick, Ella Katz, Rose Zelezniak and Ben Zieff - spoke about issues such as the stigma surrounding Mental Health, how Social Media impacts on our Mental Health, the importance of empathy and the danger of labels. We hope the forum created a spark within the Student body and that a constructive and safe conversation has been started!

- Josh Maughan, Head of Student Affairs.

Home | Student Affairs Blog 08/03/2019

Home | Student Affairs Blog

Head over to the Herzlia Student Affairs Blog to see our new post! (or to read some old ones)..

https://www.herzliastudentaffairsblog.com/home/

Have a great Shabbos and a restful weekend!

- Student Affairs Portfolio 😀

Home | Student Affairs Blog The official Herzlia Student Affairs Blog is a platform run by the students, wherein students can express their ideas, suggestions, and passions. We hope the blog enlightens, teaches and inspires you!

Photos from Herzlia High School Student Body's post 27/02/2019

The MS and HS pupils had their first Interhouse Sports Day Ruach Planning Session this morning! Samson, Gideon and Maccabi are working their hardest to win the Ruach Cup this year and it is shaping up to be an amazing sports day for 2019!

- Josh Maughan (Head of Houses)

21/02/2019

....And the 2019 Annual One Act Play Festival is over! A huge congratulations to all the actors, writers, directors, backstage crews and the SALT team - you all crushed it! A massive thank you to the High School Drama,Music and Art Department staff, namely Mrs Meskin, none of this would be possible without you! Keep your eyes peeled for the Student Affairs Blog Review of the Plays! Once again, well done to everyone involved!

We are already excited to see next year's plays!

The winners of the individual awards were:

Best Play:
The Mile High Club, Written and Directed by Josh Maughan and Michaela Codron

Best Actor:
Josh Maughan (Dear Dad)

Best Actress:
Milla Grant (Waiting for the Bell) and Sarah Stein (The Piano Man)

Best Supporting Actor:
Jakob Kometz (Suburbia)

Best Supporting Actress:
Michaela Diamond (Who are we really?)

Best Cameo:
Lexi Sank (The Piano Man)

Best Director:
Josh Maughan and Michaela Codron (The Mile High Club)

Best Script:
Josh Maughan, Cara Biederman and Sharoni Novick (Dear Dad)

Best Set:
Josh Maughan, Michaela Codron, Jordan Katzeff and Lauren Peyron (The Mile High Club)

Best Ensemble:
The cast of Waiting For The Bell

Best Technical:
Suburbia

Love,
The SLC xx

Photos from Herzlia High School Student Body's post 13/12/2018

*Message From Interact*

Thanks to the generosity of the Grade 10s, 11s and teachers we managed to collect 37 Christmas Boxes with personalized items for each child at Nazareth House.

We even had many gifts left over meaning we were able to make even more children have an enjoyable Christmas.

Well Done Herzlia for going above and beyond!

Nazareth House (Cape Town)

- Loren Saacks, Deputy Head of Interact

Our Guide to a Safe, LEGAL and Fun December! 10/12/2018

Our Guide to a Safe, LEGAL and Fun December!

The final post for 2018 is up on the Student Affairs Blog! I hope you enjoy reading it and have a well deserved holiday! 🥳

- Josh Maughan, Head of Student Affairs on SLC

https://www.herzliastudentaffairsblog.com/home/our-guide-to-a-safe-legal-and-fun-december

Our Guide to a Safe, LEGAL and Fun December! With exams finally over - we are sure you are all excited for the huge party that is the December holidays. With ‘weekend one’ behind us, we hope you have all h

Photos from Herzlia High School Student Body's post 06/12/2018

Beit Midrash Morasha was more than just a place of prayer: for some it was a second home, the place of their Bris, Bar Mitzvah, naming, Bat Mitzvah, Weddings. It was the place where people came together to sing and dance, cry and laugh. It is a scintillating piece of South Africa's Jewish History. But I don't think that it's a coincidence that Arthur's Road Shul burned down during the Festival of Light, the Festival of Miracles.

Chanukah means rededication. After the Second Temple was desecrated, the Maccabees rededicated the Temple to Hashem using a tiny jug of oil they found and Hashem caused it to last for eight days until more oil could be made.

So too, Beit Midrash Morasha will be rededicated to Hashem. At a time when there was little hope, the oil lasted for eight days. Now, as the Cape Town community mourns the loss of the six Sifrei Torah, we will need to be strong and support each other, until we can rededicate Morasha to Hashem.

On behalf of the whole of the United Herzlia Schools, the Student Representative Council want to send strength, solidarity and love to the community of Beit Midrash Morasha. We are thinking about you and holding you in our prayers.

We will do everything in our power to assist you in these hard times ahead and help to rebuild Arthur's Road Shul to its former beauty.

The SLC
xx

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