St Andrew’s School for Girls, Bedfordview, hosted the term 3 Senior School Sport and Cultural Awards assembly on 5 December 2018. Grade 8, 9 and 10 girls are eligible for certificates and achievement and junior colours, while grade 11 and 12 girls are eligible for merit, half colours and full colours awards. A grade 10 who surpasses the senior full colours criteria may be awarded full colours. Honours is awarded to girls who have been awarded South African colours and have competed at a national level, this is done at both a junior and senior level. All awards are nominated by the teachers-in-charge and are made in the best interest of our girls and at the discretion of the awards committee.

Photo left: For all athletics awards St Andrew’s School for Girls students are required to achieve the qualifying standard in each event on at least three occasions and to compete in interhigh. Places obtained in the season are considered as well as the team selection criteria. Half colours for athletics are awarded to Kristin Strijdom.

Photo on top: For all athletics awards St Andrew’s School for Girls students are required to achieve the qualifying standard in each event on at least three occasions and to compete in interhigh. Places obtained in the season are considered as well as the team selection criteria. Where a grade 10 girls achievements are at the level of an under 18 and meets the provincial or national level SA Schools table points, they may be awarded full colours. Full colours for athletics are awarded to Nicole Chetty and Amy Whyte.

Photo left: For all art awards St Andrew’s School for Girls students are required to be recognised in both internal and external competitions while accumulating the required number of points and top 3 places as per the policy. Half colours for art are awarded to Ashleigh Berry and Mufunwa Bvumbi.