Two learners off to England in 2019
Two learners from Graaff-reinet will soon get to spend a term in England as part of an annual student exchange programme.
The programme – between Union High School and the Salisbury Cathedral School - provides a unique opportunity for boys and girls from Grade 7 to take part in an exchange scheme, hosting a learner from Salisbury for the first term of 2019 and spending the second term attending school at Salisbury.
The Salisbury Cathedral School is a coeducational independent school located in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, which was founded in 1091 by Saint Osmund at Old Sarum.
Union’s connection with Salisbury Cathedral School remains strong and this year the learners selected as Union’s Salisbury Exchange learners for 2019 are Matthew Davenport and Caytah-leigh Koeberg.
The 2019 GAP student is Jason Beaumont.
Caytah-leigh Koeberg and Matthew Davenport.