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We thoroughly enjoyed having the moms visit us for a spoil day on Friday 31 May. It was great to provide an opportunity for our mothers to have a much needed breather, spend some t[...]
At the end of the second term we will sadly have to say farewell to two staff members who will be retiring: Shelagh Popplewell Shelagh Popplewell was appointed as the school’s Coun[...]
On 18 June our Junior phase learners, along with teacher Estelle’s Intermediate class, went on an outing to the Lion and Safari Park. Great thanks to the Lion and Safari Park for g[...]
Unity College’s annual sports day was held on 11 May. As usual, all the houses prepared well for this event and every single house displayed healthy school spirit. The day’s progra[...]
The Work Experience Programme at Unity College aims to equip our learners with skills to become productive, integrated members of society. By offering learners a preview of the wor[...]
Like walking and talking, vision is a learnt skill. Deficiencies in any of the complex processes involved in visual skills could be misdiagnosed as ADD/ADHD. Skills include eye mov[...]
Globally, over 350 million people are affected with rare diseases. In South Africa, it is estimated that 1 in 7 people are affected. Rare Diseases South Africa advocates and facili[...]
At Unity College we aim to provide an optimum learning environment for each learner in our care, by facilitating their education, helping them develop their potential to the full, [...]
This year’s Senior school camp ran from 23 to 26 April at Camp Konka in Brits. The annual school camp is aimed at engaging learners in adventure activities that they find both enjo[...]
Farewell to Robyn Robyn Gomes started working at Unity College in 2017 as the Occupational Therapist. In 2018 she was promoted to Head of the Therapy Department. During her tenure [...]