Upcoming Events

24 Hour Run

Date & Venue: Friday, 8 Jul, 2022, Waterford Campus

The 24 Hour Run brings together everyone, including students, alumni, staff and parents. Participants join a team and they complete laps around the school field within a space of 24 hours, and each lap is sponsored. They then collect money from sponsors who agreed to sponsor their participation or each lap they completed. The money raised from the event is used to fund the school’s various community service projects. This year's event will take place on 8-9 July. For more information, contact Fanele: fanele.chester@waterford.sz

Dick & Enid Eyeington 7-a-side Soccer Tournament

Date & Venue: Friday, 22 Jul, 2022, Waterford Campus

This annual soccer tournament is in honour of the late Dick and Enid Eyeington. Dick is a former head teacher at Waterford Kamhlaba and had a passion for soccer; he is a former player and coach and played a pivotal role in the development of soccer in Eswatini as part of the Football Association. Enid got involved in shaping the health sector in Eswatini and other African countries. Members of the WK community, including students, staff, parents and alumni, are encouraged to form teams and participate in the tournament. For more details, contact Joan through email: alumni.engagement@waterford.sz

UWC Africa Week 2022

Date & Venue: Wednesday, 27 Jul, 2022, Waterford Campus

The 2022 UWC Africa Week will take place from 27 July to 3 August. UWC Africa Week is an annual student-led event that accords students a platform to explore and reflect deeply on the challenges and opportunities presented by Africa and its Diaspora. For more information, contact: uwcafricaweek@waterford.sz

Form 3 Leaves for Nyatsela

Date & Venue: Wednesday, 27 Jul, 2022, From Waterford Campus

Nyatsela (a Siswati verb meaning “to make a footprint”) is a 10-day walk around Eswatini. The whole Form 3 cohort, divided into groups each with students and adults, sets off from the College on a rite of passage that will see them return 10 days later as a more well-rounded version of themselves. They will walk 5-15km every day, passing through the beautiful landscape of Eswatini, and stay in camp-sites, at homesteads and in school classrooms where they will meet their hosts, cook their meals, wash their clothes and put up their tents if necessary. They learn how to get on with the people in their group, to be resourceful in solving the situations they encounter along the way, to develop skills and behaviours that are crucial for learning in the “university of life” and to leave a light footprint on the earth by living simply. Their backpacks contain everything they will use for the next three weeks (one change of clothing, toiletries, gas stove, cooking pot and enough food to last until the next food-drop).

Annual Visual Arts Exhibition

Date & Venue: Friday, 29 Jul, 2022, Waterford Campus

The exhibition showcases artworks created by students and is open to the public. It will start at 8 am and end at 4 pm on 29 - 30 July 2022.

Annual Visual Arts Exhibition Opening

Date & Venue: Friday, 29 Jul, 2022, Waterford Campus

The Annual Visual Arts Exhibition Opening is by invitation only and will start at 6:45 pm on 29 July 2022 on the Waterford campus.


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