Virtual Speech Day 2021
Kloof High School cordially invites you to attend our Virtual Speech Day.
Due to the capacity permitted in our school hall, we are only allowed a total of 250 guests, including prize winners, staff, the guest speaker, and parents.
Therefore, please note we can only accommodate two parents and the prize-winner in our hall. We will however be live streaming the event on KloofTV, for you to watch from wherever you may be.
Please note this link will be put up on the D6 and on our social media platforms. Alternatively, you can click on the link below to view this special event.
To watch please click - https://tv.digicentral.co.za/klooftv
Introducing our guest speaker: Sicelo Ziphozonke Ntshangase
In 2014 Sicelo Ziphozonke Ntshangase completed his Doctor of Literature and Philosophy degree in the Department of African Languages at the University of South Africa. At that time he was teaching isiZulu First Additional Language at St John’s College, in Houghton, Johannesburg. He is a specialist in isiZulu, with an excellent working knowledge of the new curriculum within the State and IEB context. Before joining St John’s College, he was the Head of IsiZulu at St Mary’s Diocesan School for Girls (Kloof, KwaZulu-Natal) from February 2010 to April 2014.
Prior to that, he was the educator and later the Head of isiZulu at Kloof High School, in KwaZulu-Natal (2002 - 2009). In January 2017 to July 2018, he lectured isiZulu and isiNdebele Methodologies as well as Classroom Literacies at the University of Pretoria, Groenkloof Campus. Currently, he is lecturing isiZulu Education and also IsiZulu Education Discipline Head at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Edgewood Campus. He has written articles and presented research papers on pedagogy, especially on translanguaging and interactive teaching pedagogy; language acquisition; multilingual education; linguistic rights in education; language planning and language policy; gender and literature; isiZulu oral literature, African religion, philosophy and cosmology.
His area of teaching expertise is oral tradition, communication, poetry, pedagogy, language and literature. He has published three isiZulu books as a sole author: an anthology of poems, a collection of short stories and a novel. His novel addresses the issues of gender and sexual orientation such as patriarchy, sexism, classism and homosexuality which are seldom written about in isiZulu literature. He has also acted as an Editor for publishing companies and has also blind-reviewed several academic articles for different academic journals.
His favourite quotation is:
"Wisdom is not a matter of knowing various facts but rather knowing how much one doesn't know"_Socrates.
Please note: The event link will be provided on the D6 and our social media platforms. Should you have any questions please feel free to contact the school directly.
We look forward to celebrating all our learner's achievements with you virtually!
|Age restriction||Family friendly|
|Refund policy||No refunds|