• LYLE RESSOUW TOP STUDENT

    Lyle Ressouw our top achieving matric student for 2014 has received his revised marks. Lyle's hard work and dedication has paid off with him achieving an A aggregate for his matric finals. Too add to this Lyle obtained 100% for Mathematics, 99% for Accounting, 96% for Life Sciences and 96% for Physical Sciences. Lyle is currently studying Actuarial Sciences at Stellenbosch University. We contacted Lyle for a short message to all students currently in matric and younger.

     

    Lyle had this to say:

     

    "Here are 3 tips that I used that might help you as well.

     

    1. Create support structures consisting of people with positive attitude who want you to succeed. You should come to realize that your family, teachers and good friends only want to see your full potential. Don’t be too proud to seek their guidance and support. Their love and understanding will be crucial in getting you through this stressful time in life.

     

    2. Set goals and stick to them. This cliché mantra will help you achieve victory. It all starts with admitting to yourself what you want to get out of your matric year. Every person comes from a different background and has unique aspirations, so your goals of success will vary from that of your peers. For example, one of your friends might simply want to pass well whereas another is striving for a distinction in all 7 subjects. Any goal that relates to where you see yourself at the end of matric is worthy as long as set according your own interest and not to please someone else. Keep in mind that the only person’s expectation you are obligated to meet is your own. Don’t let the judgement of others deter you from what you truly what to achieve and become. That being said only hard work, persistence and planning will help you realize your objectives. There is no short-cut. There will be a moment or two when you feel like giving up and straying from the path to success.  When these little monsters rear their ugly heads, and trust me they will, remind yourself of what you are striving towards and the pleasure and triumph it will bring

    in the end.

     

    3. Be prepared for sacrifices. Tackle every problem head on and have firm belief in your ability. Know when you should take a break – and more importantly – when you shouldn’t. Matric gives you a chance to forge you own destiny. Approach it with passion and you will not regret a single moment.

     

    I wish you the best of luck, a year to cherish and you go on to realize your dreams"

  • KEANU LANGFORD EXCELS AT SQUASH TOURNAMENT

    Keanu Langford a grade 9 learner at Muir College recently competed at the Penang Malaysian Junior Open from the 1st - 6th June 2015. Keanu is ranked No1 in the EP U/16A squad. After winning 3 out his 5 matches he managed to place 5th overall. Well done to Keanu on this fine achievement.

  • RUGBY RESULTS VS GREY

    Sat 20 June

    Grey Away

    1st XV

    Muir College 15-28 Grey 2nd XV

    2nd XV

    Muir College 10-33 Grey 4th XV

    3rd XV

    Muir College 00-33 Grey 6th XV

    U/16A

    Muir College 17-27 Grey U/16B

    U/16B

    Muir College 22-15 Grey U16/D

    U/15A

    Muir College 21-27 Grey U15/B

    U/14A

    Muir College 10-17 Grey U/14B

    U/14B

    Muir College 12-15 Grey U/14E

  • SPUR BUDDY EVENINGS

    The Muir College Rugby teams have been appointed Spur Buddy Evenings in order to raise funds. This is an excellent opportunity for the boys to shadow spur staff on the designated evenings. A portion of the takings will go back to the school for their efforts. The Spur Buddy Evenings will take place at Wild Rapids Spur in Uitenhage on:

     

    Tuesday 4 August 2015

    Tuesday 1 September 2015

     

    These evenings are open to all and we encourage everyone to come and enjoy and tasty meal with the family in support of the Muir College Rugby.

     

    PLEASE NOTE: In order for Muir to receive any contributions, tickets must be presented upon entering Spur. Please make sure you have collected tickets from Lyntin Gouws. You can contact him on 0833585057.

  • O.M.U GOLF DAY 2015

    The above special event will be taking place again this year! The Old Muirite Union is very proud to announce that after last years huge success, we will be once again holding the O.M.U. Golf day.

     

    The Old Muirite Union Golf Day has become one of THE special events on the golfing calendar in our region. We annually receive sponsorship from companies both large and small. Their generosity makes it possible for the O.M.U. to produce an array of prizes not often equalled.

     

    Your assistance will enable us to assist Muir College financially in their efforts to continue offering education “Second to None” to its boys. It also offers an opportunity for many friends to get together and reminisce in a spirit of camaraderie. A wonderful way to entertain business associates.

     

    In return we offer our sponsors as much mileage as possible. You will be part of a day that has been oversubscribed (250 plus players) for the previous 7 Opens.

    FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE SEE: GOLF DAY

  • UPCOMING EVENTS

    13/4 School Reopens

    15/4 PTA Meeting

    15/4 Rugby - Primary vs Innes (Away)

    17/4 Maths Olympiad at Alexander Road

    17/4 Squash: 1st, 2nd vs DP (Away)

    18/4 Rugby - Seniors vs Kirkwood (Home)

    18/4 Rugby - Primary vs Kirkwood (Home)

    20/4 Blood Donor Clinic

    22/4 Rugby - Primary vs Ankervas (Home)

    22/4 Despatch Choir Festival

    24/4 Squash: 1st, 2nd vs Alex (Home)

    25/4 Rugby - Seniors vs Union (Away)

    25/4 Rugby - Primary vs Union (Away)

    27/4 Public Holiday

    29/4 Rugby - Primary vs Frans Conradie (Home)

    30/4 Civvies Day

    01/5 Public Holiday

    06/5 Rugby - Primary vs Winterberg (Away)

    08/5 Squash: 1st vs Framesby (Away)

    08/5 Squash: 2nd vs Harvest (Away)

    09/5 Rugby - Seniors vs Nico Malan (Home)

    09/5 Rugby - Primary vs Lorraine (Away)

    13/5 Rugby - Primary vs Sonop (Home)

    15/5 Squash: 1st vs Development (Home)

    15/5 Squash: 2nd vs Kirkwood (Away)

    16/5 Rugby - Meyer Sauerman: IRB level 1 (Home)

    19/5 Finance Committee Meeting 19/5 Rugby Spur Buddy Evening
19/5 ATKV Apploos Regionals
20/5 Rugby - Primary vs Handhaaf (Home)
21/5 OMU Executive meeting
22/5 Squash: 1st vs Development (Away)
22/5 Squash: 2nd vs Westering (Home)
22/5 OMU Trivia Evening
23/5 Rugby - Seniors vs Brandwag (Away)
26/5 BOG Meeting
27/5 Rugby - Primary vs Susannah Fourie (Home)
29/5 Squash: 1st vs Framesby (Home)
29/5 Squash: 2nd vs Woodridge (Away)
30/5 Rugby - Seniors vs Westering (Away)
30/5 Rugby - Primary vs Westering (Away)
03/6 Exams Start (Grade 8 - 12)
06/6 Rugby - Seniors vs Volkskool (Home)
15/6 School Holiday
16/6 Public Holiday
16/6 Finance Committee Meeting 20/6 Rugby - Seniors vs Grey (Away)
23/6 BOG Meeting
25/6 Exams End
25/6 OMU Executive meeting
26/6 Schools Close
27/6 27-1 July Cape School week at Grey
  • CAPE SCHOOLS WEEK PROGRAMME

    27 June - 1 July

    1st XV Cape Schools Festival

    27th June

    Muir College vs SACS

    29th June

    Muir College vs Standard Bank XV

    1st July

    Muir College vs Rondebosch

CONTACT US

Physical Address Sir Thomas Muir Drive
Vanes Estate
Uitenhage
6229 Postal Address PO Box 231
Vanes Estate
Uitenhage
6229
Main Reception Tel: 041 966 1147
Fax: 041 961 0187 Email: secretary@muircollege.co.za
- Mrs J. Trenerry Email: headmaster@muircollege.co.za - Mr N.C. Hopley

O.M.U. Contact Details

 

National Secretary:Devin Astbury

Email: marketing@muircollege.co.za

Cell: 073 2420 241

 

Marketing

 

Devin Astbury

Tel: 041 966 1147

Cell: 073 2420 241

Email: marketing@muircollege.co.za