While all parents are automatically part of the Parents Association, there is an open invitation from us to get actively involved. Wynberg Girls’ High is a richly resourced school and is so because of years of commitment from the partnerships she has enjoyed from parents, learners, staff and past pupils. We are custodians of this legacy for a short while. Let’s do it well together.

How you can help as a parent

  • Service in the daily running of the school

    Parents who pray - a small group of Christian parents meet on Friday mornings at 7:20 to pray for the needs of the school.
    A wonderful group of Grade 8 mums are responsible for providing and arranging the beautiful flowers seen in the foyer, front office and Principal’s office.

  • Giving Donations (financial or in kind)

    We could use this to contribute to our bursary fund; we could continue to keep our classes small, attract top teaching staff; we could continue developing and maintaining our infrastructure; honour our commitment to adopting sustainable and environmentally sound practices - these are just some of the ways your contribution could make a difference.

  • Offer your professional skills

    Giving of your time and expertise contribute immeasurably to our growth as a school.

  • Support Fundraising Initiatives

    MySchool, MyVillage, MyPlanet - one of South Africa's biggest fundraising programmes. Every time you use your card at any of the partner stores they give back a percentage of your purchase value, on your behalf, to us at absolutely no cost to you!

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2018 Projects

  • Removal of Asbestos guttering, downpipes and overhead tanks

    We want to replace the guttering, downpipes & overhead tanks so we can put in grey water systems to water the garden and use borehole water to feed the toilets via the overhead tanks.

  • An intimate performance space for our Musicians

    Through the very generous donations of Past Pupil, Mrs Ackerman, the creation of an intimate performance space for our musicians has partly been sponsored, but the refurbishment has a great distance to go.

  • Ballet Hall

    The ballet hall is the oldest building on the campus and the walls are crumbling in areas. The building needs to assessed by engineers to determine precisely what is required.

  • Maintenance of our Gym

    There is a considerable amount of work to be done in our Gym. We have a quote to replace the roof, ceiling, floors, & upgrade the change rooms at R1.2 million.

  • Cavan Road Clubhouse

    Development of the Cavan Road Clubhouse which includes electrifying, fencing, upgrading (which includes the removal of asbestos and enlarging the ablution facilities) and the laying of new asphalt.

  • Garden and landscaping

    Our EnviroClub are in the process of a water-wise, permaculture vegetable garden and their vision is to create a sustainable, self regenerating food forest that will be sensitive to our environment and teach us all many lessons.

  • Community Projects

    Wool for Wonders - A challenge run by the past pupils to knit jerseys, beanies blankets and teddies for those in need of them.

  • Service to the daily running of the school

    Involvement at the school. Flower roster and arrangements. Christian Prayer Group