The PTF is a vibrant and active organization within Beaulieu College, we have 17 parents and 3 staff members who regularly contribute to the various Projects we get involved in. Any parent of a child enrolled at Beaulieu College is welcome to join the PTF at any time during the year. Parents can email Susan Van Driel who will be able to give you details of when our next meeting is, she would also be happy to chat to you if you have any questions.
We hold a meeting once a month in the staff room, the meetings are fun and usually run from 6-7pm. At the meetings we get feedback on upcoming events from the sub committees who have planned them as well as keeping up to date with the goings on at the College. The main goal of the PTF is to provide our children with things that make their time at the College better.
Some examples of what we have done in recent years are:
Tables and Benches for the pupils to use at break times and for outdoor lessons
Contributed to a Lightning Early Warning System to protect our children when playing sports
An electronic information board at the exit gate
Soup and Rolls at the annual Sleep Out
Our main source of income each year is the MySchoolCard program. Membership to MySchool is free, all you need to do is link Beaulieu College as your beneficiary and swipe your card at stores displaying the MySchool logo at the till, such as Woolworths. The store then donates a portion of your spend to MySchool and that then gets paid into our bank account every month.
For school sporting events the PTF sells distinctive Supporter Wear, which consists of T-Shirts, Strappy tops, Jackets, Hats and Scarves. The supporter wear is available for any parent wanting to show support for our teams at events. At the annual Derby Days hosted by Beaulieu College the PTF can be found selling boerewors and chicken rolls along with bottled water and of course our Supporter wear. We also organize a few fun activities during the year such as the Annual Quiz Evening which also goes towards supporting our efforts to enrich our children’s College life.
The PTF has also organized a community cleanup once a month. This provides an opportunity for the pupils to get their community service hours whilst at the same time making a visible difference to our community.
For your convenience, all the 2014 forms and information to join the Hockey Academy may be copied and printed from here.
Sue Goodman: The Pony Club was the most influential part of childhood riding. Four months at Talland School of Equitation in Cirencester culminated in a BHS Assistant Instructor's qualification. Travels found me in South Africa in 1972. In 1974 I spent five years working at the Forsight Welsh Pony Stud in White River where, as well as stud work, I show jumped and evented. A move to Johannesburg in 1979 brought me closer to the eventing hub and I competed to SA Champs level in eventing as well as show jumping with Nigel Pott's Chester. I am also an accredited Assessor.
Wayne Dale (Equine Dental Technician) – Module Three Expert Lecturer
Wayne Dale has been involved with horses for over 35 years as a successful show jumper and Derby winner. He has been practicing equine dentistry since 2005 after the completion of various courses at institutions like BEVA (UK) and the Academy of Equine Dentistry in America. He also did some of his practical training with Gary Waters from Cape Town.
Kim Hughes (Equestrian Academy Administrator) – Module One/Two Lecturer and Administrator
Kim Hughes (BCom Hons) has been involved with horses for 30 years and received provincial colours for Carriage Driving and was competitive in Eventing for many years. After a corporate career has taken over the Administration of the Academy. Kim is also a EQASA qualified Assessor.
Why choose Beaulieu Equestrian Academy (BEA)?
Beaulieu Equestrian Acedemy recently sponsored an employee from the Highveld Horse Care Unit to attend the training on the Module 1.2 and 3 course.
The aim of the Beaulieu Hockey Academy is to improve hockey performance at all levels in our preparatory schools, our College and in the club, through a multi-dimensional approach. The academy provides an environment that sets a new standard in hockey training enabling its participants to realise their full potential as players both during and after school.
We offer a wide range of courses for pupils of all ages and skill levels throughout the year which features all the components embraced by professional sportsmen and women, giving participants a feel for the discipline, focus and dedication required to pursue sporting excellence. The Academy training covers all aspects of hockey from physical conditioning, to fitness training, to high performance skills, to match tactics and umpiring, in order to develop professional hockey players.
Provide the best hockey specific high performance training
Skill and technique training by top professionals in the game
Beaulieu Hockey Academy Club in 2018 produced
36 Junior Provincial Players
6 Provincial Coaches
8 Nationals Junior players
3 National Senior Players
Beaulieu College teams, coached by Beaulieu Hockey Academy in 2018 produced:
Boys First Team: Runner up 2018 Aitkin Cup, losing only one game in the 2018 Season
Girls First Team: Undefeated in their school league and 3rd place finish at the Pullen and Howell Cup.
8 School National players
24 Provincial Hockey Players
Our brilliant and professional coaching team is led by former Olympian and SA Men’s National players Allistar Fredericks, assisted by National Player Reza Rosenberg and top SG Coach Errol Davis.
Our focus is always to improve the standard of hockey produced by our players, employing the latest coaching and training techniques to keep our players up to date with current trends in hockey.
To be part of the action, if you are a pupil of Kyalami Schools, make sure to join the prep and college hockey teams when we commence the 2019 season. Pupils from other schools and adults who wish to be part of our success story can apply for club membership at the Beaulieu Hockey Academy. We look forward to seeing you join us in 2019.
Beaulieu Hockey Academy
Contact Details: 0835501826 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: 011 468 2114 or Cell 082 811 2509.
Courses on offer from the Equestrian Academy are:
These modules are run in line with the EQASA qualification system and cover subject matter aligned with their examination requirements, as well as the new N.Q.F. qualification scheme syllabus:
Module 1 Basic Stable Yard Skills
Module 2 Advanced Stable Yard Skills
Module 3 Horsemastership
Module 4 Preliminary Riding Instruction
Module 5 Horsemastership and Riding Instruction
Course contents, dates and enrolment requirements are listed below and ready for downloading. These courses are revised regularly to ensure that syllabus content is in line with the requirements of the EQASA examination system and the Unit Standards for NQFs. Students should be aware that a degree of experience and practical competence should be acquired in conjunction with the underpinning knowledge and practical guidance supplied by these courses in order to be successful examination candidates.
Workshops will take place throughout the year covering a range of practical and training issues appropriate to various levels of horsemanship and horse and rider training.
More detailed information will be posted in our newsletter. Send us an email to register to receive this. Attached registration forms can be used to secure places on these courses.
Our stud courses aim to provide students with knowledge relating to the care of breeding stock and the breeding process. More comprehensive details and information about enrolment on stud courses are attached below.
Specialist Stable Yard Skills are offered to professional grooms. These courses run on consecutive Monday's and the course covers the following:
Horse Behaviours and Handling
Stable Yard Skills
Grooming and Show Support
Equine First Aid
Tack and Tacking-up
Boots and Blankets
We have the following documents available for downloading:
This programme caters for those students who can attend every day and wish to gain practical experience as well as attend the courses. Students are exposed to all aspects of training through from Module One to Module Three including the Breeding and Stud Management Course, First Aid and the Coaching aspects of Module Four and Five. Look out for our Open Day usually in October to come view the facilities and chat about the programmes.
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Southern African Heads of Independent Schools Association (SAHISA). Accredited by Umalusi
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