Pecanwood College



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“Prepared for Life”


Pecanwood College

is an Independent, Combined School of Excellence.

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IZZI Trust



High School


Independent, Combined School of Excellence

Graduates of Pecanwood College will thus emerge as fully-rounded individuals, moulded by the College’s ethos and opportunities, ‘prepared for life’ and its challenges.


Vision & Mission

vision and mission

In this dynamic, happy learning environment, supported by a Christian-based value system, graduates of Pecanwood College are able to reach their full potential academically, physically, socially and spiritually to emerge as well-balanced, productive individuals, “Prepared for Life”



The College provides outstanding facilities, qualified and dedicated teachers with passion and enthusiasm to fulfill the needs of each pupil in a sensitive, caring manner and a balanced programme of academic, cultural, sporting and adventure pursuits.

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Congratulations to the newly crowned Mrs South Africa, Mrs Hlengiwe Twala who hails from our beautiful Hartbeespoort 👑🌻👑 Your dreams are valid

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Monday saw the Pre-Preparatory learners attending a conflict workshop hosted by Manners4Minors “Aunty Bee”.

As the learners are too little to make them aware of ‘bulling’ Mrs Joan Coetzee and I decided to change the wording to a ‘conflict’ awareness workshop. Again conflict is such a grown-up words, so I changed it to their level of understanding and called it ‘what or who’s BUGGING you?’

I introduced the concept of a misunderstanding or disagreement between two or more children is called conflict. I informed them that everyone has conflict, mommies & daddies, mommies & their friends, teachers, and each other. It is normal, it happens often and easily and you say SORRY and move on quickly ….. it’s nothing serious….

The tools I taught the little ones were:
1. Walk away if you don’t like what is being said or done
2. Tell the person to STOP doing it what you don’t like
3. Count to 10 and then respond / act
4. Talk to someone about it – don’t “tittle tale” or “tell on”, only talk about it when you calm and need to get it off your chest / heart

The only time we have to “tell on” is when:
1. There is danger
2. Someone got hurt
3. There are children physically fighting
4. Someone is getting sick

The learners absolutely loved my bug that I drew with all his wise words… I also handed out a Kelso’s wheel of choice. I always like to employer the learner with tools to DEAL WITH THE SITUATION themselves!

Please stick Kelso’s wheel of choice on the fridge at home, and read it to your little ones …. It will help them to make the right choice in a tough situation!!

Thanks for granting me the opportunity to constantly work with your learners Mrs Joan Coetzee, Teachers and PWC.

Kind regards
Aunty Bee
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Well Done Tameryn and William!

Tameryn and William Shaw competed at the World Field Archery Championships held in New South Wales, Australia the last week of September.

Tameryn received a silver medal in her category against top competition, and William received a gold medal in his category and is the World Champion.

On returning to South Africa both Tameryn and William competed in the South African Nationals for 3D and both received gold medals.

Pecanwood College are exceptionally proud of the Shaw Twins.
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