• Intermediate Phase Faithful Steward Award Ceremony (Academics and Christian Characteristics)

    Best-in Grade 4

    Best-in Grade 5

    Best-in Grade 6

    Best-in Grade 7

    Best in Subject

    Top 10 – Grade 4

    Top 10 – Grade 5

    Top 10 – Grade 6

    Top 10 – Grade 7

    Most Positive Merit Award

    Christian Characteristics

  • Intermediate Phase Faithful Steward Award Ceremony (Culture and Sports)


    Netball U10

    Netball U11

    Netball U12

    Netball U13

    Soccer Limpopo team


    Other achievements

  • High School Faithful Steward Award Ceremony

    Top 10 – Grade 8

    Front row left to right: Phenyo Mojela, Bontle Mashamaite, Neo Mosomane, Bokang Ramohlale, Theresho Motiang.

    Back row left to right: Rendani Mashau, Naledi Moloto, Letago Monama, Didintle Sekgothe, Nakedi Rangango, Boitumelo Monama.

    Top 10 – Grade 9

    Front row left to right: Tondiwa Mwenitete, Noko Kgatle, Tshegofatso Mohale, Nigel Muzemba.

    Back row left to right: Ayo Shibambu, Blessing Sithole, Mapalo Mbewe, Ntsakisi Makhubele, Kopano Sekgothe.

    Top 10 – Grade 10

    Front row left to right: Kulemya Wasema, Bonolo Mampuru, Maxine Shai, Mpho Komape, Letago Mphahlele.

    Middle row left to right: Sir Isaac Manamike, Twyla Mashaba, Nesh Rachidi, Masetshaba Ntsoane, Lebua Ramaahlama, Nathan Nhemachena

    Back row left to right: Vutlhari Shingange, Pitsi Langa, Sir Michael Moutlana

    Top 10 – Grade 11

    Front row left to right: Kgetho Makhafola, Thuka Mamabolo, Tshegofatso Boshomane, Lionel de Necker.

    Middle row left to right: Mathato Mothiba, Hailee Makomva, Pheto Monakedi, Matshidisho Phiri, Tumelo Ntlhane.

    Back Row: Thato Kubai, Mrs. Bernice Visagie

    Outreach – Malawi

    Choir & Band



    U15 Soccer

    U17 Soccer

  • High School News Letter Quarter 3
  • Calendar 2024
  • Primary School News Letter Quarter 3
  • Outreach Madipoane Secondary School

    Our High school class grade 9C went for outreach at Madipoane Secondary School in GA- Mothapo. They had a great time there serving other learners.🇿🇦

  • Debate Intermediate Phase 2023

    Top impromptu speakers of the day

    Top individual soeakers of the day

    The team who brought the trophy home

    Eagle’s Nest Team

    Top 3 team of the day (one student missing)

  • Soccer U/10

    Our u/10 Eagle’s Netball team received second place at the Pemps tournament. 🙏 Congratulations 👍🎉

    Our u/10 Soccer boys played well
    Played 8 games
    Wins 3
    Losses 4
    Draws 1

  • Mayors ‘Cup Tournament (19 and 26 April)

    The ENCS hosted the first round of the 2023 Mayor’s Cup Tournament on the 19th and 26th of April for juniors and seniors, respectfully. Our senior team won against St Veritas and will be proceeding to round 2.

    Polokwane Debating League Tournament (13 May 2023)

    On Saturday, the 13th of May 2023, ENCS took part in Round 2 of PDL. The results are as follows:

    Junior Team:

    • ENCS Junior Team came 2nd place in the top 5

    Best speakers Top 10

    • 2nd best speaker -Neo Mosomane
    • 8th speaker -Theto Nthlane

    Senior Division:

    • The ENCS Senior Team soared higher, reaching position 1 of the 2023 PDL
    • 2nd best speaker- Vukona Chauke and Matshidiso Phiri.
    • 8th best speaker-Tshegofatso Boshomane

    Both our senior and junior teams will be proceeding to the 3rd round of the PDL on the 5th of August 2023.

  • Mini Netball and Soccer Michell House

    We are very proud of our players and their coaches 😀

    1. Netball

    Under 9 played 6 matches: Lost – 1 / Drew – 1 / Won – 4

    Under 8 netball played 6 matches: Lost – 2 / Won – 4

    Under 7 netball also played 6 matches: Lost 1 / Drew 1 / Won  4

    2. Soccer

    Under 9 soccer played 12 matches: Lost – 3 / Drew – 3 / Won 6

    Under 8 soccer played 12 matches: Lost 2 / Drew – 4 / Won – 6

    Under 7 soccer played 7 matches: Lost – 1 / Drew – 1 / Won – 5

  • GEOGRAPHY/ TOURISM TRIP    (05 – 07 MAY 2023)

    Our grade 12 Geography and Tourism learners embarked on a very successful and vibrant 3-day outdoor learning exploration camp at Yakol Adventures in Modimolle. Sir Fredy expressed his satisfaction in a few words; Learners grasp concepts much easier by seeing them in real life. They came into close contact with nature, exploring river processes in the veld and studying different rock formations on the mountainside.

    In Geography, most Geomorphology aspects – fluvial processes and landforms were the main areas of focus. Learners went on a hike up to the head of the valley flanked by two long stretching ridges and down up to the dam. In tourism, notably, there was a presentation by the facilitators, Mr Rubin and Mr Thompson, on responsible and sustainable tourism as well as on entrepreneurial opportunities in the tourism sector.

     On Saturday evening, learners enjoyed a presentation by Mr Rubin on Astronomical aspects (the Southern Cross and the False Cross). Learners also had fun through team-building activities (Mission Impossible and Shooting Range). Appreciation goes to the two teachers, Sir Fredy and Ma’am Tebogo sacrificed their time to organise and accompany these learners on this excursion.

  • We explore as we learn at Eagle’s Nest

    Our Grade 10 learners had the opportunity to enjoy a 3-day trip (3-5 May) at Silver Cloud Game Lodge and Conference Centre in Bela-Bela. The objective of this outdoor camp was to refine their leadership skills through fun-filled activities in the veld. The Vice Principal-High School, Sir Isaac had this to say; “Our focus is teambuilding, spiritual formation and communication. These aspects have proved to be key to effective leadership”

    Fifty-nine learners participated in various activities which included spider web, ball balance, communication train, blind folder and water sport. The most electrifying was the obstacle course which challenged most learners to explore out of their comfort zone. Praise God all of them managed to navigate their way throughout and great was the excitement.

    We would like to appreciate the 5 teachers who accompanied these learners on this trip; Sir Abraham, Sir Mike, Sir Moses, Ma’am Kwena and Linkie.

  • Primary School – On Eagles Wings (Quarter 1)
  • High School – News in the Nest (Quarter 1)
  • Eagle’s Nest Sports Day 2023

    On Saturday, the 11th of March, 9 schools converged at Eagle’s Nest Christian School to compete in various disciplines, including soccer, netball, volleyball, debate, table tennis and chess. Eagle’s Nest scooped gold in Junior Chess, Table tennis and Netball u/16. They also settled for silver in volleyball (boys and girls), while both junior and senior debate teams grabbed bronze medals.  

    Congratulations to Rabboni Christian School, who travelled all the way from Brits. They clinched gold in boys’ u/19 soccer. The following learners from Eagle’s Nest got the limelight of the day: Theto Mohale was crowned Best Player and Top goal scorer for U/19, Best player u/16 Netball went to Lethabo Meela; Best Table tennis players awarded to Praise Kondowe (senior) and Ishmael Manamike (junior); Abrina Boya got the Best volleyball player for girls; Neo Mosomane was crowned 4th Best Speaker in the junior division in debate. Eagle’s Nest family would like to thank all schools that participated in this event.

  • Shine Bright | ACSI | DAY OF PRAYER
  • Primary School Debate winners

    Congratulations to our Primary School Debate winners on the day!

    Xihlenga Nkuzana, Mmaphiri Phiri, Mutshidzi Netshishivhe.

    The tournament was held on Saturday, 4 Feb 2022, at Michell’s House and had 27 speakers from 9 different teams.

    The tournament also successfully piloted the first Impromptu Speaking (IS) tournament in our history. Four speakers joined in the IS Tournament, and teachers readily adjudicated.

  • Ironwood 2023

    Well done to our Primary School athletes 🏃🏽🏃🏽‍♀️who participated in the Ironwood Independent Schools athletics event.

    We are proud of you!👏🦅 Eagle’s Nest Christian School came 2nd out of 8 Schools!

  • Intermediate Phase Top 10 – 2022

    Intermediate phase Top 10 grade 4-6 of 2022 celebrated their achievements in our annual Top 10 ceremony!

    Congratulations to all and thank you for your diligence and hard work!

    Grade 4

    Front Left to Right: Dineo Mahloko, Tshimologo Ntsoko, Lyla Mashaba, Bohlale Seoloane

    Second Row Left to Right: Retang Madia, Rirhandzu Mashau, Bodirwa Shekinah

    Third Row Left to Right: Letloltlo Selepe, Tumelo Maunatlala, Zori Masekoameng, Tinotendaishe Shuro

    Back: Mr Bertie de Lange (Primary School Principal), Mr J.N. van den Berg (Executive Principal), Ma’am Dimpho Tshabalala (Educator)

    Grade 5

    Front Left to Right: Siphiwe Mahlangu, Kinson Nkune, Khotso Sheea, Musima Ndou

    Second Row Left to Right: Arielle Hyera, Baholofedi Molepo, Koti Mehale, Destiny Nkala

    Third Row Left to Right: Ditheto Mpahlele, Kobela Mamabolo

    Back: Mr Bertie de Lange (Primary School Principal), Mr J.N. van den Berg (Executive Principal), Ma’am Dimpho Tshabalala (Educator)

    Grade 6

    Front Left to Right: Anokona Ramalata, Tshilidzi Muvhango, Pheladi Mogajane, Mutshidzi Netshishivhe, Alexander Mmethi

    Second Row Left to Right: Muano Ndou, Letago Joy Mohale, Micheal Jacobus van den Berg, Keamogetswe Moswane

    Third Row Left to Right: Xihlenga Nkuzana, Morongwa Rakgoale, Thorisho Manzini

    Back: Mr Bertie de Lange (Primary School Principal), Mr J.N. van den Berg (Executive Principal), Ma’am Fiona Mhondiwa (Educator)


    Eagle Nest Christian School held their Annual High School Top 10 Awards on 20 January 2023. The learners were awarded for their hard work in 2022. They received a Top 10 badge and Academic lapel to wear with pride.

    Grade 7 (2022) Top 10

    First row from left to right: Prosperity Mkhabele, Nakedi Rangongo, Oratile Mogajane, Neo Mosomane, Naledi Moloto. Second row from left to right: Rukudzo Maromani, Bokang Ramohlale, Rendani Mashau, Kutullo Ramonyai, Murendeni Mufamadi, third low from left to right: M Mr. Eon Louw -HOD High School Mr. Isaac Manamike-High School Principal, Mr. Mac van den Berg-Executive Principal.

    Grade 8 (2022) Top 10

    First row from left to right: Vhuthuhave Mugwedi, Tondiwa Mwenitete, Noko Kgatle, Dimpho Madiba, Xiave Nkuzana. Second row from left to right: Blessings Sithole, Mapalo Mbewe, Kopano Sekgoka, Katlego Langa, Ayo Shibambu, third low from left to right Mr. Eon Louw-HOD High School Mr. Isaac Manamike-High School Principal, Mr. Mac van den Berg-Executive Principal.

    Grade 9 (2022) Top 10

    First row from left to right: Twyla Mashaba, Nesh Rachidi, Regaugetswe Ramulondi, Letago Mphahlele, Lethabo Meela, Second row from left to right: Bonolo Mampuru, Lethabo Shai, Masetshaba Ntsoane, Mpho Komape, Kholofelo Langa (Absent). Third low from left to right: Mr. Eon Louw,-HOD High School Mr. Isaac Manamike-High School Principal, Mr. Mac van den Berg-Executive Principal.

    Grade 10 (2022) Top 10

    First row from left to right: Thato Kubai, Tshegofatso Boshomane, Ruth Phiri, Lionel de Necker,

    Second row from left to right: Kgetho Makhafola, Phetego Phaka, Mathato Mothiba, Gugulethu Mogano, Thuka Mamabolo (Absent). Third low from left to right: Mr. Eon Louw-HOD High School Mr. Isaac Manamike-High School Principal, Mr. Mac van den Berg-Executive Principal.

    Grade 11 (2022) Top 10

    First row from left to right: Maze Shibambu, Tashinga Dhlakama, Ditheto Senetla, Ndiwanga Madzivhandila, Macheu Ntjie. Second row from left to right: Ryan Maminingu, Mary Raphela, Omphile Moloantoa, Blessings Mokgola, Oratile Shilenge. Third low from left to right: Mr. Eon Louw-HOD High School Mr. Isaac Manamike-High School Principal, Mr. Mac van den Berg-Executive Principal.


    There is joy and jubilation in the Nest as we celebrate our 2022 IEB matric results. 43 learners passed with BD entry qualification while 4 scored a diploma entry-level qualification. This class of 2023 achieved 30 distinctions while the bulk of marks are in level 6 (Bs). An overall 96,07% was achieved. This is yet another milestone, a great achievement indeed especially considering the obstacles that this group had to endure. The impact of Covid-19 and related lockdown restrictions impacted the smooth delivery of curriculum in their FET phase. “Now I can pursue my dream in Chemical Engineering,” said Karabo Ndou with a sigh of relief. Her other options are Bio-Chemistry and Environmental Science of which she has acceptance letters from several universities including UP.

    Rose Mokwena
    1 Distinction

    Results at a glance:
    43 passed with a bachelor’s Degree entry level
    30 Distinctions achieved
    4 passed with Diploma entry level
    2 passed with Higher certificate entry level
    66 level 6 (Bs) marks
    Overall 96,07%

  • On Eagles’ Wings – Primary – Quarter 4
  • New Clothing Store 2023
  • Faithful Steward Award Ceremony Intermediate Phase

    Eagles Nest Christian School had their annual Faithful Steward Award Ceremony on the 28th of October 2022. These learners have worked hard throughout quarters one to three and have been awarded for being in the Top 10.

    Grade  4 Top  10 Quarter 4 2022

    Front Row (left to right): Dineo Mahloko, Rirhadzu Mashau, Lyla Mashaba, Bohlale Seoloane

    Middle Row (left to right): Retang Madea, Tshimologo Ntsoko, Tshepang Sethemane Back Row (left to right): Shekinah Bodirwa, Letlotlo Selepe, Tinotendaishe Shuro, Tumelo Mauntlala, Mr C Mutero (Chair Board Member)

    Grade 5 Top 10 Quarter 4 2022

    Front Row (left to right): Dithebogo Mphahlele, Bahalofedi Molepo, Morongwa Sefoka, Kinson Nkuna, Siphiwe Mahlangu

    Middle Row (left to right): Musima Ndou, Arielle Hyera, Khotso Sheea, Koti Mehale

    Back (left to right): Destiny Nkala, Karabo Maribana, Khanyisa Mlondobozi, Pebetse Mamabolo, Mr Maiwashe (Board Member)

    Grade 6 Top 10 Quarter 4 2022

    Front Row (left to right): Pheladi Mogajane, M.J. van den Berg, Tshilidzi Muvhago, Muano Ndou,

    Anza Shandu

    Middle Row (left to right): Anokona Ramalata, Lethago Mohale, Thorisho, Mutshidzi Netshidhivhe

    Back Row (left to right): Keamogetswe Moswana, Morongwa, Alex Mmethi, Xihlenga Nkuzana, Dr Chauke (Board Member)

    Grade 7 Top 10 Quarter 4 2022

    Front Row (left to right): Bokang Ramohlale, Rukudzo Maromani, Kutullo Ramonyai, Nakedi Rangongo, Neo Mosomane

    Back (Left to right): Oratile Mogajane, Princess Chiendamunyama, Prosperity Mkhabele, Naledi Moloto, Coach George Mehale (Board Member)

  • Faithful Steward Award Ceremony High School

    Grade 8

    10Sekgoka, Rathobela Kopano75.4
    10Rapitsi, Thabang75.4
    9Langa, Katlego75.5
    8Mohale, Tshegofatso Nokuphiwa75.7
    7Phukubye, Thato Kolobe Omphile75.8
    6Sithole, Blessing Tecla76.9
    5Kgatle, Noko77.0
    4Mugwedi, Akonaho Vhuthuhave77.6
    3Nkuzana, Xiave78.7
    2Mwenitete, Tondiwa78.9
    1Shibambu, Ayo83.2

    Front row from the left:  Katlego Langa, Ayo Shibambu, Akonaho Mugwedi, Omphile Phukubye, Xiave Nkuzana, Kopano Sekgoka

    Back row from the left: Tshegofatso Mohale, Tondiwa Mwenitete, Tabang Rapitsi, Noko Kgatle, Blessings Sithole

    Grade 9

    10Langa, Pitsi Kholofelo79.7
    9Mampuru, Bonolo80.5
    8Ramulondi, Regaugetswe Manawa80.8
    7Meela, Lethabo Lekwapa81.8
    6Komape, Mpho82.6
    5Shai, Lethabo Maxine83.2
    4Rachidi, Kgethego Nesh83.2
    3Ntsoane, Masetshaba Ramatsimela83.9
    2Mphahlele, Letago85.3
    1Mashaba, Twyla86.3

    Front row from the left: Bonolo Mampuru, Regaugetswe Ramulondi, Lethabo Meela, Twyla Mashaba, Letago Mphahlele

    Back row from the left: Nesh Rachidi, Masetshaba Ntsoane, Mpho Komape, Maxine Shai

    Grade 10

    10Manganyi, Thato71.9
    9Mamabolo, Thuka Mmabotsha72.6
    8Ntlhane, Tumelo73.6
    7Makhafola, Kgetho Maokeng Junior75.3
    6Kubai, Thato Malesela75.4
    5Chauke, Vukona76.3
    4Makomva, Hailee76.4
    3Boshomane, Tshegofatso79.9
    2De Necker, Lionel80.3
    1Phiri, Ruth Matshidiso Lesedi83.0

    Front row from the left: Thato Kubai, Kgetho Makhafola, Lionel de Necker, Vukona Chauke, Ruth Phiri

    Back row from the left: Thato Manganyi, Tumelo Ntlhane, Thuka Mamabolo, Hailee Makomva, Tshegofatso Boshomane

    Grade 11

    10Mokalapa, Mamoroke Lucy78.6
    10Shilenge, Oratile Celia78.6
    9Moloantoa, Omphile78.7
    8Maminingu, Ryan Tavonga79.0
    7Senetla, Ditheto79.7
    6Ntjie, Simphiwe Macheu79.9
    5Raphela, Matswele Mary81.7
    4Dhlakama, Tashinga83.1
    3Mokgola, Blessings84.1
    2Madzivhandila, Ndiwanga Adolph85.7
    1Shibambu, Maze92.4

    Front row from the left: Maze Shibambu, Ndiwanga Madzivhandila, Ryan Maminingu, Simphiwe Ntjie

    Second row from the left: Oratile Shilenge, Lucy MokalapaOmphile Moloantoa, Blessings Mokgola, Mary Raphela

    Back row from the left: Tashinga Dhlakama, Ditheto Senatla

    Grade 12

    10Sikhosana, Sibusiso69.0
    9Mashabela, Mufunwa69.1
    8Setlhare, Koketso69.3
    7Mkhabele, Sibusiso69.4
    6Shokane, Thabang Frank71.4
    5Mokwena, Senkga Rose71.9
    4Seabi, Khomotso72.0
    3Mudenga, Shalom Tariro Mudenga77.1
    2Mohlahlana, Onthatile79.1
    1Ndou, Karabo Rachel84.6
  • The Cross-Country team finishes the race.

    On the 23rd of July, learners from Eagles Nest Christian School Intermediate phase took part in a cross-country competition at Groblersdal. It was a good experience where the learners competed against well-vetted clubs and schools. It was a tough experience for most, but all managed to finish the race. It was clear to see that the learners enjoyed themselves and found the experience to be enjoyable. With more training and fitness, these learners will do very well in cross-country.

  • The Eagles soar high again in Maths Horizon.

    In my previous article, I cited that we eagerly awaited the 2022 edition of the Horizon Maths Competition results. I’m humbled to inform you that the Eagles were able to once again soar high.

    Trust me, we are a people helped by God. Notwithstanding the competitiveness of this Competition, our learners came up tops. The results in question are the provincial top 50. It was an emotional moment to receive an invitation indicating that 11 of our learners were in the top 50. The most exciting part was that 4 of our learners were in the top 10.

    This is how the Eagles were spread in the top 50.

    Neo Mosomne 4; Alexandra Mmethie 7; Tshilidzi Muvhango 9; Princess Chiendamunyama 10; Tinotenda Jaka 11; Pheladi  Mogajane 16; Yididieya Semu 30; Bontle Mashamaite 35; Rukudzo Maromani 38; Ashley  Chitimera 47; Prosperity  Mkhabele 50. These learners received certificates, medals, headphones and phones as prizes.

    To add the cherry on top, the school received a trophy for best-improving school. To this, we are forever grateful.

    Nkosana Nkala (Maths Olympiad facilitator)

    As a school, we would like to thank Sir Nkosana for his tireless effort to assist our learners to achieve these results. Well done to all who participated!

  • Chess News

    Intermediate phase learners proudly represented Eagles Nest at the Limpopo district qualifiers at Pietersburg Laerskool on the 30th of July. We were able to send 4 teams, two teams in each of the under-11 and under-13 categories. We were sad to see a low turnout of our Under 13 players, yet the learners who were present put up a great fight. The under 13 B team and the under 11 A team both gained an overall fourth place in their respective categories, while the under 11 B team took an overall second position for their category. We are proud of our players and congratulate them on their wonderful achievements.

    We have also continued to participate at the Capricorn district tournament this term, where each player builds their own rating. The Limpopo team was announced at the last event held at Northern Academy on 27 August. We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Tumelo for holding the 12th position in Limpopo Province for the under-12 age group. This means that he is the first reserve for the provincial team. Well done Tumelo!

  • Debating

    On the 18th of August, Eagles Nest Christian School Intermediate phase hosted the Myngenoegen debating league tournament. Three debating teams from Eagles Nest took part, competing against Mitchell House, PEPPS, MEPS and Lord Milner. This competition allowed learners to argue points in a well-controlled environment. It was great to see good logical thinking taking place. Many learners were nervous and this caused them to sometimes make slight errors when speaking. One of the great things in debating is being able to communicate clearly, convincingly and logically regardless of one’s personal view on the topic or how nervous one is. Eagles Nest Christian School did not win this time, but they learnt a few things that will help them in the next competition. At the same time, we would like to congratulate Neo Mosomane for being named the best overall speaker of the day. It is exciting to see how these learners improve their speaking ability.

  • Bible Olympiad

    This September, Eagle’s Nest hosted the long-awaited Bible Olympiad. Four schools attended, participating in their Foundation Phase and Intermediate Phase.

    As a Foundation Phase, we are very proud of our learners and their hard work preparing for the different sections.

    Art, Scripture verses, poems and dramas made our day colourful.

  • Fun in Grade 1 – by Chane Kruger

    Grade 1 is a fun time where kids learn many new things and explore their individual talents and creativity.

    Learners loved learning all about pets and plants this quarter and what is a better way for learners to express their creativity than through a Creative Arts Project.

    Learners had the opportunity to make their choice of clay sculptures and they were left to dry. These sculptures were then used to make their own Chia Pets which they took home to take care of.

  • Lethaba Lodge Educational Tour – by Chane Kruger

    The trip to Lethaba Lodge was just as amazing as the actual visit. Travelling through Magoebaskloof to Tzaneen was an experience that left the learners in awe. The views were breathtaking and a true reflection of how creative God is.

    There were many animals to see and learn about at Lethaba Lodge. The learners loved walking around and listening and entreating with the tour guides. They saw lions and tigers, monkeys and lemurs, parrots and iguanas and so many more.

    On the game drive, learners could see many antelope and wild animals, even a big group of hippos (a bloat) up close as they lazily lay in the mud.

    The Learners also enjoyed running free through the playground and having fun with the variety of obstacles, jungle gyms and zip lines. It truly was a fun and educational experience and we cannot wait to go back.

  • Ballet @ Eagles Nest

    This year we have also given extra space to ballet as a club in our Pre- School. Even Sir Mac and Teacher Freda Joined in one morning to share in the joy! It’s a lot of little girl’s dreams that came true.  Building their coordination, mental strength, balance, and discipline it further strengthens their muscles and improves their flexibility.


    As this year draw to a close, it draws close to the mark of ten years that has passed since we started the Pre-School in 2012. We therefor decided to focus on our growth the past ten years. We celebrate our Lord’s grace and joy that has left us standing in awe.

    The start was humble with a lot of sweat and excitement

    Now we can look back on our growth and be thankful as The Lord truly blessed us


    and now…

  • W’s All Term Long

    More W’s for Eagle’s Nest Christian School’s High School debate team as the learners were divided into 5 different teams to represent the school at The Limpopo Schools Debating Championship, which took place on Saturday, 3 September 2022 at Mitchell House College from 8:30 – 16:30.

    The day consisted of three preliminary rounds and an Eagle’s only final as Eagle’s Senior B was awarded a floating trophy, and Eagle’s Senior A was the runner-up. Matshidiso Phiri in grade 10, Regaugetswe Ramulondi and Boitumelo Sehoana in Grade 9 earned themselves spots on the Limpopo Delegation, representing the province at The University of Pretoria, where the debate nationals will take place.

    Back (L to R): Tr. Sandra Mmethi, Matshidiso Phiri, Regaugetswe Ramulondi, Matsobane Lekalakala, Phetego Phaka, Boikanyo Mohlake and Ndiwanga Madzivhandila.

    Front (L to R): Tshegofasto Boshomane, Boitumelo Sehoana, Shibu Mafokwane, Mpho Komape, Lethabo Shai and Tr. Colia Mahlase

  • NEWS IN THE NEST – Quarter 2 2022
  • ON EAGLES WING – Quarter 2 2022
  • ENCS donations for KZN in collaboration with Toyota Limpopo

    We would like to thank each Eagle and their family who opened their hearts and donated items to the flood-stricken areas in KZN. Eagle’s Nest in collaboration with Toyota Limpopo were able to send 2 bakkies with food, water, clothing, blankets and much more to these areas to assist the people in need.

    Thank you Eagles for taking hands with us and giving back to God’s people.

  • Junior Debators fly high!!

    2022 Round 1 Junior Mayor’s Cup On the 20th of April 2022, the Eagle’s Nest Junior Debate Team went full force against Maseala Progressive school at Frans Mohlala Secondary School for round 1 Mayor’s Cup. The team brought their three speakers, seven-floor members and the chairperson for the day. After a very well-articulated and structured argument, Team Eagles won the debate, and the best speaker was awarded to Eagle Regaugetswe Ramulondi. This was indeed a blessed day for the Nest Family.

    EaglesNest Junior Debate Team from the left Boikanyo Mohlake, Kgari Manotwane, Maxine Shai, Mpho Komape, Regaugetswe Ramolondi, Twyla Mashaba, Boitumelo Sehoana, Matsobane Lekalakala.

  • Eagles Gr 12 Agri learners

    Eagles Nest Christian School Gr 12 Agricultural Management Practice learners visited Mr Hannes De Lange’s farm on the 19th of April 2022 where the learners got hands-on practical experience of branding, vaccinating, disbudding and dipping animals. As the day proceeded learners got more and more confident working with cattle.  The experience also included information about breeding and the feeding programme of animals.


    Left to right 1st row: Rose Mokwena, Koketso Sethlare, Ndivho Bongwe, Vongani Sono, Palesa Masimene, Frank Shokane.

    Left to right 2nd row: Tshegofatso Mathabatha, Neptune Molaba, Tetelo Makhwiting, Paidamoyo Masanganise, Karabo Ndou, Nokuthula Masekoameng, Gift Tsebetsebe, Mahlogonolo Mathabatha, Malesela Mogotlane, Charis Simamba, Neo Sheea, Japhta Lepogo, Sir Bertie’s Father.

    Left to right 3rd row: Adel Chinyerere, Sir Bertie, Addon Chinyerere, Reboni Malope.

  • IEB Exams Results from 2021

    The outstanding performance of Eagles Nest in IEB IBT exams 2021. The following learners from Eagles Nest Christian School obtained certificates from IEB for outstanding performance in the IBT Bench Mark Test in Mathematics and English Home Language in 2021.

    Certificates Grade 6 IBT Photo From left to right

    • Mr Tichoana Kakumbo

    • Prosperity Mkhabele – Certificate of Distinction in Mathematics

    • Kutullo Ramonyai – Certificate of Distinction in Mathematics

    • Emmanuel Chuene – Certificate of Distinction in Mathematics

    • Neo Mosomane – Certificate of High Distinction in English

    • Ms Fiona Mhondiwa

    IBT Photo Grade 3 – first row from left to right

    • Alondwe Tshegofatjo Modisha – Certificate of High Distinction in Mathematics

    • (absentia) Ryan Shumba – Certificate of High Distinction in Mathematics Certificate of High Distinction in English• Rirhandzu Mashau – Certificate of High Distinction in Mathematics Certificate of High Distinction in English

    • Tumelo Maunatlala – Certificate of High Distinction in Mathematics Certificate of Distinction in English• Retang Madiba – Certificate of Distinction in English

    • (absentia) Lyla Mashaba – Certificate of Distinction in English

    • Rivoningo Matsimbi – Certificate of Distinction in English

    • Tshegofatso Maja – Certificate of Distinction in Mathematics

    • Keaoboka Nhonyama – Certificate of Distinction in Mathematics

    • Zori Matema Masekoameng – Certificate of High Distinction in English

    • Bohlale Mphonkone Seoloane – Certificate of High Distinction in English

    • Tinotendaishe Kudakwashe Shuro – Certificate of High Distinction

    2nd row Mrs Bridgette Wasema, Ms Jenette Nyathi, Mrs Patricia Sitimere, Mrs Edna Muswere.

  • Eagles Nest Executive Principal congrats to our athlete Musa Mbhalathi. 

    Eagles Nest Executive Principal congrats to our athlete Musa Mbhalathi. 

    Musa will be competing at SA national athletics (Germiston Athletics Stadium) in 110m hurdles. Our Lord will sustain you all the way, fly high all the way.

  • High School – Eagle`s Nest Sports Day

    Netball | Soccer | Table Tennis | Volleyball | Chess | Debate

  • Eagles TOP 10 Academic Awards Ceremony

    Eagles Nest Christian School had their top 10 High School merit awards on the 11th of February 2022. These learners were awarded the best 10 rankings per grade for 2021. Madzivhandila, Ndiwanga received the Educos Ambassador Award for Best Character.

    May be an image of 9 people, child and people standing
    Grade 8 – 2021
    1. Mashaba Twyla 85.2 %
    Ntsoane, Masetshaba R 85.2 %
    2. Rachidi, Kgethego Nesh 84.6 %
    3. Mphahlele, Letago 83 %
    4. Shai, Lethabo Maxine 81.6 %
    5. Ramulondi Regaugetswe Manawa 79.6 %
    6. Mampuru, Bonolo 78.7 %
    7. Wasema, Kulemya 77.3 %
    8. Lekalakala, Matsobane 77.2 %
    9. Komape, Mpho 77.1 %
    10. Maponga, Adriel N 73.8 %
    May be an image of 7 people, child and people standing
    Grade 9 – 2021
    1. Phiri, Ruth 84.9 %
    2. Makhafola, Kgetho Jnr 81.8 %
    Boshomane, Tshegofatso 81.8 %
    3. Kubai, Thato Malesela 80.6 %
    4. Phaka, Phethgego Mmakwena 79.2 %
    5. Makomva, Hailee 76.4 %
    6. Admassu, Sarah 76.3 %
    7. Mamabolo, Thuka Mmabotsha 76 %
    8. Chauke, Vukona 75.9 %
    9. Tamayi, Kathleen 75.3 %
    10. Nthlane Tumelo 74.5 %
    May be an image of 4 people, child and people standing
    Grade 10 – 2021
    1. Shibambu, Maze 87.9 %
    2. Madzivhandila, Ndiwanga A 87 %
    3. Makgola, Blessings 83.7 %
    4. Dhlakama, Tashinga 81 %
    5. Ntjie, Simphiwe Macheu 78.7 %
    6. Ramafoko, Ntshepe 78.1 %
    7. Maminingu, Ryan Tavonga77.6 %
    8. Raphela, Matswele M 77 %
    9. Moloantoa, Omphile 75.9 %
    10. Mokalapa, Mamoroke Lucy 73.9 %
    May be an image of 8 people, child and people standing
    Grade 11 – 2021
    1. Ndou Karabo Rachel 85 %
    2. Mudenga, Shalom Tariro 79.7 %
    3. Mohlahlana, Onthatile 78.6 %
    4. Mashaba, Orefile K 73 %
    5. Bayi, Rudzani 72.9 %
    6. Malatji, Letago 72 %
    7. Mkhabele, Sibusiso 70.6 %
    8. Mogotlane, Malesela 67.4 %
    9. Sono, Vongani 66.4 %
    10. Leshaba, Paballo Relebogile 66.1 %
    May be an image of 2 people and people standing
    Ndiwanga Madzivhindila received the Educos Ambassador Award for outstanding character
  • SACEE Debating League

    Polokwane – The first tournament of the South African Council for English Education (SACEE) Myngenoegen Debating League was held on Saturday, 05 February 2022, at Mitchell House.

    Eagle’s Nest Christian school was represented by four teams. Other schools that participated as well include PEPPS and Mitchell House.

    The tournament involved three rounds, and each round had a different motion or topic. Each motion is debated by two teams from opposing schools. One team agrees with the motion (proposition) and one team disagrees with the motion (opposition). The motion for the first round was “South Africa should become a cashless society.” Round two challenged the teams with the motion “Children should be given a monthly allowance” and round three opened Pandora’s box with the motion “Children under the age of 10 should be given mobile phones”. This was an unprepared motion, meaning the debaters did not have the opportunity to research nor prepare for the motion.

    All participating teams brought thought-provoking arguments to the table throughout the tournament. However, it was a team from Eagle’s Nest Christian School that reigned undefeated. The team won all three rounds they participated in. The other three teams each won one of the three rounds as well.

    Front: Murendeni Mufamadi
    Back: Mmaphiri Phiri; Coach Alicia Mmethi and Shalom Velempini
    Rukudzo Maromani; Alexandra Mmethi; Lunathi Male and Coach Alicia Mmethi
    Princess Chiendamunya, Isabella Maloney; Neo Mosamane and Coach Alicia Mmethi
    Front: Pheladi Mogajane
    Back: Mokgethwa Seerane; Coach Alicia Mmethi and Theto Ntlhane

  • Eagles TOP 10 Academic Awards Ceremony.

    Eagles Nest Christian School had their top 10 merit awards on the 10 of February 2022. These learners were awarded the best 10 rankings per grade for 2021.

    (Front from left to right) Letlotlo Selepe, Bohlale Seloane, Faith Netshilonga.
    (Middle) Thimologo Ntsoko, Thepang Sethemane, Rirhandzu Mashau, Lyla Mashaba.
    (Back from left to right) Ms Pheladi Chuene, Tinotenda Shuro, Rivoningo Matsimbi.
    (Front from left to right) Kinson Salas, Khotso Sheea, Khanyisa Mlondobozi, Ditheto Mphalele.
    (Middle) Baholofedi Molepo, Koti Mehale, Arielle Hyera
    (Back from left to right) Madiga Lebea, Tlhompho Maribana, Ms. Siphilisiwe Kakumbo, Destiny Nkala.
    (Front from left to right) Pheladi Mogajane, Thoriso Manzini, Alexandra Methie, Noko Maphotho, Morongwa Rakgoale, Michael van den Berg.
    (Middle) Deklin Mare, Kirsten Mckenzie, Anakona Ramalata, Mutshidzi Netshishivhe, Muano Ndou, Tshilidzi Muvhango.
    (Back from left to right) Xihlenga Nkuzana, Mr. Mac van den Berg (Principal), Ms. Elsa van den Berg, Ms. Susan Chiutsi.
    (Front from left to right) Malose Ledwaba, Nakedi Rangongo, Kutullo Ramonyai, Bokang Ramohlale.
    (Middle) Rukudzo Maromani, Rendani Mashau, Neo Mosomane, Prosperity Mkabele.
    (Back from left to right) Mr. Tichaona Kakumbo, Princess Chiendamunyama, Martha Dube, Mr. Zhak Maloney

  • EAGLES Gr 1 and Gr 8 Inauguration

    Eagle Nest Christian School grade 1 and Grade 8 learners’ inauguration was held on 7 February 2022. The Eagle Bell was ringing 3 times by new Grade 1 and Grade 8 learners to dedicate their year to the Lord. This tradition will continue every year.

    The 3 rings of the bell represent the following:

    1. Trust in God with all your Heart Isaiah 40:31

    2. Acknowledge God in all your ways Proverbs 3:5

    3. Love the Lord your God with all your heart. Luke 10:27

    The Bell ringing ceremony will be a continuous tradition for all new Grade 1 and Grade 8 entering, and All Grade 7 and Grade 12 learners finishing their school career.

    Tshepiso Sebeya and Mrs. Sebeya
    Atlengna Mathole and Mrs Nicolene
    Mufunwa Mafenya
    Princess Phalane and Mrs Phalane
  • Ironwood Athletics

    Eagle’s Nest Christian Primary school WON the Ironwood Independent Primary school Athletics meeting out of 8 schools!! 👏🥳Thank you, Lord!