Copenhagen House

Copenhagen House Logo
Copenhagen House Mascot

We strive to be a house which is noted for warmth and caring – a home from home.

When we feel at home, we know that we belong. To us, red symbolizes the very fact that we are a house with a heart. Through our unity and support of each other, we derive enormous strength and combined with our individual and unique talents we can and do achieve great things.

Our motto for the past few years has been a quote from Dr. Seuss:

Today you are You, that is truer than true.
There is no one alive who is Youer than you.
Be who you are and say what you feel,
because those who mind don't matter
and those who matter don't mind.

The mascot is Elmo, a character from “Sesame Street”.

A few thoughts:

Copenhagen is…
… where I can be myself in my tutor group.
…where I make lifelong friends.
…where we strive to serve others.
…where I recharge my batteries.
…where I laugh and cry and realise that I have a lot of sisters.

Head of Copenhagen House & Matric Leaders

Aasiyah Saffodien

Aasiyah Saffodien

Head of House - Copenhagen
Mariné Bosch

Mariné Bosch

Matric Leader - Copenhagen
Ciara Birch

Ciara Birch

Matric Leader - Copenhagen
Kimber Jacobs

Kimber Jacobs

Matric Leader - Copenhagen
Frances Barrow

Frances Barrow

Matric Leader - Copenhagen

Copenhagen House Class Tutors

Emdon Leila

Emdon Leila

Educator

Faller Noeline

Faller Noeline

House Coordinator - Copenhagen

Furstenburg, Samantha

Furstenburg, Samantha

Educator

Moerat Nazeeba

Moerat Nazeeba

Educator

Verster Megan

Verster Megan

Educator

Copenhagen House Stories

You're officially part of us: welcome to our Grade Eights

On 23 January our Grade Eights were formally welcomed to the school as Wynberg girls.

23 January 2017

Pokemon challenge with Wellesley

19 August 2016

Don't Worry Be Yoncé - Silverlea House Challenge

11 March 2016

Copenhagen Challenge - domestic gymnastics!

5 February 2016

Grade 8 Pledge Ceremony - January 2016

On 26 January our Grade Eights were formally welcomed to the school as Wynberg girls. The ceremony is a rite of passage affirming their role in the school, their houses and their tutor group. Parents are invited to witness this significant moment.

26 January 2016