An inauguration fit for a ‘King’

Head prefects, Gabriel Badenhorst, Gabriela van Staden, Onthatile Seane, and Brendan van Wyk look to do their school proud. Photo: Supplied

In a recent moving ceremony at The King’s School West Rand, the school’s new prefects for 2017–2018 were inaugurated.

Onthatile Seane is The King’s School West Rand new head girl for 2018. Photo: Supplied

The school emphasised that they were seeking leaders who would lead from a place of being faithful followers of Christ and the values espoused by the school. The prefects repeated a pledge that indicated their commitment to serving the school by reflecting the values of the ‘King’ and being representatives of the school’s mission on 24 August.

Gabriel Badenhorst is The King’s School West Rand new deputy head boy for 2018. Photo: Supplied

The ceremony ended with great excitement as the head prefects were announced amid rousing applause from the rest of the school and some sound advice from the outgoing head boy, Kyle Cloete.

Brendan Van Wyk is The King’s School West Rand new head boy for 2018. Photo: Supplied

The new head prefects are Gabriel Badenhorst (deputy head boy), Gabriela van Staden (deputy head girl), Brendan van Wyk (head boy) and Onthatile Seane (head girl).

Gabriela van Staden is The King’s School West Rand new deputy head girl for 2018. Photo: Supplied

Principal Ken Langley commended the new prefects and expressed his confidence in them, while the prefects’ parents pinned on their badges. The school wishes this group of leaders an exciting journey ahead as God shapes them in His service.

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