Headmaster's Newsletters

Stay in the loop with school news and messages from our Headmaster, Eswee Prinsloo. 

Headmaster’s Newsletter – 22 October 2021

Headmaster’s Newsletter – 22 October 2021

Dear Clifton Parents, Surrounding yourself with positive people is often recognized as one of the key components of living a happy and meaningful life. This sentiment is certainly not reserved for adults only. In the lives of our children, let us never underestimate...

Headmaster’s Newsletter – 15 October 2021

Headmaster’s Newsletter – 15 October 2021

Dear Clifton Parents, Taking a step back and just admiring our beautiful Clifton campus this week, I am reminded of the “insignificant” people in our school. The people behind the scenes that are almost invisible but yet ensure that the school presents at its very...

Headmaster’s Newsletter – 08 October 2021

Headmaster’s Newsletter – 08 October 2021

Dear Clifton Parents, The Natal Midlands certainly is known for its ability to expose its residents to all four seasons in one day. Just as we think that today might be the start of summer, we are treated with cold, wet, winter weather! However, over the past week, I...

Headmaster’s Newsletter – 01 October 2021

Headmaster’s Newsletter – 01 October 2021

Dear Clifton Parents, Welcome back to an action packed final term of 2021. A special welcome to our Grade 7 families, who will enter the last phase of their special journey at this incredible school. May it be filled with fun, enthusiasm and a love for being alive....

Headmaster’s Diary – 18 September 2021

Headmaster’s Diary – 18 September 2021

Dear Parents, Reflecting on the past seven weeks almost leaves me with a sense of premature nostalgia. I am overwhelmed by the incredible welcome into this unique community, with the beautiful Clifton Notties campus sitting right in the middle - almost like a beacon...

Headmaster’s Newsletter – 10 September 2021

Headmaster’s Newsletter – 10 September 2021

Dear Clifton Parents, The very definition of a hero, is someone who is able to ignore his or her own needs, or comfort for the sake of meeting the needs of someone else. This past week I have witnessed many acts of heroism in and around our Clifton campus. People who...