Future Teachers` Academy Western Province Preparatory

Future Teachers’
Western Province
Preparatory School
2015 Academy
Tamryn Saunders
Zola Mtiwetafa
Brent Wienand
Sean Adair
Edward Ntaka
Adrian Louw
Zine Dwane
• Zine Dwane, originally from
East London, completed her
schooling in Cape Town,
where she matriculated from
Sinethemba Senior Secondary
School in 2003.
• She is currently studying a
BPrimEd (Foundation Phase)
through UNISA.
• She works as Grade NA
classroom assistant.
Lusenathi Ham
• Lusenathi Ham is a Caledonian
and matriculated from LEAP
Science and Maths school in
• He is currently studying a
BPrimEd through UNISA and
assists the science
department as a lab
• He coaches rugby and cricket
as well as having regular
boarding house duties.
Luke Maseseri
• Luke joined the Academy in
• Luke is originally from
Zimbabwe and is currently
playing U21 rugby for
• He will be studying a BCom.
Lups Tuswa
• Lups matriculated from
Stutterheim High School and
is currently studying a
• Lups has proven to be a great
role model and now plays a
vital role in the pastoral and
administrative life of the
• He coaches cricket and rugby
as well as having the enviable
task of being in charge of
school photographs.
• He runs the athletics
programme and is also our
cricket administrator.
Previous Graduates
• Morgan matriculated from
Woodridge College as
headboy in 2009.
• He spent a year working at a
school in England before he
completed a BCom Sports
Management degree at
NMMU in Port Elizabeth.
• Morgan is currently
registered at UNISA, and is
due to complete his PGCE in
Jayson Edwards
• Jayson attended SACS and
joined the programme at the
beginning of 2013.
• He is currently in his third year
of BPrimEd.
• Jayson coached rugby and
• Jayson has moved on to SACS
Leon Heavyside
• Leon Heavyside hales from
Pietermaritzburg. He
matriculated in 1992. Leon
started at WPPS in 2006 as a
security officer, and joined the
Academy at the beginning of
• He is currently in the fourth
year of his BPrimEd.
• Leon has had a massive impact
on the IT department and his
role as lab technician is
• He also coaches rugby and
Amy King
• Amy has completed her
undergrad and holds her
honours in psychology from
• She joined the programme in
2013 and intends completing
her PGCE in two years.
• She originates from the
Eastern Cape.
Sarah Hofmeyr
• Sarah Hofmeyr grew up, and
was schooled, in Switzerland.
• She then followed her
parents to Cape Town, and
studied criminology and
psychology at UCT.
• After several years she
pursued her dream of
becoming a primary school
teacher and joined the
programme in 2014.
• She completed her PGCE in a
single year.
• She takes up a position at
Herzlia in 2015.
Thabo Lesoro
• Thabo Lesoro joined the
Academy in 2013.
• Thabo attend Graham College
in the Eastern Cape and
worked as sports coach and
part-time Xhosa teacher at the
• Thabo is currently in his first
year of BPrimEd
Previous Graduates
• Dora Sintu (BEd Honours)
(Xhosa speacialist G1 to 4) and
Ngcingci Mseleku.
• Both Dora and Ngcingci are
pervious graduates from a
precursor to the Academy
Class of 2010
• Warren Viljoen and Craig
Connellan both completed
their PGCE degrees at the end
of 2010.
• Warren, who was vibrant
member of our Academy,
returned to WPPS as a Grade 4
teacher in 2014
• Craig joined the Wetpups Staff
in 2011, as our history
Class of 2011
• Glenn Jones completed his
PGCE in 2011 and joined the
WPPS staff in January 2012 as
a science and maths teacher.
• Brad Emslie likewise
completed his degree in 2011
and left the Western Cape to
take up a post in the Eastern
Cape at Kings College.
Class of 2012
• Kate joined the programme at
the beginning of 2012 and
completed her PGCE in a year.
• She applied for and is
currently working at
Underberg School in KZN.
Class of 2013
• Lorne King completed his
BPrimEd in 2013 and left to
pursue his lifelong dream of
travelling the world.
• Tamsyn Young completed her
studies, a BA (English and
Criminology) during the course
of 2013.
Kim Beattie, originally from
Zimbabwe, is currently
completing a BPrimEd through
UNISA. She, however,
expressed her desire to return
to Zimbabwe and did so in
June 2013. She continues with
her studies.

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