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2002 Peterhouse Girls Speech Day

Sue Davidson’s First Address

Guest of Honour, Mrs. Tessa Mattinson, the Rector and Mrs. Calderwood, governors, invited guests, parents and girls of Peterhouse; I welcome you to our annual Speech Day and Prize Giving.

Most of you will remember Rudyard Kipling's poem 'If'. It starts:

'If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs ................ .............'

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2002 Peterhouse Girls Hockey Tour to Cape Town

23 April 6 may 2002

Touring Team:
Donna-Leigh Ackerman, Tamryn Bailey, Susan Cloete, Breanna Curtis, Rutendo Hatendi
Emma Jackson, Kirsten Marx, Ngaatengwe Mataswa, Nicola Pattison, Kirsty Querl
Angela Raynor (Captain), Geraldine Raynor, Karen Speight, Rosanne Thornycroft
Miss S. Barrington (Coach)
Mrs. S.M. Davies (Manager)

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2002 Peterhouse Boys Year in Profile

HOUSEMASTERS in 2002
The housemasters of the houses are:
Ellis - Jim Redfern
Founders - David Makwindi/Chris Nyazika
Grinham - John Barrie
Malvern - Grant Sinclair
Paget - Brian Foakes
Snell - Andy Griggs
Tinokura - Paul Davis

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2002 Peterhouse Boys Speech Day

Jon Calderwood’s First Address

Mr Chairman, Mr Fuller, Governors, Ladies and Gentlemen.

It gives me great pleasure to welcome you here today and to welcome our Guest of Honour, Ross Fuller, and his wife Riette.
Speech Day has become the most important day in the Peterhouse calendar, and so it should be, for today we acknowledge those who have excelled during this year.

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2001 Rugby Tour to Dubai

April 2001

The First XI was invited to take part in a tour of Dubai . The coach Reg Querl reports:

Our trip to Dubai was fantastic, we were invited to play in the festival there which is growing each year and next year they would like it to take the form of a tournament. This year it was eight sides. One from the Arabian Gulf, Cresent from Ireland, RGS Newcastle, Colstons from the UK, Llandovery from Wales, Rotarua from New Zealand and Boland Agricultural from South Africa.

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