Cultural pursuits enable many pupils to express themselves. Participating in 'the Arts' ensures that an individual grows and learns. The intrinsic benefits of involvement in the arts experience are often aesthetically and aurally pleasing, and the captivation of this experience is most often viewed as having a private and personal meaning to the individual. It is the College's belief that cultural education and participation is part of the holistic development of each individual.
Beaulieu College offers a wide range of activities under the Cultural banner, with our aim of appealing to the wide and varying personalities and skill sets of our pupils.
Pupils take part in events organised at school, enter competitions internally and externally; and where the activity affords it, against other schools.
Culture is the specialness and the everydayness of things. It's who we are on special occasions, what we wear, eat and do on any given day. Wheter we wear saris, rugby jerseys, amashoba, doeks, pleats, kilts, t-shirts or liputa, this is who we are. We should celebrate our diversity without judgment or comparison.
On the 22 September 2017 Beaulieu College celebrated its Heritage Day. Our two themes were: culture is everyday and special days; no one lives in one box. There is room for everyone under the African sun, and for everyone under the Beauliey College roof.
Our Term 1 cultural activities are as follows:
Our Term 2 cultural activities are as follows:
Our Term 3 cultural activities are as follows:
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