As a parent at Treverton, I always observed the ‘happy’ staff at the school, and hoped that one day I could may become one of them! It happened in 2004, when our children were old enough not to be taught by their mother! Then I was the grade 2 teacher, it became such a huge privilege to observe the growth and development in the lives of these little people! Often I will say to parents, how I wish that they could be there to share the ‘WOW ‘ moments with us. Besides classroom teaching, I have also loved being part of the senior girls tennis team! Tennis is one if my passions and we had many happy trips to tennis matches. 
 
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I am Lynne Butler and I have worked at Treverton for almost 30 years. I started out as a house mother at the Prep for 3 years, then moved over to the bursar’s office as debtors clerk and started helping out with admissions.
 
Since 2015, I have been the College Secretary and Admissions Officer. I am getting to know the College pupils first hand as I sit in the reception area at the College.
 
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I started working at Treverton in 2020, but my journey began when I first came to the school to play rugby fixtures a few years ago and ever since then, I have enjoyed the campus and the experiences that come along with it. I enjoy working as an intern here, and I can say that Treverton has made me want to become a teacher and has given me a strong foundation. I have met amazing people here who have opened my eyes to a larger world, which I am always so thankful for. 
 
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As a little girl, I always wanted to become a teacher, so I am grateful that my wish came true!
 
My husband and I both work at Treverton and are currently in our twelfth year here
Two things that I am appreciative of in my workplace are: that I get to witness the beautiful and clear changing of the seasons here, as well as the fact that I get to share “gospel moments” with my colleagues and the children in my care.
 
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My name is Reece Johnson and I arrived at Treverton in 2018 after finishing Matric in 2017 in Gauteng.
 
I started working at the Prep and then moved over to the College in 2020. I am studying a Bachelor of Education through UNISA and have been given the opportunity to teach Mathematics, Technology and Business Studies.
 
I have grown a lot during my time here and it has been an amazing opportunity for me. I have made a lot of close friends, some have become like family. It really is a special, adventurous place to be.
 
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Wife to Andy and mom of 5, now a Gran to a beautiful little fellow. I started at Treverton in 2014. I applied when a friend mentioned that the school was needing a Registered Nurse at the College. I really didn’t expect to be offered the job, but the Lord opened the door, and it was the right season for change. School nursing brings it’s challenges, but I can truly say that no day is ever the same and there are so many delightful and humorous stories… like “Livebait” who was accidentally caught by an enthusiastic fishing friend, being the biggest ‘thing’ caught that season. I love the interaction with the pupils, from the preppies to those starting to stretch their wings. Treverton is a safe and nurturing environment, and it is a delight to see pupils growing into confident, respectful adults.
 
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Congratulations to Daniel Jonck and his team member who now rank 2nd in KwaZulu-Natal after the recent Sailing Provincials. Daniel has also ranked top junior at the club and proudly shows the trophy of achievement. He received a shield and certificate for his achievements and dedication to sailing.

The club sadly, doesn’t let winners keep their trophy for the year, however, Daniel will be presented with the trophy at assembly this week. 


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Hi I’m Josh Marsden. I was blessed with opportunity to join the Treverton family at the start of the second term 2019. I absolutely love people, adventures and being active. One thing Treverton has helped me develop is a huge passion for the outdoors. It’s a huge part of the culture here. Grateful for the friends I’ve made and super awesome kids.

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I think that working at Treverton is like being in paradise ! (Most of the time) God’s splendour and majesty are evident all around us in His magnificent creation. I would have loved to be a famous explorer and adventurer – but every day is an adventure here. When I’m not busy, a good braai with friends and family or a decent cup of coffee are things I appreciate. And the occasional remote country road on my motorbike…
 
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My name is Nkosentsha (Douglas) Mchunu, I am a Groom at Treverton Equestrian Centre. I was born in Ixopo, and moved to Mooi River in 1991, to work on a dairy farm. I started working for Mr. Bebb in 1993, working in his garden and from there moved to Treverton in 1999.
I learnt everything I know about horses, my favourite horse here is Jungle Bear. I do more than just care for the horses, I help with the building Showjumping and Cross country courses which I enjoy. My favourite horse here is Jungle Bear.


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My journey started in 2000 at Kiddies Corner, where I worked as an Assistant and a Cleaner. In 2004 Treverton bought Kiddies Corner and I was given the opportunity to spend more time in the classroom, helping the teachers and interacting more with the children. I would like to say thank you to Mr Bob Reynolds for giving me this opportunity and for pushing me in the right direction.  If it wasn’t for him and his encouraging words, I might still be working as an assistant. In 2015 Mark Chaperon trusted me enough to let me have my own class, even though I was still studying. Today I’m a qualified teacher. I did my B.Ed at Unisa and what a journey it was!  Being a single mom, working and studying, wasn’t easy.  There were times when I felt like giving up.  Having people like Debbie Schulze helping me when I was clueless and didn’t know what I was doing, was wonderful.  To Neliswa Nhlangulela, Mama Mdluli and Mr Huggett for believing in me when I doubted myself, thank you. I have learnt a lot at Treverton.  It has been a place that has allowed me to grow and most importantly, achieve my dream.  I’ve worked with so many kind and friendly staff, who treated me like their daughter, sister, friend and family. I love my job and working with little children so much, what a blessing!

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From as far back as I can remember I have wanted to teach. My teddies, dolls, younger brother and cousins were all unable to escape the pedagogy! I even set tests and exams and marked them, if only I’d known…

I had the privilege of home-schooling my three children for 8 years, of which time I do not regret a single second.

My journey with Treverton began nine years ago when my eldest started in Grade 4. Never did I imagine that I’d start my Treverton career (in 2019) as a librarian, a very noisy one at that. Between teaching library lessons you would find me in a garden, secateurs in my hand and leaves in my hair! At the ripe ‘older’ age of 44, I finally became a REAL, legit Grade 7 class teacher, SACE registered and all. This year I have had the privilege of teaching 15 pubescent young people and being taught by them in return, yes, that is possible!

Teaching is not a job or career, although it is stated as such after the word occupation, on many a document. It’s a calling that is embedded deep within a heart. I thank God that He has placed this calling on my life. My prayer is that He would use me to His glory.

Would you call me a nerd if I told you how excited I am to go to ‘work’ everyday?

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