Communication is the transferring of information
from one entity to another. It is commonly defined as ‘the
imparting or interchange of thoughts, opinions, or information
by speech, writing or signs’. Although there is such a thing
as one-way communication, it is better perveived as a two-way
process in which there is an exchange and progression of thoughts,
feelings or ideas (energy) towards a mutually accepted goal or
direction (information) between interested parties.
At Camps Bay High School our communication structure provides
links between home, community, the public and our school. Communication
is this process whereby all the information from the school is
packaged and channeled to these bodies via some medium. We welcome
your feedback and interaction in this communication structure
This CBHS website, launched in 2010, links
to a vast amount of information about the School via a complete
online social network where the school posts articles, news, results,
photos and quick messages. This is the central hub where all ways
of communication of the school come together as one.
The CBHS Blogspot contains information
that changes more frequently. Articles include notification of
forthcoming events, reports on recent activities and links to
albums of photos on our Flickr photo site. Visit
the CBHS Blogspot here.
CBHS ON TWITTER
The CBHS Twitter feed communicates
up-to-the-minute tweets about forthcoming and recent events, such
as venue information and sports results. Visit
CBHS on Twitter here.
CBHS ON FLICKR
All the photographs of CBHS activities
are stored here, categorised under Academic, Sport, Culture and
Events. The CBHS Blogspot links to these collections for any event
where photos were taken. Visit
the CBHS Flickr page here.
CBHS ON FACEBOOK
We make use of the extensive networking
possibilities of Facebook, linking to friends of the school worldwide.
Visit CBHS on Facebook here.