Window on Wembley

2015-08-26 06:01

IGCSE and AS level results. We have received the results of the last May-June CIE examinations and are proud of our pupils and all what they achieved.

As it stands we already have nine Bachelors passes (exemption for university­) in our matric group, the most Wembley College has ever had, and this month before the results of other examination board are even available.

By writing these examinations we not only give our pupils the chance to lighten the load of their October-November examinations, but also the chance to improve upon the results they attained during the May-June session. Wembley College congratulates the following pupils on their results thus far:

AS level (Bachelors passes)

Divakasha Aheer

Belinda Köhne

Hermien Steyn (2 As)

Ceyanne Scott (1 A)

Byron Cooper

Neliswa Nene

Simpiwe Madonsela

Kwezi Mhkize (1 A)

Caleb Schneider (1 A)

IGCSE Level

Ross Goble (3 As)

Megan Meyer (3 As)

Saurav Aheer (1 A)

Sêjal Moonsammy (3 As)

The Grade 4 class had an informative outing to the Greytown Water Treatment Plant. Pupils were amazed by the variety of processes the water has to go through before it is fit for consumption. This outing also helped pupils understand our dire need for water and the importance of saving this precious resource when and where we can.

Mr Munessar did a great job of showing pupils around the plant and teaching them many things about our water system. Thank you to Mrs Munessar­, Mrs Barber and Mr Sayed for helping with transport.

We are happy to announce that Mr Jackson has brought “touch typing” into the SP phase. Please encourage your child to practise at home as it is an internet-based programme.

On Wednesday, 12 August, Wembley hosted an SP and HS tag rugby day on the main oval. Thank you to all the boys who came for a run, we had a great time.

We hope to see a lot more of you at the next event.

Joshua and Matthew Cope took part in the Eston Tala 18km cycle on Sunday 2 August. Both boys did exceptionally well, with Matthew being the youngest entrant to the 18km, finishing strong with a big smile on his face

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