Window on Wembley

2017-04-19 06:00

WEMBLEY College would like to thank Mr Stevan Wilken from Face First Media for his sponsorship of 610kg gym weights and accessories.

Your generous input and support of the school sport programme is of great value as this opens new doors for Wembley College to excel.

This equipment will be used to start strength and conditioning programmes with our senior high school players that will enable us to take another step towards becoming a school that is worthy of admiration on the sports field.

A highlight of the first term is the Black and White Ball where the matrics get a chance to show off with their attire.

Last week Friday we hosted our formal function in the Aloe hall attended by our high school and friends from neighbouring schools. A total of 110 tickets was sold for this magnificent evening. Our theme this year was Midnight Forest and our Form 5s excelled in their task by transforming our hall into a real forest with stars glistening in the dark. 

The night started off with heavy rain, but that did not discourage our matrics who arrived in style - from a Mustang from the late 1940s to the latest, top-of-the-range Mercedes-Benz. The 13 pupils with their dates looked stunning in their night gowns and formal suits.  

The night started off with formal photos being taken and the rain did not dampen our spirits. Everyone sat down for a two-course meal. Our head prefects opened the dance floor with the rest of the school following soon after to start the party.

Music played until late into the night and every pupil had a blast on the dance floor.

A big thanks to every parent who contributed to the success of our evening, by working endless hours in transforming our hall and those who had to dig deep into their pockets. It was a memorable evening that will be the topic of many conversations this term.

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