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2016-02-03 06:00
Wembley College Cambridge Checkpoint Senior Primary top achievers.

Wembley College Cambridge Checkpoint Senior Primary top achievers.

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LAST October, our then Grade 6 class, wrote the Cambridge Primary Checkpoint exams in maths and English. This was our first external English exam and our first time in the Grade 6 school year.

Well done to the class who managed an average of 72% in English and 83% in maths.

The following pupils obtained an average of more than 83% in English and/or maths: English: Nkosi Dlamini, Mayenzi Maphanga, Brent Bown, Amoré van Rooyen, Jack Yeadon and Joshua Bloemink

Maths: Brent Bown, Joshua Bloemink, Nkosi Dlamini, Leah Tedder, Mayenzi Mapanga, Sarah Barber, Bruce Cotterrell, Qaphela Mzila, Emma Swanepoel, Amoré van Rooyen, JJ van Zuydam and Jack Yeadon.

Good luck to Leah Tedder, Nkosi Dlamini, Jack Yeadon and Qaphela Mzila who are participating in the U13 tennis trials at Kershaw Park this week.

On Friday, 22 January Grade 4 pupils and Form 1 pupils spent a wonderful afternoon playing games together and having lots of fun. The afternoon was organised and facilitated by the Form 1 class and this helped the two grades to get to know each other better in a more social environment.

Cricket vs Howick, Wembley U9 won by 9 wickets. U11 lost by 34 runs. U13 A won by 95 runs.

U13 A tennis vs Howick 3 won 36-0, U13B vs Longmarket won 24-0. 1st team girls’ tennis vs Voortrekker won 6-0.

Second team boys’ tennis vs Wartburg lost 15-3.

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