Window on Wembley

2016-08-03 06:00
On Saturday 23 July, the high-school tennis squads took part in a doubles clinic, hosted by Natalie Grandin and Gary Comins, professional coaches from Durban. Under them, lots of fun was had, and most importantly, excellent skills were taught. Thank you to Mr Fischer, Mrs Muna and the board who made this day possible.

On Saturday 23 July, the high-school tennis squads took part in a doubles clinic, hosted by Natalie Grandin and Gary Comins, professional coaches from Durban. Under them, lots of fun was had, and most importantly, excellent skills were taught. Thank you to Mr Fischer, Mrs Muna and the board who made this day possible.

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BOTH the junior and senior primary phases were treated to a power-saving talk from Eskom on Tuesday, 26 July. This talk taught pupils the importance of spreading the word about power alert and that you can see the power alert on your TV.
When the alert is green you should switch off all unnecessary lights. If it is orange switch off geyser and pool pumps, and if red all of these, plus appliances not in use. When the power alert meter shows black then, unfortunately, we experience load shedding.

Wembley Old Pupils have again participated in the local league and we have been fortunate to have two pupils participating in the men’s team - Michael Chiazzari and Marc Barber.
They have both proved to be invaluable members of our team with Michael scoring two goals throughout the season and Marc holding steady at both right half and link positions.
The team agree that having the two young men participating in the league was great for the team and for them as players as they were able to improve their skills.

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