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2017-03-29 06:03
The KZN Youth Choir perform at Wembley College.

The KZN Youth Choir perform at Wembley College.

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WEMBLEY College hosted its annual family fun day on Saturday, 18 March. Approximately 200 parents, pupils and family members arrived to enjoy the perfect weather and fun and games provided throughout the day.

Eight swimmers took up the challenge of the swimathon and received sponsorships for swimming lengths non-stop for two hours. Well done to Tayla Porée for swimming 260 lengths - a total of 6.5km.

A number of different games and sports were enjoyed by parents and pupils, including a competition of fetching coins from the bottom of the pool, jumping castles, rounders, pool noodle hockey, tag rugby and four rounds of bingo.

Following all the activities, parents used the braai facilities to enjoy a hearty meal together as a family. We would like to thank everyone who came to the event and made it a fun-filled day.

Thank you also to S & Z Inflatables for the jumping castles as well as Mascor and Wembley College for the prizes they donated.

Our gratitude also goes to the parents and friends of Wembley who supported KZN Youth Choir Concert, a worthwhile cultural experience in our Aloe Hall.

We are proud of our five Wembley pupils who are members and gaining enormous musical and social experience through this choir and their performances.

We would also like to thank the senior primary choir who started the evening off with their enthusiastic singing.

This term Grade 1 pupils have focused on the theme “occupation”s. We therefore visited Medha’s dad, Vishay, at the Aheers Build and Save last Friday, 17 March.

It was an exciting day with many different stops. The children had the opportunity to observe how they move extremely heavy loads using the crane-truck, how to mix different paint colours and they saw how they duplicate keys.

The children also saw where they store their building material and how they use a TLB to move the materials around. There was so much to see, from glass-cutting to wood work, Aheers Build and Save had it all.

We would like to thank Mr V. Aheer and all who were part of this informative excursion. We truly had an amazing time. Thank you for the treats and the fun we had.

Wembley College thanks Plennegy for their generous sponsorship of the cricket tops that were given to each one of our players who went on the cricket tour to Kimberley during the mid-term break.

Good looking uniforms on these tours always add value to the positive morale of the players. Your continuous support towards the school and our pupils is greatly appreciated.

We would like to also use this opportunity to thank Mrs Dot Corbishley for her time and energy spent in organising all of these sponsored items of clothing.


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