Laddsworth Primary School participated in the School Library Excellence Awards (SLEA) programme. The school’s Media Centre was adjudicated by officials from the Provincial Department of Education office. Mrs Houghting, had to present a case study of the school’s Media Centre at the Awards Ceremony in Pietermaritzburg on Thursday 12 October 2017. Laddsworth was placed 1st in KwaZulu-Natal in the Urban Primary Schools section.
Well done Luke!
Well done Ross!
The Laddsworth First Team Soccer Girls took part in the Bisley Soccer Festival on Saturday, 16 September 2017, at Bisley Park Primary School. The First team lost to Bisley in the Final, which ended in a sudden death penalty shoot-out,
Jordyn Wood was awarded ‘Best Player of the Festival’ and was presented with a soccer ball.
Mr Sihle Nxumalo was named ‘Best Coach of the Season’ and was awarded a trophy.
Laddsworth pupils; Cameron Heafield, Grade 5; Ella Shuttleworth, Grade 5; Thomas Truter, Grade 6 and James Beyrooti, Grade 7 have been awarded KZN Umgungundlovu Junior Schools Swimming colours.
Well done to our swimmers!
Well done Ruth!
L-R: Ellen Oosthuizen, Leah Stewart, Jodi Moreno, Nothile Zondi
The Laddsworth A Athletics Team participated at the Pelham Classic Inter-Schools Meeting on Saturday, 02 September 2017.
A few members of the team did extremely well:
Jodi Moreno broke the Under 10 - 1200m record
Ellen Oosthuizen equaled the record for the Under 10 – High Jump
Nothile Zondi came first in Under 11 Shot Put
Leah Stewart came first in the Under 11 1200m
The Laddsworth B Athletics Team did extremely well at the Northern Park Inter-Schools Meeting on Saturday, 02 September in Pietermaritzburg.
Irie-Mae Bailey broke the Under 8 – 50m record.
Prizes and Certificates were awarded to the following pupils:
Sam Wessels : Under 7 – 75m
Irie-Mae Bailey : Under 7 – 75m
Isobel Armstrong : Under 10 – 1200m
Mark Conway : Under 12 - 1200m
Camryn Heafield : Under 13 – 1200m
Victrix Ludorum Under 11: Camryn Heafield
Well done to the Laddsworth team on their fine efforts.
Shot Put Boys Under 10 – Justin Scott (Kudu) – Distance 7.20m
Shot Put Girls Under 11 – Nothile Zondi (Duiker) – Distance 8.44m
High Jump Boys Under 9 – Stuart Temple (Kudu)- Height 1.09m
High Jump Girls Under 10 – Ellen Oosthuizen (Oribi) – Height 1.21m
150m Boys Under 9 – Michael Benadie (Duiker) – Time 24.91
1200m Girls Under 10 – Jodi Moreno (Nyala) – Time 4m 30.75
Well done to all our pupils who took part.
Well done to our Water Explorers, we are very proud of you all.
Abagility teaches addition, subtraction, multiplication and division based on Japanese abacus mathematics techniques. Two papers were written, one using an abacus and a second paper using “anzan’ which is mental arithmetic.
Tessa Moreno, Grade 2, was awarded the Champion of Champions trophy, attaining the highest mark for her level.
Jodi Moreno, Grade 4, was awarded the Champion of Champions trophy for her module. This is the fourth consecutive year that Jodi has received this award. Jodi furthered her achievements by being placed 2nd overall in the Millions and Billions Dictation Challenge, and 3rd overall in the Advanced Anzan Dictation Challenge.
Both girls have also been chosen to represent KZN in the Nationals Championship to be held in Gauteng in October.