Wickets Must Fall!

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L-R: Viwe Ndlovu, Thomas Prentice, Alvis Zondi
Laddsworth Primary School played cricket fixtures against Clarendon Primary School over the weekend, Viwe Ndlovu, Under 9B, took 5 wickets for 8 runs on Friday 17 November. Thomas Prentice, Under 9A, took 5 wickets for 9 runs and Alvis Zondi, Second Team, took 5 wickets for 15 runs on Saturday 18 November 2017.

American Acamemy of Ballet Performance Awards

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L-R: Jenna Goddard, Camilla Conway, Jessica Conway, Amy Goddard
The American Academy of Ballet Performance Awards was held on 15 November 2017, at the Hexagon Theatre in Pietermaritzburg. Jenna Goddard and Jessica Conway, both Grade Six pupils at Laddsworth Primary School, received Silver certificates with distinction for Level 7 Ballet. Amy Goddard, a Grade Four pupil, received a Gold Certificate for Level 5 Ballet and Camilla Conway, a Grade One pupil, received a Silver certificate for Level 2 Ballet.

Laddsworth Karate Pupils

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Laddsworth pupils took part in Karate Grading in Howick on Sunday 5 November 2017. Michael Finch, Grade 6, was awarded his blue belt, Tegra Kakudji, Grade 4, her orange belt and Leyton Kruger, Grade 7, his green belt.

Spreading the Christmas Cheer

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Laddsworth Primary School collected crayon sets, toy cars, skipping ropes, balls, stationery and toiletries for the Siyabonga Centre.
Mrs Pat Kanzler joined us at Assembly on Monday, 6 November for the handover of donated items from the school. These items will be distributed to the children that they look after, at the Siyabonga Centre.
We are proud to support the Siyabonga Centre and help spreading a little Christmas cheer.

Laddsworth pupil accepted to TuksSport High School

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Luyanda Mbanjwa, a Grade 7 pupil at Laddsworth Primary School, has been accepted at the TuksSport High School in Pretoria. The school forms part of the High Performance Centre (HPC), of the University of Pretoria. This specialised school allows current and potential high performance athletes to train and travel internationally, while still staying in school. Luyanda’s soccer talent was one of the contributing factors to him being accepted at the school.
Well done Luyanda we wish you success for the future.