NEWS LETTER 12 October 2018


26 Waterberg Academy archers travelled to Rustenburg during the October holidays and spent three days shooting. The Inter Provincials was held on the first day and the South African Championships was held over the next two days. Our archers did exceptionally well.

Phillip Nicholson

2nd boy Grade 7 and 2nd overall In the Primary Schools

Bianca Nortje

1st Girl Grade 9

Nadja Nortje

2nd GirlGrade 12 and 2nd overall Senior Girls.
Ruan, Nicolas, Phillip, Shannon, Nadja, Bianca and Miss Nicholson (Coach) after winning 2nd place Junior High Team and 2nd place Overall Team in the 3D Competition.
Lynette, Siphe, Nomusa, AN Other, Katlego, Monde, AN Other, Nangi, Karabo and Mrs Leonard (Coach) after winning 3rd overall Development Team. In fact, 10 of the twelve Development Team archers were from Waterberg Academy

Mountain Biking

Livingstone Banda was our lone representative at the South African Mountain Biking Championships at Bekker High School in Magaliesburg. On Friday 5 October he rode in the Schools’ Championships. In his race there were eighty riders and Livvy placed 38th. He was also the first Limpopo rider across the line. On the Saturday Livvy came 24th, with the other two team riders 13th and 15th.

Here Livingstone is racing for the Academy.
Posing in his Limpopo strip after the inter provincial race.

Matric Valedictory Service

Dr Philip Calcott gives the Matrics some advice.
Head Girl, Lucy Calcott, gives the valedictory address.

Final Matric Assembly

Mr Bridger passes on the flame of endurance . . .
and the Matrics pass it on to the Grade 11’s

Pupil Free Day

Staff development will take place on Thursday 18 October, therefore there will be no school on that day.

Mark Godfrey