The 5 bands at Creston College got their first look at the show and tell last week, fitting with the theme of ‘Our Home’.
Children were encouraged to bring a special toy or book from home to share with their friends.
Grade 3 learners made posters and gave great orals this week. They all learned about the blue whale, the black widow spider, the Red Sea, white light and banana farming.
The yearly winners of the JP Interhouse Gala were Juliette D’Arcy and Rocco Verster in Grade 1, Amber Scheepers and Kaden Knott in Grade 2, and Scarlett Bunge and Andrew Stott in Grade 3.
The winning house was Falcon.
At the JP Relay Gala held at Southcity, Creston College finished second (78 points) behind Southcity (80 points).
Congratulations to Simanye Manonato, Loyiso Ndamase and Oliver Smith for being selected by the U11 Ugu District Cricket Union to attend the KZN Trials this weekend (March 11-13).
Sibulele Ngcaku and Jorgia-Lee Thomas recently participated in the KZN Champs. Sibulele finished second in the U12 boys 150m and Jorgia placed second in the girls 100m, but unfortunately couldn’t go further.
Creston’s cricket first team played two games against Hoërskool Suid-Natal last week where they beat Suid-Natal in the T20 on Thursday with captain Jyhdesh Naidoo leading with 64 runs.
Unfortunately, Creston lost to Suid-Natal in the 50 over game on Saturday, which was also his last game of the season.
Oliver Delport finished second in the 100m butterfly at the KZN School Trials at Kings Park Pool in Durban and therefore may be eligible for the KZN School team.
Senior drama learners went to see a performance of ‘A Doll’s House’, written by Henrik Ibsen at the Bat Center in Durban last Thursday.
Everyone was so excited to be able to go on a tour again and see a live show.
The play is an 11th grade play, so the opportunity to see it was something Creston didn’t want to miss.
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