WBHS Weekly Newsletter – 25 – 29 April 2016

WYNBERG SPORT: THE WEEK’S OVERVIEW AND WEEKEND PREVIEW   STANDARD BANK WYNBERG SPORTS’ FESTIVAL: FRIDAY, 29/04/16 – MONDAY, 02/05/16 A special weekend in the history of the school awaits as Wynberg hosts both the Standard Bank 175 Wynberg Rugby Festival and the u18 Nomads Hockey Festival. Schoolboy sportsmen, accompanied by coaching staff, parents and supporters, […]

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WBHS Weekly Planner Week Ending Sun 08 May 2016

Mon 02 May • WORKERS DAY – PUBLIC HOLIDAY • U 18 Nomads at Wynberg • Standard Bank Rugby Festival   Tues 03 May • Leadership Seminar (2): Delegation & Relationships   Wed 04 May • McNaughton Breakfast • 12:30 – House Assembly • 15:55 – 17:15 – Cross Country League Race 3 at Jan […]

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Rugby vs Paarl Boys’: Report & Photos

Tuesday 26 April 2016: “Mengel’s Maul” – this week’s look at our at our weekend rugby matches, the Third Edition by Wynberg Rugby MIC, Mr. Michael Engelbrecht: I seem to remember that there were a couple of highly publicised schoolboy neck injuries in the early part of 2000 or 2001.  As the then sports administrator […]

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Wynberg Rugby Festival: 1st XV Live Match Video Streaming

Standard Bank Wynberg 175 Rugby Festival, 30 April & 2 May 2016: Wynberg is delighted to announce our partnership with School Sports Live (SSL) for the Festival – SSL are fast becoming the go-to YouTube channel for schools’ rugby with their live video streaming of selected 1st XV matches on Saturday mornings. And SSL will […]

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Our Country’s Good: Review & Photos

Wynberg’s Master in Charge of History, Mr. Shaun Hewett writes: I am anything but a regular theatre-goer and I knew next to nothing about ‘Our Country’s Good’ when taking my seat in the Nussbaum Theatre for the show’s opening night on Tuesday. I left – two hours later – thoroughly intrigued by a script and […]

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