The St John’s D.S.G. Senior School girls performed an upbeat, lively dance and movement piece entitled “Ubuntu-Nation” at this year’s Funk show held at the Hexagon Theatre recently. The school congratulated the girls, as well as St John’s D.S.G. Theatre Manager, BreeH Cele, who choreographed this year’s piece.

A memorial soccer tournament was recently held in honour of Melvin Wildey, HOD and educator of St Nicholas Diocesan School, who passed away in December last year. Participating schools included St Nicholas, Ixopo High and Maritzburg Christian School. It was a heart-warming day, especially for Melvin’s family, pictured, Ceathyn, Cecilia, Luwaine, Mellia and Joaquin Wildey.

Selfie anyone? Pictured, front, left to right: Jessica Andrews and Jess Allen. Back row, from left: Joshua Hounsell, Jamie Kloppers, Joshua Julius and Colin Robertson.

Winter is here and it’s almost time for the annual Laddsworth Night Fun Run/Walk, to be held on Thursday, June 13 at 6pm. This popular fundraising event draws more than 1000 entrants each year.

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Funds raised are used to upgrade the school facilities. The 6km Fun Run/Walk starts and ends at Laddsworth and runs through parts of Hilton and the St Anne’s College Wetland.

Food on sale and a tuck shop for the kids. So get your takkies, headlights and lumo gear ready!

Entry forms can be downloaded here

Contact Shamaine Rajah, admin@laddsworth.co.za for more information.

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A number of senior boys at St Charles College have been selected for KZN Inland Hockey in their respective age groups. Pictured from left: Timi Adewusi, Selaelo Mashiloane, Daniel Jacobs, Kgaogelo Mashiloane, Triston Venter, Rèarden Dicken, Caleb Ryland, Riav Gayadin and Owethu Mkhabela. Picture: Saysha Baker

U13 hockey girls from New Hanover, Siya Masuku, Elouise van Greuning, Melissa Dobeyn, Keira Lὓtge, Shannon Meter and Wileze Scheepers enjoy a break between matches.

New Hanover Primary held a very successful church bazaar this past weekend, one of its events that aims to instil a sense of belonging in pupils to the New Hanover community.

The annual United Evangelical Lutheran Congregation (UELC) Church Bazaar boasted a wonderful selection of German meat and fresh produce on sale, as well as a craft market and variety of children’s entertainment. On the sports field, the NHP sport festival (on the same day) saw 70 teams participating in hockey and soccer matches.