Vryheid in full swing

Vryheid in full swing

The vibe at Landbou is again what we are used to. Whilst we are still maintaining strict COVID protocols, we are following the usual full school program.

Landbou had its Inter-House Athletics meeting on 27 and 28 January. Congratulations to the athletes who received trophies for excellent achievements: Senior Victor Ludorum – Heinz Agyapong; Senior Victrix Ludorm – Nzuzo Khubekha; Junior Victor Ludorum – Siyathemba Zulu; Junior Victrix Ludorum – Lynne Mghabi and the trophy for the Highest Points on the Sasol Table – Simizwini Zulu. Congratulations to the Vee Boere for winning the team trophy.

Our athletes also competed at the Vryheid High School Relay meet. Our athletes gave their best, resulting in some excellent achievements. The u/14 boys received medals for the best u/14 boys team, and our u/19 boys won the 4 x 400m relay. Well done, boys!

We look forward to start our Winter sports fixtures on Saturday 19 February at the Sarel Cilliers Rugby Day. Following fixtures against Vryheid High on 23 February, Pongola on 2 March, Sarel Cilliers on 9 March, Eshowe Sports Festival on 12 March and Newcastle High on 16 March.

Beginning Monday 7 February the school will have longer days. Some learners will have extra classes while others will do farm practicals.

We are excited about the new Farm Practical Program, which is aimed at teaching our learners practical functioning of a farm and valuable skills they will use after school. This will afford them an advantage in their various careers.

We are looking forward to a full and productive first term. Thank you to all staff and learners for their hard work so far.