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A stunning Valentine’s Day hamper was raffled off, with learners eagerly selling tickets to their friends, family and teachers! The lucky winner was Ntombenhle Khumalo, a learner at Landbou. The school was an array of colours on Valentine’s Day, with learners dressed in civvies to celebrate the day. The halls bustled with excitement; especially, when the Grade 11s handed out the Valentine’s goodies they sold as part of their Matric farewell fundraising. Our principal, Mr Geert Slump, proudly accepted an award on behalf of the school   to honour Landbou’s 2021 100% Matric pass rate. Congratulations to all learners and teachers who worked exceptionally hard towards this outstanding achievement. Learners are hard at work, not only in the classroom, but also with extra-murals. Practice for winter sports has commenced, as well as practicals and extra classes. Land service members also had their first meeting this week. Well done to Mr Richard…

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Practicals began this week with learners getting hands on experience in the vegetable gardens, dairy, working with the pigs and horses, and general upkeep. The grade 12 classes are doing their practicals in the Agritech workshop. Practicals are a vital element of learning at Landbou, as they ensure that the learners are able to apply theory learnt in class in a practical environment. On Thursday, Landbou learners celebrated the month of love with a successful sokkie organised by the enthusiastic grade 11 learners.  Thank you to Chantell from Pixalation for organising photos of the event. Congratulations to all the boys chosen for first team rugby, we look forward to getting to see you in action! The newcomers concert held on Friday was a rip-roaring success, with every new learner approaching it with excitement and fully integrating themselves into the Landbou culture. After entertaining the school with their variety show, the…

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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…

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Here is some video messages from our leaders.

Landbou is the place where we grow tall trees to greatness.  It means that this school sees every learner as a tree.  We study our learners closely to discover their potential. Everything is done to nurture the tree to become strong and tall and to grow to greatness. Every person who has the opportunity to attend our school must realise that it is a privilege to be at a school where there are so many opportunities.  The school also has the cream of the crop staff!  They are the best of the best!   The school offers excellent education. Landbou is passionate about its sports and culture.  The farm of 872 hectares offers the opportunity to work with animals and see vegetables and crops growing.  Landbou is truly a jewel… Our learners must be significantly different and must make a significant difference in the classroom, the school and the community.  This…

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