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The first team hockey girls played in the Wartburg Hockey Festival on Saturday the 8 March. The girls played 4 matches, winning against New Forest, Domino Servite and Greytown High School and losing against Wartburg.
U/16 cricket team played Alexandra High School at Alexandra. Wembley batted first and made 280 runs. Alexandra High School could only manage to make 86 runs in 23 overs. Ross Goble and Sli Gwala both made a century.
The grade 1s played against Wartbrug grade 2s at New Hanover. Their batting and bowling has really improved and it was a very close match with our boys losing by only 2 runs. Excellent job!
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Welcome to Wembley College !
Wembley College is a co-educational, independent school, situated in Greytown in the beautiful KwaZulu-Natal Midlands. The college caters for children from Gr RRR to 12 and prides itself on being a small school where scholars achieve with excellence! All our classes currently have fewer than 25 scholars per class, which increases the opportunity for our qualified staff to give more individual attention.
Wembley College has an exceptionally competitive fee structure, as the school mainly caters for the local community, which inhibits extravagant increases in school fees. Very impressive boarding facilities make it possible for scholars from all over South Africa and even from outside the South African borders, to feel as if they are at a “home away from home” in a safe and secure environment. Catering at the BE is provided by Capitol Caterers, who also look after our catering requirements for various other school and sporting functions.
Wembley College strives to ensure that pupils receive the best education through its well-qualified staff and unique curriculum, encapsulating the University of Cambridge Exams system- adapted to local needs. The curriculum is based on a combination of traditional and innovative study techniques, founded in beliefs that education is not only an ongoing process which continues long after the child has left school, but also that a positive learning environment needs to have a strong emphasis on having fun while learning. It is inclusive and broad, with a holistic approach to the development of the child as a confidant, responsible and well-adjusted individual who has a strong appreciation for the environment.
Small numbers in the classroom enable staff to provide high levels of individual support. To develop confidence and self-esteem, great emphasis is also placed on the emotional and social well-being of the child.
Wembley College is a non-profit-making organisation guided by a local governing board. Members of this board are drawn from all communities and all walks of life. They are invited to serve because of their skills and wide-ranging experience in fields such as commerce, industry and education.
Private Bag X5606 Greytown KwaZulu-Natal 3250 South Africa Tel: +27 (0) 33 413 2677 or +27 (0) 33 417 2180/1 Fax: +27 (0) 33 417 1074
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