South African National Stillwater and Surf Lifesaving Champs Results

South African National Stillwater and Surf Lifesaving Champs Results

St Francis and Woodridge Competitors Who Featured.

SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL STILLWATER LIFESAVING CHAMPIONSHIPS

ALEXANDER MOOLMAN
2022 SOUTH AFRICAN CHAMPION
u17 100m Manikin Race
NICOLA HARCUS and HANNAH PRAETORIUS
2nd SA u19 Line Throw Rescue
JESSICA HARCUS
3rd SA u15 50m Manikin Race
3rd 200m u15 Super Lifesaver
LIAM SCHWEITZER
2nd SA u17 100m Manikin Race
NICOLA HARCUS
2nd SA u17 100m Medley
2nd SA u17 200m Obstacle Race
2nd SA u17 Super Lifesaver

SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL SURF LIFESAVING CHAMPIONSHIPS

DANIELLA HARCUS (Summerstrand SLC)
3rd SA u13 Surf Swim
WOODRIDGE SLC podium results:
JESSICA HARCUS
3rd SA u15 Competitor of the Championship
2nd SA u15 Ironman
3rd SA u15 Malibu Board
NICOLA HARCUS
2nd SA u17 Competitor of the Championship
2nd SA u17 Run Swim Run
2nd SA u17 Surf Swim
3rd SA u17 Ironman
3rd SA u17 Single Ski
LUKE LEGGATT
2nd SA u19 Malibu Board
Woodridge SLC 8th Overall out of 32 Teams

Special mention MUST be made of JESSICA HARCUS who swam no less than 9 surf swims on Saturday in
her support of the Woodridge Team!!!
an amazing achievement and Woodridge SLC is very grateful to, and extremely proud of Jessica!

 

 

Woodridge College Jason Murry Water Polo Tournament East London

Woodridge College Jason Murry Water Polo Tournament East London

Woodridge College Jason Murry Water Polo Tournament East London

Woodridge College travelled to East London over the weekend to compete in the U14 Jason Murry Waterpolo Tournament at Selbourne.

While it was a learning curve when it came to results and competition for Woodridge, it was a wonderful tournament with great support and gees, and the Selbourne crew put on a good show for all competitors and spectators alike.

Congratulations to everyone who competed and those players who scored goals and excelled in the tournament. There was marked improvement after every game and the U14 Woodridge water polo players are a tough bunch of boys and girls

Photos from the tour are available from Mr Fanus Schoeman on 071 165 8891 who took these photos.

Woodridge College U14 Boys:

WC vs Selborne Primary        1-7 Lost

WC vs Grey High School A      4-13 Lost

WC vs Eagles Invitational 5-6 Lost

WC vs Selborne A                  7-2 Lost

WC vs Grey High School B      6-3 Win

Woodridge College U14 Girls:

WC vs Collegiate            3-6 Lost

WC vs Stirling                4-5 Lost

WC vs Pearson               4-8 Lost

WC vs DSG A                 1-9 Lost

WC vs DSG B                 6-5 Win

 

NURSERY SCHOOL TEACHER WANTED

Situated in the beautiful coastal town of St Francis Bay in the Eastern Cape, St Francis College is a growing Independent ISASA school with a highly motivated and talented team of educators, offering an exceptional education for learners from          Pre-School to Grade 7.  

Applicants are invited to apply for the following post:

NURSERY SCHOOL TEACHER

To commence 1 September 2021

The successful applicant will:

  • Have an appropriate teaching qualification (degree or diploma)

  • Have experience as an Early Childhood Development (ECD) teacher
  • Have a proven record of commitment and professionalism
  • Be willing to participate in extra murals
  • Be a creative, enthusiastic and caring educator

Individuals with the appropriate experience and attributes should submit a covering letter and curriculum vitae with at least 2 references to:

info@stfranciscollege.co.za

Closing date for applications:  15 June 2021

The school reserves the right not to make an appointment.  An application will not in itself entitle the applicant to an interview or appointment, and failure to meet the minimum requirements of the advertised post will result in applicants automatically being disqualified from consideration.  Only short listed applicants will be contacted.

Address: Boschkloof Farm, Humansdorp Road, St Francis Bay, 6312 South Africa

Website: www.stfranciscollege.co.za

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/StFrancisCollegeRSA/

St Francis College Head moving on

Outgoing headmaster Warwick Osmond

It is with much sadness that the St Francis College says goodbye to headmaster Warwick Osmond at the end of the year. We caught up with him to chat about his time at St Francis College, and the road ahead.

Warwick Os,ond

It has been a busy time at SFC. It seemed that the small classes made for a quick catch-up post lockdown. Would you agree?
Yes, our small numbers have made it relatively easy to manage under the Covid-19 scenario. We came back to school on the 1st of June. We had a comprehensive Covid-19 protocol for our return to school, and we have been following the procedures every day since then. Having small classes meant that all the pupils could be at school every day. We did not have to implement other strategies such as alternating days or weeks for different learners, as has had to be done at other schools. As a result, our pupils have had uninterrupted schooling since June.

What else is cool about being at a smaller school?
Being at a small school is a reassuring experience for a child. The scale of the campus is not overwhelming, and the amount of activity and noise is unthreatening. Children feel comfortable and at home on our campus. It is also a unique and stimulating environment with chickens and guinea fowls running around and cattle out in the fields. The teachers know all the children’s names and each child becomes known to all the other children. It is a very personal and welcoming environment.

What was the most fun you had as a headmaster of The College?
It was so nice to have interaction with younger children – my previous teaching experience was mainly with high school children. The campus is such a happy place with all the children absolutely loving school and being so eager to please their teachers. There has been a lot of fun in the last two years. Some stand-out events were the play at The Links last year, the inter-house athletics meeting, the swimming galas, the Otter Challenge, the grade 5 camp and the grade 7’s trip to Cape Town.

What will be your lasting impression of your time at the College?
St Francis College is a school with the most beautiful situation. The children have the opportunity to enjoy the natural environment every day. My lasting impression is of a school that is giving children the most amazing start on their education journey. A child will never forget the fun and excitement of their school days at St Francis College.

Quite a lifestyle out here – you rediscovered surfing and got involved in fishing. What else?
I have always been a beach bum at heart. Living here is like having the backyard of my dreams. Getting back on a board and actually having some magic rides has been rejuvenating. I have a favourite fishing spot that I can get to within minutes, and I can spend hours there. I also have a dog who demands his walk every day, and there is no limit on the amount of walking one can do here. We have also met wonderful people and made lasting friendships. It has been a rewarding, albeit short, stay in St Francis.

What lies ahead, apart from a long Christmas holiday?
Well, we will be living in PE. My wife is teaching at Theodor Herzl, and I hope to be in a new position soon too.

St Francis College Golf Day

St Francis College would like to invite you to join our Golf Day on Friday the 13th of March 2020!  @ The St Francis Bay Golf Club

R1400 per 4 Ball/R350 each – includes Good Bags, Halfway House and Fabulous Prizes

For bookings please call:
+2742 294 0467

For more information about how you could be more involved in our Golf Day please call the School Office on +27422941395 or Golf Day Coordinator – Caroline +27832299017