Creston rugby boys make the team

Creston gr 4 pupils Joseph Currie and Simoné van Heerden assemble the egg drop challenge experiment in preparation for the test.

CRESTON’S gr 4 classes conducted science experiments by building a structure that would keep an egg safe and prevent it from breaking after being dropped from a height of two metres.

Pupils showed creative engineering skills using recyclable materials and were delighted to prove that their structures could protect the eggs from being damaged after the drop test!

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Clinton Bezuidenhout, Josh Bonnema, Zipho Shezi and Lungelo Dlungwana have been invited to represent SKZN at a rugby tournament in Mauritius during October. Teams from all over the world will compete.

The college will be fund-raising at the annual Soapbox Festival of Speed at the Dezzi South Coast Raceway on Sunday, July 2.

The school will be responsible for providing all food and pupils get the opportunity to build their own box carts to race.

The annual ‘Spring Family Golf Day’ will take place on Saturday, September 2, at the Port Shepstone Country Club. Contact the marketing office for more details.

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