Jai Hind Primary excels on the sports field

EMRS members Ashwin Harilall (second from left) and Gordon Rungasamy (right) showed Jai Hind pupils (from left) Nosicelo Cele, Monique Godden, Lilitha Flatela, Yonwabo Lunongolo, Okuhle Mthantatho and Ashayla Jugernath how the hydraulic and pneumatic ‘tools of the emergency services trade’ function.

Jai Hind Primary held exciting interclass soccer and netball matches during lunch breaks and these will continue until the end of the term.

At the energetic cricket game between Port Shepstone Islamic School and Jai Hind Primary last week, the U13 boys won the match by 8 wickets.

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Four teams competed at the Port Shepstone Schools’ Volleyball Tournament last weekend. Jai Hind placed second overall at the knock-out tournaments. The girls’ U14 team were overall winners in their divisions. The U14 boys’ and U12 girls’ reached the semi-finals, but narrowly lost.

The annual interhouse gala takes place tomorrow (9th).

Hardworking gr 7 pupils watched a demonstration of the ‘jaws of life’ hydraulic tools used by the EMRS. As part of the technology curriculum, pupils have to create a working model of a spreader or cutter.

Trained EMRS personnel showed pupils how the cutter, spreader and ram-bar were used. Pupils gained first-hand knowledge from the demo and extensive discussion on hydraulics and pneumatics.

 

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