Young Scientists in the making! Experi-Buddies is an educational extra-mural programme that uses experiments to show young children that the world of science can be fun.  This is done by means of interactive projects, exciting demonstrations and basic experiments.
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The Eco club learns about Biodiversity and applying their newly learnt knowledge to the environment around them. This includes maintaining our vegetable garden and worm farm and ensuring that the rest of the school continues to use the three-bin system and save water and electricity. The Eco Club meets...
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In general, ESPORTS on a greater scale, is competitive video gaming, where people play against each other in online/networked arena’s for cash prizes. There is a huge future in online gaming with the current prize for first place in the DOTA 2 pool sitting at 24.7 Million USD. At...
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Children are encouraged to join the choir. Singing in a choir gives children a sense of belonging, it boost their confidence and gives them a chance to perform and shine. Choir singing is all about teamwork, and children learn to work together with children from other grades. Our choirs...
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The Alto saxophone is a woodwind instrument normally made of brass, and is played with a single-reed mouth piece. Saxophones are commonly played in wind, jazz, marching and ska bands. Recommended age 9+ due to size and weight of the instrument. Cost: Individual Lesson: R1200 for 8 x 30...
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The recorder is the easiest way for a young child to learn the basics of music. It has a mouth piece like a whistle, so it is very easy to make a sound. Children learn how to coordinate their breath, fingers and tongue, while learning how to read and...
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The silver transverse flute is from the woodwind family. It is an aerophone as you produce the sound from blowing across the mouthpiece.  Flutes are commonly played in orchestras, wind, jazz and marching bands. Recommend age 9+ due to size and weight of the instrument. Cost: Individual Lesson: R1200...
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The clarinet is from the woodwind family. It has a single-reed mouthpiece and a straight cylindrical tube with a flared bell at the end. Student models are made of plastic to keep the cost down and professional ones are made of wood. Clarinets are commonly played in orchestras, wind, jazz...
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Squash is offered to the Grade 5-7 pupils at two levels: beginner and squad. Squash is played at the Llandudno Club’s courts next to the school. Llandudno is fortunate enough to have the services of an outstanding squash coach, Andre Naude and the more advanced squad players have been...
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Llandudno makes use of the tennis courts next door to the school at the Llandudno Sports Club. Tennis is offered to all pupils in Grades 1-7. The school teachers, parents, and a private coach Mr Bruce Launder, coach tennis. Tennis is played socially and not at a competitive level....
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At Playgolf, we teach children the fundamentals of golf in a safe and creative environment ensuring their long term participation in the sport. We supply all equipment and everything the children need to take part in our program which is hosted on the school premises. Our young golfers receive...
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Hockey is played socially on Friday afternoons directly after school in the winter terms. The practices have an emphasis on fun and learning the basics of the game of hockey. All Grades 4 -7 are welcome to join in.
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Llandudno Primary has adopted the dodgeball life. We practice with Grade 5 – Grade 7s every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at first break. The beauty of Dodgeball is that we are able to practice year long. We enter numerous interschools tournaments with Dodgeball SA.
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