Creston College's kryptonite recipients announced
Creston College has been in full swing over the last week with lots of activities amongst the different grades.
Pre-Primary learners had fun celebrating spring day while Grade 11s assisted at the College’s Annual Golf Day at the Port Shepstone Country Club on Saturday.
Kryptonite recipients pictured with Executive Head Noel Coetzee are (from left) Michael Potgieter, Bantu Mangcu and Kayla Niemandt.
The Creston College marimba band also enjoyed performing for a live audience again for the first time since the onset of Covid-19.
Meanwhile, Kryptonite Awardees from Creston College were recently announced.
Every year Curro runs a competition called CAS (Curro Arts Superheroes).
Creston College marimba band members seen entertaining the golfers and supporters at the golf day are (back, from left) Bongeka Bhengu, Kayla Niemandt with (middle) Isiphile Dlungwana, Erin Heydricks as well as Mihita Lalla and Madison Sayers in front.
Candidates can enter a range of categories and entries are assessed by specialists after which badges are awarded for certain levels.
A Kryptonite badge is the top level to achieve, which represents a mark of 95 to 100%.
There were 25 entries from the College this year.
Kryptonite recipients are Michael Potgieter (Grade 9) for piano, Bantu Mangcu (Grade 12) and Kayla Niemandt (Grade 9) for their monologue acting entries.
Celebrating spring day are Creston College Pre-Primary learners (from left) Lakhiwe Xaba, Amahle Khulu, Zac Sharpe, Ruth Flanagan, Liam Kern, Jiyana Sifo, Sophia Smith and Zimmy Sotsu.
Once all the certificates for the awards have been received, they will be awarded to the pupils as part of a special honours and awards ceremony.