Year 2-6 students from both campuses participated in our second Run4Bibles Cross Country Carnival
The event was held at Mills Park 2 in Beckenham, on Friday 28 August.
What a beautiful morning we were blessed with, blue skies and the sun was shining! This is always a fun morning, where the students are given the opportunity to run a 2km course for the Year 5-6 students and a 1.5km course for the Year 2-4 students. Every student that participated earned valuable points for their House.
The top three runners from each race will have the opportunity to take a place in the interschool team, where they will represent Rehoboth in competing against students from other Christian schools on 17 September.
We were able to raise a whopping total of $11,195.05 to donate to the Bible League.
This equates to about 1,599 Bibles to be delivered to students in South African public schools!
Congratulations Rehoboth students, parents and staff from both campuses!
What an amazing achievement and ability to spread God’s Word and serve His kingdom. Well done everyone! To find out more about Run4Bibles or to read and hear student impact stories, visit their website.
A big congratulations to the following students on their individual achievements:
|Year 2 Boys||Liam Waugh||Eli Strahan|
|Year 2 Girls||Hannah Moylan||Grace Ikwuku|
|Year 3 Boys||Nathan Matthews||Nathan Kitur|
|Year 3 Girls||Crystal Abraham||Bethany Moylan|
|Year 4 Boys||Levi Pickard||Rueben Verkerk|
|Year 4 Girls||Olivia Dixon||Ilse Bongers|
|Year 5 Boys||Levi Dixon||Noah Strahan|
|Year 5 Girls||Claire van Dam||Ikodya Ikwuku|
|Year 6 Boys||Thandolwami Tshuma||Achnaff Sayon|
|Year 6 Girls||Joyce Mwenda||Rehema Jarega|
The House points were very close:
With Tyndale and Newton tied for second place, it was Wycliffe who won the day. Well done to those students in Wycliffe!
A big thank you to all staff, students and families that helped to make it a great day, where individual talents and good sportsmanship was celebrated!
A very special mention to Mrs Narelle Henderson and Mrs Narelle Marmion for taking charge and ensuring that it was a successful day.