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OUR SPORTING PHILOSOPHY

We believe in the value of sport-for-all, career opportunities in Sport, and the positive influence of Sport on enhancing academic performance, emotional intelligence and resilience.  We promote full participation, fair play, sportsmanship, commitment, teamwork, collaboration, resilience and year-on-year progression in the physical and inter-personal skills of our sportsmen. We also commit to tailoring our academic support, teaching and coaching programmes to the needs of high-performance sportsmen.

Official sports offered
Cricket Swimming
Waterpolo Rugby
Soccer Hockey
Softball Basketball
Athletics Cross-Country
Tennis Squash
Surfing Golf
Sevens Rugby Volleyball
Badminton Indoor Hockey
Time tabled sports

An integrated timetable was instituted in 2001. Sports periods, as distinct from Physical Education periods, are incorporated into the timetable, thereby ensuring the provision of sport to every boy in the School.

Skills-based training, under supervision of especially selected coaches, is conducted in the time-tabled sports periods.

Implementation of a conditioning period where each boy is assessed physically and his normative, social and emotional development monitored.

Sports experts are appointed as technical advisors to provide support to the School’s coaches and to assist in keeping up with modern developments in the various sporting codes.

Age-group practices are conducted in the afternoon to focus on team-work and team-skills.

Elite squads are chosen across age-groups for specialized training by experts in order to nurture above average talent.

Professional sport coaches and advisors

ATHLETICS & CROSS COUNTRY

  • Marlize Hayward – Former Comrades Medalist

BADMINTON

  • Demi Botha – SA Senior Championships Gold Medalist, currently ranked no 2 in South Africa

BASKETBALL

  • Byron Tucker – KZN Schools u13, u16 & u18 Coach & Selector

CRICKET

  • Mornantau Hayward – Former Proteas Player

OUTDOOR & INDOOR HOCKEY

  • Cameron Mackay – KZN Raiders & PHL Maropeng Cavemen & KZN Coastals u18A & u16A

RUGBY & RUGBY 7’S

  • Jeremy McLaren – KZN Craven Week Head Coach
  • Njabulo Zulu – Former Lions Academy Week Coach & Current KZN u16 Grant Khomo Manager
  • Waylon Murray – Former Springbok
  • Dieter Kriese – Former SA 7’s Springbok

FOOTBALL

  • Kingsley Jollands – Former Real Kings Football in the National First Division

Golf

  • Pam Hayward – Former SA Women’s Golfer

SQUASH

  • Charmaine Baker – SA Masters Squash

SWIMMING

  • Brad Rowe

SURFING

  • Craig Bartholomew

TENNIS

  • Rowena Saunders – Professional Coach
  • Charles Tsangamwe – Former International Player & Professional Coach

WATERPOLO

  • Brad Rowe – National Coach Andrew Stewart – National Coach
Results

Latest Result

March – Week 2

Rugby results vs DHS

14 March 2020 @ WBHS

1st: 52-7 W
2nd: 29-0 W
3rd: 29-5 W
4th: 42-5 W

U16A: 14-12 W
U16B: 31-14 W
U16C: 48-0 W
U16D: 46-0 W

U15A: 10-17 L
U15B: 22-12 W
U15C: 45-15 W

U14A: 19-20 L
U14B: 15-0 W
U14C: 53-15 W
U14D: 55-5 W
U14E vs Kearsney: 7-12L

Played: 16
Won: 13
Lost: 3

Hockey Vs DHS

1st (Monday)
2nd 5-0 W

16A 4-2 W
16B 2-0 W
16C (No Result)
16D 3-0 W

14A 0-3 L
14B 1-1
14C 3-0 W
14D (No Result)

Fillers

4th Vs Reddam 2nd 5-0 W
16E Vs Reddam 16B 0-0
16G Vs Nwood 16I 4-1 W

Volleyball Results

 

Fourways Tournament 

Volleyball 1st Team  Results
Fourways Volleyball Tournament

Westville1st won 25-12 Vs Krugersdorp
Westville1st Won 25-19 American International School of Jhb B
Westville1st won 25-13 Vs French School B
Westville 1st won 25-8 Vs Gresswold High

Westville 1st Won 25-21 Quarter Final Vs French School A team

Westville 1st Lost  in Semi Final 2-0 Vs American International School of Jhb 1st
Westville 1st. Won 2-0 Vs Heronbridge  3rd/4thPlayoff

Played -7  Won- 6- Lost – 1

Ethekwini Volleyball Tournament UKZN

1st –  Played 3 Lost 3           (Senior category)

16A – Played 5 won 4 Lost 1

 2nds  -Played 5 Won 5 (Winner schools category)

Archived Results

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Google Classroom
Message from Headmaster, Mr Graham Steele

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR SON IS SIGNED UP!

Tuesday 31 March would have been the start of the new school term and teachers will start to post work in their Google Classrooms. Some teachers will require work to be returned via email or by answering the questions in the Google Classroom. This may all seem quite foreign, and it is, but it is a step towards covering the content needed for end of year exams. Your son and his teachers are learning how this will work as they engage in their Google Classroom.

Please take the time to ask your son to show you what the classroom looks like, thus ensuring that he is registered.

Should he need any help or further instructions, please consult the D6 article “Google Classroom – how to connect” posted on 19 March 2020 or e-mail studentsupport@wbhs.co.za
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