Sport forms an important part in the school structure and benefits learners who participate in sporting activities at the school on many levels.
Students who participate in high school sports learn the benefit of representing their community on the sport field. The honor of representing the school's home team and performing well may inspire the learner to also achieve better academic results.
Fitness levels of athletes in school sports improve dramatically. Students will spend less time watching TV or playing video games if there were more options after school.
While taking part in sports, students can learn first hand how their performance influence the rest of the team. Teamwork and Cooperation are therefore skills learned and practiced in this way. Leadership skills are also developed as these young athletes set an example and often provide advice and guidance both on and off the field.
A mindset of success is inspired in these learners and they will benefit from this experience for the rest of their lives.
Moeketsi Mahlatsi het einde 2015 gekwalifiseer vir die nasionale atletiekbyeenkoms in Bloemfontein. Moeketsi (Graad 12) sal in die diskus en gewigstoot items deelneem. Die Lady Grey Kunste-Akademie wens hom geluk met sy prestasie.
On Wednesday 14 October, Lady Grey Arts Academy defeated Aliwal North High School in the final round of the 2015 Elliot Soccer Tournament. The 1st soccer team, coached by Mr. Vernon Francis, won the Elliot Cup with a final score of 4-3 after a penalty shoot-out. Previous soccer results for this year: u/19 Soccer team LGAA vs Sterkspruit Christian […]
Senqu Municipality 7’s rugby Lady Grey Arts Academy participated in the Senqu Municipality 7’s Rugby League on Friday, 2 August in Lady Grey. Included in the LGAA rugby team were: Unathi, Bulelani, Justin, Brian, Faraz, Sinethemba, Aphiwe, Bonga, Isaac, Angelo, Kamo, Nksika, Landa (manager) and Godwin Berends (coach). The three teams that played Round Robin […]
Two LGAA students participate Two senior athletes of the Lady Grey Arts Academy participated at the Eastern Cape Track and Field Championships on 13 and 14 March 2015. The athletes did very well against stiff competition at this prestigious event. Siphenathi Booi (B/15) participated in high jump and did very well despite the windy conditions. […]