Oakhill excel at Plett Eisteddfod
Oakhill was delighted to participate in this year’s first Plettenberg Bay Arts & Culture Eisteddfod, held at the Barnyard Theatre in the Crags, on 14 and 15 August. At this event, learners were given the opportunity to experience the stage and to expose themselves to a wider audience in a friendly and uplifting environment.
A total of 39 items were entered, with the following results: one A++, 13 A+, 14 A and 11 B.
For the gala event, 10 items were chosen to reflect the quality of work produced.
Anneke Lamont, Laticha van Wageningen, Gill Teggin and Gavin Bezuidenhout were proud to be the team behind the music pupils at Oakhill. Special congratulations go to Jana van Wageningen for winning the Versatility Trophy – one of the five trophies awarded at the event. –
In the intermediate phase, these learners got A+ with their recorders: (back from left) Victoria Still, Liam Nelson, (front) Tatum Logan, Jean de Villiers and Georgia Heynderickx.
The Oakhill Prep choir brought their special talents to the eisteddfod.
Foundation phase A-results for recorders: (back from left) Michael Bridge, Gareth Steenkamp, Seren Viner, Catalaya Lurie, (front) Ethan Browne, Gemma Bright, Ayden Gething, Jessica Turvey, Madison Starkey and Brianna Smuts. Absent: Mia Warren
These learners got A results in the foundation phase for strings: (back from left) Michaela Quinn, Moya Browne, Owen Anderson, Anja Barnard, Seren Viner, (front) Jack Dimopolous, Gemma Bright, Fallon Lowe and Carl Borbet. Absent: Michael Williams, Mia Warren
The senior prep band delighted with their contribution.
Jana van Wageningen won a Versatility Trophy at the event in the Crags, held on 14 and 15 August.