Events and Achievements
|U19 Reddam House Bedfordview vs Edenglen High Teams|
|Reddam U14 vs Greenside High|
Reddam Bedfordview shines at Knockout Cup
Wednesday 13 September was a red-letter day for Football at Reddam House, Bedfordview when the school hosted the Discovery High Schools Knockout Cup. From July to September 18 schools battled it out to see which eight schools would get through to the finals. The finalist teams were:
Boys’ U14 Reddam House Bedfordview vs Greenside High 6-2
Boys’ U19 Reddam House Bedfordview vs Edenglen High 3-2
Both Reddam House Bedfordview teams performed with distinction on the day with the U14s defeating Greenside High by 6 goals to 2 and in the big match of the day Reddam Bedfordview U19 team beat Edenglen High by 3 goals to 2 in a scorcher of a game.
Scores for the U15 and U16 teams were:
Boys’ U15 Fourways High vs Curro Thatchfield 3-2
Boys’ U16 Edenglen High vs King David Linksfield 1-0
Well done to Discovery and all the schools and players on a very successful day.
Pictured here is the Reddam Bedfordview Open Team with Supersport presenter Supersport Neil Andrews
Reddam’s 2017 Senior Executives sworn in
Congratulations to the following 30 Reddam House College students who were sworn in on 14 October to serve as the school’s Senior Executives in 2017. The group comprises of 26 Executives and four Judiciary members whose responsibility it will be to liaise between the student body and teachers and staff.
Thabang Masango (back row – left), Travis Barrett, Matthew Welgemoed, Luc Marchand, Jeremy Timms, Jesse Sim and Sibusile Dlamini
(Second row) Raquel Maroun, Kelly Webb, Ryan Naidoo, Travis Banks, Cameron Muir, Bianca Da Silva, Nastassja Riccardi and Gabriella Kruger
(Third row) Dana Low Ah Kee, Preshani Naidoo, Alessia Nordmann, Mbali Mashugane, Carmen Phipson, Dean Goldblum, Julian De Oliveira E Cruz and Sergio Mendes
(Fourth row) Gina Grippa, Daniela Afonso and Akira Solomon
Front row are the Judiciary team of Michael Pereira, Claudia Loreggian, Nobuhle Mathaba, Francois Alberts and Teacher Mr. James Taylor.