Sports

At Farrarmere Primary, we try every day, to be better than the day before. One of the many things that keep us going on this journey of improving every day, is when someone we love, tells us that they feel proud of us when they see us growing. This is the strongest boost that we can get from our family and friends. So always remember to take pride in your growth and determination too, along with your successes. Always try to be the version of yourself that makes you and your people proud of you. Because holding a trophy in your hand is not the only moment of pride, after all, your journey is a proud journey too.

“Always work hard, be honest, and be proud of who you are.” – Patricia Velasquez

Cross Country

What a fantastic season we have had so far! Farrarmere Primary has made history once again in 2022! We are WINNERS OF THE CROSS COUNTRY LEAGUE!
Over 350 athletes competed throughout the season. A record of 131 athletes made it through to Greater Benoni and a massive total of 61 athletes through to D17 and our lucky number – 12 athletes qualified for Gauteng Champs. We are extremely PROUD of every single athlete that took part this year and we cannot wait to see what our next season holds for us! Thank you to the coaches for their time and dedication, we appreciate you!!

General Sports

Term 3 has been an action-packed term full of sporting codes and matches!

From our mini sport side our numbers are looking so good, and we are very happy to see how fit and active our juniors are on the sports fields! Keep going!

We are very proud of our Tennis A and B teams, they have done remarkably well this term and have competed in several league matches with some great results, we are very proud of you ~ well done on your hard work!

Our Cricket is carrying the Farrarmere Primary flag HIGH! All our cricket teams from U/7 – U/13 are unbeaten so far this season! To all our cricketers, we raise our bats to you!!! Good luck for the rest of the season!

Our Girl Hockey teams are hard at work and have a few games left this term before play-offs, good luck to all the teams and we are very proud of every single girl on the development, courage and sportsmanship that has been seen on the fields this season, so far!
Best of luck to our U/11 and U/13 Boy’s Hockey teams as they prepare for their up-and-coming play-offs! Your early morning training is paying off! Thank you for the dedication boys!

Our U/12A netball team competed in the Fast Five Hoop play-off where we did extremely well, playing against U/13 sides. The girls enjoyed this thoroughly because the normal netball rules are a bit different and a lot more exciting. In this game the point differences come in shooting in a certain area in the circle, which can give you up to 3 points per goal. Our girls stepped up and we are going through to Gauteng play offs on the 10th of September!
INVICTUS ~ We will not be conquered by circumstances.

“Success is a process for all of us, and as long as you are making consistent progress towards your goals – sincerely giving your best effort more often than not – then you are already successful and deserve to feel proud of yourself.” – Hal Elrod

Congratulations to Belinda Derbyshire who qualified for Gauteng Provincial Colours for Hip Hop and Street Dancing as well as being selected for Team SA.

Mackenzie Raffle (grade 3A) competed in the EGA Winter Championship gala and won all 8 events that she swam in. Well Done!!!

Eisteddfod 2022