Bowling

tennis

Steve JobsSchool

scouts

Lawn bowls is a precision sport in which the goal is to roll slightly asymmetrical balls (called bowls) closer to a smaller white ball (the ‘jack’) than your opponent is able to do.

The simplicity of the game contributes to its adaptability. Because of its relaxed pace and comparatively light physical demands and easy to understand rules, more and more people are engaging in this popular sport which dates back to Sir Francis Drake.

The club has a total of 8 courts.

3 are equipped with floodlights for playing at night.

There is social tennis on Saturdays from 1:30pm and Wednesday evenings from 6pm.

Our clubhouse has a well-stocked bar and braai facilities. It is also available for function hire.

A Steve JobsSchool offers your child a rich learning environment with the most modern educational methods, where your child not only learns all the compulsory primary school matter, but where he or she will especially will be stimulated in a unique way, to discover his or her own talent and to develop skills that are of vital importance for the world of tomorrow.

Scouting is adventurous and encourages youngsters to go OUT of the urban jungle and explore the world in which we live in. 

Scouts love to roam rivers by boat or raft, build pioneered obstacles, hike through our wonderful biomes, mountain climb rock faces, navigate our land and skies and among many other activities fly.

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