Parkview Senior School News

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Prefects 2020

PREFECTS: Despite the freezing temperatures we have been experiencing, we have some heart-warming news! The Prefect body was announced on Monday, with the children receiving their scrolls and certificates and taking their vows. Congratulations to all those who have...

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PVS’s Pledge of Nonviolence for 2020

PVS’s Pledge of Nonviolence for 2020

 School Pledge of  Nonviolence 202O Making peace must start within ourselves and in our school.  Each of us, members of Parkview Senior School, on this day, 27th January, 2020, commit ourselves as best we can to become nonviolent, kind, caring and peaceable people. To...

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Ms Bahadur reflects on 2019

Ms Bahadur reflects on 2019

Parkview Senior Principal discusses her first year leading the school PARKVIEW – New principal Usha Bahadur discusses how the school’s values influence their output. November 13, 2019 Principal of Parkview Senior School Usha Bahadur reflects on her first year leading...

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Kaelyn Haffern drives Ecobrick production

Kaelyn Haffern drives Ecobrick production

Kaelyn, a prefect in Grade 7, showed great initiative in introducing the learners to the Ecobrick competition, not only to raise awareness about recycling and reusing plastic, but also to help build a school in a rural area. Many Ecobricks were made by the children,...

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October Academic and Co-curricular Awards

October Academic and Co-curricular Awards

HOCKEY: Junior Boys:  Most improved player: Thomas Gordon.                                                                                                                                          Most valuable player: Aadam Hamdulay Dedication: Solomon Plagerson,...

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PVS supported The Bokke!

PVS supported The Bokke!

Our teachers and learners came dressed in their South African supporter T-shorts ahead of the World Cup Rugby finals, which saw our boys "bring home the cup"! We're extremely patriotic and proud of their amazing achievement!

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