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GALLERY: Carnival at Hudson Park Primary School entertains locals

  It was a big turn out at the annual Hudson Park Primary Carnival on Saturday, pupils, staff members and their family members had a...

GALLERY: Hudson Park Primary raises funds to fight against rhino poaching

ABOUT R22,104.40 was raised by Hudson Park Primary School to aid www.stoprhinopoaching.com to fight against rhino poaching. The money was raised from hosting civvies...

HUDSON PARK PRIMARY

Hudson Park Primary is proud of their Grade 2 and 3 pupils who came first in the SACEE Spelling Bee Competition

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Hudson Park Primary School’s Grade 5 pupils students get down and dirty on their San Settlement Project

The entrepreneurial spirit at Hudson Park Primary

FAIR TRADE: The Hudson Park Primary School Cubs Pink Sale raised funds in aid of Pet Pals recently. Send us your photos of your school...

UPDATED: Hudson Park Primary School Carnival gallery

Last weekend Hudson Park Primary School held its annual carnival, where kids, parents, teachers and supporters had fun with various activities and prizes to...

114 years of Hudson schools’ ‘family’

Hudson Park High School’s Centenary Hall was packed with pupils from both the primary and high school as they celebrated the Hudson’s 114th birthday...

Floradale Primary School gets good vibes aplenty

The Union of Jewish Women (UJW) celebrated Mandela Day with Floradale Primary School on Friday in Nompumelelo township in Beacon Bay, East London. Excited foundation...

Gaming the new sport at Hudson

By Barbara Hollands Pupils at Hudson Park Primary can now participate in a sport that carries no risk of concussion, neck injury or scraped knees...

Hudson Park excels at maths olympiad

Last month the Grade 4-7 Maths Academy students from Hudson Park Primary School wrote the SA Mathematics Foundation AMESA Olympiad.  No fewer than 104 of...

Hudson fields for SA again

HUDSON Park High School’s first team have been excelling on the cricket field for the past few years, producing talented, disciplined and professional cricket...

Hudson gives back

School’s Harvest Day sees pupils bless charities with piles of collected goods It is an example of the compassion, kindness, care and support we should share...

Ex- Hudson heads tell its rich story in new book

Both schools realised the potential, despite an unsure start IN CELEBRATION of Hudson Park’s rich history and achievements over the last 110 years, ex-principals Trevor Webster...

Kids gala postponed as staff fail to open Joan Harrison pool complex

A major primary school gala was placed in limbo at the 11th hour on Thursday when Buffalo City staff failed to appear at the...

Choc marks Childhood Cancer Day

Pay R10 for a Flip Flop Day sticker to help raise funds and awareness The Childhood Cancer Foundation SA (Choc) will host its new annual...

‘Lionism’ in action

The Port Rex Lions Club held their World Service Day on Sunday at the Guild Theatre, in East London where they put on a spectacular...

Blind siblings still live with a positive vision

Support No Limits/Tape Aids for Blind Fundraiser on Saturday Being able to see beyond the norm and an air of fun and adventure are just...

Youngsters excel with art

Three young students from Sharon’s Art School have received international recognition at an art competition held in China recently. The children were entered into the...

Pupils show hearts for Choc kids

The Hudson Park Primary Port Rex Cubs rose to the challenge to raise awareness for International Childhood Cancer Day last Friday. They also celebrated the...

Hard-working Cubs show they care

Not even the rain could dampen the spirits of the Hudson Park Primary Port Rex Cubs as they closed off their calendar with a...

Emslie top achiever at sports awards

Congratulations to Kelly Emslie of Hudson park primary, she recieved the 'HPPS Sportswoman of the Year' award and the trophy for the 'Greatest Single...

Cubs walk the talk against abuse

The Hudson Park Primary Port Rex Lions Cubs together with Masithethe Counselling Services held a walk against gender-based abuse at the school on Friday. In...

16 Days of Activism focus on city’s young children

Masithethe Counselling Services (MCS) conducted a programme at day care centres in East London to mark the start of the national 16 Days of...

Gardens bloom for goodwill

The eighth annual Pam Golding Gardens of East London took place in selected gardens throughout the city at the weekend. A total of 24 gardens...

Whale of a time going green

The fourth annual Big Green Expo took place at Pine Creek over at the weekend to raise awareness about the importance of recycling and...

Heavy schoolbags a potential health risk

“WOULD you like to be a schoolboy again?” asks South African band Asylum Kids in their 1981 song Schoolboy. “No! No! No!” comes the...

Schools Continue To Shine At Eisteddfod

Local schools proudly showed off their musical talents as the East London Port Rex Lions Eisteddfod continued this week. By the close of the...

Sisters do EL proud in squash events

LOCAL squash star sisters Taryn and Kelly Emslie have made the East London squash community proud, with Taryn winning the U16 Closed Championship title...

PET SUPPORTERS

Hudson Park Primary School pupils raise much-needed funds for Pet Pals at the Cubs Pink Sale

SO EXCITED

Grade Rs having fun at Hudson Park Primary School were, from left, Ezrah Casoojee, Ella Johnson and Zayra Davids Picture: SUPPLIED

HEAD FOR FIGURES

Sixty-one pupils of Hudson Park Primary School made it through to the final round of the Amesa (Association for Mathematics Education of South Africa)...

LANGUAGE GURUS

Hudson Park Primary School pupils, from left, Kira Jade Smith, Simone Mguli and Kanego Mkhabela received national awards in the SACEE language challenge. This...

Clarendon girl is a class act in SA language challenge

By Qaqamba Magadla A grade 11 pupil from an East London school scored top marks – 100% – and won a cash prize at this year’s...

Joy as ‘Joan’ finally opens its doors

By ATHENA OREILLY Swimming enthusiasts can now make a splash – the Joan Harrison Swimming Complex finally opened its doors yesterday after being closed for more...

Border U12s proud of WP victory

THE Border under-12 rugby team recently returned from participating at this year's Coastal Provincial U12 Tournament in Riversdale. Even though the team did not come...

DONATIONS HARVEST

Hudson Park Primary School hosted their annual Harvest Day celebration on September 8. It was a colourful multi-cultural event where the pupils were able...

Future stars

George Randell Primary School’s under-7 rugby team recently took part in their final festival of the season at Hudson Park Primary. The school would...

Miss Greensleeves fundraiser a success

CHARITY goes a long way, especially when the lives of little children are touched. Greensleeves Children’s Trust, together with Models Agency, held a fundraiser...

WORD WHIZZES

The Hudson Park Primary Grade 6 and 7 “Fun with Words” team won this challenging competition, beating even the parents’ team. Well done to,...

Cambridge bids Mrs Kent farewell

Beloved teacher retires after 27 years CAMBRIDGE Primary foundation phase bid farewell last Thursday to one of their beloved teachers, Cheryl Kent, with a beautiful...

Border U13s set to play SA’s best

FOR the first time in history 23 rugby players have been chosen from across the Border region to represent the Border province at the...

Glory to God

Carl Lategan married Beverley Brown on July 1, 1967. The golden couple lived in East London for 13 years before moving to Uitenhage when Carl...

Lions welcome 50 CUBS to fold

THE Hudson Port Rex Lions CUBS induction ceremony took place last week at the Hudson Park Primary School Hall. The candlelight ceremony saw 50 Port...

Local residents and businesses rally together to help Knysna fire victims

KING William’s Town’s Mike Webb was among the many individuals who collected relief items for those affected by the Knysna fires that ravaged the...

East London community rallies together to help victims of Knysna fires

AS THE Knysna fires raged on leaving destruction in its wake, the East London community were busy mobilising, hard at work collecting, sorting and...

ITSI talk on improving teaching methods

ITSI's chief executive, Lieb Liebenberg gave an informative and critical presentation on effective teaching methods for the 21st century at the East London Golf...

UPDATED: EL, King come together to help Knysna fire victims

EAST Londoners are asked to open their hearts to help the victims of the devastating wildfires in Knysna and the Garden Route. Hudson Park Primary...

EL muso to do ‘Magic’ with release

EAST London musician Christian Heath will be releasing his fourth single, Magic, tomorrow and it will be available on iTunes and PlayStore. Born and raised...

Get into shape with Zumba

  JOIN Mansoor Galant, Zin Jammer and fitness instructor Lisa Botha at Hudson Park Primary School hall on May 19 if you would like to...

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