News of the tragic loss of our staff member, Tammy Percival, and her son, Liam, has come as a devastating shock to all at Hudson Park. These precious lives were lost in a terrible motor vehicle accident in the Keiskamma Cuttings, on Sunday night
Tammy was an excellent and popular teacher of Creative Arts at our school and her contribution to the Cultural Pillar was immense.
Our deepest condolences go to Mark (who taught here to for a time), Hannah, and Britni. We pray that God’s grace will strengthen them in this time of immeasurable grief. The loss to our community is great, and appropriate words are difficult to find.
Arrangements are being made for a memorial service at Hudson Park.
by engaging in a balanced programme of diverse activities
through engaging in Music, Dance, Drama, and the Visual Arts
by learning to embrace change and be successful in a global society
by striving for academic excellence in a stimulating, modern setting
by offering meaningful service to the school and to those in need
through activity in a community which upholds solid family values
through sporting activities, under the guidance of expert coaches
through service activities which call for initiative and resourcefulness
by participating in the life of a warm, caring school with a proud heritage
of our Matriculants obtained an A-Aggregate in 2015
learners achieved South African Colours in Sport
learners achieved Regional or Provincial Colours in Sport
individuals received Top Awards for the Performing and Visual Arts
groups received Top Awards for the Performing and Visual Arts
Service Organisations are supported by Hudson Park