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Preparing for the brightest future, Summerwood Primary School provides unparalleled dedication and commitment to learners and their variety of needs, passions and dreams.
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Through perseverance many people win success out of what seemed destined to be certain failure.
- Benjamin Disraeli
5 Facts about Seahorses
There are more than 40 known species of seahorses. Seahorses swim in pairs with their tails linked together. They swim upright and avoid predators by mimicking the colour of the underwater plants. Seahorses propel themselves by using a small fin on their back that flutters up to 35 times per second. They have no teeth and no stomach. Food passes through their digestive systems so quickly that they must eat almost constantly to stay alive.
There are about 40 known species of seahorses.
At Summerwood Primary School all 700 learners are ... learners. However; our learners are as diverse as the 40 known species of seahorses. Nevertheless; they are one family of Summerwood siblings and should be proud of being recognized as such. This should manifest visibly in how they all wear their Summerwood uniform with pride.
Building the Future
Our vision is to create a programme that engages every single learner. We strive to help learners overcome challenges in this diverse community and exceed their goals in a caring and supportive environment.
One of the most important ways that we enrich our educational experience is by staying involved with Summerwood and broader Nelson Mandela Bay community. Get in touch to learn more about Summerwood Primary School.
Summerwood Learner Leaders of 2021
1217 Skegness Rd, Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth, 6001, South Africa
041 583 3155