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GPS Coordinates Decimal Decimal Deg Min & Sec Deg & Decimal Min
Latitude -34.0465° S 34.0465° S 34° 2' 47.4" -34° 2.79'
Longitude 18.6269° E 18.6269° E 18° 37' 36.84" 18° 37.614'
Imperial Avenue
Beacon Valley
Mitchells Plain
Western Cape
South Africa
Phone No.
021 376 1105
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 21 376 1105

Fax No.
No fax number available

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Imperial Primary School has 3 comment/s

On 09 Sep 2011 Leslie S. Walters said:
I have had the pleasure of being associated with Imperial Primary since my son attended Grade R in 2005 and have nothing but praise for the Educators and their Principal. You have set a benchmark for all schools in your area to follow, continue and we the community will be able to rest assured that our youth are being given the neccessary tools to tackle what awaits them in their further education endeavours. My son is presently in Grade 7 and he like myself only have fond and wonderful recollections of his years in your institution. Keep up this excellent, and I say this not in a facicious way, but from the bottom of my heart, keep up this excellent work. This is didcated to all, the Principal, Deputy Principals and Teachers at this jewel of an institution. God Bless you all as you continue in your task of educating our future leaders.

On 09 Sep 2011 Leslie S. Walters said:
My son's educators were Mrs Abrahams Gr.R, Mrs Weavers Gr.1, Mrs Khan Gr.2, Mrs Van Gie Gr. 3, Mr. Hendricks Gr.4, Mr Gamieldien Gr.5, Mrs Williams Gr.6 and Mr Prins Gr.7. I wish all God's blessings on you wonderful people that have helped shaped my son's future.

On 14 Sep 2011 Leslie S. Walters said:
My son's name is Tristan Conan Jones-Walters. I have had the pleasure of serving on the SGB for a number of years. I have been the Chairperson of the SGB for the school years 2010 and 2011 and can without a doubt say that the school is in good hands in the person of Mr Colin Baron. Through all my dealings with him and his staff there is one outstanding commonality. and that is the betterment of the learners and in giving them the neccesary tools to excell, which can be seen bty their achievements.

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