The school holiday programme kicked off with the children enjoying The Despicable Me 3 movie and also included an inspirational talk from Sam Pillay, who discussed having fun without having to indulge in illegal and dangerous activities such as abusing substances.
The school is extremely proud of all of the pupils and their achievements.
The devoted principal has dedicated over 39 years to the school and has certainly left an indelible mark in the lives of his staff members and pupils.
Peace education is defined as the process of learning in order to acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes in which to live in harmony with oneself, with others and with the natural environment.
Principal, Mr P Ramdeen said he is very grateful to all of the sponsors.
The Arena Park resident was awarded a silver medal for his innovative project.
The technical school which caters for an average enrollment of 845 pupils, ranging from grade eight to 12, provides holistic education for children from disadvantaged communities such as KwaNdengezi, Umlazi, Welbedacht, Demat, Mariannridge and Chatsworth.
Club president, Vani Govender thanked all donors and sponsors for their sterling efforts in supporting the project despite the current bleak economic climate and for networking with the club.
There was an assembly programme and the children read out various quotes on peace and unity by great personalities such as Nelson Mandela and Mother Teresa.
An enlightening and informative programme was enjoyed by all during the visit to the school, which is situated in Montford.
The speech contest was divided into two parts, a five minutes prepared speech and a three minutes impromptus speech.