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Vradenburg Junior Public School (GR. JK-06)

Discover, explore and sail into learning with Viking Pride.
Vradenburg Junior Public School opened its doors in 1955. The school was named after the Vradenburg family, the original settlers of the land on which the school is located.
The school has achieved a reputation for providing a well-balanced program, both curricular and extra-curricular. The school serves approximately 300 students and is proud to be known as a community school.
Vradenburg Jr. P. S. has a longstanding tradition of parental and community involvement, as many of the residents were once Vradenburg students.
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School Council Chair(s):
Sarojini Sinivasan
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Our Mission
To enable all students to reach high levels of achievement and well-being
and to acquire the knowledge, skills
and values they need to become responsible, contributing members of
a democratic and sustainable society.
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