Welcome to Japari School – Parkview
In 1966 Dr Sonia Machanick, opened Japari’s doors to 6 bright, talented children who had not found true success in traditional schools. Four of these children were her own. Dr Machanick frequently led the way in educational research publishing a number of educational papers and authoring the spelling book series “Sounds Travel” which is still in use. Japari grew and soon became known as a premier environment for children who learn differently.
As we turned the page on our Jubilee Year in 2016, we can look back at a year of great excitement and celebration!!! Our Reunion, Big walk, moms and daughters Breakfast, Art Auction and our Jubilee Concert, were all incredibly enjoyable and successful. We certainly celebrated our Jubilee Year!!!
At Japari School we celebrate not just achievement but also progress. We understand that learning is at times difficult and confusing. Our enduring aim is to provide each pupil with a tailored education, within a caring community, whereby they can maximise their abilities and achieve personal goals, whether these are academic, artistic, sporting or in other fields. We are ambitious for every child and want them to have the confidence and be ambitious for themselves.
People say “First Impressions are the Lasting Impressions”
From our first visit, last year, to my last visit, this morning, at the what I now call “The Reading Picnic” Japari has made A HUGE LASTING IMPRESSION ON US.
This week has been full of activities. Gala/Cricket/Picnic and that is just for Cameron. I see a lot more going on in the school and you guys (and I mean ALL of you) involved in running the school do an AWSOME job.
I thought I should just take the time to say THANK YOU. YOU ARE A GODSEND
12 – 14 June: Travelling Bookshop
14 June: Parent Support Meeting
16 June: Public Holiday
19 June: Hooked on Books
23 June: Japari Birthday and School closes at 11:00 for the mid-term break
03 July: School will re-open on Monday
There will be no cultural activities on Wednesday afternoon 07 June due to the visit from IQAA