How Are We Spending Lockdown?

At this time, Hudson Park is doing everything possible to minimise the impact of the lockdown on school work. Online learning is advancing by leaps and bounds. Learners and their families are rising to he challenge of home study. Staff members and learners are staying in touch via social media. Support staff are working behind the scenes to keep essential services up and running.

In short, we are living our motto, 'By Endeavour We Will Succeed', and we thank everyone for the wonderful effort being made. We are proud of you!

It is an undeniable fact that the greatest pressure yields the most valuable diamond. The hottest fire produces the strongest steel. Just as a star shreds the blackest night, so too will you find your way through the dense tangle of adversity and be better for it.
Andy Andrews

Hudson Park Goes Google

The important thing to know is that, for most Hudson Park learners, there is absolutely no reason why Corona Virus should halt progress. Our educators are providing lesson plans, videos, voice recordings, notes, and other material to ensure that continued learning takes place.

Much of this activity, especially that of our High School learners, will be conducted on Google Classroom, representing an exciting new expansion for us.

In addition, there is a growing supply of other online resources. We invite learners and their parents to investigate these carefully and to make good use of them.

The South African Covid 19 Website

We support the efforts made by all South Africans to bring the Coronavirus pandemic to an end. Stay informed and visit the official South African Corona Virus portal.

Useful Links

Material for Grades 000 to 7

Material for Grades 8 to 12

How does Google Classroom work?

Resource packs for Grades 8 to 12 (to be collected)

A letter from our High School Counsellors

Call Masithethe (formerly Lifeline East London) if you need to talk to someone

Trained counsellors are available to help you telephonically, should you be struggling to cope with your circumstances.

  • English helpline: 043 7222 000
  • isiXhosa helpline: 084 091 5410


Children should access these resources only under parental supervision. The school is not able to verify whether or not there is unsuitable or malicious content on any third-party websites, but can confirm having accessed the links from normally reliable sources.