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Bishop Bavin School Grade 8 Admissions 

Information Evening:  – 8th February 2018 @ 18h30 at Bishop Bavin School.

Admission Exams:  – 9th February 2018 from 14h45 to 17h00 at Bishop Bavin School.

Spend a day with us:  – 26th to the 28th of February.

If you require a quick response to any questions you might have, please email Angelique Andrews at or call us on 011 026 9641.

Do you feel it is your duty as a parent to fully explore all the educational opportunities available to your child in South Africa?

Is the current educational environment that your child is exposed to, going to carve out the picture perfect future you envision?

Bishop Bavin School is giving parents of children that will be eligible for Grade 8 (the start of high school) in 2019, the opportunity to take a look at what we have to offer. Don’t miss the opportunity to spend a little time with Bishop Bavin School and explore the amazing world of opportunities our unique private educational system can open up for your child.

We will afford you the opportunity to find out all about our college during our ‘Information Evening’ on Thursday and on Friday this week, your child will get the opportunity to write our free admission exam for the chance to be eligible for a 2019 place in our grade 8 classes.Even if your child is only going to be entering grade 8 in a later year (e.g. 2020, 2021 or 2022) please feel free to submit your details and attend our events and find out what we have to offer.


About Bishop Bavin School


Bishop Bavin School, located in Bedfordview, Johannesburg, is an exclusive, private, independent, Anglican co-ed day and boarding school, catering for children from Creche to Matric.


Simply fill out your details to indicate your interest in being part of our Grade 8 admissions process (Please note that participation in our Grade 8 information evening and writing our entrance exam is FREE)

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