If you require assistance or are interested in getting involved with any of our projects please contact Father Neville Naidoo at
or Nthabiseng Llale at
We would encourage you to read the following web page to understand the importance of incorporating CSR within schools: How to Give Students Future-Ready Skills Through Community Service
Father Neville Naidoo
Local Rotary Club (Interact Club)
Bishop Bavin School is proud to be associated with our local Rotary club by having our very own interact club as an extra-curricular activity at our school.
We have built a strong relationship with the Rotary Club and our children are very dedicated in the running of this club at school.
This year our interact president is Ross Griffiths and our Vice-President is Nhlanhla Mashinini. It is a club for children aged 12 – 18 run and governed by children aged 12 – 18.
For more information on the Interact club please see: https://www.rotary.org/myrotary/en/learning-reference/learn-topic/interact
Corporate Social Responsibility Programmes At Bishop Bavin School
Bishop Bavin School has had a very proud tradition with regards to fundraising for and supporting previously disadvantaged communities and other worthy charitable causes. We try to instil a sense of willingness in our children to get involved in projects that we know will assist people in need.
Throughout the year we get involved with community projects such as the Cancer Shaveathon, SANBS Blood Drive, Clothes To Good, Shoebox of Love, Warm The World, Project Dignity, Reach For A Dream Slipper Day and Project Footprint.
We often have children and staff volunteering time to assist at Children’s homes, schools and pre-schools. We also have various collections throughout the year of food, blankets, clothes, baby products, sports equipment, school shoes, stationery, toys and much much more.
We are also involved in various environmental and animal projects. We are a member of Generation Earth and our Prep School has a very active Enviro Club. We try our best to expose our children to as many environmental causes as possible in order to make them aware of the world in which we live and how to preserve it.