Grade 5 Bhongolethu Service Project

Paying it forward that pays back like a boomerang. Our students enjoyed the opportunity to bless others while catching the blessing themselves. They cannot stop raving about the day.

iLearn: iConnect: iCare: Grade 7 Service Project

a huge donation of baby clothing was handed over to Sweet Peas who are passionate about providing support to families of premature or sick infants and to those who have been affected by teenage pregnancy. Well done, Grade 7 students, your unconditional love and support is greatly appreciated.

Community Outreach and Service Projects 


In an effort to give back to our community, Sun Valley Primary commits itself to a series of Community Outreach Projects that are carried out in Grade R – 7, as well as through the Sun Valley Primary staff. 

Parents are very instrumental in assisting by providing the different donations or items. It is one of the highlights for each learner who manages to consider their role in the broader community. Whether it’s about a Beach clean up or the Ecobrick project, our parents rally to support our learners. Each year has presented challenges, but our SVPS families have not ceased to surprise us with the many donations. 

Grade R

Sunbird makes it their mission to collect non-perishable nutritional food items for the Neuwerus-Napier Aftercare Centre. 

Grade 1

Our Grade 1 students get the opportunity to give back and put their new found environmental skills and ideas into practice by collecting warm blankets and tinned/dry dog food for TEARS. They have also expanded their outreach to include the TEARS Cattery. 


Grade 2

The Grade 2 students donate to SANCCOB and they adopt penguins to look after for the year. 


In Grade 3, theOutreach is focused on underprivileged children in our local community.The Grade 3 students visit iThemba Pre-Primary twice a year and spend time playing and sharing a picnic on the field with the children from iThemba.As a grade, they gather books, stationery, toys and balls to donate to them on theirvisits. 

All Ai considered, we have collaborated with the annals of History when man landed and walked on the moon for the first time Sunday, July 20, 1969, and Astronaut Neil Armstrong stepped onto the surface. As his left foot touched the surface, he said solemnly, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Sun Valley advances steadfastly in Future Learning – one byte at a time.



The Grade 4 students hold a Grade collection to collect funds for the SPCA and they also spend time building Eco Bricks which they deliver to the Kommetjie Eco-School. 




Grade 5

The Grade 5 students visitthe children at the Bhongolethu Foundation. They collect educational toys and then spend time connecting with the Bhongolethu children by having picnics, playing with lego, teaching them cricket and soccer skills and more. 

Grade 6

The Grade 6 Community Service Outreach is to support Living Hope. There, they pack goodie bags containing toiletry items that they have collected over the term. The items will be issued to those in need seeking refuge at Living Hope. 



The Grade 7 students and a group of Prefects team up with the Sweet Peas organisation, an outreach group that aims to provide emergency care packs for babies born at False Bay Hospital. 
This exciting community development project follows on from the Baby Project during which Grade 7 students are given the demanding task of having to care for a 2,5 kg Flour Baby, twenty-four-seven, for a 2 week period. During the course of this project Eve Halloway from the Sweet Peas organisation offers a presentation to our students in which she shares the plight of less fortunate mothers and babies (many of these mothers are often teenagers). This talk proves to be a real eye-opener for our young learners. Learners experience a heightened understanding of the huge responsibility of parenthood and the consequences of unplanned and teen pregnancies.
Sun Valley Staff
The Staff Community Service project collects blankets and food items. The staff then delivers the donations to Living Hope in Red Hill, for distribution to families in need in Ocean View, Masiphumelele, and Red Hill.