For further information and tickets, contact the school on 031-262-6205.
The well focused school principal is also an avid motorbike rider who owns two motorbikes.
The college in its strongest terms, condemns the acts of any form of racism.
School principal, Pompey Sukool said the highlight of the day was the superb horse show conducted by the Durban Metro Police.
A parent, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said that parents have been complaining about the particular teacher and it has been falling on deaf ears.
Pupils from throughout the sunny province of Durban were invited to the Durban Beachfront Promenade to play an exciting game of leapfrog.
Dr Mistry explained that their experience of the school was far beyond their expectations as they expected to see an old dilapidated school with diminishing enrolment.
The transformation of the existing Science block into the Victor Daitz Mathematics and Science Centre concluded last Wednesday.
The principal added that due to the dire economic situation of the area, particularly the schooling community, fundraising efforts for any welfare relief for the pupils of the school were limited.
The special function was enjoyed by all participants.
World Read Aloud Day is supported by USAID, the KZN Department of Education, the Department of Basic Education and uShaka Marine World.