Shaun Smillie and Vuyo Mkize
Rivonia Primary School today won the right to determine the number of pupils it can enrol in a class.
Gerrit Pretorius, counsel for the school, said this morning that the Supreme Court of Appeal had ruled in its favour.
At the time of going to press, he was still waiting for a copy of the judgment. The ruling pertained to principal Carol Drysdale’s refusal at the beginning of the year to admit a Grade 1 pupil.
She said the school was full and classes could not accommodate another child.