2 Saratoga Crescent, Victoria Park, Somerset West, Cape Town, South Africa, 7130
Tel: +27 (0)21 851 2156 | Email us
Registered Non-Profit Organisation
We follow the curriculum of The Western Cape Education Department’s partially. This includes gross motor development, cognitive development, speech, social and self-help-skills. We focus especially on the following: Language (reading, writing and comprehension), Maths (basic calculations), Life Skills, Baking, Music, Art and Physical development.
All learners are evaluated in June and November. Reports are sent home and parents can make an appointment with the relative teacher to discuss the learner’s progress.
Extra mural activities
The following extra mural activities are available at no additional costs during school hours for different groups: horse riding, Play Ball and athletics. The following activities are available at an additional cost during school hours: computer, dancing and art classes. Occupational and speech therapy can be arranged at an additional cost.
Monday to Thursday : 08h00 - 13h00
Friday : 08h00 - 12h00
There is a teacher on duty from 07h15 and the gate closes at 08h00. The school does not offer aftercare facilities or transport to and from school. Learners must please be at school on time and be fetched punctually.
They have break for 30 minutes in which time they can buy sweets from the tuck shop.
The school closes at 10h00 on the last day of each term and learners do not have to wear school uniform that day.
The school follows the calendar of the Western Cape Education Department.
The tuck shop is open daily. The main purpose of the tuck shop is to give learners the opportunity to develop monetary skills. Prices range from R2 to R10.
Wednesdays: "Slap chippies day"
Every Wednesday learners can buy 'slap chips' for R8.
Each learner gets the opportunity to ‘sell’ food on a Friday. We kindly request that you send food and not sweets, because most learners don’t bring food on a Friday. Examples of food: hotdogs, sandwiches and pies. Each learner in the class pays R6 for the food. This money is part of the class fund and will be used at the end of the year to spoil the kids. The class teacher will let you know at the beginning of each term who is responsible for the food on a Friday
Each learner gets a message book in which messages between the home and the school can be written. All newsletters will also be in this book. This book is the link between the teacher and the parent and must be read and signed daily.
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