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Hours (Monday to Friday)
Delivery and Collection of Children
Children must be accompanied into the School building
Children may only be collected by or with the written
permission of the person(s) who signed the enrolment form, OR if parents gave
written permission for other person(s) to collect.
Settlement of Children
Signs of Illness
Children suffering from infectious diseases are not allowed
to attend School
Children with yellow/green noses are also infectious. Children on antibiotics are allowed back at
School 48 hours after first dose
In certain cases (e.g. head lice), a clearance certificate
issued by the Health Department of Randburg City Council will be required on
Must be clearly marked with child’s full name and
Must be left in the Room next to the Office and collected
Please inform your Teacher when your child needs
medicine. It is the PARENTS
responsibility to take medicine/s home in the afternoons.
Clothes must be clearly marked
Children must wear suitable clothes for outdoor play
(preferably without shoes when the weather permits it as this is important for
the development of foot muscles).
Slippery shoes can be dangerous when climbing on the apparatus
Teach your child to look after his/her clothing and shoes
and to put it away in his/her case or bag, as and when he/she takes it off
School clothes are not compulsory. Please order these by the 5th of
each month so we can place orders. It
will take ± 3 weeks.
Baby and Toddler requirements
Two (2) face cloths with loops, which should be brought
clean each Monday and collected on Fridays to be washed
* A change of clothing
* Five (5) nappies
* A plastic bag
* A bib
* Nappy pin, if necessary
* Bottles with milk formula/juice.
Nursery School Children requirements
Red and Blue Classes
Learn to socialize with other children
Learn to work in a group situation
Learn to follow and carry out instructions
Learn to be independent, i.e. dressing, toilet routine,
Learn to be creative by introducing them to painting,
colouring, pasting and drawing
Develop vocabulary and language through story-telling and
discussions of subjects and given situations or pictures
Using a pair of scissors to cut as close as possible to a
Gross motor skills: balancing, hopping, walking on a
straight line, kicking a ball, etc.
Free play periods to pay with educational toys.
Green and Yellow Classes
Before a child is ready for
School, it is necessary for him/her to:
Have an effective control of his body and limbs
Have fine control of his hand and fingers
Be socially adjusted in Class for learning purposes, i.e.
able to work on his/her own, accept authority, wait his/her turn and interact
with others in a group
Learn with understanding and remember what is heard
See with perception and interpret what is seen
Be able to absorb knowledge, remember it and later
reproduce it, i.e. concentration, attentiveness, persistence and memory
Be able to categorise through differences and similarities
Be able to understand, speak and express himself / herself
clearly through language.
We follow a School Readiness
Programme. This programme is designed to
develop the above skills and in so doing creates in the Child a real desire to
learn and an enthusiastic, positive attitude towards “big school”. We also do hand/eye co-ordination exercises,
memory training games and exercises in order to develop listening skills. This involves the Children in perceptual
Children are from time to time entertained on an outing to
a place of interest, e.g. zoo or farm, etc.
We also get this entertainment to come to our School, which is a safer
Extra Murals offered
Horse Riding Lessons
School Readiness Assessments
For all Children
whether enrolled for half day or full day
Safety of Children
We realise that
Children are investigative by nature and on top of that has lots of energy. Experience has shown that injuries sustained
on School grounds cannot be eliminated completely. The following preventative measures have been
taken / are being taken to ensure an environment as safe as possible:
2 meter fencing around the premises
Regular inspection of playground equipment
Throwing of objects is prohibited
Playground duty by Personnel
Regular road safety play on our traffic circuit
First Aid attendance to minor injuries
Training of Personnel to do First Aid and CPR.
Circumstances affecting Child behavior
Change of Address and/or Telephone numbers
A non-refundable registration fee and a deposit which is
refundable when a 2 month’s notice is given when leaving, will be payable on
The registration fee and advance payment will be forfeited,
should the Child for any reason whatsoever not attend School.
As Children are under normal circumstances enrolled for the
Calendar year, School fees are based on an Annual tariff.
Fees can be spread over the period of 12 months (i.e. 2 x
half yearly, 4 x quarterly or 12 x monthly payments).
Fees spread over the period of 12 months are in all
instances payable in advance on the first day of the month.
No refund will be considered due to being away on holiday
Please notify us in writing of any change in your Home or
Work Address and Telephone Numbers.
Notice for Termination of Enrolment
As a specific place is reserved for the Child, two Calendar
months’ notice will be required.
Notice must be submitted in writing by no later than the
last school day of the preceding month.
Fees are payable till the last day of the Notice period,
i.e. if Notice is received on the 31st of May, fees will be payable
for the following month, i.e. till 31st July.
Late Payment of Fees / Outstanding Fees
A R100.00 surcharge will be levied on all payments made
after the 5th business day of the month.
Should fees be outstanding for a period of more than 3
weeks, the Child will forfeit his/her position at the School.
Children leaving at the end of November
as children are enrolled/re-enrolled (i.e. a position is
reserved for the Child) for the Calendar year or the remainder of the Calendar
as staff and other overhead expenses need to be borne
irrespective of whether the Child attends school or not.