Children respond to change in a number of different ways, they need the confidence and thinking skills to understand the world around them and they need to be able to adapt to change or make change happen.
“Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.” Stephen Hawking
An inspiring story to read if you have not done so yet, is The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery. To a child the grown-up world can be bewildering, and they may very well.
We welcome you to our unique education system. We are proud of our fresh and alternative approach to education and the fact that we provide children with the finest all-round education available. We believe strongly in value-based education: our children should enjoy their schooling so that it sets the tone for life-long learning and create well-rounded, responsible citizens of the future.
Our vision is to be the ideal school of choice in the area, offering a unique education to all-round achievers whilst nurturing the essence of the child.
To encourage independent thought: teaching pupils to think, understand and apply rather than learning by rote.
To see and discover talent in every pupil; praising effort and achievement on every front.
Selecting and supporting teachers who will inspire, enthuse and encourage pupils to the highest levels of their ability, thus maximising their potential.
Continually reviewing and renewing our policies to ensure that the education we provide remains innovative and appropriate.
Exposing children to a full spectrum of experiences which will enrich and expand their cultural horizons.
Developing leadership and team play through a wide variety of sports and cultural pursuits at both competitive and social levels.
Implementing a school policy which is caring and empathetic and respects each individual’s needs, dignity and rights.
Show Private Schools. We show private schools detail from all over South Africa because you need to find the best school for your child. We include the telephone number as well as when available the website link.
The South African Schools Act (SASA) of 1996 established a national schooling system and recognised two categories of schools: public and independent. Public schools are state controlled and independent schools are privately governed. All private schools were included into the independent school category.