Our school is nestled in the rolling cane fields of the quiet area of Tinley Manor as part of the Palm Lakes Family Estate, which is not far from the towns of Umhlali and Salt Rock and only a few minutes from the ‘hustle and bustle’ of the rapidly expanding town of Ballito.
The general aim of assessment at Trinityhouse Palm Lakes should provide evidence of pupil performance relative to learning outcomes and assessment standards as described in the National Curriculum Statement.
At Trinityhouse Palm Lakes, we recognise the importance of an extensive Extramural programme in the holistic development of each child. On the sporting front we offer Cricket, Hockey, Soccer, Rugby, Netball, Tennis, Swimming and Cross country.
Access to our Mini-Astro court helps to develop hockey and soccer skills.
Regular swimming lessons is beneficial for water confidence and for developing swimming skills.
Cricket Turf Pitch
Cricket fixtures are played on our top class Turf Pitch
Netball fixtures are played on our top class netball courts
Tennis is coached by our resident professional coach.
Marimbas at Palm Lakes
The Marimba is one of those truly African instruments that can be played easily by anyone and everyone. The marimba provides the perfect accompaniment to dancing and singing as well as being a marvelous solo and ensemble instrument. Together with a variety of percussion instruments, the marimba band can play anything from traditional African, jazz, pop and classical music. The beauty of this instrument is that NO previous music knowledge is necessary and within a short space of time groups of learners are playing together like seasoned musicians. At Trinityhouse Palm Lakes we use our marimbas in the music classroom as part of CAPS, making the music lessons come alive and excites every learner who enters the music classroom!
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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.