The Primary School develops the child as a whole in a creative atmosphere which nurtures and stimulates the development of young minds and characters.

  • Situated 2kms out of Makhado, the Primary School campus is green and leafy and alive with flowering trees and shrubs.
  • Bushbuck and duiker are frequent visitors and birdsong provides a constant backdrop.
  • In line with the vision, the individual child is at the centre of everything that happens in the Primary School. In this culturally and socioeconomically diverse environment, mutual respect and understanding flow naturally from the experience of working and playing together, creating projects, art and drama together.
  • We have an amphitheater which brings the classroom outdoors.
  • Regular field trips not only immerse the children in the riches of the wider environment but are yet another source of cross-cultural enrichment which encourages team-building.
  • The Primary School is a recognised Eco-School and many of the extra-curricular activities – such as the expanding butterfly garden – are focussed on understanding and conserving the environment.
  • Animals are housed on the property. We keep birds like Indian ring-neck, cockatiel, conures, pigeons, geese and a duck. We also have rabbits and a  vegetable garden.
  • The introduction of a double stream, starting in Grade 1 in 2015, has increased the total enrollment and will continue to do so while keeping class sizes between 25 and 30.
  • The academic program combines the National curriculum with the Cambridge International Primary Curriculum.
  • This enables us to benchmark our academic standards globally and remain locally grounded.

We embrace our cultural diversity. Tolerance and respect are part of who we are.