- Afrikaans (first additional language)
- Computer skills
- Conversational Zulu (first additional language)
- English (home language)
- Environmental appreciation
- Life skills
- Literacy and numeracy
- Physical education
The Junior College (Grade 1-3) curriculum presents a diverse, stimulating academic timetable and introduces our young students to the more formal aspects of classroom tuition. Over and above the prescribed subjects of Literacy and numeracy, and Life skills, our students are exposed to the joys of Afrikaans, Art, Computer skills, Conversational Zulu, Drama, English, Environmental appreciation, Music, Physical education, and Science.
Well-appointed classrooms are resourced with appropriate teaching aids including smartboards and projectors. Hands-on learning is promoted and encouraged, with the focus on “thinking out of the box” skills, lateral thinking and active participation in all areas with the assistance of leading edge technologies. The academic bar is raised high and pupils are constantly challenged to attain this and even reach beyond. Teacher Assistants are always on hand to work with pupils who require a little extra one-on-one time, as well as for stretching those who grasp the concepts with ease.
Downtime for our students exposes them to the sheer enjoyment and appreciation of nature in the form of our beautiful Wetlands ecosystem. At any given time during break, pupils can be seen checking on the progress of our resident Egyptian Geese and their fluffy goslings. They also have the opportunity to enjoy our custom designed junior playground which is equipped with a host of apparatus designed to refine and improve fine and gross motor skills.
Our dedicated teaching staff are committed to each student as an individual, and their kind and caring manner ensures a smooth, planned, and comfortable transition between the Junior and Middle Colleges.