Due to teachers testing for COVID-19 our school will be closed from 16 September until all teachers receive their results – this is in line with current policies/regulations. We expect our school to be functioning on Monday – if all results are received by 19 September 2020. Parents will be informed via sms to confirm the reopening of the school and the site will be updated as well. All “A” class learners will report for school when we re-open. Parents can access the e-learning material for the next few days to complete / revise. Some of the learners have received booklets and the work should be completed during this period of leave.
Admissions for 2021 are open. All applications to be completed at school.
The following documents are required:
- ID of both parents/guardians;
- Birth Certificate for the child;
- last report to be printed from SASAMS;
- Provisional Transfer form printed from SASAMS (School will provide this);
- Clinic Card and
- a once off admission fee of R150.
Note that in order to finalise admissions, only the original SASAMS printed out TRANSFER FORM and Final Report will be accepted when school reopens – parents to provide these documents before school commences for the learners in January 2020 (date to be confirmed)
Internal school Circular Notice 12/20 has been issued to learners who are attending school as per schedule reflected below. The circular is available here.
The time table for rotational teaching commenced on 31 August 2020 has been issued as Circular 11 of 20 on 25 August. We have selected the alternate day model for the classes as A and B. Simply put, the A classes will report on 31 August, stay at home on 1 September and return on 2 September….while the B class will come on 1 September, stay home on 2 September and return on 3 September…. this pattern continues until the end of the year. The learners will be expected to complete the work given on the “day off” for submission to the teacher when they return to school.
Parents are requested to ensure that the planned alternate days tuition programme is followed to avoid overcrowding at school.
The school has also prepared booklets for home study for those learners who may not return to school until after parents feel it is safe for them to return. These booklets are available at school and parents are to come collect the booklets only between 10:00 and 11:00.
Parents will have to complete the Exemption of learner to attend school form obtained here (or at school) and submit to the school for consideration.
24/07: Schools closed as per announcement by President Ramaphosa. KZN Circular No 63 of 2020has more information for our schools.
Grades 7 learners are at school from 11 August.
21/07: Disinfecting of school completed.
As per regulations, teachers have been tested and will only return when their results are obtained.
19/07: LATEST NEWS ON DISINFECTING OF SCHOOL AFTER POSITIVE CASE WAS IDENTIFIED
The appointed contractor to disinfect the school as per regulations / protocol has not been to school as yet. Due to this, school cannot resume until it has been disinfected. Parents will be informed via sms once it has been disinfected and safe for us to resume. Only Grades 6 and 7 will resume for the rest of July 2020.
17/07: ONLY GRADES 6 AND 7 LEARNERS ARE REQUIRED TO RETURN TO SCHOOL ON 20 JULY 2020 – AS PER KZN Circular No 61 of 2020 ALL OTHER GRADES WILL REMAIN AT HOME UNTIL END OF JULY 2020 WHEN WE EXPECT DIRECTION ON THE GRADES TO RETURN TO SCHOOL.
15/07: School is temporarily shut for decontamination and fumigation, as per directives for managing COVID-19. School will re-open on 20 July 2020. All Grades 3, Grade 6 and Grade 7 learners are expected to be at school. Parents are requested to ensure that the children come in earlier as the screening process takes time to complete for all learners.
13/07: First confirmed positive case at our school. Learner has been identified and is under quarantine at home. The learner was at school for only 1 day. The school is following the protocols and guidelines as provided to us and the Department of Health officials have done a preliminary visit to the school today (13/07/2020). Testing of some teachers was completed and learners of the affected grade will be tested on 14/07/2020 after obtaining the necessary permission from the parents/guardians. Parents are advised to please ensure that the consent form for COVID-19 testing is completed and submitted timeously to school.
The school is taking all necessary precautions and ensures that health guidelines are followed at school to minimize the risk of spreading the coronavirus. It must be noted that we have outside factors that may affect the school resulting in positive cases being identified at school.