Aletheia's Eaglets are prepared for Aletheia Primary School using a comprehensive curriculum that includes Phonetic reading.
Phonetic reading is a unique tool that we use to develop the pronunciation, and the reading of words. The first steps are always important in preparing our little ones for the great things of life. Aletheia's Eaglets are being prepared to complete their highschooling, with an internationally recognized Cambridge qualification.
Kinderkinetics is included in the fees.
Our classes are small with a ratio of approximately 1 teacher for every 20 children.
The pre-school is open during holidays.
Parental involvement is of utmost importance, this will promote a good understanding between parents, guardians, the teachers and the school.
There will be Parent-Teacher consultation evenings during the year. This is to enable regular monitoring of your child’s progress.
- Supervision from 6:45
- Children must be at school by 7:45 especially Grade R students.
- Half day ends at 12:00
- Aftercare starts from 12:00 - 17:00
- If your child is collected after 17:15 a fine of R100 will be implemented (paid on the spot).
Packing a Lunch:
- Please ensure that your child has the following pack for a nutrient lunch:
- A juice bottle (no fizzy drinks, stay away form red or green juice)
- Two slices of bread (cutting the bread into shapes helps make it interesting to eat)
- As a parent you will know if your child needs more or less, but the above will be suffi-cient to 14:00. If your child stays to 17:00 add extra bread, fruit or yogurt
- Please - no sweets are allowed..
- A Homework book will be provided for information from and to the home.
- Please check these books everyday to ensure that you have all the important information needed.
- Please feel free to communicate to your child’s teacher through this book.
Code of Conduct
To maintain order we need all children to adhere to the following:
- No private toys may be brought to school.
- No toys or books from school may go home.
- Children must please wear clothing appropriate to the Christian faith.
- No bad behaviour or language will be tolerated
- No medication will be administered without written consent from parents
- Any damage caused by a child as a result of bad behaviour will be the liability of the parent or guardian.
- Children have to be taken to their classrooms in the morning and collected inside the school premises.
- Please ensure that you use your gate tag everyday, this is an electronic sign in register.
When a child is sick, please keep them at home - please be considerate to other children and parents:
- Any stomach bug - stay at home until all signs has disappeared.
- Rash - if contagious, keep home until rash is completely gone, if not contagious please supply doctors note to confirm.
- Mumps - until swelling is completely gone and no other symptoms remain.
- German Measles - the rash must be completely gone and no symptoms of
- Measles - rash must be completely gone and no symptoms of still feeling ill,
- fever etc.
What to Bring!
Babies 3 - 18 months
- Disposable nappies.
- Wet wipes, tissues, soap etc.
- Formula, purity, juice or tea.
- Two marked face clothes.
- One to two sets marked clothing.
- Own blanket and bedding for nap time.
- Soft toys are welcomed.
- Older toddlers may have snacks like yogurt or fruit.
3 - 6 years
- Lunch box
- Two marked face cloths for washing and drying hands.
- Marked hat for outside activities.
- Extra set of marked clothes.
- School bag that fits 30cm by 30 cm.
Toddlers 18 - 24 months
- Disposable nappies.
- Toiletries (powder, soap, cream etc.)
- Lunch pack .
- Formula (bottles needs to be ready mixed.
- Drinking mugs are welcomed.
- Two marked face clothes (wet wipes are more hygienic and welcomed)
- Extra marked clothes.
- Cap or hat.
Grade R – extra’s
- Retractable crayons
- Wood glue
- A pair of scissors
- 1 x empty 2L ice - cream bowl
- Small Hand towel