Bryandale Pre-Primary School has a long-standing tradition and pride in a learner-centred programme that aims at the comprehensive education of all learners.
Parents and teachers work together at school and at home to instil core values, and the school offers a base of clear communication and support. The dedicated and passionate staff work together as a dynamic team; and on-going professional development is imperative in their endeavour to properly prepare learners to function independently in a twenty-first century world.
Bryandale Pre-Primary is a member of ISASA.
I hope you have all found the time to play with your children this last week. I know that in our busy lives it can be a challenge to make the time to play games and be with our children, but it is these moments that they remember and treasure.
Spring is in the air! We are looking forward to the warmer days and for all the excitement that this season brings with it. “There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature – the assuring that dawn comes after night, and spring after winter.”
Every Friday every child has a turn to be the “star of the week”. The child brings a poster, which the child has made with the parents. The poster is all about the child and includes pictures of the child’s favourite things eg. Food, restaurant, activities etc and pictures of the family pets and anything else which is special to the child. The child is given the opportunity to show the children their poster and to discuss it. The child wears a star badge and the poster is displayed in the classroom for a week.
Dearest Gill, Nadine and Angela,
WOW! What a terrific show last night. Thank you so much for your hard work, it really paid off. It was so special to see the littlies perform so well. Very entertaining. Makes me a very proud mommy.