Sid. G. Rule Primary Prospectus 2020



PRINIPAL: ANTON PRINCIPAL
7TH AVENUE GRASSY PARK 7945
TEL. 021 7062380 FAX. 021 706 9234
EMAIL: sidgrule.prim@wcgschools.gov.za



Content
1

School Details / Dismissal Times

2

Vision / Mission Statement

3

Curriculum – ECD (Grade R – Grade 3)

4

Curriculum – Intermediate (Grade 4 – Grade 7)

5

Extra-mural Organogram

6

Code of Conduct for Learners

10

Code of Conduct for Parents

11

Parent Meetings

12

Uniform

13

School Fee Structure

14

School Song / School Environmental Pledge



SCHOOL DETAILS

Principal
Deputy – principal
H.O.D ‘s

- Mr. A. Yon
- Mr. J. Jeniker
- Mr. P. Botha (Inter-Sen)
- Mr. M. Daniels (Inter-Sen)
- Ms. L. Naidoo (Foundation Phase)
- Ms. M. Allen, Ms. Rossouw

SMT Member
Secretary
Bursars
School Address
Telephone Number
Fax Number
Email Address

-

Banking Details:
Bank
Branch Name
Branch Code
Account Number
Reference

:
:
:
:
:

Days
Mondays
Tuesdays
Wednesdays
Thursdays
Fridays

Grade R
12:45
12:45
12:45
12:45
12:30

Mrs. M. J. Lazarus
Ms. P. Samuels / Mrs. A. Joseph
7th Avenue, Grassy Park, 7941
021 706 2380
021 706 9234
086 665 3508 (fax for proof of payment)
sidgrule.prim@wcgschools.gov.za

First National Bank
Grassy Park
203109
620 312 761 59
Learners full Name, Surname & Grade
(e.g. Jill Jacobs 1a)
DISMISSAL TIMES
Grade 1 - 2
Grade 3
13:45 (1:45)
14:30(2:30)
13:45 (1:45)
14:30(2:30)
13:45 (1:45)
14:30(2:30)
13:30 (1:30)
13:30(1:30)
12:30
12:30

Grade 4 - 7
14:30 (2:30)
14:30 (2:30)
14:30 (2:30)
14:30 (2:30)
12:30

Extra-mural classes for Grades 3 – 7 dismiss at 15h45 (3:45pm)



Vision
That Sid. G. Rule establishes itself as an institution that
prides itself in delivering a quality education
That Sid. G. Rule produces confident, holistically developed
learners who are able to:
• excel and compete favourably in all spheres of life,
• lead fulfilling lives and
• contribute positively to community development
That Sid. G. Rule promotes positive human relationships
amongst all stake-holders
Values
Mutual respect
Trust
Compassion
Accountability
Unity
Perseverance
Tolerance

Mission Statement
To instil a love and reverence for
our Creator and respect for all.
To promote and instil a desire for learning that would
benefit the learner and the broader community.
To equip learners with the necessary life and leadership
skills
that would build strong characters.
These objectives we will endeavour to achieve by
living out our motto of
Love, Service, Duty.



Curriculum
A.

ECD (Early Childhood Development) (Grade R) /
Foundation Phase (Grade 1 – Grade 3)

1.

Language – (English and Afrikaans)

2.

Mathematics

3.

Life Skills

Extra Curricular Activities
5.

Computer Classes

6.

Library Classes

7.

Remedial

8.

Physical Education (P.E)

9.

Extra-mural (Sports / Skills)

10. Excursions (Pay as you go)
11. Music



Curriculum
B.

Intermediate & Senior Phase (Grade 4 – Grade 7)

1.

Language (English / Afrikaans)

2.

Mathematics

3.

Natural Sciences & Technology

4.

Social Sciences (History / Geography)

5.

Arts & Culture (Battswood Art Centre)

6.

Life Skills (L.O & P.E)

7.

EMS –Grade 7 only

Extra & Co Curricular Activities
8.

Computer Classes

9.

Library Classes

10. Remedial (CAMI /Reading)
11.

Extra-murals

12. Camping – Grade 6
13. Tour – Grade 7
14. Excursions (pay as you go



Extra-mural Organogram
Sport
(example)
Soccer
Netball
Gymnastics
Rugby
Cricket
Sailing
Table Tennis

Skills
(example)
Flower Arranging
Glass Painting
Cooking
Arts /
Drama
Landscaping
Cupcake Decorating

*Service providers

*Swimming
066 213 1123 Zain
061 750 3187 Reuben
*Speech & Drama
Isabel Byers
021 7625167

* Parents pay for these classes which take place
after school hours. Classes are facilitated by
our service providers. Please communicate with
facilitators
Extra-mural Activities
It is expected that learners are actively involved in
our Extra-mural Programme which runs during the
first three terms.
The Extra-mural Programme helps us to develop the
learner holistically.
Learners can do a minimum of ONE activity per week.
➢ Extra-mural activities change every term.
➢ Some sporting codes are seasonal.



CODE OF CONDUCT FOR LEARNERS
The following constitutes a serious breach of school rules:


Smoking on or off the school premises



Absence from school without parent’s permission



Theft committed at or outside school



Open defiance of educator’s or non-educator’s authority



Vandalism to school property (Parents will have to pay for the
repairs)



Excessive aggressive behaviour. (This will be dealt with by the
Disciplinary Committee and may lead to suspension or expulsion.



Late coming



Absence without producing a letter or medical certificate



Running or playing on stoeps, playing between teacher’s cars and
playing in the classrooms



Play fighting or serious fighting



Disobeying the prefects or the scholar patrol



Bringing toys to school, knives or sharp objects (unless asked for by
the teacher)



Chewing of chewing gum / bubblegum



Wearing casual clothes only on Civvies days



Playing in areas not allowed, e.g. the Grade R play park



Disregarding the pedestrian crossing when crossing First Road



Leaving the school without permission from the teacher or the
office



Cell phones not allowed –for calls purchase a phone card for the
public phone in the admin block at school



DETENTION:
What warrants Detention:













Fighting
Swearing
Homework not done on TWO occasions (recorded)
Disrespect to the NON_TEACHING STAFF (Substitutes)
Damaging School Building / Property
Stealing
Cheating in a test
Walking around without a pass
Late arrival for school – Second offence
Leaving school premises without permission e.g. shop, home
Not bringing P.E. Gear – Second offence
Bringing school’s name into disrepute

TEACHERS’ ROLE (Own Class):
1.
2.
3.
4.

Record offence in Discipline Book.
Detention names to co-ordinators by Wednesday for Friday.
Names to be accompanied by Type and Nature of offence.
Disciplinary Committee – to keep a regular register in order to
monitor and assist with class discipline.
5. Parents will be notified with a standard letter.
6. In the letter – Nature of offence and Date of detention to be
specified.
7. Letter sent by Wednesday in order for parents to make necessary
arrangements for transport, Mosque, where necessary.
PARENTS’ ROLE:
a) Reply slip to be signed by parents and returned by Friday.
b) Parents to see the Disciplinary Committee if learner regularly (3
times) attends Detention for the same offence.
c) Parents to account for non-attendance by learner.



Code of Conduct for Learners
Warning
1. Use of vulgar
language in public.

2. Cheating in class.

Suspension
1. Use of Alcohol at
school and outside
school while wearing
school uniform.
2. Major theft. Value
of goods will
determine suspension.
3. Major damage to
school property.

Expulsion
1. Serious assault:
educator, non-educator
or learner.

2. Repeated defiance
of the school
authorities,
3. Petty theft at
3. Use and or sale and
school.
or possession and or
peddling of drugs and
stolen property.
4. Lying to educators. 4. Blatant dishonesty
4. Theft involving
at school.
violence at school.
5. Bringing the school’s 5. Threats to
5. Guilty of any
name into disruption.
educators.
offence proven in a
court of law.
6. Damage to school
6. Deliberate and
6. Possessing a weapon
property – minor and
serious undermining of at school, e.g. knife,
accidental.
the authority of the
firearm, dagger, panga,
principal and educators stick or objects which
and non-teaching
can be used as a
staff.
threat against others.
7. Damage to property 7. Threats of violence 7. Any act. Which in
of other minor pupil on to fellow learners on
the opinion of the
or off the school
or off the school
disciplinary tribunal,
premises.
premises.
endangers the life and
safety of others.
8. Persistent
8. Intimidating of
8. Sexual coercion:
disobedience at
others to enforce
aggressive action
school.
acquiescence including aimed at procuring
bullying fellow
sexual favours.
learners.



Warning
9. Unsporting
behaviour on the
playing field.

Suspension
9. Repeated gender
harassment.

Expulsion
9. Sexual assault:
sex-related crimes
or misconduct –
including rape and
sexual assault.

10. Persistent nonco-operation with
an educator or with
the school
authorities.

10. Sexual
Harassment:
a) Sexual remarks;
b) Snapping bras;
c) Groping of bodies;
d) Pulling down of
shorts or trouser;
e) Flipping up of
skirts;
f) Sexualized jokes
in mixed company.
11. Smoking at school
/ or off the school
premises in school
uniform.

10. Distribution and
/ or possession of
pornographic
material.

11. Actions obviously
aimed at humiliating
educators and
fellow learners.
12. Hurtful, nasty
personalized
graffiti.

12. Actions provoking
racism / sexism and
against any religious
group.

13. Cheating in
tests and
examinations.

13. Playing truant
from school.
14. Serious damage
to educator’s
property.



CODE OF CONDUCT FOR PARENTS


















Please report to the office when visiting the school.
Teachers are not available during teaching hours to receive telephone
calls, unless it is an emergency. Please leave a message with the secretary.
Please make an appointment to see the principal or teacher.
Homework books or workbooks must be signed when sent home.
Medical and dental appointments must be made for after school.
Parents must inform the school about medical information e.g. illnesses
and medical aid membership.
Holidays must be planned to coincide with school vacations and NOT
during the term.
Inform the school about change of address, telephone number of both
parents (home and work).
Parents are not permitted to use the parking area when dropping off
their children at school. Children must be dropped and fetched at the
gate.
The school will not be held liable for any claim, losses, injuries and
expenses suffered by parents or learners which were not caused by
negligence of the school or the responsible teacher.
Parents are liable to pay school fees as determined by the governing body.
Parents are expected to get involved in the education of their child/ren
at school (e.g. assist with sport, attend meetings, assist the teacher in
class with reading, etc.)
Avail yourself for Parent / Teacher meetings to discuss your child’s
progress at the end of every term.
Parents must collect the end of Term Reports at school on the assigned
days determined by the school.

What we expect from Parents
1. It is expected of you to get involved in your child’s learning process, check
and sign homework books, message books and read all circulars.
2. See to it that your child belongs to the library. Help with reading at home
regularly.
3. Prepare your child for school, see to it that he / she
✓ has a good night’s sleep
✓ has a good breakfast
✓ has a packed lunch
✓ has a neat uniform
✓ have all stationery requirements
✓ have all books neatly covered with plastic



4. Compulsory Parent Meetings
Meeting

When

Why
To learn how
the class
teacher does
things in the
class

Grades

1

Meet the Class
Teacher

The beginning
of the year

2

Parent,
Teacher, Pupil
Conference
(Report
collection)

Towards the
end of every
term

To discuss the
learner’s
progress

Grade R to
Grade 7

3

School-based
Support Team
(SBST)

When
requested to
attend a
meeting

To discuss
scholastic gaps

Grade R to
Grade 7

4

AGM / Budget
Meeting

Towards the
end of every
year

To discuss
financial issues

Grade R to
Grade 7

School
Governing Body
Meeting (SGB)

Every 3 years
or when
requested to
attend a bielection

To elect /
replace new
SGB members

Grade R to
Grade 7

5

Grade R to
Grade 7



5. School Uniform
Summer & Winter
Girls and

Boys

Royal Blue Jersey
Tie (Royal Blue, Yellow Stripe)
Rain Mac (Jacket & / or pants)
Beanie - winter
Peak Cap - summer
Royal Blue Dress
Muslim Headgear: Black only

Royal Blue Jersey
Tie (Royal Blue, Yellow Stripe)
Rain Mac (Jacket & / or pants)
Beanie - winter
Peak Cap - summer

White Long / Short Sleeve Shirt
White Ankle Socks
Black Shoes
Gold / Royal Blue Ribbons

White Long / Short Sleeve Shirt
Grey Socks
Black Shoes
Grey Trouser Short / Long

Physical education (P.E.) Gear (Boys and Girls)
White Golf-Shirt
Black Shorts
White Socks
Black Takkies

Please label all items of clothing with your child’s
name and grade using a permanent marker,



6. School Fee Structure
The School Fees are all inclusive of the following:
✓ School Funds
✓ Extra-murals
✓ Computer classes


Parent participation may be required if a certain project
needs to be funded (e.g. Library)



School Fees are charged per learner



Payments should be made directly into the school’s banking
account.



For security reasons, learners are not allowed to bring any school
fees to school.
Banking Details
Bank
Branch code
Account no
Reference

First National bank (Grassy Park)
203 109
620 312 761 59
Learner’s name & grade

Grade R: R3 905.00 (excl. CIF)
CIF)

Grades 1-7: R2 625.00 (excl.

R110.00 (Capital Investment Fund) is added to the youngest learner of
each family.
School Fee Payment Options
1. Once off payment - one full payment by the end of February 2021.
2. Quarterly payments - Three full payments the beginning of Terms 1,
2 & 3 and one full payment the beginning of Term 4.
3. Monthly payments - One full payment the end of each month starting
January 2021. Parents of Gr. R & 1 learners must refer to their
booklet
Bulk payments at the end of the year is not an option.



School Song
We come together each day as one big family.
To prepare ourselves for the world out there.
We only have one goal in mind,
To achieve only the best in life.
To believe in ourselves, is the key to our success,
We are in control of our lives, we are proud of our school,
This is where our future starts,
Love, Service, Duty is the call of our school.
We must believe in ourselves, cause that’s the key to our
success,
We are in control of our lives, we are proud of our school,
This is where our future starts,
Love, Service, Duty is the call of Sid G Rule!

School Environmental Pledge
I promise to uphold the rules of the school.
I promise not to litter.
I promise not to waste water.
I promise to respect the environment.



PRINIPAL: ANTON PRINCIPAL
7TH AVENUE GRASSY PARK 7945
TEL. 021 7062380 FAX. 021 706 9234
EMAIL: sidgrule.prim@wcgschools.gov.za



Content
1

School Details / Dismissal Times

2

Vision / Mission Statement

3

Curriculum – ECD (Grade R – Grade 3)

4

Curriculum – Intermediate (Grade 4 – Grade 7)

5

Extra-mural Organogram

6

Code of Conduct for Learners

10

Code of Conduct for Parents

11

Parent Meetings

12

Uniform

13

School Fee Structure

14

School Song / School Environmental Pledge



SCHOOL DETAILS

Principal
Deputy – principal
H.O.D ‘s

- Mr. A. Yon
- Mr. J. Jeniker
- Mr. P. Botha (Inter-Sen)
- Mr. M. Daniels (Inter-Sen)
- Ms. L. Naidoo (Foundation Phase)
- Ms. M. Allen, Ms. Rossouw

SMT Member
Secretary
Bursars
School Address
Telephone Number
Fax Number
Email Address

-

Banking Details:
Bank
Branch Name
Branch Code
Account Number
Reference

:
:
:
:
:

Days
Mondays
Tuesdays
Wednesdays
Thursdays
Fridays

Grade R
12:45
12:45
12:45
12:45
12:30

Mrs. M. J. Lazarus
Ms. P. Samuels / Mrs. A. Joseph
7th Avenue, Grassy Park, 7941
021 706 2380
021 706 9234
086 665 3508 (fax for proof of payment)
sidgrule.prim@wcgschools.gov.za

First National Bank
Grassy Park
203109
620 312 761 59
Learners full Name, Surname & Grade
(e.g. Jill Jacobs 1a)
DISMISSAL TIMES
Grade 1 - 2
Grade 3
13:45 (1:45)
14:30(2:30)
13:45 (1:45)
14:30(2:30)
13:45 (1:45)
14:30(2:30)
13:30 (1:30)
13:30(1:30)
12:30
12:30

Grade 4 - 7
14:30 (2:30)
14:30 (2:30)
14:30 (2:30)
14:30 (2:30)
12:30

Extra-mural classes for Grades 3 – 7 dismiss at 15h45 (3:45pm)



Vision
That Sid. G. Rule establishes itself as an institution that
prides itself in delivering a quality education
That Sid. G. Rule produces confident, holistically developed
learners who are able to:
• excel and compete favourably in all spheres of life,
• lead fulfilling lives and
• contribute positively to community development
That Sid. G. Rule promotes positive human relationships
amongst all stake-holders
Values
Mutual respect
Trust
Compassion
Accountability
Unity
Perseverance
Tolerance

Mission Statement
To instil a love and reverence for
our Creator and respect for all.
To promote and instil a desire for learning that would
benefit the learner and the broader community.
To equip learners with the necessary life and leadership
skills
that would build strong characters.
These objectives we will endeavour to achieve by
living out our motto of
Love, Service, Duty.



Curriculum
A.

ECD (Early Childhood Development) (Grade R) /
Foundation Phase (Grade 1 – Grade 3)

1.

Language – (English and Afrikaans)

2.

Mathematics

3.

Life Skills

Extra Curricular Activities
5.

Computer Classes

6.

Library Classes

7.

Remedial

8.

Physical Education (P.E)

9.

Extra-mural (Sports / Skills)

10. Excursions (Pay as you go)
11. Music



Curriculum
B.

Intermediate & Senior Phase (Grade 4 – Grade 7)

1.

Language (English / Afrikaans)

2.

Mathematics

3.

Natural Sciences & Technology

4.

Social Sciences (History / Geography)

5.

Arts & Culture (Battswood Art Centre)

6.

Life Skills (L.O & P.E)

7.

EMS –Grade 7 only

Extra & Co Curricular Activities
8.

Computer Classes

9.

Library Classes

10. Remedial (CAMI /Reading)
11.

Extra-murals

12. Camping – Grade 6
13. Tour – Grade 7
14. Excursions (pay as you go



Extra-mural Organogram
Sport
(example)
Soccer
Netball
Gymnastics
Rugby
Cricket
Sailing
Table Tennis

Skills
(example)
Flower Arranging
Glass Painting
Cooking
Arts /
Drama
Landscaping
Cupcake Decorating

*Service providers

*Swimming
066 213 1123 Zain
061 750 3187 Reuben
*Speech & Drama
Isabel Byers
021 7625167

* Parents pay for these classes which take place
after school hours. Classes are facilitated by
our service providers. Please communicate with
facilitators
Extra-mural Activities
It is expected that learners are actively involved in
our Extra-mural Programme which runs during the
first three terms.
The Extra-mural Programme helps us to develop the
learner holistically.
Learners can do a minimum of ONE activity per week.
➢ Extra-mural activities change every term.
➢ Some sporting codes are seasonal.



CODE OF CONDUCT FOR LEARNERS
The following constitutes a serious breach of school rules:


Smoking on or off the school premises



Absence from school without parent’s permission



Theft committed at or outside school



Open defiance of educator’s or non-educator’s authority



Vandalism to school property (Parents will have to pay for the
repairs)



Excessive aggressive behaviour. (This will be dealt with by the
Disciplinary Committee and may lead to suspension or expulsion.



Late coming



Absence without producing a letter or medical certificate



Running or playing on stoeps, playing between teacher’s cars and
playing in the classrooms



Play fighting or serious fighting



Disobeying the prefects or the scholar patrol



Bringing toys to school, knives or sharp objects (unless asked for by
the teacher)



Chewing of chewing gum / bubblegum



Wearing casual clothes only on Civvies days



Playing in areas not allowed, e.g. the Grade R play park



Disregarding the pedestrian crossing when crossing First Road



Leaving the school without permission from the teacher or the
office



Cell phones not allowed –for calls purchase a phone card for the
public phone in the admin block at school



DETENTION:
What warrants Detention:













Fighting
Swearing
Homework not done on TWO occasions (recorded)
Disrespect to the NON_TEACHING STAFF (Substitutes)
Damaging School Building / Property
Stealing
Cheating in a test
Walking around without a pass
Late arrival for school – Second offence
Leaving school premises without permission e.g. shop, home
Not bringing P.E. Gear – Second offence
Bringing school’s name into disrepute

TEACHERS’ ROLE (Own Class):
1.
2.
3.
4.

Record offence in Discipline Book.
Detention names to co-ordinators by Wednesday for Friday.
Names to be accompanied by Type and Nature of offence.
Disciplinary Committee – to keep a regular register in order to
monitor and assist with class discipline.
5. Parents will be notified with a standard letter.
6. In the letter – Nature of offence and Date of detention to be
specified.
7. Letter sent by Wednesday in order for parents to make necessary
arrangements for transport, Mosque, where necessary.
PARENTS’ ROLE:
a) Reply slip to be signed by parents and returned by Friday.
b) Parents to see the Disciplinary Committee if learner regularly (3
times) attends Detention for the same offence.
c) Parents to account for non-attendance by learner.



Code of Conduct for Learners
Warning
1. Use of vulgar
language in public.

2. Cheating in class.

Suspension
1. Use of Alcohol at
school and outside
school while wearing
school uniform.
2. Major theft. Value
of goods will
determine suspension.
3. Major damage to
school property.

Expulsion
1. Serious assault:
educator, non-educator
or learner.

2. Repeated defiance
of the school
authorities,
3. Petty theft at
3. Use and or sale and
school.
or possession and or
peddling of drugs and
stolen property.
4. Lying to educators. 4. Blatant dishonesty
4. Theft involving
at school.
violence at school.
5. Bringing the school’s 5. Threats to
5. Guilty of any
name into disruption.
educators.
offence proven in a
court of law.
6. Damage to school
6. Deliberate and
6. Possessing a weapon
property – minor and
serious undermining of at school, e.g. knife,
accidental.
the authority of the
firearm, dagger, panga,
principal and educators stick or objects which
and non-teaching
can be used as a
staff.
threat against others.
7. Damage to property 7. Threats of violence 7. Any act. Which in
of other minor pupil on to fellow learners on
the opinion of the
or off the school
or off the school
disciplinary tribunal,
premises.
premises.
endangers the life and
safety of others.
8. Persistent
8. Intimidating of
8. Sexual coercion:
disobedience at
others to enforce
aggressive action
school.
acquiescence including aimed at procuring
bullying fellow
sexual favours.
learners.



Warning
9. Unsporting
behaviour on the
playing field.

Suspension
9. Repeated gender
harassment.

Expulsion
9. Sexual assault:
sex-related crimes
or misconduct –
including rape and
sexual assault.

10. Persistent nonco-operation with
an educator or with
the school
authorities.

10. Sexual
Harassment:
a) Sexual remarks;
b) Snapping bras;
c) Groping of bodies;
d) Pulling down of
shorts or trouser;
e) Flipping up of
skirts;
f) Sexualized jokes
in mixed company.
11. Smoking at school
/ or off the school
premises in school
uniform.

10. Distribution and
/ or possession of
pornographic
material.

11. Actions obviously
aimed at humiliating
educators and
fellow learners.
12. Hurtful, nasty
personalized
graffiti.

12. Actions provoking
racism / sexism and
against any religious
group.

13. Cheating in
tests and
examinations.

13. Playing truant
from school.
14. Serious damage
to educator’s
property.



CODE OF CONDUCT FOR PARENTS


















Please report to the office when visiting the school.
Teachers are not available during teaching hours to receive telephone
calls, unless it is an emergency. Please leave a message with the secretary.
Please make an appointment to see the principal or teacher.
Homework books or workbooks must be signed when sent home.
Medical and dental appointments must be made for after school.
Parents must inform the school about medical information e.g. illnesses
and medical aid membership.
Holidays must be planned to coincide with school vacations and NOT
during the term.
Inform the school about change of address, telephone number of both
parents (home and work).
Parents are not permitted to use the parking area when dropping off
their children at school. Children must be dropped and fetched at the
gate.
The school will not be held liable for any claim, losses, injuries and
expenses suffered by parents or learners which were not caused by
negligence of the school or the responsible teacher.
Parents are liable to pay school fees as determined by the governing body.
Parents are expected to get involved in the education of their child/ren
at school (e.g. assist with sport, attend meetings, assist the teacher in
class with reading, etc.)
Avail yourself for Parent / Teacher meetings to discuss your child’s
progress at the end of every term.
Parents must collect the end of Term Reports at school on the assigned
days determined by the school.

What we expect from Parents
1. It is expected of you to get involved in your child’s learning process, check
and sign homework books, message books and read all circulars.
2. See to it that your child belongs to the library. Help with reading at home
regularly.
3. Prepare your child for school, see to it that he / she
✓ has a good night’s sleep
✓ has a good breakfast
✓ has a packed lunch
✓ has a neat uniform
✓ have all stationery requirements
✓ have all books neatly covered with plastic



4. Compulsory Parent Meetings
Meeting

When

Why
To learn how
the class
teacher does
things in the
class

Grades

1

Meet the Class
Teacher

The beginning
of the year

2

Parent,
Teacher, Pupil
Conference
(Report
collection)

Towards the
end of every
term

To discuss the
learner’s
progress

Grade R to
Grade 7

3

School-based
Support Team
(SBST)

When
requested to
attend a
meeting

To discuss
scholastic gaps

Grade R to
Grade 7

4

AGM / Budget
Meeting

Towards the
end of every
year

To discuss
financial issues

Grade R to
Grade 7

School
Governing Body
Meeting (SGB)

Every 3 years
or when
requested to
attend a bielection

To elect /
replace new
SGB members

Grade R to
Grade 7

5

Grade R to
Grade 7



5. School Uniform
Summer & Winter
Girls and

Boys

Royal Blue Jersey
Tie (Royal Blue, Yellow Stripe)
Rain Mac (Jacket & / or pants)
Beanie - winter
Peak Cap - summer
Royal Blue Dress
Muslim Headgear: Black only

Royal Blue Jersey
Tie (Royal Blue, Yellow Stripe)
Rain Mac (Jacket & / or pants)
Beanie - winter
Peak Cap - summer

White Long / Short Sleeve Shirt
White Ankle Socks
Black Shoes
Gold / Royal Blue Ribbons

White Long / Short Sleeve Shirt
Grey Socks
Black Shoes
Grey Trouser Short / Long

Physical education (P.E.) Gear (Boys and Girls)
White Golf-Shirt
Black Shorts
White Socks
Black Takkies

Please label all items of clothing with your child’s
name and grade using a permanent marker,



6. School Fee Structure
The School Fees are all inclusive of the following:
✓ School Funds
✓ Extra-murals
✓ Computer classes


Parent participation may be required if a certain project
needs to be funded (e.g. Library)



School Fees are charged per learner



Payments should be made directly into the school’s banking
account.



For security reasons, learners are not allowed to bring any school
fees to school.
Banking Details
Bank
Branch code
Account no
Reference

First National bank (Grassy Park)
203 109
620 312 761 59
Learner’s name & grade

Grade R: R3 905.00 (excl. CIF)
CIF)

Grades 1-7: R2 625.00 (excl.

R110.00 (Capital Investment Fund) is added to the youngest learner of
each family.
School Fee Payment Options
1. Once off payment - one full payment by the end of February 2021.
2. Quarterly payments - Three full payments the beginning of Terms 1,
2 & 3 and one full payment the beginning of Term 4.
3. Monthly payments - One full payment the end of each month starting
January 2021. Parents of Gr. R & 1 learners must refer to their
booklet
Bulk payments at the end of the year is not an option.



School Song
We come together each day as one big family.
To prepare ourselves for the world out there.
We only have one goal in mind,
To achieve only the best in life.
To believe in ourselves, is the key to our success,
We are in control of our lives, we are proud of our school,
This is where our future starts,
Love, Service, Duty is the call of our school.
We must believe in ourselves, cause that’s the key to our
success,
We are in control of our lives, we are proud of our school,
This is where our future starts,
Love, Service, Duty is the call of Sid G Rule!

School Environmental Pledge
I promise to uphold the rules of the school.
I promise not to litter.
I promise not to waste water.
I promise to respect the environment.


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