You, as the parent, must inculcate in your child a positive attitude towards effort, perseverance and plain hard work.  You, as the parent need to check your child’s work every night and day.  Schooling cannot always be easy or fun.  There will always be an aspect of compulsion and learners will be expected to deliver the goods, fun or not.  Do not accept excuses from your children for lack of application or poor discipline.  Also, keep in mind that you, the parent, are the primary educator of your children.


The school fee tariff is R5 900 per learner per year, and may be paid over 10 months.  Payment options are as follows:

Full payment at the beginning of the year; or Three pro-rata payments payable at the end of Term 1 2 and 3; or ten monthly instalments of R590 beginning January with the final (10th) instalment due end of October.


Would those of you wishing to make a cash sponsorship donation (to assist indigent parents/learners to pay a portion of the 2013 school fees), please ensure that you indicate clearly on the cheque, deposit slip, Internet banking or envelope, that the amount is for SPONSORSHIP (SCHOOL FEES).


Due to the exams starting mid June, it is imperative that learners start early to revise the work done in the first and second term.


Computer related expenses R171, consumable stock R852, gardens and fields R120, general purchases R1 336, hardware/maintenance/plumbing R1 423, machinery maintenance R571, medical supplies R609, Metro services R29 087, toilets R2 146 and transport R4 058.


The winter uniform is as follows:


Regulation grey shorts OR grey longs, tracksuit jacket, grey socks, plus plain navy blue tie is to be worn at all times with long sleeve blue shirt.  NO track suit pants may be worn over the school uniform.


Plain blue long sleeve shirt and navy blue tie, regulation girl’s grey longs (NO POCKETS) both styles available from our suppliers are acceptable OR grey tunic, plain navy jersey (optional), tracksuit jacket.


Parents must please ensure that the long pants are the correct length in order to make the uniform look neat and tidy.


Just a reminder to parents that the date for optional uniform has been amended due to the sudden change in weather patterns.

Winter uniform becomes optional on Monday 29 April till 13 May when every learner should be in FULL WINTER UNIFORM.


Please note that there will be NO cricket match tomorrow, Saturday 4 May for the U10/U11 team; there will however be a practice from 7:30 – 9:30. The next match will be on Saturday 11 May against Old Eds at Rand Park Primary.

There will also be NO cricket match tomorrow, Saturday 4 May for the U12/U13 team.  The next match will be on Saturday 11 May against UJ, venue yet to be confirmed.


Please remember to support our business partners on a regular basis.  We had raised R16 752.71 at the end of April.  Thanks to all participating parents.



Wednesday 8 May:  RP vs Risidale

U9, U10 & U11 (Home)

U12 & Open (Away)


Thursday 9 May:  RP vs Northcliff

U9, U10 & U11 (Home)

U12 & Open (Away)


SOCCER: RP vs Cliffview 

U9A Lost 3 – 1

U9B Lost 3 – 2

U10A Won 3 – 0

U10B Lost 7 – 0

U11A Lost 4 – 3

U11B Lost 8 – 1

U12A Lost 3 – 1

U12B Lost 4 – 1

 U13A Lost 2 – 0

U13B Lost 4 – 1

NETBALL:  RP vs Rosebank

U9A Lost 7 – 6

U9B Won 1 – 0

U10A Lost 9 – 2

U10B Lost 8 – 0

U11A Lost 8 – 6

U11B Lost 3 – 2

U12A Won 14 – 2

U12B Won 2 – 1

Open A Won 8 – 4

Open B Lost 6 – 1


All learners are to abide by the provisions of the Code of Conduct and it is the parents’ responsibility to ensure compliance.  Copies of the Code are available from the school secretary.


Learners undertake to be in possession of appropriate working and learning materials.


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Courtesy, respect, good manners and kindness are expected from all learners.


Educators must ensure that they endeavour to maintain a classroom and school atmosphere which promotes good behaviour and effective teaching and learning.


Parents must ensure that they provide their child with the resources, basic equipment and learning materials needed to complete school work (both classwork and homework).


HONEYDEW DRAPERS SCHOOL WEAR:  Honeydew Shopping Centre, Cnr. Beyers Naude & Blueberry Streets (011) 795-1617.  Blue long sleeve shirts are on SPECIAL at the moment.   Compare our affordable prices to other stockists.

BONETTS INTERIOR PROJECTS:  Under carpet, tile and wood heating, carpets, wood and vinyl flooring and blinds.  Contact Tony for a no obligation quote on 083 290 1757 or

HANDY MAN:  Are you looking for a good, reliable handyman?  Contact Mary on (011) 675-7128 081 467 0095 to make an appointment.

MASTER MATHS: Problems with Maths?  Master Maths (Grade 4 – 12) can help!  Individualised tuition.  Parkside Centre, Ostrich Road, Bromhof.  Contact Brenda on (011) 791-3967.

HOME SCHOOLING:  Struggling in Grade 4, receive a recognised education in a relaxed and small school environment at Tutor the Future.  A caring home schooling centre in Randpark Ridge offers small class teaching with qualified teachers.  Ideal for learners who prefer a more relaxed and informal school setting.  Contact Sue on 084 594 4236 or visit

GARDENER:  Costa is looking for gardening and odd jobs in and around the house.  He is committed, honest and a hard worker.  He comes highly recommended.  Please call 082 552 8557.

DOMESTIC: Nomzamo is looking for part or full time domestic work.  She has excellent references and has worked in a nursing home as a caregiver.  Please contact her on 082 620 6244 or 084 883 7065.     

STUDENT’S SCHOOLWEAR & SPORT:  For the best prices on quality school wear, skate, surf wear and stationery.  Efficient and friendly service.  All uniform in stock.  Open 7 days a week.  Trinity Village Shopping Centre (opp Trinity School).  Contact us on (011) 795-4305 or www. studentsschoolwear

PANORAMA FOOTBALL CLUB:  We are based in Radiokop and are open to all ages from 5 years to Vets.  Panorama Football Club are proud to say we have 4 x level 1 SAFA coaches as well as UEFA licence A & B coaches.  We boast 4 full fields to accommodate our growing members.  We are also very proud that we have become the official satellite club for the Black Aces.  For more info on training days etc, please contact Mariesha on 079 769 2040 or visit

KIDS CLUB:  Every Friday night from 6pm – 7:30pm, at The Barn Christian Fellowship, cnr. Kelly Ave & Sylvan Road, Boskruin.  A fun and safe environment for your kids to come to!! This week’s theme:  Fun Fair!  See you there!  For more info contact 792-1340.

PANORAMA COBRAS JUNIOR RUGBY CLUB: Rugby training has started at the Panorama Sports Club in Radiokop from 17:30 – 18:45 on a Tuesday and Thursday. Please come and join us for some fun.  Fees are R750 for the season excluding rugby kit.  Payment option plans are available.

TENNIS COACHING:  Professional tennis coaching is offered at the school tennis courts, Monday to Saturday.  Group as well as private lessons available.  All levels catered for, as well as adult coaching.  Contact Sharon or 083 256 1969.

Randpark Primary School