Reddam House Durbanville presents personalised tours of our Early Learning School (ELS) every Friday morning. Experience first-hand the joy-filled day of a Reddam child, and explore our beautiful facilities in the company of our ELS Head. Here you have the opportunity to have your questions answered and to find out more about our unique approach to education.
Reddam House Durbanville Early Learning School
The Reddam House Early Learning School is built upon the unique Reggio Emilia approach, which recognises and celebrates each child’s inherent potential. We regard children as competent and capable learners and respect childhood as a time for exploration, creativity and joy-filled learning. Our beautiful campus and facilities encourage curiosity and instil a love of learning in a secure and happy environment.
Our curriculum revolves around the children’s interests and ensuring that each child’s uniqueness is celebrated.
We welcome applications for children aged 1 to 6 years.
SUCCESS IN THE HEART OF THE COMMUNITY
Each school is uniquely developed and designed in response to its environment and location. Schools provide excellent education for between 600 and 2000 students from their local community.
APPEALING TO A BROAD-BASED COMMUNITY
Schools are attractive to all segments and all relevant aspects of schooling from Early Learning (1 year) through Preparatory School to College (18 years) are addressed and embraced.
VIBRANCY AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO TRADITIONAL SCHOOLING
In all phases, schools offer an exciting, fresh, colourful approach compared to traditional education.
A STRONG REPUTATION OF EXCELLENCE
Each school has earned a superlative reputation and has become synonymous with academic, cultural and sporting excellence.
SELECTS THE BEST TEACHERS
Educators and specialists in their field are offered at all levels and in all aspects of the school.
NURTURING AND DEVELOPING EACH STUDENT AS AN INDIVIDUAL
Schools develop well-rounded, happy individuals who love school and their school experience.
AN EMPHASIS ON SPORT AND THE CREATIVE ARTS
Students are encouraged to excel in sport whilst embracing the creative and performing arts.
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