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Biblical Values

Upholding Biblical values of honesty, integrity, and Christian character.

High Standard Of Education

Providing education of the highest standards from pre-primary to Matric.

Our Campus

Pre-primary, primary and high schools are all in separate sections of our secure, fenced campus in Raslouw, Centurion.

Small Classes

Our philosophy is to keep our school’s classes small (about 24 learners per class) in order to be able to give learners individual attention and foster close relationships between educators, learners and their families.

Thorough Formative Monitoring

Careful monitoring of learners' academic performance and emotional well-being.

Strong Traditions

Building solid traditions at The Way not only leads to greater team spirit, but assists in maintaining discipline and positive school values.

Culture of continuous improvement

A culture of continuous improvement and excellence in academic, social, physical and spiritual spheres. Doing all things as unto the Lord.

Aftercare

This service is available after school throughout the regular school terms. Aftercare fees, as well as lunch options, are available from the office.

"Where every child matters and every moment counts!"

PRE-PRIMARY

Grade RRR – R classes. Christ-centred, play-based learning in a safe, farm atmosphere. Full-day and half-day options, with healthy lunches provided. #Discoverland play area, designed to enhance physical, cognitive and sensory development. Excellent school readiness programme.

PRIMARY SCHOOL

CAPS Curriculum. Small classes, which encourage experiential learning, creativity, social, emotional and cognitive development. isiZulu First Additional Language. An inspired art department. Robotics & the Little Lab Coats Natural Science Programme.

HIGH SCHOOL

100% Matric pass rate. Awards in Maths Lit, Science and EMS. CAPS Curriculum from a biblical perspective. Extra-murals incl. sport & cultural activities. Strong traditions. Exclusive “Summit Leadership Programme” in FET phase.

 

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