WHO MAY ATTEND
The School is open to ALL children (irrespective of their religious background) between the ages of 18 months and primary school-going age. The School reserves the right to approve and disapprove applicants for enrolments.
APPLICATION FOR ENROLMENT
Application for enrolment must be made on an application form available from the Boorhaanol House, Almonda Lane, Cape Town; or obtained through our website or emailing the Principal, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
An application form must be completed and addressed to the Principal, as above, before the child could be considered for enrolment. A deposit equivalent to the first months fee is payable at acceptance of the placement. This will be toward the school fees, but is non-refundable if the placement is cancelled after acceptance.
In the case of more than one child of a nuclear family being registered at the Boorhaanol Nursery School at the same time, one child shall pay the normal fee, and the additional children pay 5% less than the normal fee.
The Boorhaanol Nursery School is a Full and Half Day facility, operating Mondays to Fridays between the hour’s 07h30 and 17h30 strictly. The half-day facility operates from 07h30 to 12h30. The period between 08h30 and 12h30 is considered the Prime Education Time. All children registered at School are expected to be present at the school during these hours.
The School is closed on ALL public holidays and Eid days; and is closed for vacation for a period of one month per year, with such a vacation period commencing during December.
Educational excursions will be undertaken on a regular basis throughout the year. Parents will be informed timeously of dates, times and costs involved and their written consent will be required. CONSENT FORMS are issued on registration in the New Year.
Parents are required to attend all Parents Meetings. Parents will also on class theme changes receive a PIS (Parent involvement sheet). The PIS is the schools way of ensuring that the parents are also involved in the early development of the child by carrying through the theme that the teachers are busy with in the class. Parents are also always invited along on school outings. Parents will also on a bi-weekly or monthly basis receive a newsletter. The newsletter is the schools communication tool, which will inform parents of events and activities happening at the school. This newsletter will also be distributed electronically via email.