A daily bus service to Pinetown and surrounding areas is provided for day scholars.
School buses transport the boarders to Durban and Pietermaritzburg on a Friday and from Durban only on a Sunday.
Weekly boarding is available for scholars from the age of 3 years, where families live far afield and where daily transport to and from school is impractical.
Younger boarders are housed in separate freestanding dwellings taking into account their age and gender.
The school site is securely fenced and has manned and electronic security measures in place.
Dining facilities, serving nutritious and balanced meals, are provided for boarders and some of our day scholars.
Appropriate classrooms are equipped with the latest audio/visual aids. There are suitable recreational facilities and an extensive library.
A full-time Audiologist attends to hearing aids and all audiological requirements.
A full-time Speech Therapist provides therapy to all Pre-Primary and Foundation phase scholars.
The medical well-being of each child is ensured by the daily full-time attendance of a qualified nursing sister and a contracted “on-call” doctor.
A General Practitioner and an Ear Nose and Throat Specialist visit the School every alternate week.
The holistic welfare of scholars is catered for by the organisation of sporting activities and cultural events:
Drama and stage craft
Weekly dancing lessons for all primary pupils
Rotary Interact Club