Vision and Values

At Grace Trinity we strive to:

  • Provide an unrivalled quality of academics
  • Ensure a varied extra-mural programme for maximum participation opportunities
  • Support each child in living a holy, consecrated life (2 Cor 6:17)
  • Teach and prepare our young ladies for a Godly adult life (Ps 119:105)
  • Instil the principles of stewardship and values (1 Cor 15:31)
  • Build self-esteem and strength of character
  • Appoint staff of the highest calibre
  • Provide small classes (a guideline of a maximum of 18 pupils)

We:

  1. Follow the National Curriculum Statement
  2. Operate as an independent self-supporting institution
  3. Provide other community services during the life of the school

Furthermore, we see ourselves as an extension of the family, and we hope to develop a warm, loving atmosphere within the school.

The school is completely self-supporting, through fees that are paid by the parents.

No boarding facilities – day school only
JEREMIAH 29:11 – “For I know the plans I have for you; plans to prosper you and not to harm you; plans to give you hope and a future.”

Learning Areas

Foundation Phase (Grades 1, 2 and 3)

  • Literacy
  • Numeracy
  • Life Skills
  • Physical Education
  • Afrikaans
  • Zulu
  • Performing Arts

Intermediate Phase (Grades 4, 5 and 6)

  • English
  • Afrikaans
  • Mathematics
  • Life Orientation
  • Computer Skills
  • Zulu
  • Arts and Culture
  • NAtural Sciences
  • Social Sciences
  • Physical Education

Senior Phase (Grades 7, 8 and 9)

  • English
  • Afrikaans or Zulu
  • Life Orientation
  • Physical Education
  • Mathematics
  • Computers and Technology
  • Natural Sciences
  • Social Sciences
  • Technology
  • Arts and Culture
  • Economic Management Sciences
  • Zulu

FET Phase (Grades 10, 11 and 12)

  • English – Compulsory
  • Afrikaans – Compulsory
  • Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy – Compulsory
  • Life Orientation – Compulsory
  • History
  • Physical Science
  • Art subjects (Dance/Music/Visual Art/Drama)
  • Consumer Studies
  • History
  • Business Studies
  • Geography
  • Life Science

School Activities

All girls are challenged to try out new things, and be involved.

A wide range of activities which take place outside of school time are available. All students are encouraged and expected to participate in at least one of the activities. Parents’ involvement in their daughter’s sporting and extra mural activities are welcome.

Cultural Extra-Murals (Subject to change)

    • Musical Instruments
    • Choir
    • Dance
    • Drama
    • Eisteddfod
    • Chess
    • Arts & Crafts
      (including scrapbooking, crochet, decoupage, pewter, toy making)
    • Charity & Community Outreach

Sporting Extra-Murals (Subject to change)

    • Netball
    • Hockey
    • Touch Rugby
    • Athletics
    • Mini Tennis
    • Swimming
    • Mountain Biking
    • Cross Country
    • Drum Majorettes

sporting and cultural activities

School Uniform

Summer Uniform
DURATION OF TERMS 1 AND 4Foundation Phase (Grades 1-3):

  • Tartan pinafore
  • Short sleeve white shirt (open neck)
  • Black ankle socks
  • Black unisex lace-up shoes (Green Cross or Bata Toughies)
  • Sleeveless pull-over jersey for cooler days

Intermediate/ Senior/ FET Phases (Grades 4-12):

  • Tartan skirt
  • Short sleeve white shirt (open neck)
  • Black ankle socks
  • Black unisex lace-up shoes (Green Cross or Bata Toughies)

Sleeveless pull-over jersey for cooler days

Intermediate/ Senior/ FET Phases (Grades 4-12):

  • Tartan skirt
  • Short sleeve white shirt (open neck)
  • Black ankle socks
  • Black unisex lace-up shoes (Green Cross or Bata Toughies)
  • Short sleeve pull-over jersey for cooler days

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Physical Education Kit

All grades:

  • Green school skorts
  • White golf shirt with school badge
  • School tracksuit (only in winter terms)
  • Bottle green speedo full costume
  • Bottle green swimming cap
  • White ankle socks
  • Plain white tekkies

Hair accessories are to be simple (i.e. plain elastics, scrunchies, alice bands and school clips), and only in black, white or bottle green.

ALL items are to be CLEARLY MARKED with learner’s name.

 

Eva’s Outfitters

Bracken Gardens – Dischem Centre, Hennie Alberts Street

Bracken City Shoe Centre
Pick ‘n Pay Centre
Hennie Alberts Street

Carnaby Kate
kateallen@netactive.co.za
076 497 8828