Edutod Pre-School – Happy Beginnings

Edutod Pre-School – Happy Beginnings

Private Property South Africa
Claire Fraser

Edutod Pre-School is located in Jacqueline Drive in Garsfontein, conveniently close to Garsfontein High School and Garsfontein Primary School and on the route to Atterbury Road.

Edutod is a safe, happy pre-primary school located on a spacious property surrounded by a wall. This ensures your child’s security and gives parents peace of mind, and allowing children the freedom to play. The school has well-equipped classrooms, with toys and a swimming pool, all geared towards gross motor development.

Edutod strives to educate the whole child. This means the curriculum covers their emotional, physical, cognitive and social needs in a multi-cultural and stimulating environment. All teachers at the school are qualified and regard their jobs as a fulfilment of passion, ensuring that children are given the attention and care they need in an atmosphere of love. Teachers nurture the best interests of all children, and these school years prepare them extensively for their futures of formal schooling.

In addition to their classes, children at Edutod are offered a range of extra-mural activities – all of which have been selected for their developmental benefits for young children. Included in the school fees is computers, Kiddi Beat music education and PHD4 Kids, which is a sports development programme. Over and above these, the activities that are billed in addition to the school fees are swimming lessons, ballet and Miki Maths.

Edutod participates in the annual mini day hosted by Doxa Deo College. At this festival, pre-primary schools from the area are invited to a day of fun. This started with mini-soccer and mini-rugby, but 2012 will see a mini-Olympics and promises to be a fun, social day on the Edutod calendar.


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