Junior Colleges Gardens - Partnership in Education

Private Property South Africa
Claire Fraser

Safely situated in the boomed-off suburb of Fairfield in Fourways, Junior Colleges Gardens provides a spacious campus where children can learn and explore.

As a well-established member of the Junior Colleges group, Junior Colleges Gardens has been in prosperous operation for 18 years, and is resoundingly popular for its tree-lined grounds and open lawns. Security guards are employed to ensure the safety of the school. Exciting playgrounds, jungle-gyms and bike tracks form part of the facilities on offer at the school.

Junior Colleges Gardens caters for babies of 4 months to children of 5 years. Across these age groups, instruction is designed to expose and develop a variety of skills. Special focus is placed on the holistic development of each child. The THRASS Reading and Writing programme together with the interactive use of a Smartboard engages children in an exciting curriculum.

Pottery and Music teachers form part of the dynamic team of staff members at the school. Junior Colleges Gardens aims to provide the very best in extracurricular programmes in addition to their focused and structured school curriculum, with children being given the opportunity to participate in Swimming, Karate, Monkeynastix, Ballet, Art, Drama and Soccer.

Children receive balanced and nutritious meals i.e Lunch and 2 snacks. Aftercare and exciting holiday programmes are also offered. During the course of the school year, a number of exciting events take place allowing parents the chance to take a glimpse into their child’s progress and interaction at school level.

Junior Colleges Gardens promises to give children many happy memories!

For more information please contact: Kirstin Taylor – Principal of Junior Colleges Gardens on 011 465 4088 or 0860 SCHOOL

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