Pixies Kindergarden – Where Learning is Fun!

Private Property South Africa
Claire Fraser

The qualified staff at Pixies Kindergarden lovingly meets all of the needs of little ones through their comprehensive programme. Classes are small and intimate, with the attention to every learner guaranteeing an emphasis on important developmental skills. The structured, theme-based daily programme means that children are given the routine they need to engage with activities; learning through play and discovery. This system also helps learners to absorb their new-found knowledge in a relevant and applicable way. The school also offers a holiday programme that ensures children are taken care of in this supportive, educational atmosphere while parents need to work.

The school day at Pixies Kindergarden include activities that allow for creativity; physical exercise and development, with fine-motor and gross-motor activities integrated into class time. In addition to this, children engage in art, fantasy play and games with blocks, books and other educational games both indoors and using the outdoor apparatus, water, sand and bikes. The activities on offer at the school offer a fundamental introduction to Mathematics, Language and Life Skills.

Included in the school fees are a number of value-added elements that complement the Pixies Kindergarden programme. The school arranges educational visitors to the school or outings that provide learners (two years and older) with an opportunity to augment their lessons. All of their stationery is covered by the fee, as well as a full, balanced menu. Learners who are three years and older are given computer lessons, swimming lessons through Dolphin Swimming School, rugby and netball. Children who are two years and older participate in Monkeynastix classes, which aids in gross motor development and Fun with Notes.

In addition to these activities and offerings, Pixies Kindergarden also hosts pottery, modelling lessons and golf as afternoon activities that parents can choose to add to their account. Transport can also be arranged, and learners are also involved in special extras throughout the year including sports days, the school play, fun days, individual and group photos and the annual graduation ceremony.

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