School Fees:

  • Townsview Primary School is a fee-paying school and payment of school fees is compulsory.  The fees for 2020 are as follows:
  • R7 068,00 per learner, which is payable in eleven (11) monthly instalments of R642,55 per month.
  • R589,00 is payable per month if you choose to pay over twelve (12) months.
  • If you have paid January 2020’s school fees of R700.00 in 2019, the balance is payable in ten (10) monthly installments.

Banking Details:

Account Name: Townsview Primary School

Bank: Nedbank, Rosettenville

Branch Code: 191505

Account Number: 1915094305

Reference: Child’s Name, Surname & Grade

School Times:

Grades R, 1 & 2:       07h40 – 13h35 (Monday – Friday)

Grade 3:                     07h40 – 13h35 (Monday & Tuesday)

                                     07h40 – 13h55 (Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday)

Grade 4 – 7:                07h40 – 14h25 (Monday)

                                      07h40 – 13h55 (Tuesday – Friday)

Your co-operation will be greatly appreciated with the following arrangements:

  • All learners must enter the school through the bottom gate in Valda Street in the mornings from 07h00.
  • Grades R, 1 & 2:
    • The Valda Street bottom gate will be open from 13h35 – 13h45  on Mondays – Fridays.
  • Grade 3:
    • The Valda Street bottom gate will be open from 13h35 – 13h45 on Mondays & Fridays.
    • On Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays all Grade 3 learners must exit the school via the Valda Street bottom gate at 13h55.
  • After 13h55 (Tuesdays – Fridays) and 14h25 (MondaysALL learners must leave the school via the Valda Street bottom gate. No learners will be allowed to leave the school via the top Valda Street entrance as there are vehicles entering and exiting this gate.
  • These arrangements may seem tedious, but they’re made to ensure the safety of your children.
  • Foundation Phase learners who need to make use of waiting class until 14h25 (Mondays) and 13h35 (Tuesday – Fridays), must remain in the classroom. THE ONLY LEARNERS WHO SHOULD MAKE USE OF THE WAITING CLASSES ARE THE ONES WHO HAVE OLDER BROTHERS AND/OR SISTERS IN THE SCHOOL AND ARE WAITING FOR THEM FOR TRANSPORT. NO OTHER LEARNERS WILL BE ACCOMMODATED IN THE WAITING CLASS!
  • No parents will be allowed to wait on the school premises for their child. The bottom gate in Valda Street will only be opened when the bell rings.
  • A reminder that during peak times:
    • 07h00 – 07h45: Mondays – Fridays
    • 13h55 – 14h10: Tuesdays – Fridays
    • 14h25 – 14h40: Mondays

Valda Street is a ONE-WAY running towards Main Street and Crozier Street is a ONE-WAY running towards Mabel Street. We have four staff members plus our Scholar Patrol on duty in Valda Street at the end of the school day. THEY ARE THERE TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF YOUR CHILDREN. Any abuse received by parents will be dealt with severely. Fortunately, the majority of our parents and learners obey the rules of the road.

  • Parents are also reminded that all learners not attending an extra-mural must vacate the school premises immediately when the school day ends. Learners waiting for transport must do so at the bus stop.
  • It is not safe to leave your children waiting outside the school gate in the afternoons. Please ensure your children are picked up on time. If your children walk home, encourage them to do so quickly and not to loiter on the way home.

Visits to the School:

  • Report to the administration office upon entering the school.
  • Educators are not available to meet with any parents/guardians during teaching time, unless a prior arrangement has been made when the educator has administrative time.
  • If you wish to discuss a matter concerning your child, it is preferable to set up an appointment with the relevant educator via the homework diary or through the secretaries.
  • If, after discussions with the educator, you wish to see the Principal, appointments during school hours may be made through the secretaries.

Change of Contact Details:

It is imperative that the school be notified immediately should home/business/emergency contact telephone numbers or residential address change during the course of the year.  This information may be forwarded to the school either by letter, via the telephone or e-mail.

Catchment Area:

  • Townsview
  • Towerby
  • Oakdene
  • Eastcliff
  • Rosettenville (up to Violet Street & Lang Street)
  • Kenilworth (up to Cnr. Diering  Street & Leonard Street)
  • Forest Hill (top of Golf Street)

 

UNIFORMS:

Learners should wear the correct School Uniform with pride.  The following requirements need to be adhered to strictly:

BOYS GIRLS
Summer: Summer:
Blue short-sleeved shirt, no T-shirts allowed which are visible.

Grey shorts / Long grey trousers.

Grey long socks with school colours.

Black school shoes.

Navy blue raincoats.

Blue short sleeved shirt.

Navy-blue tunic.

Short white socks.

Black school shoes.

If the learner wears ski pants they must not be visible and must be navy blue.

Navy blue raincoats.

Winter:  Winter:
Blue long-sleeved shirt, no T-shirts allowed which are visible.

School tie.

Long grey trousers.

Grey long socks with school colours.

Black school shoes.

Navy-blue dri-mac.

Only grey or navy-blue ‘beanies’ and scarves.

No ear-muffs may be worn.

No towels or blankets are allowed.

Blue long-sleeved shirt.

School tie.

Blue tunic.

Navy-blue tights or long grey socks with school colours.

Long grey trousers.

Black school shoes.

Grey jersey with school colours.

Navy-blue dri-mac.

Only grey or navy-blue ‘beanies’ and scarves.

No ear-muffs may be worn.

No towels or blankets are allowed.

Sports Uniform: Sports Uniform:
White T-shirt.

Blue shorts.

Takkies.

School hat only.

White T-shirt.

Blue shorts.

Takkies.

School hat only.

Hair Regulations: Hair Regulations:
In general, hair should be short, neat and tidy.

If a ‘step’ is worn, no under-cut is allowed.

No highlights.

No colouring of hair.

No gel, mousse or any hair-hardening

substance is to be used.

No dreadlocks.

No outlandish hairstyles.

No braids.

No Mohican cuts.

In general hair must be neat and tidy.

Girls must tie their hair up if their hair is shoulder length. No fringe covering the eyes.

No hair ornaments except blue/white elastics, ribbons, small clips and alice bands.

No highlights.

No colouring of hair or hair extensions.

No coloured braids.

Long braids should be tied back.

No gel, mousse or any hair-hardening

substance is to be used.

No dreadlocks.

No outlandish hairstyle.

No coloured beads.

Jewellery Regulations: Jewellery Regulations:
No earrings.

No face piercing.

No tongue piercing.

No coloured contact lenses are allowed.

Gold/silver studs/sleepers (only one pair at a time).

Sleepers must be the thin regulation sleepers.

No face piercing, except ears.

No tongue piercing.

  • Only grey (with school colours) scarves are allowed.
  • Navy-blue raincoats are to be worn.
  • No other jewellery is to be worn by any learner – the only exception being a medical bracelet and a wristwatch without charms or a cultural symbol (letter must be sent to the school).
  • The only badges which are allowed to be worn are: Scholar Patrol / Media Prefect / Good Performance / Prefect / Merit.
  • Nails need to be kept short and clean. No nail-polish, make-up or lip gloss are allowed.
  • Cellphones are not to be utilized during the school day. IF THEY ARE BROUGHT TO SCHOOL, THE SCHOOL WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSS, DAMAGE OR THEFT.
  • Walkmans and electronic games must not be brought to school. If they are, the school will not be held responsible for loss, damage or theft.