WELCOME TO CARE KIDS PRESCHOOL
Care Kids Preschool is the feeder school for Caritas College, a Christian School, where education is based on the Bible and dedicated to seeing each student discover their God given destiny.
A Christian value system based on the character traits observed in the life of the Lord Jesus Christ is at the core of this schools philosophy, using the Accelerated Christian Education Program (A.C.E) from the Grade R year to Grade 7. The Grade RR to Grade RRR groups' programs run according to weekly themes, also based on the character traits of Jesus. The 2-3 year old group focuses on sensory and emotional development.
It is our desire to develop the whole child and we believe that every area of the child, be it physical, social, emotional, intellectual or spiritual, are equally important. We will, therefore, continually strive to provide opportunities to enhance all these areas on a daily basis.
We believe that education is life, true education flows from knowing God, His Word and His ways.
It is also our desire to see young learners achieve success and a positive self-image through the opportunities and challenges we place before them. We desire our learners to experience all challenges successfully, with fun and enjoyment, without placing them under undue pressure.
Our Grade R programme is an excellent one, based on the phonetic reading system, enabling every child to have an excellent readiness for learning to read in Grade 1.
It is however, a challenging one and we do not encourage the advancement of children to Grade R before they are turning 6 years of age in that year. We will not advance a child out of her/his age group. We may however suggest that a child be moved to a younger group with necessary documents for departmental consent.
We look forward to working with you, as together we "train up your child in the way he should go" (Proverbs 22:6).
This is an awesome task.
ENJOY EVERY MOMENT!
Our very own mascot.
TO TEACH EACH CHILD:
"The entrance of thy words giveth light; it giveth
understanding unto the simple."