|TERM 1||17 January||28 March|
|TERM 2||10 April||22 June|
|TERM 3||17 July||28 September|
|TERM 4||9 October||12 December|
07:30 – 13:08
07:30 – 13:40
Grade 4 – 7
07:30 – 13:56 Monday to Thursday
07:30 – 13:40 Friday
- Carlswald - Crowthorne (up to Kyalami Main Road)
- Glen Austen Proper(South of New Road)
- Halfway Gardens
- Halfway House Proper
- Johannesburg Side of New Road, Walton Road & Kruger Road
- President Park (up to Kruger Road ONLY)
- Pretoria side if Kyalami (Allandale Road)
- Vorna Valley
"Pupils and their parents/guardians must agree to abide by the school's ethos, policy and rules, including the school's standards of discipline, dress, behaviour, extra mural involvement, attitudes and social values."
There are four expectations of any pupil admitted to Halfway House Primary. These are:
- He or she should be seen to be working to the best of his/her ability, and should be suitably prepared for all lessons.
- His or her presence at Halfway House Primary should in no way spoil the quality of life of any other member of the school community.
He or she should get involved in the extra mural activities of the school.
- He or she should agree to abide by the rules and regulations of the school, and should behave in such a way as to bring credit to the school.
- Enrolment at this school automatically constitutes acceptance of compliance with the CODE OF CONDUCT and other criteria which may be enforced from time to time during the operation of the school. No learner shall be exempted from the obligation to comply with the CODE OF CONDUCT.
An educator has the same rights as a parent to control and discipline a learner according to the CODE OF CONDUCT during the time that such a learner is involved in school or in school- related activities.
Uniforms are available from our Uniform shop on the school premises. Open on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school.
The Correct uniform must be worn at all times.
At Halfway House Primary we utilize the CAPS System.
CAPS stands for Curriculum Assessment Policy Statements. It is a revision of the current National Curriculum Statement (NCS). With the introduction of CAPS, every subject in each grade will have a single, comprehensive and concise policy document that will provide details on what teachers need to teach and assess on a grade-by-grade and subject-by-subject basis. This curriculum review has the aim of lessening the administrative load on teachers, and ensuring that there is clear guidance and consistency for teachers when teaching.
The following learning areas are offered at our school:
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