Fish Hoek Pre-Primary is a place where young children learn as they play and share experiences with other children, under the guidance of adults who have an understanding of children’s growth and development, and of the learning process.
Fish Hoek Pre-primary has served the community for more than 4 decades. In time we have built up a reputation as a school where quality education takes place in a loving, firm yet fun environment.
We encourage parents to take an active role in the running of the school and actively promote a close relationship between parents and educators. We like to think of our school as being part of one big happy family.
It’s amazing how a parent’s positive attitude to the school, the staff and education in general, can motivate a child to give of his best and to enjoy the experience of learning.
We have recently(2012) re-visited and refined our schools vision and as we move forward each year we take this vision seriously and act with passion and enthusiasm.
”To be a professional and passionate team who nurture the whole child in a stimulating, fun and safe environment. As a community school we provide exceptional education and embrace cultural and religious integration, with a view to reaching out and sharing our knowledge and skills with other schools in our area.”
Children’s Bill of Rights and Responsibilities
- Children have the right to good education and the responsibility to study and respect their teachers.
- Children have the right to be taken seriously and the responsibility to listen to others.
- Children have the right to quality medical care and the responsibility to take care of themselves.
- Children have the right to be loved and protected from harm and the responsibility to show others love and caring.
- Children have the right to get special care for special needs and the responsibility to be the best person they can be.
- Children have the right to be proud of their heritage and beliefs and the responsibility to respect other origins and beliefs.
- Children have the right to make mistakes and the responsibility to learn from their mistakes.
- Children have the right to be well fed and the responsibility not to waste food.