Thuto ke Lesedi.
Education is light.
The Story of Blair Atholl Pre-Primary School
Thuto ke Lesedi. Education is light.
The school started in a small building on Blair Atholl Estate in 1990, with the Grade R learners having to use a passageway as a classroom. In 2005, the school was moved to a new building. The new school now consisted of four spacious classrooms.
The Magic of Blair Atholl.
Most of our learners are from single-parent households from surrounding informal settlements, farms and smallholdings. We pride ourselves on identifying, together with qualified psychologists, learners with special needs and refer them to schools that better understand their unique needs and challenges.
Empowerment brings pride.
We are a privately-funded school supported by our sponsors. However, we do find it important that parents pay a small fee towards schooling. It helps give the parents a sense of pride in their children’s education.
Little ones. Big dreams.
(English Language Developmental Assessment)
for Grade R
5 & 6 YEAR OLDS
DANCE, TENNIS &
Pam and Neil Senior // Mr. Ian Visser // Mr. Graeme Bryson
Mrs. S. Holtzhausen // Mr. Berno du Plessis // Marco Saviozzi // Larry Nestadt // Marco Saviozzi // Mrs. S. Holtzhausen // Rob Makinson // Rae Kunene // Dudu Kunene // Kevin Lurie // Deon Rens //Nick Reed
Our School. Our Pride
Become a sponsor
Thank you for your interest in becoming a sponsor. We are a privately funded school, and rely heavily on donations to run the various educational projects on offer. These projects are vital in providing a broader educational spectrum to our marginalised learners, many who come from home environments.
Please email Marlize Visser, Principal of the School, for further enquiries.
The Gary and Vivienne Player Foundation continues to support the Blair Atholl Pre-Primary School as one of its primary beneficiaries with the vision to grow its philanthropic impact and efforts to make a difference in many more lives.
The Gary and Vivienne Player Foundation (GVPF) is registered as a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) with SARS. Therefore a taxpayer making a bona fide donation in cash or of property in kind to the GVPF will receive a Section 18(A) certificate and is entitled to a deduction from taxable income as per the requirements of the Income Tax Act, 1962.