Daily Programs

 6:30 – 8:30  Arrival & free play inside
 Wash hands
 Clean up
 Nappy change (if needed)/ potty training  
 8:30 – 8:45  Circle time (Date, weather, attendance, emotions, songs, vocabulary etc.) 
 8:45 – 10:00  Activity time
 Clean up
 10:00 – 10:15  Wash hands
 Snack time
 10:15 – 11:30  Free play (outside – weather permitting)
 11:30 – 11:45  Music & Movement
 Nappy change/ potty training  
 11:45 – 12:00  Wash hands
 12:00 – 14:00   Nap time
 14:00 – 14:30

 Wake up
 Put mattresses away

 Wash hands
 Snack time
 Nappy change/ potty
 Grooming & Sun block

 14:30 – 16:30  Free play (outside - weather) 
 16:30 – 17:30   Nappy change/ potty training (if necessary), grooming
  TV time if necessary


Please note: Daily program differ from class to class depending on age.

Extra-Curricular Activities

 Computer classes  At School
 Music classes  At School
 Playball classes  At School
 All dances   Not At School

 Rooihuiskraal primary school




 Not At school

Progress reports

Reports are handed twice per annum. Reports are compiled according to the child’s level of development


No child may attend school if he/she has a contagious illness (please see list attached for specific information).
All medication must be written in the medicine book.
The medicine needs to be placed in the medicine container and not left in the bags.
No medicine may be administered if it not written in the book.

All necessary precautions possible are done to secure your child’s safety, but the school cannot be held responsible for accidents that can occur at the school.
Parents are responsible for necessary doctor’s fees and medication.
If a child gets injured, the parents will be informed immediately; if they cannot be reached a local doctor will be contacted.

First Aid

First aid equipment is available for the less serious problems, including but not limited to; common cuts, splinters and brush burns. All staff members have knowledge of general first aid procedures

Children with Special Care Needs

If there are children in the program who have special health care needs, specific health procedures. Children with special needs are provided opportunities for active play while other children are physically active.

Cleaning and Sanitizing Routines

Staff wash their hands with soap and running water as needed and:

  • after diaper change
  • after each toileting
  • after wiping a runny nose and
  • before any food preparation or service

Staff ensure that children wash their hands with soap and running water as needed and:

  • after each toileting
  • before each meal or snack
  • after wiping or blowing their nose and
  • after outdoor activities or returning from playground

Progress report

Children who do not attend school regularly cannot expect to receive a progress report