Hlanganani Schools

Hlanganani Schools


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Hlanganani Schools consists of Hlanganani Primary School and Hlanganani Preschool located in Pigg's Peak, Swaziland. PRE-SCHOOL: Grades 000 - grade 0 (3-6 years old) PRIMARY SCHOOL: Grades 1 - 7.

Hlanganani is a private, independent school and will follow curriculum as carried out in well-known private schools in Swaziland and South Africa who are also striving for a higher standard of education. Preschool children will be prepared fully for the Grade 1 year, catering for Grade 00 (4-5 years old) and Grade 0 (5-6 years old). The junior primary classes (Grades 1 to 3) concentrate on the tools of early literacy and numeracy. Senior primary (Grades 4 to 7) subjects are expanded to take in the languages (English, siSwati and Afrikaans - as needed), human, social and natural sciences to stress and foster of each child's ability to discover and think rather than simply learn facts. Hlanganani strives to prepare children for the expectations of the Swazi and South African high school curriculum. Physical training is offered within the school day. Team sports are strongly encouraged. Cultural activities incorporating music, dance and drama are an integral part of school activities. Organised academic and sports outings are included in school term. Activities offered include: cricket, soccer, netball, swimming, drummies, agriculture, choir, home economics and art. Hlanganani is accredited with the Swaziland government's Ministry of Education: registration number 0245, school number 171 and exam number 1134. The school is a section 21 not-for-profit company, registration RT/7980, and a member of ISASA (independent Schools Association of Southern Africa. And each year, students write international benchmarking tests to ensure that our curriculum and methodology is on par with other international schools. Please contact Hlanganani at 2437 3283 for more information or to request an enrollment application.

Mission: Our objective here at Hlanganani Primary School is to provide an excellent standard of education and, at the same time, equip each child with the skills to live confidently and successfully as individuals in today's changing world, respecting, appreciating and freely interacting with the diversity of all those within the global community — hence the name Hlanganani, which translates to "Let's come together."

The first day of school was a very exciting day for most. There were a few tears amongst our preschoolers and some of our moms. It's a big step going to school for the first time. We would like to extend a very warm welcome to all our new students and their families. Many more photos to follow.

[01/12/20]   How to prepare your child for the first day of school:

1) Talk to your child about his/her feelings about school, friends, teachers, and new activities.

2) Practice, practice, practice! Learning how to get ready each morning for the trip to school takes time and practice. It's helpful to practice this before the actual first day. Pretend it's a school day, and go through the steps of getting up, dressed, fed, and out the door.

3) Create a chart to help your child remember all she/he needs to do in the mornings.

4) Rehearse self-help skills such as dressing, undressing, and hand-washing. Your child will feel more confident when she's asked to do these things at school.

5) Make a portable family album. You can't stay with your child all year, but your photos can! The process of making a photo album together is a bonding and comforting project. Use a small, soft plastic album that can be carried, and kissed!

6) Ask your child what kind of snack he/she wants to bring. Shop together for healthy ingredients and engage her/him in the making and packing of the snack.

7) Go school shopping. Back-to-school clothes and items are popular with little kids as well as big. It's not too early to start the ritual of shopping for special school outfits or a backpack. It doesn't have to be something expensive. Even a "new-to-you" item will have meaning when it is designated especially for back to school.

8) Dealing with separation anxiety: Reassure your little one that you will be returning to pick them up in a few hours' time to hear all about their big day, and make them aware that the teacher is there to help, if they need it.

If you're particularly concerned about your child settling in or you know there are problems at home which may affect their behaviour, just talk to the teacher. Remember, they are professionals and are used to dealing with all types of children who are starting school. They will call if there are any problems. Try to enjoy the rest of your day - without worrying too much!

9) Home time: Make sure you're not late when it comes to picking them up. You don't want them to be anxious that you're not there, and they will be excited to tell you all about their day. Set some quality time aside to have a chat about how things went, perhaps with an afternoon snack.

10) Assure your child that everyone gets a little nervous on the first day of school. Talk about what other children are probably feeling and how the feeling will pass very soon. Remind them that you will see them in the afternoon and how you will look forward to hearing all about their day.

We are OPEN.

The office will be open from 9am - 4pm daily until Friday for enrollments, uniform orders and assessments.

PLEASE NOTE: The office will NOT be open on Monday, 13th January 2020.

A very HAPPY NEW YEAR to all our students, parents and guardians. May 2020 bring love, joy and prosperity.
From the management & staff @ Hlanganani.

[12/30/19]   Year-End Stress Busters
- Repurpose: Donate unused items i.e. clothes, kitchenware, linen, furniture, etc. to those in need.
- Reconnect: Take time out to reconnect with friends and relatives who add joy to your life.
- Reflect: What have you achieved? What haven’t you achieved and how important is it for you? Set three major goals for 2020 and determine a game plan. Commit!
- Restore: Your body got you through 2019. Show gratitude by treating it to wholesome healthy food, go for walks, breath!
- Relax: Slow down, enjoy the sunset! This is your opportunity to build new reserves for 2020. You can only give what you have!

Rejoice! You did your best even though everything wasn’t always of the best. May the end of 2019 bring you much love, peace and that well-deserved rest.

By Manus du Toit.

[11/30/19]   Grade 2's STAR performance...

Last night we celebrated our 20th Speech & prize ceremony with some outstanding performances from our students. I'm so proud to be part of this little family.

To all of our grade 7 students....
know that you are in our prayers and we know that as Hlanganani students, you will continue to ROCK!

Committed to your studies....
That you are.....
Your diligence & commitment will take you far.
We know you have studied
From dusk till dawn
And for this reason
Your light will shine on.

Good luck

Our students are giving their all.. Well done to our STARS OF THE WEEK.
Nkosephayo Matsebula, Owethu Dube, Minenhle Masimula, Tavonga Bera, Mpilolenhle Lushaba, Awandze Mbatha, Zama Motsa, Aphiwe Mabila, Sandzisiwe Ginindza

Congratulations to this week's STARS of the WEEK.... Romeo, Zabo, Angela, Owethu, Mphilo & Noluzamo. Well done!!

CONGRATULATIONS to this week's STARS of the week. It is so good to see everyone working so hard in the final term of this year.

They're finally here... A few of our fashion show photos.... Congratulations to everyone who participated.... You were all stars.

Congratulations to this week's STARS of the WEEK!!!
Sabusiswa, Sikhumbuzo, Thandeka, Noncedo, Angela, Mphilo, Noluzamo, Marcia, Sakhelewe, Lindokuhle and Siphosethu.

More Colour run photos from our 20th birthday celebration.

We had an AMAZING Colour run today in aid of our 20th anniversary. A true Colour celebration.. Thank you to all our participants. More photos to follow next week.

ONLY A FEW HOURS TO GO TO our 20th birthday Colour festival!!!

We hope to see everyone there.

TIME: 9am.

Only 2 days to go to our Colour rin/walk. Please join us in celebrating our 20th anniversary. We have something planned for everyone!!!
See you there.

Well done to Sakhize Mhlanga, Owethu Dube and Tadiwa Bera - who all received STAR OF THE WEEK awards.

The Mercury / Friday

A Hearty Applause for:

Parents who hold demanding jobs, yet are involved in their children’s academic and sports lives.

Men and women who love and enjoy their in-laws and who break the stereotypes of the alienated or rejected in laws.

Grandparents who lavish their grandchildren with love and attention while supporting the family values treasured by their grandchildren’s parents.

Men and women who work the late shifts and serve their communities while most of the population are asleep.

Men and women who have beaten their addictions and live productive, sober lives as recovered addicts.

Teachers who have worked faithfully, decade upon decade, so their students may learn and grow and be equipped to find great success.

Bosses and supervisors who are kind, who listen, who seek to understand more than they seek to whip things into shape or to wield their power.

Churches and places of worship that embrace and welcome all people.

Single parents who are able to hold things together and provide stable homes for their children.

Divorced parents who are able to be kind and cooperative with their former spouses, even if it is just for the sake of the children they co-parent.

Men and women who deal graciously with the pain of having family who live abroad or at least far enough away to make regular visits difficult or even seemingly impossible.

By: Rod E. Smith

Hlanganani Schools's cover photo

10 students participated in the 14km Gobolondlo mountain hike yesterday. It was a very successful hike up the mountain with everyone reaching the summit. Well done!!

Fun and festive African dancing - Culture Day 2019

Gum boot dance by senior boys

Culture day 2019 - King's praises by Andzile Mthupha and Phiwa Mncina

Culture day 2019 - girls traditional dancing - Ummiso

More photos - Junior primary performances

We held our annual cultural day today. Thank you to all our students, teachers and parents for supporting this event and making it a success. Our preschool children performed traditional dances as well as the gum boot dance. We'll done!!

Please note that our school office and teaching personnel will be available as of 2 May 2019.
Should you require assistance, before then, please contact Mrs. Fourie on 79514352 or alternatively, leave a Whatsapp or Facebook message and we wil call you.

Wishing all of our Christian families a safe and blessed Easter weekend.

A few more photos from the STEM LEGO Robotics competition.

And HPS students ROCK it again!!!! On Saturday, 6 April, our juniors (grade 1-3) and seniors (grade 4-7) participated in the 2019 LEGO League/Robotics competition.
Our students received a total of 28 medals plus certificates for most efficient builders award and construction innovation award, as well as a trophy. Can't wait to see what they do next year!! Well done to you all ad well done to the staff who were the guiding hands throughout this process.

Photos from Hlanganani Schools's post

Our students had the perfect start to their mid-term break with a very exciting gala. There was some fierce competition between the RED & YELLOW teams.

Our junior girl's soccer team played at their first inter-schools festival and won all their games. Well done girls.

Our grade 1 & 2 students enjoyed their outing to the Pigg's Peak police station and domestic violence unit. They ensured that everyone had a good valentines day with a delicious hamper of biscuits.

The grade 6 & 7 students also visited the fire department and the Pigg's Peak REO's offices to bless them with Valentine's goodie hampers.

Our grade 6 & 7 students delivered goodie bags to the Pigg's Peak Hospital's Children's ward. The Goodies were eagerly received by the children and there were smiles all round.

Our grade 4 students delivering Valentines hampers to EEC (Eswatini Electricity Company)

YES!!! It's our 20th year in operation!! Happy birthday/anniversary to an amazing organisation.
Our 20th birthday/anniversary will be the theme embedded in all activities this year. Our very first activity is, of course, Valentines day!! It is an annual event where we go out into the community and show our appreciation to some of the organisations that service Pigg's Peak. This year we are giving back with 20 deeds of love and appreciation. We will post photos as our children return from their community service.

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Monday 07:30 - 16:00
Tuesday 07:30 - 16:00
Wednesday 07:30 - 16:00
Thursday 07:30 - 16:00
Friday 07:30 - 14:00
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