Surrey Primary School

Surrey Primary School

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Hey wanted to know if the stationary list for grade 1 is available plz
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Is the school's landline out of order I've been trying to call all morning
im looking 4 school transportation from penlyn estate to surrey primary
PARENTS&SCHOOL FEES:PARENTS must accept it was their decision to have children and therefor YOUR responsibility to ensure their well-being.EDUCATION and all else.SCHOOL FEES must be paid...yes there are those who are struggling and the schools make provision for this.At Public/Govt schools there are some NO FEES SCHOOLS .At others you are told when you apply what the fees are.So its your choice where you place the child.Pay the school fees,its the right thing to do.STOP wasting on unnecessary luxuries like cooldrinks and ci******es.How many cell phones and tablets do u have.These are some of the items you MUST cut down.My favourite example...cooldrinks @R15x20days x12months=R3600 ci******es @R20x20days x12months =R4800 You spent R8400 on these 2 items..Your childs Education is Much More Important.
The recent School mid2blue make very sad reading.The front page by Mr Adams re the stressful situation our teachers find themselves in.To the teachers if you ever need a hug when you see me,Please Kanalah come up and get one.I for sure appreciate the efforts and hard work you put in and still having to deal with learners who are just BLATANTLY DISRESPECTFUL AND RUDE.I SALUTE YOU.To the parents of these unruly,disruptive,disrespectful learners.YOU HAVE LOST IT.You as parents are the one who decided to have children and it is your responsibility to teach your children to be respectful towards others.You are the ones they learn from first,they listen and watch your every move.They are not stupid.IT IS TIME FOR THE SCHOOL TO TAKE ACTION AGAINTS LEARNERS WHO ARE DISRUPTIVE IN ANYWAY.THEY SHOULD NOT BE AT SCHOOL.THE TEACHERS AND OTHER LEARNERS DO NOT DESERVE IT.LEARNERS COME TO SCHOOL TO BE TAUGHT AND LEARN.
Hi anyone know fees for grade R?
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For open lines it's 021 442 3530
Come and experience 4 days of exercise and technical training this June holidays.Sport codes will include Cricket,Soccer,Rugby and Hockey.Our fun filled skill enhanced program is open to boys and girls aged 4-13

Other events :
Multi Sport Group Coaching
Birthday Parties
Private Coaching
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Limited space - to book your spot contact Danzil @ 0847327195 or e-mail [email protected]

http://www.facebook.com/MaestrosSportsAcademy
Morning guys can you please give me the number of person that sell Surrey uniform in Manenberg it urgent please
Come and experience 4 days of exercise and technical training this June holidays.Sport codes will include Cricket,Soccer,Rugby and Hockey.Our fun filled skill enhanced program is open to boys and girls aged 4-13

Other events :
Multi Sport Group Coaching
Birthday Parties
Private Coaching
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Limited space - to book your spot contact Danzil @ 0847327195 or e-mail [email protected]

http://www.facebook.com/MaestrosSportsAcademy
Abduction and Kidnapping Prevention Tips

1. Teach your children to run away from danger, never towards it. Danger is anyone or anything that invades their personal space. Teach them to yell loudly. Their safety is more important than being polite. Teach your children that if they are ever followed by a car to turn around and run the other direction to you or a trusted adult. If someone grabs them try throw themselves on the floor kick scream move around fight because it is difficult to be picked up when your full weight is on the ground.

2. Never let your children go places alone, and always supervise your young children or make sure there is a trusted adult present to supervise them if you cannot. Make sure your older children always take a friend when they go somewhere.

3. At all times know where and who your children are with. Remind children never to take anything or respond in any way if approached by someone they do not know. Teach them to run away as quickly as they can to you or a trusted adult.

4. Talk openly to your children about safety and encourage them to tell you or a trusted adult if anyone or anything makes them feel frightened, confused, or uncomfortable. Discuss security issues with your children so that they will understand the need for precautions. *Advise your older children about steps they can take to help safeguard themselves. Know your children's friends and their families. Pay attention to your children and listen to them. If you do not, there is always someone else who will.*

5. Practice what you teach by creating "what if" scenarios with your children to make sure they understand the safety message and can use it in a real situation.

6. Consider installing an alarm system in your home with a monitoring feature. Make sure your home is secured with deadbolt locks, and ensure that landscaping around it does not provide places for people to hide. Check other access points, such as gates, and make sure they have been secured. Consider installing exterior lighting around your home. Make sure that your home is fully secured before you go to sleep and items, such as ladders, have been stored inside. Prepare a plan to vacate your home in case of any emergency. This should include but is not limited to a fire. Have a plan if an intruder tries or gets into your home.

7. Make your children part of securing your home. If you have installed analarm system, demonstrate it to your children and show them how to make certain that doors and windows are locked. This will not only help calm their fears but will also help make them part of your "safety plan" at home. Have a safe room in the house keep a cell phone in there in emergency lock door and don't come out before a chosen word by family is said.

8. Have a list of family members who could be contacted in case of an emergency. Designate a family member or close associate who would be able to fill the role of advisor in case of an emergency.

9. Be alert to and aware of your surroundings. Know the "escape routes" and plan what you would do in different emergencies. Practice "what if" scenarios, so you will be well prepared. Know the location of local hospitals and best routes to reach them. Know how to reach the nearest local law-enforcement agency.

10. Know your employees and co-workers. Do background screening and reference checks on everyone who works at your home, particularly those individuals who care for your children. Their knowledge of your family is extensive so make sure that you have an equivalent understanding of who they are.

11. Consider varying your daily routines and habits. Do not take the same routes or go at the same time on your regular errands. If you take your children to school change that route as well.

12. Take steps to secure personal information about yourself. Consider getting a post office box and a safety deposit box. Have your personal bills sent to your place of work or the post office box. Be discreet about your possessions and familys personal habits and information.

13. Report any suspicious persons or activities to law enforcement. If you feel that you or your children have been targeted or are being stalked, report this information to law-enforcement authorities immediately. *DO NOT WAIT.*

14. Remember that you are your best resource for better safeguarding your family. Do not become complacent about personal security issues.

15. In a mall, and a child gets kidnapped make sure that the child call on the name of the parent than on mommy or daddy because at that moment anyone can be a mommy or daddy. Make sure that at the age of 5 a child at least knows one cellphone number of a parent or close family member. Teach them self defense mechanisms to the eyes, nose, groin etc.

Prevention is better than cure

We live in horrible times watch your loved ones

Lastly be upstanding and report to nearest Saps station and get a case no so you can spread the incident on social media for all to see and it cuts out that it is a hoax as it can be verified by Saps.

Primary School in Surrey Estate, Athlone. We aim to make learning fun! Surrey strives always for excellence in education, but it is no longer merely an institution of learning.

It strives to provide much more than just a quality education. Educators have become counsellors, parents and friends. Surrey has become, for most of its learners, not only a school but a home and a haven, with forty or so parents who are trying to see to the physical, intellectual and emotional needs of their children.

Operating as usual

Photos from Surrey Primary School's post 13/04/2022

Good evening Surrey Family

We trust you all are well and keeping safe.
Below is our first M2B for the second term. Kindly make sure to read it's contents and share with all your Surrey contacts.

Some highlights.... Our Term 1 Top 20, prefect announcements and a poem written by one of our learners 😁

07/04/2022

Good morning Surrey Family
We trust that you all are well.

One of our families are in need of some help. A parent is looking for scholar transport for a Grade 1 learner from Surrey Estate to Rondebosch East, for the afternoons only.

If you know of anyone, please pass on contact details to us, so that we can pass it along to the parent in need.

Also please share this post, so we can help our family as quickly as possible.

Thank you ❀️❀️

Photos from Surrey Primary School's post 16/03/2022

Good Afternoon Surrey Family

Below is our latest M2B

It contains some important end of term information, so please make sure to read its contents and share with your Surrey Parent Contacts ❀️

Photos from Surrey Primary School's post 09/03/2022

Parents looking to enroll their children in school next year, here is all you need to know

03/03/2022

Good Morning Surrey Family

It is with great sadness that we inform you all of the passing of Boeta Cassiem.

His presence will be sorely missed by all our staff, learners and the greater community.

We are still waiting for funeral details, but we will share them here as soon as we have received any from his family.

We ask that you keep Boeta Cassiem and his family in your prayers - and pray that the Almighty grant him a lofty abode in Paradise, and that He place contentment, acceptance and healing in the hearts of his loved ones.

UPDATE (17h40):
Funeral will be held tomorrow between 3pm and 4pm at number 8 Elsa Court, Heideveld.
Janaazah prayer will be performed at Darul Islam Mosque in Surrey Estate... Burial will take place at Klip Road Cemetary.

Photos from Surrey Primary School's post 02/03/2022

The second parent work shop facilitated by the Metro Central Education District happening at school this morning.

We had a wonderful turn out and it is extremely heartwarming and encouraging to see so many parents willing to upskill themselves to help their children at home ❀️❀️

A big THANK YOU to Mrs Vicky Davis from MCED for arranging the work shop, and to Ms Renee Leighton for facilitating the session

17/02/2022

HELP NEEDED

Good Day Surrey Family

One of our parents is looking for scholar transport from Montana to Surrey Estate for a learner in Grade 1.

If you have any contacts, please make contact with the parent on 073 047 7412

Kindly share with as many parents as possible so that we can help this parent as quickly as possible.

Thank you πŸ’›β€οΈ

Photos from Surrey Primary School's post 09/02/2022

Good Day Surrey Family

Below is our Mid2Blue for this week.

Kindly read and share with all your Surrey parent contacts πŸ’–πŸ’–

06/02/2022

URGENT NOTICE

Good evening Surrey Family

We hope you all are well this evening.

We apologize for sending our communication so late. We were waiting on official communications from the WCED before conveying the necessary to our parents. It will also be shared in our parent whatsapp groups this evening.

Please read and share the notice below.

Thank you πŸ’–

Photos from Surrey Primary School's post 26/01/2022

Good morning Surrey Family

We trust you all are well and keeping safe.

Below is our first M2B for the year.
It contains important start of term information for our parents and learners, so please make sure to read it and share it with all your Surrey parent contacts.

Thank you, and have a blessed and beautiful day ❀️❀️

19/01/2022

Good morning All and welcome to the start of the academic year πŸ€“πŸ€“

We would like to wish all of our learners a fruitful and successful 2022.

Kindly note the dismissal times:

Mondays to Thursdays
Grade R - 13h00
Grades 1,2 - 13h30
Grade 3 - 13h50
Grades 4-7 - 14h30

Fridays
Grade R,1 - 11h45
Grades 2,3 - 11h50
Grade 4,5 - 11h55
Grades 6,7 - 12h00

Please share with all your Surrey parent contacts. Thank you, and have a blessed day ❀️

17/01/2022

Good Afternoon Surrey Family

Compliments of the new year to all our learners and their families. Wishing you all a prosperous and successful 2022 πŸ’ͺ

We will be continuing with the rotational group attendance. School starts officially for our learners this week as follows:

GROUP A - Wednesday, 19 January 2022
GROUP B - Thursday, 20 January 2022

PLEASE NOTE: The above is according to the groups your child was in last year. COVID screening will start at 07h30 and learners will proceed to their class of 2021 (last year) - from there, they will be sorted into their classrooms for 2022.

Our new GRADE R and GRADE 1 learners will come to school from 08h00, and will be screened and sorted into their classes.

We look forward to receiving our learners! Kindly share this notice with all your Surrey Parent contacts πŸ’›β€οΈ

Photos from Surrey Primary School's post 27/10/2021

Good day Surrey Family

Below is this week's Mid2Blue

We have shared the exam time table for Grades 4-7 and the assessment programs for the Foundation Phase (Grades R-3) this week.

Kindly share with all your Surrey parent contacts

Thank you ❀️❀️

Photos from Surrey Primary School's post 22/10/2021

Golden Key UCT visited our school today to gift Surrey Primary with a hydroponic system.

Hydroponics is an innovative and efficient method of growing plants using a nutrient-rich solution with a water base - which means that the plants are grown without the use of soil.

Ex-principal, Mr Imtiaz Adams, joined us for the installation

Many thanks to Duli, Amy, Asive and Chido from Golden Key UCT

Photos from Surrey Primary School's post 20/10/2021

Good day Surrey Family

Below are some extracts from our latest Mid2Blue, which teachers will send today.

The announcements below are important, please make sure to read them.

This week, we have included our Term 3 Top 20 lists from Grade 1 to Grade 7 πŸ’ƒπŸ»πŸ’ƒπŸ»πŸ’ƒπŸ» so make sure to get the M2B from your class teachers

Kindly share this with your Surrey parent contacts, and enjoy the beautiful weather and the rest of the week ❀️

Photos from Surrey Primary School's post 08/10/2021

Good evening Surrey Family

We hope this finds you all in good spirits and good health, and ready for the last lap of the year.

Below are the Group Attendance schedules for the fourth term. Kindly note that school starts on Monday with Group A.

Just a few reminders...

1. Make sure to please do a symptom check with your child before they come to school.

2. Make sure that your child is wearing a mask, and if possible, that there is a spare one in the bag.

3. Kindly make sure that the transport drivers are furnished with the group schedule also, and that they are aware of the dismissal times for the various grades.

Enjoy the last few days of holiday, take care and stay safe!! We look forward to receiving our learners on Monday ❀️❀️

30/08/2021

Good morning Surrey Family

We are having a bit of a blue Monday today. An electrical fault occurred over the weekend and as a result our phone lines and internet is down.

Kindly direct any urgent queries to your class teacher via whatsapp or email our Bursar, Ms Osman, at [email protected]

We have contacted the necessary technicians and hopefully we can have our problems sorted ASAP.

Please share with all your Surrey Parent contacts

Thank You!

27/08/2021

GOOD MORNING SURREY FAMILY

The Western Cape Blood Service will be having a blood donation clinic this coming Tuesday at Surrey PS.

Details on the poster. Please note: All Covid protocols will be observed - no one will be admitted without a mask and screening will be done upon entry.

If you are able to, please come along to donate!

Photos from Surrey Primary School's post 26/08/2021

Good Afternoon Surrey Family

We hope you all are well and keeping warm and dry on this cold, wet day.

Below is our latest M2B... We are a week late, but it's been hectic.

Please read the contents (important announcements) and share with all your Surrey parent contacts

Thank you πŸ’–πŸ’–

19/08/2021

LEARNER TRANSPORT NEEDED

Good Afternoon Surrey Family

Surrey Primary has been fortunate to have very supportive families who have always answered calls for assistance - and we are hoping that we may rely on them again.

One of our families has relocated to Plumstead and is looking for reliable and safe transport for 2 learners to school and home in the afternoons.

Please forward any contacts you may have to our Bursar via email ([email protected]) and share this post with as many people as possible.

Thank you ❀️❀️❀️

Photos from Surrey Primary School's post 11/08/2021

Group B had some amazing costumes (we had Cleopatra floating around in the senior block) but our winners for today....

ANGIE MOTSHEKGA (Zinneerah Norodien Gr 2J)

and

JESSICA MBANGENI (Lukhona Tapile Gr 7I)

Well done girls!!! πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ

Thank you to all our learners for participating in and contributing to the success of our Women's Day Civvies fundraiser ❀️❀️

Photos from Surrey Primary School's post 10/08/2021

We had some amazing costumes today from our Group A learners, but these two were the standouts for today.

Our group A winners for the Women's Day civvies are...

SUPERMOM (Gasiena Buggas, Grade 1G) and
CRUELLA (Sumaiyyah Kamalie, Grade 7G)

Congratulations πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ and we hope you enjoy your prizes (shukran to Aunty Zahieda for sponsoring the prizes)

We're looking forward to our Group B costumes tomorrow (civvies is R5 per learners)

09/08/2021

HAPPY WOMEN'S DAY to all our daughters, nieces, sisters and mothers in our school community...

The world is a more beautiful place with all of you in it, and today we celebrate you!

Photos from Surrey Primary School's post 06/08/2021

Good morning Surrey Family

Our sincerest apologies for publishing our Mid2Blue so late... Please find the latest below.

Make sure you read the contents (there are some fun riddles for our kids this week) and kindly share with all your Surrey parent contacts ❀️❀️

01/08/2021

Good day Surrey Family

We trust that you all are well and keeping safe.

Please read and share the notice below...
This was also sent in our class Whatsapp groups on Friday.

We will be continuing with our group attendance as per the schedule below.

Kindly note that for this week, attendance is as follows:
GROUP B: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
GROUP A: Tuesday, Thursday

28/07/2021

Good Day Surrey Family

We hope you all are keeping warm on this cold day.

Please read the notice attached, and share with your Surrey parent contacts. Thank you β€οΈπŸ’›

25/07/2021

Good evening Surrey Family

We trust that you all are well, despite all the unrest and uncertainty we are currently facing.

Term 3 starts officially tomorrow for our learners. We will still be following a group schedule for this week (see image below) starting with Group A coming to school tomorrow.

We would just like to remind our parents to please make sure that the learners all report to school at 07h30 for screening - please do a symptom check with your children before school in the morning and make sure that they do not leave home without a mask.

We will communicate plans for the rest of the term as soon as possible this coming week, once there is more clarity after the President's address this evening.

Please share this notice with all your Surrey parent contacts. We look forward to receiving our learners tomorrow ❀️

28/06/2021

Dear Parents/Guardians

We hope this communication finds you and your families well.

Following the President’s address last evening, and Minister Motshekga’s address this morning, we would like to inform you of the following:

1. School will close on Wednesday, 30 June 2021, for our learners. Please note that school will continue normally tomorrow (Tuesday) and Wednesday – our learners will continue with their exams and assessments, and normal dismissal times will apply.

2. Term 3 will start on Monday, 19 July 2021 (the Term 3 Group schedule will be sent to parents closer to the time).

3. Reports will be issued in the new term.

4. Please make sure that you are contactable and be sure to regularly check your class Whatsapp Groups and our school page for any urgent communications and updates.

Please take care of yourselves and our children – stay indoors, mask up if you need to leave your home and stay safe... and please SHARE this communication with your Surrey Parent contacts.

Thank You.

Yours in Education,
Surrey Primary School Management Team

28/06/2021

Good morning Surrey Family

Our phone lines are down.
If you need to contact the school, please send an email to [email protected] or [email protected]

Alternatively, you can inbox us via Facebook or send a message to the teacher (Urgent messages only)

Our SMT are meeting today to finalize plans for this week, in light of the President's address last night.

For now, the schedule runs as per normal, until we communicate any changes.

Mask up and stay safe ❀️❀️

26/06/2021

The first of our teachers getting their vaccines yesterday. Well done Mrs Mhambi and Mrs Amos πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ

#vaccinatedandhappy #maskup #staysafeeveryone

Photos from Surrey Primary School's post 23/06/2021

Good morning Surrey Family

We hope you all are well and keeping warm and dry on this cold, wet day

Below is our latest Mid2Blue.
The class teachers will also send it in their whatsapp groups.

Please make sure you have read its contents and shared with your extended Surrey parent contacts

Stay safe and take care ❀️

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Pluto Rd
Surrey
7764

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 15:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 15:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 15:00
Thursday 08:00 - 15:00
Friday 08:00 - 12:00