Lana Meintjes -Principal
Trinityhouse Northriding Pre-Primary is unique because of its size. We are a small, intimate school where we aim to create a sense of family by which children learn to respect our three families – the family with whom we live, our school family and most importantly the family of God to which we all belong. Our Christian ethos...
guides us, as the Fruit of the Spirit is evident thoughout our programme.
We aim for excellence in all we do at all levels of school life. We strive to provide a challenging yet encouraging environment that is sensitive to the unique developmental stages of Pre-primary children. We encourage self-confidence, independence, responsibility and above all we encourage and nourish Christian character.
Thank you Lord Jesus that the GOOD news is not that You lived and died but that You died and LIVE! Thank you that in You we have eternal life and hope. Today let us put our hope in You, our Living God.
Our sensory integrated, learn through play approach uses play activities in ways designed to develop social and cognitive skills, children mature emotionally and gain the self-confidence required to engage in new experiences and environments.
The extra mural activities offered are Rugga kids, Netgirlies and Playball. They focus on skills needed for sport in the Preparatory school. These activities take place during outside playtime.
The extra mural activities
are not compulsory and children may choose which activitiy they would like to join, if any.
We have an informal, child friendly uniform. Each child has a wide brimmed hat and two T-shirts. Children usually wear their Sunshine T-shirts on special occasions and every Thursday. The uniform can...
be purchased from the school office.
Our discipline system is based on positive reinforcement which encourages good behaviour. Using the "Fruit of the Spirit" and because Christ is in us we direct children’s behaviour to love one another, respect each other,...
practice self-control, and be kind and patient.
The sandpit is in a shady spot where children can play creatively during playtime.
Swimming lessons are important for varying reasons, including safety, exercise and social interaction. Swimming is still one of the most...
popular activities that children enjoy.
Parents can choose full-time, part-time, or ad-hoc aftercare, depending on their need.Our aftercare facility is run by suitably qualified staff...
Jungle Gyms are designed to be safe and children always play while being supervised.
Children are encouraged to play and learn some ‘traffic-skills’ while playing.
Our grass field is small and intimate but just perfect for coaching the junior sports. It has a stunning view...
over the valley and the Dome.
January 11-March 31
April 18-June 30
July 24-September 22
October 9-December 8