We gauge our success by the positive attitudes and actions of our learners who feel safe
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Welcome to Kronendal Primary School

At Kronendal Primary we provide a safe, nurturing environment in which each child can develop his or her potential. We offer an attractive combination of quality educators, excellent facilities and dedicated sports coaches. We encourage a culture of tolerance, respect and self-discipline through our Let Your Light Shine programme.

Every child should feel part of the school community and we encourage our learners to participate in at least one summer and one winter extra-mural ranging from tennis and rugby to chess and living maths.

Parents are encouraged to become part of their child’s education by being involved in school affairs through the governing body, KPSA, sports committee or volunteer programmes. Our website showcases the full and happy life of our school – enjoy!

Nathan Levendal | Principal

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    Honouring Hout Bay Firefighters

    Last Saturday morning, the 11th April, the Hout Bay Firefighters attended a Hero Celebration at Dunes. Tom Purcell was the master of ceremonies to honour our local fire crews and the associated paid and volunteer emergency services. It was a moving celebration of local community involvement. Grade 5 learner Georgia Purcell was selected to perform […]

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    Celebrating Learner Achievements 2015

    In the light of celebrating learner achievements, Gemma Ball competed for the Llandudno Lifesaving Club, against 50 clubs from around South Africa, in the U12 SA Champs, this past weekend. Already a strong swimmer, Gemma has learnt in 2 short months how to paddle a Malibu board through waves, and surf back in again. She […]

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    Camp Out 2015

    On Friday 13 March, Kronendal held their annual Camp Out on the school field. Fortunately the blustery wind died down for a while and Kronendal families pitched their tents in the afternoon sun. The children got straight into the action of the Camp Out games competition, some fun in the pool and a mask parade […]

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