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Group 3 


  • We make use of disposable nappies, which the parents must provide.Depending on the age of your little one, there should be four to six nappies in your child’s bag on a daily basis. 

Bottles and dummies 

  • Babies should have two clearly marked, thoroughly sterilised feeding bottles every morning.Milk formula should be placed in a suitable container. 
  • Empty bottles will be sent home after school every day.Please ensure that these bottles are thoroughly sterilised. 
  • If your baby prefers a dummy, it must be attached to a dummy chain. 
  • It is very important that all the above-mentioned articles should be clearly marked. 

Clothing, necessities and other possessions 

Every child must have a suitable bag, clearly marked with the following items that are to be packed for your child every day: 

  • At least two sets of clean clothing 
  • A plastic bag for dirty clothes 
  • Two sterilised feeding bottles 
  • One hairbrush 
  • Six disposable nappies 
  • Older babies and toddlers – lunch box with a snack/yoghurt for the morning 

Please be sure to mark every item clearly! 

Groups 4 to Grade R 

Clothing, necessities and other possessions 

Each child's suitcase should contain the following daily and should be marked clearly: 

  • Hairbrush or comb 
  • One full set of clean clothes 
  • A plastic bag 
  • Blanket 
  • Lunch box (healthy snacks from Mondays to Thursdays, sweets are allowed on Fridays) 

The educator will provide you with a list of the necessary stationery items as well as required toiletry items to be brought to the classroom in your child's first week at school.  

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