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|Additional language classes offered by the school||
Afrikaans, isiXhosa, French
|Entry evaluation for students||
All prospective students undergo grade-specific entrance assessments and interviews.
|Deadline for registration (new academic year)||
|Supervised care before/after school||
|Extracurricular activities or clubs offered||
Art open studio, astronomy club, student magazine, chess, Christian union, debating, computer programming, investment club, choir, guitar, jazz band, orchestra, Marimba bands, rock bands, action netball, athletics, basketball, indoor hockey, soccer, swimming, tennis, water polo, cross country, hockey.
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|Qualities and characteristics best defining the school||
St Cyprian’s School is an Independent, Anglican Girls’ School, rooted in history and traditional values but progressive and cutting edge in its approach to educating and growing girls to become effective leaders and women of tomorrow.
St Cyprian’s School is a member of the international Round Square coalition of schools which share an educational vision and commitment beyond academic excellence to personal development (leadership) and responsibility through service, international understanding, challenge, adventure, democracy and environmental stewardship. Round Square developed from the inspiring theories of Kurt Hahn, a philosopher and educationist. Hahn believed schools were places to prepare for life.
|Teaching approach of the school||
St Cyprian’s School strives to instil the will in its students to become values-driven, life-long learners and leaders who will strive to make a difference to the world.
St Cyprian’s School has been at the forefront of promoting a 21st Century approach to teaching and learning for a number of years. This is the result of the identification and intentional development of a 21st Century skill set to underpin and expand the delivery of a core curriculum