A brief history of Gujarati
The language of Gujarati also known as Gojarati or Gujerati is the official language of the State of Gujarat. The language is named after the Gurjar/Gujar community people who are said to have settled in the region sometime in the middle of the 5th century C.E.
It also comes under one of the 22 official languages recognized by the Government of India. Most of the words in Gujarati are taken from Sanskrit with slight modifications where the top line of the letters are omitted.
Gujarati was the mother tongue of Mohandas K. Gandhi, the “father of India", and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the “Iron man of India".

School Times

Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 15:00—17:00

Saturday: 10:00—12:00

School Times

Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 15:00—17:00

Saturday: 10:00—12:00

We provide quality education in the Gujarati Language allowing children to learn to write, read and speak the Gujarati Language fluently.
Art, Classical Indian Music and Kathak Dance lessons are offered at the school as well as Soccer.
Children above the age of 5 years are accepted.
Special events are arranged, such as Raksha Bandhan, Krishna Jayanti and Diwali.
We ensure a SAFE & SECURED ENVIRONMENT for your child.

School Fees

Currently we are offer these classes free of charge, however parents are welcome to give donations towards the school.

Enrolment Conditions

Children above the ages of 5 years are accepted. They are required to attend school as per school times. Enrolment forms can be obtained either on our website, or parents can email or visit our office on the school campus.

Responsibilities of the School

  • To provide a safe, clean and attractive environment.
  • To maintain the standards and requirements of the Department of Education.
  • To provide teachers who are extraordinary in their abilities for guiding and caring, and display excellence in educational skills.
  • To allow the child to develop intellectually at their own pace.
  • To teach the children about the awareness of their roles and responsibilities in society.

Responsibilities of the Parents

  • To fetch and drop your children to school on time or have a reliable alternative transport service provider.
  • To inform the school if you are going to be late to fetch your child.
  • To make sure that all fees are paid on time to the school.
  • To be punctual for all meetings arranged by teachers.
  • To volunteer your time, effort and assistance when required by the school.
  • To support the teachers and show respect to others.
  • To maintain a positive relationship with teachers and parents.
  • To treat each staff member with respect.
  • To be polite and respectful to everyone at all times.
  • To always do your best work, and to co-operate with the other children.
  • Keep the school clean, neat and tidy at all times.
  • Be loyal to your school, classmates and teachers.
  • To abide to all the school rules.

School Uniforms

 It is compulsory for all children to wear the Red Gujarati School golf T-Shirts to school on special events. The uniforms are available at our office.

Parents, please ensure that children are neatly dressed in clean clothing every day. It is important that the children are active, so please ensure that your child is comfortable.

Ensure that the child wears comfortable shoes, as they are quite active during the day and involved in many gross motor development activities.

Sick Children

We take the health and well-being of all your children very seriously. Whilst we understand the difficulties of getting to the school at short notice, we will only contact you if we find it necessary and would appreciate your co-operation if your child is ill.

With regards to medication, NO medication may be given to the child. In exceptional cases medications may be given to the teacher, with correct dosage. This medication will then be administered as prescribed.

Please inform teachers if your child has any allergies or specific dietary requirements. Your child may be very tired after illness, so please consider whether that may need a day to recover.

Please note the following

  1. A copy of a birth certificate must accompany your child’s application.
  2. If the child is not a South African National, a copy of a passport or other document is required.
  3. Form to be completed in print (capital letters).
  4. Name of the child must match birth certificate or other document provided as indicated in #1 or# 2.
  5. One enrolment form is required per child.
  6. An indemnity form must be completed and handed in with the application form.
  7. A copy of the child’s clinic card should also be handed in with the application form.
  8. Kindly ensure that your child’s vaccinations are up to date.