"Teach children how they should live and they will remember it all their lives".
(Proverbs 22 Verse 6)
To ensure that discipline is maintained in our school and our classrooms
To ensure that the education of our learners proceeds without disruptive behaviour
To teach and lead our learners to self-discipline in order to create a pleasant learning environment
To ensure the safety of learners
Learners are expected to know and adhere to our school and classroom rules.
Learners must commit themselves to behave in a manner that will ensure that the school and community see them as good ambassadors for the school.

St Anthony's R.C. Primary School is committed to upholding the vision of the Catholic Church of a community serving humanity.
The values of truth, justice and tolerance are instilled in a loving, caring and sharing atmosphere whilst striving towards academic, cultural and social excellence in every learner.



When we refer to Student Wellbeing we refer to our learners’ physical, social and emotional development. This is so important, as a learner will find it difficult to engage in learning programs if they are distracted by significant physical, social and emotional issues.
Our staff, therefore, play an important role in fostering engagement and wellbeing so that each student is able to achieve their best and enjoy their educational experience.
Schooling provides a foundation for young learners’ intellectual, physical, social, moral, and spiritual development. By providing a supportive and nurturing environment, St Anthony’s contributes to the development of students’ sense of self worth, enthusiasm for learning and optimism for the future.

How can we make a difference in the lives of our young people?
Engaging Parents
Nurturing Faith
The greatest expression of our faith is the Eucharistic celebration. Children’s faith can be greatly nurtured by attending Holy Mass. Through the Mass they will learn that they belong to a Parish family. Joining their hands -showing a special sign that we are going to talk to God, the sign of the cross – begins and ends any special prayer.
Throughout the school year special Masses are held in the Parish Church. See term three dates for details.


We, the St Anthony’s Community, believe that the education of the child is dependent upon a sound a relationship between the parent and the teacher. 
Parents are encouraged to work collaboratively with the teacher and to avail themselves for the following opportunities which are included in the annual academic programme.

Parents are encouraged to assist in at least one of the following areas of school life:

Participate in Fundraising Projects


Foundation Phase (Grades R—3)

Grade R

Summer Uniform: Blue shorts; White school Golf Shirt; Blue or white takkies.
Winter Uniform: School Tracksuit

Grades 1 and 2
Summer Uniform: White Shirt; School Tie; Blue Tunic (Girls); Grey Trousers (Boys); Black Polishable Shoes; White socks (Girls); Grey Socks (Boys)
Winter Uniform: School Tracksuit (boys and girls); white shirt;school tie; black polishable shoes
Physical Education Uniform: Blue shorts; White school golf shirt; blue or white takkies.

Grade 3

Uniform: Same as for Grades 1 and 2.
Physical Education Uniform: Same as Grades 1 and 2.

Intermediate and Senior Phase (Grades 4—6 and Grade 7)

Uniform:  Same as grades 1 and 2
Physical Education Uniform: Same as grades 1 and 2.