About Kyalami Estates
Pre-Primary

Kyalami Estates Pre-Primary (KEPP) is a well-established and highly reputable Pre-Primary School situated within the secure Kyalami Estates. KEPP has been providing quality education since 2001. We provide a step-by-step, milestone-based programme that includes a variety of exciting activities which combine to deliver developmental stimulation as well as a fun environment in which to play and learn. These structured daily activities nurture an enquiring mind in preparation for Primary School. 

Kyalami Estates Pre-Primary cater for children living in and out of Kyalami Estates. Our diverse cultures form the KEPP family. We accept children from 3 months old to 5 years old. KEPP is designed to make your child feel at home, confident and comfortable in his/her own ability to explore and learn. 

 Our interior spaces have been colour-coded and scaled to accommodate your child’s needs; from personal lockers to child-height toilets and basins. Our playgrounds are well equipped and are age-appropriate for your child’s requirements; with sturdy wooden jungle gyms, sandpits, bike tracks and a trampoline. 

What we offer

We offer extended hours: we open from 6:30am to 6:00pm, with a variety of collection times in between to accommodate your personal needs. Should you wish to enrol your child for our half day programme, school ends at 12:30. Our 1:30 collection times is inclusive of a warm, home-cooked meal, 3:00pm collection additionally includes a sleep and our 5:00pm and 6:00pm collection times include fun, socializing play until the children are collected by their parents or Transport services.

Our school is open during the holidays; we provide a holiday care programme that caters to the needs of the various age groups. The day is jam-packed with art activities, textured play, baking, obstacles courses and more! If you select the 5:00pm or 6:00pm collection time, holiday care is included in your monthly fee.

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Contact us

011-702 1201

Address

886 Gosforth Cres, Kyalami Estate, Midrand, 1684