Pre-Preparatory

The Uplands Pre-Preparatory School children celebrated Father’s Day and honoured the fathers and the father figures in their lives. The AV room was full of dads excited to watch their children perform. From the tiny tots to the Grade 0s, the children warmly welcomed their...

Every Friday the Cubs take a ‘trip’ to the Prep oval to enjoy some outdoor fun. They get the opportunity to practice their ball skills and run around the ‘big field’. They kick, throw, and catch large soccer balls to help improve their hand-eye coordination...

During Grade 0s ‘Camping Theme’, the children brought tents from home and set up a campsite in their new playground.  They spent their breaks role-playing a camping trip, and the highlight was being able to braai their own marshmallows....

The Grade 000s are currently learning about dinosaurs. They used different types and sizes of plastic dinosaurs to create a ‘DinoFootprint College.’ The result was beautiful. They have also been enjoying playing in the sand with the various dinosaurs....

Uplands Founders, Board, staff, parents, friends, and pupils gathered in the College Hall to celebrate Founders Evening. Mr. Gary Sim, the Executive Headmaster welcomed everybody present. The evening showcased an impressive cultural extravaganza by the Uplands pupils, from the little Pre-Preparatory ballerinas to outstanding musical performances...

On Thursday our Pre-Preparatory School hosted a cocktail party to officially open our new Grade 0 block. Our magnificent classrooms are already providing a stimulating and inspiring learning environment for our children. Our sincere thanks to all those who helped realise our new home. ...

The Grade 0s celebrated Earth Week by planting a tree in their new playground. Planting a tree with children helps them to feel that they have 'given something back’ into the environment. To the Pre-Preparatory as a whole, this tree is a symbol of growth...

The Grade 000 pupils have been learning about different Fruits and Vegetables. They each had a turn to smell and feel a variety of vegetables. They started learning about “heavy and light” by weighing the vegetables on a scale. Learning about Fruit and Vegetables made our...

‘Show and Tell’ benefits young children in many ways. These early language experiences help children to build effective communication and listening skills that are vital to their learning. It also encourages their emotional development, as they share their interests, home lives, and joys with friends. The...

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