Foundation - Monday to Thursday
Grade R: 08:00 to 12:50
Intersen - Monday to Thursday
Grade 4 - 7: 08:00 to 14:15
end at 13:00 on Fridays ONLY
Tel: 021 783 2973 / 2407
Tel: 021 706 7775 (Combat Force)
Kommetjie Primary School
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Welcome to Kommetjie Primary School.
Tucked between Slangkop Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean,
our school looks out towards Hout Bay and Chapman’s peak.
Kommetjie Primary School is a small school in the centre of the delightfully rural and unspoilt village of Kommetjie on the Cape Peninsula. The school has approximately 235 learners and retains its character of a small family orientated community school. Kommetjie Primary School strives to provide a secure learning environment where children are equipped with the necessary knowledge, skills and values essential for lifelong learning and development.
The vision for the school includes academic excellence and leadership, while maintaining its community character. Tolerance, respect and courtesy to fellow learners, educators, visitors to the school and all other people are core values. Academically, physically and culturally the learners are encouraged to develop their talents to the full to become well rounded members of society.
Find out more about what Kommetjie Primary School has to offer in our Prospectus.
We pride ourselves on our 100-year heritage of excellence and our vision embraces all aspects of Kommetjie life: academics, sport, art, culture, music and the environment.
Kommetjie Primary school is looking for a Grade 3 (WCED) Educator for 2023. Closing date for applications is 8 March 2023.
Kommetjie Primary school is looking for a Foundation Phase Student Teacher for 2023. Closing date for applications is 8 November 2022.
Kommetjie Primary school is looking for a Grade R educator for 2023. Closing date for applications is 19 September 2022
"I have two happy kids who love going to this school. What more would a parent want. Kommetjie primary school does it right. Thanks."
- Johan Radcliff