St Teresas Mercy School

 
3.9 (3)
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Address 14 Keyes Avenue  
Suburb Rosebank
City/Town Johannesburg
Province Gauteng
   
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Status Independent School
Gender Girls
School Level
Grades Offered 00 -- 12
Curriculum 0 - 9 CAPS
Curriculum 10 - 12 CAPS
Boarding Facilities No
Religious Affiliation Catholic
School Association Catholic Schools Office
Fees Paid Over * 10 Months
Enrolment Fee R0 1520304.50607
Min Annual Fee R0 13233,4250607.809010
Max Annual Fee R0 17213,4556607.809010
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Situated in the heart of Johannesburg, in close proximity to many northern suburbs, our school is an educational institution steeped in history and tradition. St Teresa’s aims at providing the environment and facilities for the spiritual, intellectual, physical and social development to all our learners in accordance with each one’s abilities and potential. At St Teresa’s we seek to realise the full capability of each girl, and promote her unique qualities. Education is a window to the world and for this reason our approach is a holistic one. Our academic programme is challenging and imaginative, designed to foster intellectual curiosity and a life-long love of learning. Each student is encouraged to commit herself enthusiastically to the variety of sporting, cultural and spiritual activities.

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3 reviews

Overall rating 
 
3.9
Principal Leadership 
 
4.0  (3)
Teacher Quality 
 
3.7  (3)
Extracurricular Activities 
 
3.7  (3)
Parent Involvement 
 
3.3  (3)
Safety and Discipline 
 
4.7  (3)
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Overall rating 
 
4.4
I find the comments from Ms Sibanda extremely alarming. Especially seeing that my child has been at this school since she was four and both of us are very happy. I need to state upfront that we're both African, as Ms Sibanda is implying that it is not possible for 'our kind' to be happy at this school. My daughter has progressed very well, not only personally and academically- but spiritually too. There's a library, art room,computer lab and other facilities. Activities range from art clubs to Karate classes. The girls have to do IsiZulu in the primary and intermediate phases and can opt to do either French and/or IsiZulu in High School. The cans of food that girls bring to school are for needy children. In addition, there is no 'racism' at the school. The school has been around for over 80 years, it has a great academic track record and if it was so terrible- South Africa's very vocal communities would have ensured that it did not survive that long. Over and above that, many of us as African parents would not be prepared to pay those very high fees just to subject our little ones to racism and disrespect. I think that everyone is entitled to their opinion but it is critical for one to base their comments on facts- which is not the case in what Ms Sibanda's review. This is rather unfortunate.
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St.Teresas
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2.4
This school doesn't offer great activities at all, they have a lack of sports and no library. They do not offer any African languages (Zulu) and this is an important factor to schools in the country. I understand that the school itself is small but it shouldn't have to force learners to attend school functions-they shall do so at their own will. Attending these functions is havoc for learners who live far from the school and i should also point out that they are forced to bring cans of food if they do not attend these functions. The fact that they do not have a senior library is not acceptable, how are learners meant to study from book when there is a lack of them? They school needs to take black learners into consideration as there is a lack of respect towards them.
I sent my child to this school thinking there were great facilities but i was proved wrong, the only positive i can point out about this school is that the education is top form, however-I've taken my child out of this school as she deserves better than this school claims to offer.
FS
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A wonderfully balanced school
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4.8
St. Teresa's Mercy School Foundation Phase is the most wonderful school offering a secure, nurturing environment and a balanced curriculum that has seen my child flourish and grow in confidence. Thank you to Mrs. Orford and all the staff.
LM
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