Welcome to Hilltops Pre-School!
Hilltops Pre-School is a warm, farm- style environment where your children can learn and grow. Where bare feet are encouraged and imaginations inspired!
Our staff are dedicated, passionate and committed to providing the children with a nurturing environment that gives them the space to develop socially, emotionally, physically and intellectually, teaching them to be independent and accommodating of others.
We take children from 18 month to 6 years of age and they do not need to be potty trained when starting with us.
We also run an aftercare programme until 17:00 daily.
- Tiggers (18mo- 3 years)
- Jungle Room (3- 4 years)
- Parrots- Grade RR (4-5 years)
- Treefrogs- Grade R (5-6 years)
Please read here for detailed information on our classes.
Do you need aftercare for your child? Julie provides a fantastic service TO ALL OUR KIDS. A delicious, healthy cooked lunch is an option, but laughter, fun and games is mandatory!
Parents can make use of this service on an ad- hoc basis as well.
See here for more details on costs and times.
Hilltops is excited to have partnered with the Litres for Education initiative. It is similar to the My School card, but works with designated petrol stations. Parents, grandparents and friends of Hilltops can put a sticker on the right side of their car window (please ask any of the teachers for stickers) and then fill up at the Quarry BP service station.
10c per litre of the fuel purchased then goes to Hilltops on a monthly basis, and we can use this money to buy books, toys and stationary for the children. So please support this wonderful initiative and our school!
Please quote our school number 166 when filling up at BP.
Hear all about it!
Another happy and successful Christmas play enjoyed by everyone. Our little Angels.
A wonderful morning was spent with our Grandparents, to celebrate GRANDPARENTS DAY 2019
MOTHER’S DAY 2019 Arranging flowers and spoiling our fabulous Mums, Grandmothers, Aunts and Sisters
PROUDLY SOUTH AFRICAN CELEBRATING HERITAGE DAY 2019 We had a fun-filled morning dressed in South African attire and eating some good, traditional South African food.