Edition 23

06 August 2021

Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4
15 February-23 April 03 May - 09 July 26 July - 01 October 11 October - 15 December
Grade Start Time Drop-off Point End Time Collection Point
Grade 1 07h25 Sports Cafe Gate 13h10 Main Gate
Grade 2 07h25 Montessori Gate 13h10 Montessori Gate
Grade 3 07h25 Main Gate 13h10 Main Gate
Grade 4 07h25 Montessori Gate 13h40 Staff Gate
Grade 5 07h25 Sports Cafe Gate 13h40 Main Gate
Grade 6 07h25 Main Gate 13h40 Montessori Gate
Grade 7 07h25 Main Gate 13h40 Main Gate

Message from the Principal

Term 3 has started, and I am happy to say that we had several departmental visits and that the school has passed all safety and compliance visits with flying colours.  Our learners have settled in and are hard at work, and we are looking forward to a successful term.  I would like to encourage our parents to reiterate the importance of keeping social distance to our learners.

Unfortunately, we had an incident of road rage in Mount Street this week between two of our parents.  I would like to remind our school community that we are dealing with little kids at school.  Please behave in an appropriate way in and around the school facilities. The learners who witnessed this behaviour upset their whole school day.

We have received very exciting news this week.  A Government Gazette was released that allows the reopening of sport and extra murals.  The extra mural programme will be published next week and will resume on Monday 16 August.  Internal skills development will take preference as we work towards inter schools’ participation soon.

I would like to take the opportunity to wish all the women in our school community a happy Woman’s Day.  Thank you for all you do!

School Fees

A sincere gratitude to all our parents that are keeping up to date with school fees.  I would like to encourage parents to honour their financial commitments as the running costs of the school is still ongoing.  Please communicate with us if you are experiencing financial difficulties regarding school fees.

Grade R

It is with lots of excitement that I can announce that Bryanston Primary School will start their own Grade R in January 2022.  Applications for Grade R is open.  Please contact Mrs van Eeden at grader@bryanstonprimary.co.za for any further information.

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    Academic News

    Term 2 Colours

    • Criteria for half colours is the learner must have an average between 80% and 84% for both term 1 and term 2.
    • Criteria for full colours is the learner must have an average between 85% and more for both term 1 and term 2.
    Grade 4 Half Colours

    • Hannah Murire
    • Nimisha Jivan
    • Griffin Lange
    • Ethan Anderson
    • Shyam Bhoola
    • Emma Iyakannoo
    • Reyansh Singh
    • Tshwanelo Jautse
    • Yoshan Govender
    • Neo Thelele

    Grade 5 Half Colours

    • Jack Hadfield
    • Rasa Farshchi
    • Amandla Soga
    • Thando Tshambo
    • Vanessa De Souza
    • Siddhant Singh
    • Evan Jacobs
    • Tayna Konate
    • Lance Roman
    • Jenavieve Friedman
    • Zander Els
    • Stephan Williams
    • Gabriella Iyakanoo
    • Thoriso Kutumela

    Grade 5 Full Colours

    • Samuel Withers
    • Mohamed Latiff

    Grade 6 Half Colours

    • Kganya Chidi
    • Jesse Pillay
    • Kayla Prigge

    Grade 6 Full Colours

    • Brooke Mestrum
    • Natasha Musiwa

    Grade 7 Half Colours

    • Kwanda Ntombela
    • Nkem Williams
    • Priyam Naidoo
    • Entleh Ndlovu

    Grade 7 Full Colours

    • Tawananyasha Mberi
    • Deeyah Naidoo
    • Somaan Khan
    • Amisha Jivan
    • Sanrika Matai
    • Shanna Withers
    • Tinodaishe Makaure

    Top 10

    Grade 4 Top 10

    1. Zaria Chauke
    2. Hannah Murire
    3. Grace Ayoade
    4. Emma Iyakannoo
    5. Griffin Lange
    6. Ethan Anderson
    7. Reyansh Singh
    8. Aiden Baker
    9. Tshwanelo Jautse
    10. Yoshan Govender

    Grade 5 Top 10

    1. Jack Hadfield
    2. Mohamed Latiff
    3. Samuel Withers
    4. Siddhant Singh
    5. Vanessa De Souza
    6. Tayna Konate
    7. Thando Tshambo
    8. Jack Mull
    9. Jenavieve Friedman
    10. Rasa Farshchi

    Grade 6 Top 10

    1. Brooke Mestrum
    2. Natasha Musiwa
    3. Keelyn Davis
    4. Megan Singh
    5. Solakha Dazana
    6. Mika Moodley
    7. Jesse Pillay
    8. Kganya Chidi
    9. Kayla Prigge
    10. Kurhula Bila

    Grade 7 Top 10

    1. Tawananyasha Anneliese Mberi
    2. Amisha Jivan
    3. Somaan Khan
    4. Deeyah Naidoo
    5. Sanrika Matai
    6. Shanna Withers
    7. Tinodaishe Makaure
    8. Kwanda Ntombela
    9. Nkem Williams
    10. Priyam Naidoo

    Assessment Schedules Term 3

    Please note that the Assessment Schedules for Grades 1-7 have been loaded to this website. You can access them either by clicking on the Assessment Schedules on the link above, or by using the button here.

    General Announcements


    At the moment, the school has 1 Grade 7 learner who has tested positive for Covid-19.  The learner is currently isolating.  We wish our Grade 7 learner a speedy recovery.


    The Tuckshop will re-open on Tuesday 10 August.  Further details regarding the menu can be found on our website.  


    Aftercare 2021

    Please email aftercare@bryanstonprimary.co.za if you are interested in sending your child to aftercare. Please provide the following details: Name, Surname, Grade. Alternatively, use the enquiry form here to make your enquiries.


    Please ensure that the following items are in the learner’s shoulder bags daily:

    • An extra mask in a sealed plastic bag in case of an emergency
      A plastic bag to throw rubbish into (tissues, pencil sharpenings, paper that has been cut out etc.)
      A minimum of 500ml of water for drinking
      Adequate amount of lunch
      Personal hand sanitiser (alcohol based)
      Personal tissues
      Sanitising wipes (alcohol based) to clean off their own working area
      No latex gloves may be worn

    There are still many parents who are entering the NO RIGHT TURN area on Mount Street. Please adhere to all road signals to assist with the flow of traffic. Please obey all instructions given by our security guards.

    JMPD have informed BPS that they will be doing spot visits to the school to monitor and assist with regulating traffic.

    JMPD have also suggested that parents drive up Mount Street (if coming from Grosvenor), and turn into Cross Road (towards the gym) and then join onto Main Road to flow into William Nicol, if you need to get back onto William Nicol Drive.

    There is a NO RIGHT TURN sign on Mount Street, on the island (coming from Grosvenor) that indicates that no cars coming from Grosvenor are allowed to turn right into the parking area. Please adhere to all road signs in order to assist with traffic congestion.

    We ask that parents follow this procedure for lightning and heavy rain. Please use the contact numbers for WHATSAPP ONLY if parents or transport companies are at the gate and they need learners to be sent to their respective dismissal points only when there is lightning or heavy rain.

    No incoming phone calls will be allowed on these phones. This phone will not be used for any other purpose other than it’s intended use. It is only used for WHATSAPP messages during inclement weather.

    WHATSAPP message should only have Name, Surname and Grade of the learner who needs to be sent to the gate (e.g. Joe Soap Grade 4A to be sent to the gate).

    Please WHATSAPP the Grade Heads in your respective Grades as follows, only during inclement weather:

    • Grade 1: 076 570 5824
      Grades 2 & 3: 079 790 4653
      Grade 4 & 5: 079 169 2271
      Grade 6 & 7: 079 628 7475

    Please ensure that you have read and understand the school standard operating procedures for the start of Term 1, in relation to COVID sanitation standards.

    The document can be found on our Coronavirus Resources page.

    Parents are encouraged to install the D6 Connect App in order to receive important communication from the school regarding News, Resources, Alerts etc. Download the app here.

    From the school side, all MS Teams and BPS online profiles have been created and are working. Login details are the same as last year and if resets were done, they were sent to parents. Please use the MS Teams or BPS Online password reset button on the front page of the login page if ever you forget the password.

    For BPS online login password queries when you have difficulties, please contact support@bpsonline.co.za from a login aspect. If the query is subject related, regarding content, please contact the subject teacher and not support.
    If you are experiencing MS Teams login password queries please email troman@bryanstonprimary.co.za
    If you are experiencing technical difficulties (not related to passwords), depending on the device you are using, please ensure that updates are done on the learners’ devices.
    For details on resetting or changing of passwords, please refer to our Troubleshooting guide.

    Bryanston Classifieds

    Adverts are placed on a monthly basis at the beginning of the month and removed at the end of the month. This service is offered by Bryanston Primary School for advertisers to market their products or services to the BPS community in the school newsletter. The school cannot be held responsible or liable for any damages or misleading claims resulting from the information contained in the classifieds. Placing an advert in the Bryanston Classifieds does not mean that the school endorses or recommends the product or service on offer.

    Price structure for BPS Classifieds:

    • BPS Families R200 per advert – maximum 30 words.
    • Non-BPS Families R350 per advert – maximum 30 words.

    Payment and Advertising material

    By EFT only. Bank: Standard Bank Fourways Crossing | Branch Code: 009953 | Account Number: 023385103. 

    Please use the reference: CLASSIFIEDS+Your Name and send proof of payment and advertising material to Mrs M. Fairley on mfairley@bryanstonprimary.co.za.

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    Aftercare Inquiry

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