"Waterfall Estate is a new, sprawling, mixed residential development including hospitals, office parks, hotels, major shopping centres and all the infrastructure required by this new community. Reddam House Waterfall embraces this new and growing community by residing on 36 acres of land. The school has extensive views of pools and ponds cascading down to the Jukskei River. A lush green belt and well-established poplar trees separate the Early Learning School from the Preparatory School and the College."
Dr Bev Evangelides
A BRIEF OVERVIEW
The school’s architecture is perfectly suited to this rustic environment, with wood and stone-clad walls. The tranquil setting provides an atmosphere that is conducive to discovery and learning. Phase 1 of the Preparatory and Secondary School was opened in in 2012 with 600 students and, with community confidence, the student body has grown to more than 1000 in 2013 with extensive waiting lists. The school is designed ultimately to accommodate 2000 students.
A caring, close-knit Reddam House community welcomes children from 1 year old to matric. Catering for Stage 1 to Grade 12 students, affiliated to the Independent Examinations Board (IEB) – and offering a diverse, stimulating subject choice – highly qualified, dynamic, experienced teachers are the custodians of your child’s future.
A definitive statement of excellence in international education, Reddam House Waterfall Estate is part of the co-educational, non-denominational, global, independent Reddam House Group, designed to inspire students to maximise their innate potential anywhere in the world.
Reddam House offers an internationally respected curriculum, including a broad range of academic, cultural and sporting activities. We nurture individuality, talent and self-assurance in a secure, relaxed, self-disciplined environment. Reddam House understands the importance of education; we therefore equip our students to face an increasingly challenging global future with pride and confidence by inspiring true excellence in international education.
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