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Eastleigh Primary

Eastleigh Primary

Eastleigh Primary

Eastleigh Primary

Eastleigh Primary
Eastleigh Primary

Eastleigh Primary
Eastleigh Primary

Eastleigh Primary
Eastleigh Primary

Eastleigh Primary

Eastleigh Primary
Eastleigh Primary

Eastleigh Primary

Eastleigh Primary

Eastleigh Primary

Eastleigh Primary
Eastleigh Primary

Eastleigh Primary

We are missing our learners. We pray that you are all safe.

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Eastleigh Primary Soccer

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Eastleigh Primary Star Jump

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Eastleigh Primary Mini Cricket

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Eastleigh Primary Learners are so talented. We create a wholesome school environment that focuses on academic excellence but also includes

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COMMUNITY OUTREACH FUNDRAISER Mr Colin Morgan swam the Midmar Mile in 2019, in honour and memory of a staff member

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Welcome to twins in the Pre-Primary

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Congratulations to Eastleigh Primary’s 2019 Talent Show winners. In first place Siphesihle Nxumalo who received a R1000 for her magnificent

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Eastleigh Primary welcomes to twins to Grade 1

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Eastleigh Primary

Eastleigh Primary

Our Principals 1938 – 1941: Mr. Symons 1942 – 1970: Mr. Pieterse 1971 – 1986: Mr. Van Vuuren 1987 –

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Forward, onward, happily we go, Striving, learning, all we have to know. Then comes a time when those days are

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Eastleigh Primary School is committed to providing a quality and balanced English language education, focused on the development of individual

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To maintain and enhance a deserved reputation as a school of excellence. To develop Eastleigh Primary so that our learners

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Eastleigh was the first government primary school to open its doors to a multi-cultural environment – this after being the

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The first concert was held in 1949 at the Reitz Hall. This concert raised 35 pounds for the Polio fund.

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Eastleigh Primary School opened its doors on Monday, 17 January 1938. There were 104 pupils and 4 teachers. In May