WELCOME TO BOARDING AT TIGER KLOOF
NOTICE: Prospective boarders must first be accepted in the school before they can get space the boarding house (Grade 8 to 12). Please indicate on the application form whether your child will be a boarder or day scholar. The Tiger Kloof boarding house is funded and governed by the institution and NOT the Department of Education. Bursaries are available ONLY for underprivileged children.
We have been offering boarding for Grade 8 to 12 learners for almost a quarter of a century ever since Tiger Kloof re-opened its doors in 1995. Tiger Kloof Combined School is one of the leading educational institutions in the North West Province of South Africa. We strive to make all learners feel at home away from home. The school boarding houses (Chiepe – girls and Mogwe - boys) provides a safe and secure environment for each individual. The boarding houses are fenced off and we have 24hr security monitoring the area. Our mission is to create a spiritual and disciplined environment which will be conducive to learning and character building for each individual child.
HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM BOARDING AT TIGER KLOOF:
Boarders are supported by committed and experienced boarding staff. Staff live on the property together with the children and provide them with guidance and daily support
There is a variety of weekend and extra-curricular activities
All learners attend prep on a daily basis
All boarders sign the code of conduct of the Tiger Kloof boarding house
Boarding school encourages independence, respect for others in a communal-style living space and builds self-confidence
Balanced and nutritious meals are served in the dining hall on a daily basis. We also cater for vegetarians and learners with special dietary requirements
The school tuck-shop is open during break and after school for a couple of minutes only on week days
A school counsellor visits the school in the first week and last week of each term. Tiger Kloof provides transport to those who need to see a doctor in town.
Laptops tablets and cell phones are allowed; however, learners must adhere to the boarding house policy relating to their use and security.
We also have a common room with a television set for each of the houses.
Learners provide their own linen and bedding and there is a daily laundry service for school uniform only. Learners are expected to keep their rooms tidy at all times and to adhere to the code of conduct of the boarding house.
Visitors are not allowed during the week. Parents may visit their children on weekends. Boarders should bring along all they will need for the term as we do not provide town trips. No boarder may go home on weekends without written consent from their parents / guardians.
We also have learners from Botswana in the boarding house and most of our boarders are from the North West Province
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