1. Physical Address:
    2. Dean Street
    3. Newlands
    4. Cape Town
    5. 7700
    6. Postal Address:
    7. SACS Junior School
    8. Private Bag X3
    9. Newlands
    10. 7725
    11. Email Address:
    12. Click here to email
    13. Secretary:
    14. 021 689 4001
    15. 021 685 7028 (fax)
    16. Bursar:
    17. 021 686 6027
    18. JE De Villiers House:
    19. 021 689 8779
    20. SACS Pre-Primary:
    21. 021 685 3865

Headmaster’s Welcome

Five secrets formulate the essence that ensures success at SACS Junior School:

History – Steeped in time, space and pride as South Africa’s oldest school of 184 years, SACS achieves a dualism that welds the traditional, ‘back to basics’ philosophy with a progressive initiative to lead at the cutting edge of modern education.

Holistic Education – Our main objective thrusts towards ‘Learning for Life’. A wide range of opportunities is offered across the Academic Curriculum and Extra Mural Programme respectively.

Maintaining the Balance – Sport, Academics, Culture and Social – an acronym forming ‘SACS’ – comprise four cornerstones upon which our Whole School Programme is founded.

The Family Ethic – SACS depends wholeheartedly on the generous, volunteering spirit of our parents and staff whose teamwork is simply amazing!

Proudly South African – SACS continues to strive towards her goal of growing diversity within South African society.

Our ‘open-door’ policy encourages you warmly to step into SACS – a unique way of life!

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Bulletin Board: Responding with Wonderment and Awe

Click on the following link to view the awesome Moravian School Outreach Project.

Moravian School Outreach Moments 2014.video

It is easy to be amazed when someone shows you something and explains why it is so amazing – like David Attenborough does. Many of us relate to an experience of not finding something interesting until someone explains to us why it is so special. As we grow older, the heart of this Habit of Mind is not simply responding with wonderment and awe – which can be one-dimensional – but to search for it!

Click on the following stunning image of The Earth to view Sir David Attenborough’s awe-inspiring montage!