AUDEAMUS: The Latin word for “Let us dare” embodies the spirit and reality of Audeamus Private School. Driven by our philosophy that children need an enabling environment to flourish, we provide exactly that to help each learner develop their optimal individual potential.
It is our vision to have a peaceful, productive, enjoyable and safe learning environment driven by our Christian values and beliefs to meet the academic, social and developmental needs of each of our learners. Our goal is to prepare our learners for the next level in their education and to help them grow into the leaders of tomorrow. We aim to help each learner achieve his/her full potential and prepare them for their lives as young adults and so also the leaders of tomorrow.
Our vision is to bring each child in contact with his/her own strengths and weaknesses, to build on the strengths and turn each of their weaknesses into strengths. Our curriculum is CAPS complaint. We aim to help each child to be able to find their place in society and make a success of their lives.
To establish a unique and individualised learning environment that facilitates academic excellence, personal growth and social competence within the context of each child’s potential in partnership with dedicated parents and professionals.
It is our mission to let live our motto in each life. “Let us dare”.
Beliefs that drive us
At Audeumus we strive to dare convention and to create an enjoyable and life affirming learning environment for each and every child at our school.
At Audeamus we strive to dare convention and to create an enjoyable and life affirming learning environment for each and every child at our school.
Our guiding principles are:
- Academic education of a high standard which follows CAPS (Curriculum Assessment Policy Statements) with individualised support
- Integrated developmental opportunities for each child
- Parent – teacher partnerships
- A safe and health enhancing social and physical environment
- Loving and disciplined learning environment based on Christian principles