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Morning Tea at Crawford

A Morning Tea was held at the Crawford Pretoria campus to introduce the Pretoria Pre-Primary, Preparatory and College to the dignitaries of the various Embassies, High Commissions and local estate agents. The event was a huge success which left the attendees with an understanding of the programmes and languages on offer, the facilities and extra-mural offerings as well as the core values of each school.

Photo: The principals of the Preparatory School and the College and the agents from Harcourts

Crawford Pretoria is the most diverse school in Pretoria, with around 70 different nationalities represented in all three schools.

It is the school of choice for the international community as we are a non-denominational institution where all religions have a place and students are taught to have respect for other cultures.



Crawford stands for academic excellence for the modern child – a motto where students are treated as an individual masterpiece and developed as such.


Photos: An art exhibition by the students of Crawford Pretoria and Mrs Furri and Mrs Dehrmann from Aida
Students must undergo an entrance test to enter the school. Contact the following admission officers if you would like to enquire about the school or apply:
Phindi Nako (Grade 000 – 0): 012 343 5903 or; Janice Pretorius (Grade 1 – 7): 012 344 1886 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ; Wendy Burdzik (Grade 8 – 12): 012 343 2257 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .




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