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Doringkloof Primary School



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Doringkloof Primary School

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Latitude -25.8587° S 25.8587° S 25° 51' 31.32" -25° 51.522'
Longitude 28.2051° E 28.2051° E 28° 12' 18.36" 28° 12.306'
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Cnr Karin Avenue & Cecile Street
Doringkloof
Centurion
Gauteng
South Africa
Phone No.
012 667 1977
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 12 667 1977

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On 07 Mar 2012 Abraham Coetzer said:
Good day. 1) I would like to know what documents must be provided uphand when entering a child in your school, should the child be accepted? 2) Should details of name/ surname of child change during any period of time, should it be re-entered for correction, or may it remain the same without any queries. 3) Should i suspect fraud from ANY parent, when registering a child, under false ID's, names etc, be an offense and what would the consequences be? 5) Will all writing from me to your office be kept strictly confidential?
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