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Klipdrift Primary School



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Klipdrift Primary School

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Latitude -25.3611° S 25.3611° S 25° 21' 39.96" -25° 21.666'
Longitude 28.3379° E 28.3379° E 28° 20' 16.44" 28° 20.274'
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Rust De Winter
Gauteng
South Africa
Phone No.
012 711 0147
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 12 711 0147

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Klipdrift Primary School has 4 comment/s

On 19 Oct 2011 Matsie Hellen Dikgomo said:
Dear Sir/Madam

May you please email me an applicayion form for Grade 1 student on the following email address: lucas.sibanyoni@up.ac.za

Yours faithfully
Matsie Hellen Dikgomo

On 21 May 2012 Tracey Seipati Rakale said:
Good Day Sir/Madam

Please can you send me the school fees list, as my daughter will be attanding your school next year please.

Kind Regards
Tr

On 03 Sep 2012 Welheminah Moselakgomo said:
Dear sir/madam

I want to inquare about my child (Khumo Shaun Moselakgomo) if he's succesfuly taken to your school for next year Grade 1, because on the 9th of may 2012 i fill up the forms and everything since they said they will reply me with the post so i'm still waiting for reply till today my contact number is 0820901840.

thank you

On 05 Nov 2012 Patricia Mogajane said:
This is not a comment please forgive me,but i wanted to know if your school offers any computer training for the learners?

Regards
Patricia Mogajane
0797190869
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