Kowie Foundation School is a private,
co-educational school providing
education from Grade One to Grade Four
(with plans to expand to Grade Seven).
The school is managed by a Governing Body, who meet regularly in order to discuss school issues as well as future plans for the school. There are currently 29 children enrolled in the school. Carol Lee, Lindsay Purdon and Nicola Nel work as a team to ensure that children receive quality education. KFS follows the official South African CAPS (Curriculum, Assessments Policy Statement) curriculum. However, as a private school we are able to incorporate our own topics, lessons and activities, whilst ensuring that the basic CAPS curriculum is covered.
We strive to be a centre of early childhood education and to develop growth in small, co-educational classes. It is our intention to educate the learners to assume responsibility for their skills, talents, rights and safety to meet the demands of tomorrow. The school aims to serve and involve the greater community of Port Alfred.
Our vision is to embrace the children from our community and to show them that there are no barriers stopping them from reaching their dreams.