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Jubilate School

Pre and Primary School in
Crowthorne, Midrand

We accept learners from 3 years to Grade 7


Welcome to
Jubilate School

A premier educational institution that has been offering high-quality education to learners in Midrand since 1999.

Our school is located in a quiet area of Crowthorne, in Midrand, which consists largely of smallholdings; with surroundings that are conducive to stress free learning, along with a feeling of being away from the traffic and the hustle and bustle of city life.

Students standing by the announcement board

Our Approach

Jubilate School offers a comprehensive curriculum (CAPS and IEB) that is designed to challenge and engage learners at every level.
Our experienced and highly qualified educators use a variety of teaching methods and innovative technologies to ensure that every learner receives a personalised and effective education.



We look forward to welcoming your little ones from the age of 3 into our Preschool.

There's lots of fun to be had as we guide, develop and encourage along the way.


Part of the preschool process is academic, other is physical, which includes external providers such as Move Studio and Clamber Club.

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The CareJunction

The CareJunction partners with Jubilate School and is a solution for comprehensive learner support. Their services include speech therapy, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, play therapy/counselling, and remedial therapy. How they work:

  • Convenient school-based sessions

  • Billing at medical aid rates

  • Direct claiming from your medical aid

  • Competitive assessment rates, prioritising therapy over costly assessments

  • Serving all age groups.


“A great Christian school with values that provide a great foundation for the children.”

Kagiso Taukobong

"Great school which upholds Christian values, amazing educators and admin staff offering quality education, respectful learners. Recommended"

Aaron Mahlebo

"A well rounded school in the heart of Midrand offering a country feel."

Jonathan Isherwood

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