Mrs Naidoo


Mrs Arendse Secretary

Mrs van der Merwe Bursar

Miss Garrett

Grade 1

41 years of doing what I am passionate about. What a privilege! Moulding little lives and watching a huge variety of characters develop into beautiful pre-teens.

Ms Archary

Grade 2

Mrs de villiers

Grade 3

"Even small acts of kindness can make a profound difference to somebody else.”

- Misha Collins

Miss Durrell

Grade 4

An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.

Mrs Henkeman

Grade 5

As an educator, I believe that I am the most important part of a young learners’ life. My passion for teaching makes me love my job. I am a teacher, an enabler, and a caregiver combined, and I believe that I inspire and make a difference in all my learners’ lives.

I wasn't born to just teach. I was born to inspire others. To change people,and to never give up. Even when faced with challenges that seem impossible

Miss Hendricks

Grade 6

Beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself.

Miss Zimmerman


By being a member of my classroom family I seek to build great relationships and encourage a passion for learning. I hope that those in my class will look further than just the textbook or what I am able to share with them. There is more to education than just what you learn at school.

"Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference."

-Robert Frost

Mrs Berghouse Mindfulness

(Learner Support Teacher)

"Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all"


Mr Wyngard - Sports Administrator

Miss King - Art

As a practising artist, Miss King hopes to inspire and educate young minds at Rosebank Junior School about the therapeutic advantages of the art making process. She hopes to encourage learners to use their imagination freely to create unique artworks that show each learner’s individual talents and abilities.

Mr Wright - Music

What is most important for me in my class room is to create a comfortable environment in which all my students are able to express themselves freely. Music is a type of language, and in order for us to communicate in any language we need to listen to it, study it, write it, as well as put it into practice, but most importantly, feel it. I pride myself in giving the children of Rosebank Junior School a musical voice, a voice that requires no words to express.

“Music is a language that doesn’t speak in particular words. It speaks in emotions, and if it’s in the bones, it’s in the bones.” ― Keith Richards

Mrs Emms


"Children who have access to books and who learn to read easily and for pleasure are advantaged. Books will stretch their minds and their imaginations and will develop the skills they need in today's information society".'

Professor Genevieve Hart, UWC

Mrs Nefdt


A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning.

Our teacher aids

From Left to Right :

Miss Theunissen-Grade 1

Ms Mde-Grade 2

Mrs Redding-Grade 3&4

Miss Shosho-Grade 5&6


From Left to Right :

Mr Arendse

Mrs Zimonte

Mr Francis