Ikgomotseng Public Primary School, Scheizer Reneke

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About

Ikgomotseng Public Primary School, situated amidst the landscapes of the North West Province, is a public primary school offering ordinary education. Located at 3563 Marupapiri Street, Ipelegeng Location, Schweizer-Reneke, 5747 in the vibrant suburb of Schweizer-Reneke, Mamusa, Scheizer Reneke, South Africa, it stands as a beacon of dedicated learning within the North West community.

School Fees

Ikgomotseng Public Primary School, as a fee-paying public school, requires tuition fees for enrollment. Fees typically range from R24,000 to R36,000 per year, depending on various factors such as grade level and additional services offered. For the most accurate and up-to-date information on fees payable, individuals are encouraged to directly contact the school administration. The school is classified as a Quintile 3 institution.

School Uniform

The uniform policy for South African schools is regulated by the South African Schools Act of 1996 and further guided by the North West Education Department. This legislation sets out guidelines regarding the design, colors, and wearing of school uniforms to promote a sense of identity, equality, and discipline among students. For specific details about Ikgomotseng Public Primary School uniform policy, individuals are encouraged to directly contact the school administration.

School Contacts

You can easily reach Ikgomotseng Public Primary School through various communication channels. Here are the options available:

    • Address: 3563 Marupapiri Street, Ipelegeng Location, Schweizer-Reneke, 5747
    • Phone: +27 539631647
    • Email: moc.liamg@irpgnestomogkI
    • Postal Adress: P.O.Box 75, Schweizerreneke, 2780
    • Contact Person: Bomvana Mxolisi Mfundo

Statistics

In 2023, Ikgomotseng Public Primary School maintained a conducive learning environment with 1482 learners and a dedicated teaching staff of 40 educators. This configuration translated to a high student-to-teacher ratio of 37:1, reflecting the school’s commitment to personalized instruction and academic support.