Welcome to Brebner high School
Brebner High School has been serving the Bloemfontein Community since 1906.
Our School has always been an alternative choice for English-speaking scholars in Bloemfontein, irrespective of their culture, religion or political affiliations.
Our School has also given some scholars, who were not academically strong, the opportunity to achieve their goals and many scholars, who are now all over the world, would not have achieved what they have today if it were not for the progressive and “open heart” approach of our school.
Our School, in the same progressive spirit, is now open to all scholars of any culture, race, political affiliations and who want to be educated through the medium of English.
We would thus expect all Brebnerians who could “reap the fruits” of the Brebner Education to be thankful for their time spent here and continue to support the values and ethos of our School while we continue to meet the challenges of the modern era.
My health is your responsibility & Your health is my responsibility!
You must wear a mask AT ALL TIMES.
Remember social distancing AT ALL TIMES.
Remember sanitizing of hands before entering a bus,while entering a classroom and when using toilets.
Remember sharing of books, stationery and food is NOT ALLOWED.
Learners will not be allowed to leave school grounds during the day.
Again check Covid form sent to you.
Temperature scanning must be done and any learner violating this, will be sent home.
There will be zero tolerance for learner not following all the instructions already communicated.
We again request no parents on school property
Submission for application CLOSED 14 August 2020 – read more under Parents section.
Regarding the reopening for Grade 8 to 11
Unless DBE changes the regulation at short notice or safety situations change, we are planning to let learners return as follows:
Grade 9 & Grade 11 will attend school every week day from 24 August until 4 September.
Grade 9 & Grade 11 will do E-learning at home from 7 September to 23 September. (Hostel Gr 9 & 11 Must stay at home)
Grade 9 & Grade 11 will attend school every week day from 28 September until 9 October.
Grade 9 & Grade 11 will do E-learning at home from 12 October until 23 October. (Hostel Gr 9 & 11 Must stay at home)
Grade 8 & Grade 10 will do E-learning at home until 4 September (Hostel Gr 8 & 10 Must stay at home).
Grade 8 & Grade 10 will attend school every week day from 7 September to 23 September.
Grade 8 & Grade 10 will do E-learning at home 28 September until 9 October (Hostel Gr 8 & 10 Must stay at home).
Grade 8 & Grade 10 will attend school every week day from 12 October until 23 October.
After 2 November we will make final arrangements on how to continue. This will depend on prevailing circumstances. Each learner at Brebner High from grade 8 to 11 will be assessed on the academic work they did at school and through E-learning. We will finalize all these arrangements in November, taking all learner arrangements into account.
We will communicate arrival arrangements in advance. We are confident that we have sufficient measures in place, but cannot guarantee anything in these times. If learners have health problems & cannot safely return , please send an email to email@example.com stating those reasons.
God bless and keep safe
A W Taylor
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FOR THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE SCHOOL MONITORS OF 2021!
A W Taylor
VISION & MISSION
The vision of Brebner High School is to ensure all learners receive a quality education so that they may optimally develop their talents.
The mission of Brebner High School is to:
Ensure that qualified & professional educators will be developed
Maintaining the highest possible education standard with bridging courses or accelerated courses, when needed.
Ensuring an effective, cost efficient and educationally accountable school management at all times.
Involving parents in all aspects of the school.
Utilizing and developing an enthusiastic, participative and supportive learner body.
Maintaining a healthy balance between individual and group rights.
Creating a well balanced cultural and sports programme.
Maintaining norms and standards that ensure religious freedom at all times, while adhering to the school code of conduct.