Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

The development fee is an annual fee that the school utilizes for maintenance costs and improvements to the facilities and necessary resources.

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As a specialised Inclusive School with a very limited number of availability in our classes, we carefully have to assess the suitability of each child before making a decision as to whether we can offer placement. Chameleon School will only offer your child placement, if we are confident that we can assist him/ her in their educational journey.

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Enrolment costs are broken down as follows, Registration/Administration Fee , Month’s fees (see fee structure for specific campus), advance deposit Fee which is the equivalent of s month’s school fees, as well as an R 300 development fee (annual).

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Once the enrollment fee has been paid in full.

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Inclusive is understanding and embracing the diversity of learners needs. When learners regardless of their differences participate and learn together to develop to their full potential.

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Sybrand parks ECD center provides a morning snack of fruit and juice/tea , and afternoon snack, toiletries, weekly baking and making supplies which is included in the fees, the other Two ECD centres however do not offer a morning snack and afternoon snack and request toiletries and baking and making supplies.

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The advanced deposit fee covers your child’s last month with Chameleon, should you discontinue your services with Chameleon you are required to provide a terms notice (period of 3 months), the 3rd and final month will then be covered by this advanced fee. Children who remain with Chameleon till the end of Grade R will then have the amount for December of their Grade R year covered by this fee.

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