Applebee Kids Preschool

#1 Preschool Service TABLE VIEW

All children deserve the opportunity to reach their full potential, and they need a solid foundation in order to do so.


Our facility opens at 6:30am, closes at 6:15pm and caters for all children who need Babycare, Daycare, Educare, Pre-Primary School or After School Care. Our staff strive to provide only the best care and education to the children enrolled at our school.

We offer the following optional extras:

  • Shuttle Service (door to door service)
  • Swimming lessons
  • Click-a-Mouse Computers
  • Monkeynastix
  • and many more
  • On site Parent support services are provided by skilled, trained professionals and include the following:
Our different age groups:
Childhood Education

Baby Service:

Our Baby Care Service caters for 3 different age groups, namely:
* Birth to 12 months
* 13 months to 18 months
* 19 months to potty trained (approx 24 months)
– Each baby has his or her own cot & locker.
– The daily routine is adapted & individualised for each baby from birth to 18 months.
– An age appropriate stimulation programme is introduced from 4 months.
Our baby classes are staffed by loving, caring & patient staff.

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Our Educare Service caters for children in two age groups:
* 2-3 year olds (the year they are turning 3)
* 3-4 year olds (the year that they are turning 4)
Our qualified teachers follow an ECD programme that is in line with the CAPS curriculum and that stimulates early academic & emotional development.
Parents are provided with 2 progress reports during the year, 1 in June and 1 in December.
Our classrooms are very spacious, well equipped and hygienic.



Our Pre-primary Programme caters for GrRR (4 year olds turning 5) & GrR (5year olds turning 6)
Educational Programme:
Teachers in the Pre-primary Programme follow the CAPS curriculum for preschoolers as directed by the WCED.
Our Pre-primary section is separately registered with the WCED under registration number 0103008281 (temporary until final registrations complete).
Pre-primary Hours:
8:30am until 12:45pm
* Aftercare is optional extra

3 Tips To Help You Find the Right Preschool for Your Child

It is important that both you and your child are comfortable with the preschool you select because it will ensure you can focus on your career and your child will be emotionally and physically cared for to his/her best advantage.

  1. Take a tour of the school
  2. Make sure that you are comfortable with the staff and teachers
  3. Talk to other parents about their experiences at the school
Based on 28 reviews
Pieter Kotze
Pieter Kotze
Great pre-primary school in Table View, it has been there for many years and we are now on the verge of sending the 2nd generation there and although they have been around for years, the staff are current and up to date with the latest in childcare and early childhood education, peace of mind for sure...
Gareth Bolt
Gareth Bolt
Jackie,Maude and Applebee team look after our little boy so wonderfully!
Shakurah Hackley
Shakurah Hackley
My son loves his teachers. They care for our kids and go the extra mile.
Nolu Mandindi
Nolu Mandindi
My daughter been a student since 2019, her brother joined her in 2021, we couldn't be happier with the professionalism shown by the staff. The constant feedback from teachers on progress is on point.

The Importance of Preschool in Early Childhood Education

According to the National Association for the Education of Young Children, preschool is a critical component of early childhood education.

The benefits that preschool provides for children include:

  • Improving cognitive and social-emotional development
  • Boosting school readiness and achievement
  • Reducing behavior problems and risk of emotional disturbance
  • Increasing social competence and self-regulation skills
  • Enhancing positive relationships with adults, peers, and family members.

How to Choose the Right Preschool for Your Child?

Choosing the right preschool for your child is a big decision. In this article, we will be looking at some of the factors that you should consider when making this decision.

In this article, we will be looking at some of the factors that you should consider when making this decision.

5 most common misconceptions about Early Childhood Education

Age is a good measure of a child’s readiness for school

Age is not a good measure of a child’s readiness for school. Children come in all shapes and sizes, with varying levels of maturity. A child might be ready for school at four but not until six. To determine readiness for school, there are other measures to take into account besides age.

Teachers are not qualified or trained enough to teach children of this age.

Many early childhood educators are professionals with bachelor's degrees in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or a related field. They may also have certificates in areas such as infant/toddler care, early literacy, and music education.

Children under the age of three cannot learn anything new.

While it is true that babies and toddlers are still growing and developing their own cognitive skills, they can learn new things every day! They might not be able to understand everything they see or hear, but they can learn through play with toys and other kids around them.

The older the child, the less they should be learning.

The younger the child, the more they will be learning. As children get older, their education should focus on what they are not good at. The best series of books for teaching an older child would be one that teaches them what they need to know for life after high school.

Children under the age of five don't need school readiness programs.

Some children are born with an innate curiosity and hunger for knowledge. These children don't need formal education to be successful in life. For example, think of how many famous inventors, artists, architects, and musicians were self-taught.


It's Time We Started Caring About Our Youngest Generation

We need to start caring about our youngest generation and make sure they are given the opportunity to grow and thrive.

We need to make sure that we protect them from the dangers of modern society and give them a safe space where they can be themselves without judgement.

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4 Claret Road, Table View, 7441

(021) 556 4146