St Ursula's School in an independent Catholic school with 110 years of values-based education, academic excellence, top achievements in sport, debating, public speaking, and more. St Ursula's School is a private school that offers learners of any religious denomination an opportunity to develop the self-assurance, academic skills, and values they need to pursue their dreams.
The environment of St Ursula's School is a caring one, where the primary need of each child to belong is met, where learners are accepted and appreciated for who they are, and are respected and valued as important individuals. This is achieved through the dedication of all staff members, and through adherence to the love-filled goals and values of St Angela Merici and St Ursula.
At St Ursula's School, learners are encouraged to discover their unique gifts and reach their full potential as confident leaders, academic achievers, and compassionate young people. An Ursuline education is a lifelong source of inspiration, the foundation for success in tertiary education, and a lifetime of intellectual, spiritual, and personal growth.
Religious Education is an essential part of the programme offered at St Ursula's School. As an important element of young people’s schooling, it offers them the opportunity to develop in the knowledge and understanding of self, their relationship with God, all human beings, and the environment at large.
1 Chapel; 2 Libraries; 3 Computer Centres; 2 Halls; 3 Therapy Rooms for
Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, and Guidance Counseling; 1 Dining Room
(lunch is provided for the learners who attend our Aftercare and Homework
Centre); Consumer Studies Kitchen; Laboratories for Physics and Life Sciences;
Music Room; 2 Tuck Shops; 1 Soccer Field; 1 Hockey Field; 4 Tennis Courts; 6
Netball Courts; 1 Swimming Pool; 2 Cricket Nets; Second-hand Shop
Hockey (boys and girls); Soccer (boys and girls); Cricket; Netball; Tennis (by private arrangement); Athletics; Swimming; Pilates;
Senior Choir (boys and girls); Junior Choir (boys and girls); Debating; Public Speaking; Chess; Marimbas; Drama; Ballet (to Grd 3); Judo (Pre-School boys); Serviam (I will serve) – Community Outreach;
Annual Eistedford participation (RACA)
English, Afrikaans, Mathematics, Mathematical Literacy, Life Orientation, Physical Science, Life Sciences, History, Geography, CAT, Accounting, Business Studies, Consumer Studies, Visual Arts,
140 Visagie Street
PO Box 8149, Pretoria, 0001
012 321 2094