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Elica Primary School is situated at 30 and 32 Cairo Street, Nirvana and consists of a pre-school and primary school which also offers boarding facilities that cater for all the needs of the learners.
The school prides itself on the calibre of its educators most of who boast count-less years of experience in educational matters and have taught at the school for many years.

The school fulfils and continues to maintain a very important role in the Greater Polokwane area. Its emphasis on providing quality English medium education has ensured it an excellent reputation both locally and further afield.

Our learners participate widely in academic, cultural and sporting activities and their many notable achievements over the years continue to make us proud.

The school continues to live up to its motto: “Education Makes A Difference” and whatever is attempted is done with that in mind.

We offer boarding facilities to learners of our own school. We accommodate 100+ boarders in our spacious and well-equipped hostel.

Facilities:
Girls, from 4 to 14yrs share various rooms and dormitories and boys 4 to12 yrs share two dormitories on the top floor. Due to lack of space, we can regrettably not accommodate boys older than 12yrs. A spacious and spotless kitchen and dining room create a pleasant background for mealtimes.

Independent Primary School, Specialising In Ordinary School. Local Municipality Is Polokwane Local Municipality Located In The District Of Polokwane. 3034 CAIRO STREET,,NIRVANA,POLOKWANE,0699
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