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Ms Strachan 


Thank you for visiting our webpage. We are delighted and hope that our information will give you a good idea of what we stand for and our aims and objectives for the young people who join us. We are a very family orientated school and have a happy and positive vibe. The information included will explain that we are not a mainstream school but a school that caters for learners experiencing learning difficulties. We do follow the CAPS Curriculum and our Matriculants write the National Senior Certificate. Our aim is to return learners to mainstream and we manage to do so with many of our learners. They fit back easily into mainstream because they have covered the same work content and we have helped them to become independent workers.


Mrs Kell


I am simply a woman, a mother, daughter, sister, grandmother, friend and work colleague. I live in gratitude for all the blessings I receive. I enjoy reading and playing with my grandchildren.  In my spare time you will find me painting, drawing, dancing and enjoying life to the fullest. My mantra is to live each minute sharing kindness as we never know how much time we have got left.

Mrs Smith


You can call me the PUG Lady as I am passionate about my furry pugs especially my Molly….

I believe if you smile every day the world will smile back at you.


Children are my life, and what a pleasure it is to be surrounded by them each day at Camelot

A joy to see that they have such wonderful teachers in their life.

Mrs Lawrie 


“Constant kindness can accomplish much. As the sun makes ice melt, kindness causes misunderstanding, mistrust, and hostility to evaporate. ”

Albert Schweitzer

I am an accountant, a teacher, and a devoted Granny and Aunty of six Australian children. I never miss an opportunity to have coffee or tea with friends and love the outdoors


Mrs Ramdayal

Grade 1 & 2 Teacher

I believe that to teach them effectively you must touch the hearts long before you begin to teach their minds." - Vicki Savini

I am a Foundation Phase specialist teacher with many years of experience in various schools across two provinces. I took up my post at Camelot in 2016 and am currently teaching the most rewarding grades which is a combined grade 1 and 2 class.

My many years of experience have helped me develop a set of beliefs about how I can draw out the best in every child.                           

Children are unique beings, they learn independently and have their own learning styles. I recognize that patience, understanding, compassion and sensitivity are essential to my profession and aim to provide it at all times.                                   

There is definitely no other more profound and satisfying way to spend my day at work.     

Mrs Senar

Grade 3 Teacher

“Change is the end result of all true learning” – Leo Buscaglia”

I enjoy all things outdoor and crafty. In my spare time you will find me taking my dogs for a walk, sun tanning and on the cloudy days, catching up on a series

Ms Ramsumer

Assistant Teacher

I am a young, keen individual who is eager to begin a fruitful career in Early Childhood Education. I joined the Camelot family in 2019 while studying my B.Ed. ECD: Foundation Phase. I have since completed it as well as a BEd Honours degree and hope to further my studies in the near future.

Mrs du Plooy

Grade 4 Teacher


The adventures of Mrs Du Plooy...  This best describes my teaching journey.  I have been teaching at Camelot College since 2004 and aspire to be 'that' teacher who made a difference to the child who is "Marching to the beat of their own drum..."

"A hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was, what sort of house I lived in, or the kind of car I drove - but the world may be different because I was important in the life of a child."  (Forest E Witcraft)

Ms Doble


“Change is the end result of all true learning” – Leo Buscaglia”

I enjoy all things outdoor and crafty. In my spare time you will find me taking my dogs for a walk, sun tanning and on the cloudy days, binging a series.

Mr Suter

Sports Coordinator

"You're braver than you believe, Stronger thank you seem, and smarter than you think."

My personal interests include all sports, fitness, outdoor activities and music.

high school teachers

Mr Gumede

Business Studies, EMS and
L. O Teacher

I’m an introvert and a very opinionated person who is motivated by self-respect and respect for others. I enjoy almost every sport and also keep myself abreast about current affairs locally and abroad.

Mr Marnies

English and Afrikaans Teacher

"Laughter is the best medicine"

I like to lead a balanced lifestyle, interspersed with lots of laughter. I've been teaching for far too long, but still have a passion for enriching minds.

I am a pastor of a church and a lot of my spare time is spent taking care of those responsibilities.

My passions are rugby and cricket (Sharks, Dolphins, Boks and Proteas)

Mr Smith

L.O, History, Social Science, Tourism, N.S Teacher

“Give a Man a Fish, and You Feed Him for a Day. Teach a Man to Fish, and You Feed Him for a Lifetime.” This is the quote that led me into the teaching profession as I wanted to make a difference in the lives of the next generation to make a better future for all those willing to learn and grow.

My name is Mr Smith, and my favourite hobby and past time is technology. I like the way it can connect people and make your day-to-day life a lot easier and more efficient. As a wise man once said “Work smart not hard”.

Ms Goosen

Maths lit and Creative arts Teacher

I am a very bubbly lively person. I am passionate about my teaching and creating a motivating, warm and welcoming in which my learners will want to learn.

Why teaching? From an early age teaching has been a part of me. I have a desire to help and contribute by teaching our youth for future generations.

Art is my second passion; hence I studied Fine Arts as well. I love being creative and thinking outside the box. I enjoy bringing my creative side into my teaching, in order to make learning fun.

“A teacher takes a hand opens a mind and touches a heart”- unknown A teacher who does this is a teacher who leaves a mark on learners.

Mr Wakefield-Smith

CAT and DIgital Technology  Teacher

Let no one despise you for your youth, but set an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, in purity.

You will find me on the Sports field and in the computer room.

Ground staff

Bongani Nkomo


I am a father to 6 children. I love my family and I can fix almost anything you ask me to fix. In my spare time you will find me in my garden or watching my team ‘Mamalodi Sundowns’ playing soccer. I would rather be a poor man earning and honest living than a rich man committing crime and living in greed.

Prudence Ndlovu


I am a single mother of 5 children. I love children. I feel education is very important as at the age of 13, I had to drop out of school to care for my siblings as my mother was not around. I was raised by my aunty. Never give up on your education.

Mavis Motebele


God fearing woman and a mother to my beautiful daughter. I am passionate about taking care of things. It is most important to be kind and to spread kindness. To love all that God has given us to love. I enjoy reading and singing. I am part of my church choir and devote my life to God.

Get In Touch

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ADDRESS :14 Lytton Avenue, Glenwood