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SAHETI School was established in 1974 by a group of founders under the leadership of Advocate George Bizos. Its doors were open to all, welcoming widely diverse communities to share in its values-driven, universal education.

The campus has evolved as part of a unique design, which has attracted much attention and even professional recognition in the form of awards from the Institute of South African Architects. From the outset, SAHETI’s approach to education was dynamic and innovative. The school has become known for its enlightened teaching methods, consistent academic excellence and rich cultural life.

The expansive grounds have allowed for development of enviable sports facilities, to cater for a wide variety of activities. Today this vibrant school ranks amongst the top independent schools in South Africa. Its enrolment of about 1300 boys and girls is spread over a Playschool, Pre-Primary School, Primary School and High School.

SAHETI is situated in Senderwood, Bedfordview, on the eastern outskirts of Johannesburg.


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"Know Thyself"

Exploring our school motto

“The school motto, ‘Know Thyself’ dates back to ancient Greece and was expounded upon by the likes of Socrates. For me it speaks to the need for self-reflection, through which we will begin to understand our need for God and our dependence on each other. I believe that a good understanding of self will also spur us on as individuals towards training our bodies, mind and character so that we may maximise our God given potential and fulfil the calling upon our lives.”
Mr Warwick Taylor (Executive Headmaster)

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Learning during COVID-19

What we've learnt so far

Gaming in Minecraft to teach ICT

A presentation by Matthew Hains SAHET’s Head of CAT and ICT Development, for the August Schoolscape IT Conference
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Purposeful Learning During the Pandemic is no Small Feat

By Mrs Sophia Zachariou The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on the last school year globally. Now, experts in the education system are in discourse trying to look ahead on how ongoing outbreaks will affect education in both the near and distant future.
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New Tricks For Teaching With Technology in 2021 | Interview with Matthew Hains

After ten days of jumping into online teaching and wading through the quagmire of "How to's.." and "Do's and don'ts"...I can say we have learnt a few things! Of course, we continue to learn each day.
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Life at SAHETI School

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Time to relax and recharge. Have an awesome holiday SAHETI Family!

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Felicia Sarris Liasides❤️❤️

Well done to our swimmers who took up the challenge and braved the freezing water today in SAHETI’s first ever Polar Bear Swim. Thanks to everyone who sponsored them and kickstarted the fundraising for our 2023 Rugby Sevens and Netball Festival.  Donations can still be made via the Karri App until 12 September. We look forward to next year’s challenge.

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Well done to all who swam brrrrr. Good to see a few staff taking the plunge haaaaaa

Well done you crazy but awesome people !! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

Awesome all of you

Bravo wow

Well done

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Learning all about transport has kept the Playschool children enthralled over the past few weeks. The highlight was undoubtedly a display of cars and motorbikes, including a Vespa and a delivery bike. How exciting it was to see and hear engines and cars in all sorts of colours and shapes with different type of tyres. An unforgettable treat!
Sponsor Mr Janse van Rensburg, Mr Harper, Mr Mokhutswane and various coaches or challenge your son, daughter, husband, wife or friend to brave the icy water!
Minimum challenge R50 through the Karri App.
Join in the fun - come watch the action!
An exciting way to end the term!

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Shalin this one is for Bojan

A fun and creative ending to the term for our budding artists and chefs at Grade 1 Club. We’ll be back for more next term!