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Welcome to The Kusasa Project, the first school choice on your new learning journey. Out of all good Primary School schools in Western Cape, this school is worth a mention.

Perhaps you have just moved to Franschhoek-Le Roux surrounding areas and need information on registering a new student, The Kusasa Project is your option with great reviews and ratings.

To help make your decision easier, here are few quick things to know: The principal M Raymond, 14 teachers and 0 learners have great academic, socio-economic, and cultural diversity.

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Note:  All details about The Kusasa Project are as per The Department of Education. To request changes, please click here.

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The Kusasa Project history

The Kusasa Project academic results consistently maintain good national achievements, but there’s so much more than a good academic record.

Since the school opened the doors, it has been a place where all students in Western Cape and beyond, can call home as it celebrate and embrace ethnic and cultural diversity.

The Kusasa Project details

EMIS/NATEMIS Number for The Kusasa Project is 100000620, and the school specialisation is .

  • Teachers: 14
  • Learners:
  • Physical Address: Franschhoek Valley Community S Le Roux Franschhoek
  • Local Municipality: Stellenbosch
  • City: Franschhoek
  • Province: Western Cape

Contact details

The principal of The Kusasa Project M Raymond and the admin team are very easy to talk to, you can either visit the school, call or send a message.

  • Phone: 0
  • Physical Address: Franschhoek Valley Community S
  • Postal Address: Po Box 429, , 7690
  • Village:
  • Suburb: Le Roux

The Kusasa Project fees

For application fees or registration fees at The Kusasa Project, the principal M Raymond has all the information readily available. A Independent Rural school will always have other fees payable for certain activities.

The Kusasa Project uniform policy

The correct The Kusasa Project uniform is to be worn at all times, the school expects all students to take pride in their appearance and to dress neatly at all times.

Shoes should be kept clean and regularly polished. Bare feet are not permitted at any level for health and safety reasons.

List of teachers & staff

The list of The Kusasa Project teachers is made up of suitable educators with great academic achievements. They encourage students to be curious and creative thinkers who respect themselves and others.

  • Principal: M Raymond
  • Teachers:

The Kusasa Project pass rate

Behind the statistics and results, each child has a unique story. The Kusasa Project multiple accolades and exceptional ratings are from the community

The Kusasa Project pleasing pass rate is possible by a dedicated team of teachers, the principal, and extra staff.

The Kusasa Project stationery list

If you don’t see a school supply list here, it is likely that the teacher for your grade has the list.

Order online for peace of mind and convenience. Upload The Kusasa Project stationery list to www.onlinestationerylist.co.za, for delivery to your door or to school.

School calendar

For The Kusasa Project calendar and term dates, or to find when will The Kusasa Project open or close, please download the school calendar printable pdf.

Learners test questions and answers or k53 pdf

Students (if not parents) might have to get a driver’s license at some point, you can download K53 pdf learners test questions and answers that are easy to print and practice at any time.

Please note that both Code 8 and Code 10 learn the same road signs, it’s only the controls and parking that differs a little.

The Kusasa Project website & online platforms

For social media platforms, websites, and online registration forms, you might have to visit the school directly.

Note that this is not an official school webpage and we advice guardians to visit the school for more information.

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Cynthia Rambarly

Books and schools are quite literally my life and thanks to my life-long love affair with reading and writing. I have experience with writing blogs in online magazines. I read and write daily and love writing on schools.

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