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A Brief History of the School
Emjindini Secondary School was established in 1952.
To encourage true parental and community involvement in our school and provide quality education.
We are an excellent school driven by passion and team work.
Type of School
Grade 8 - 12
Physical Sciences, Mathematics, Accounting, Life Sciences, Life Orientation, Siswati, English, Geography, Tourism, Economics.
Extra Curricula Offered
Soccer and Netball
Number of Teachers
Number of Learners
Number of Classrooms
The number of Learners per Class
60 per Classroom
PO BOX 343, Barberton 1300
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When was the School Established?
It was established in 1952
Who was involved with the establishment of the School?
Mr W.M. Masia, Mr v.D, Mr V.D Simelane and Mr A.M Molala.
Registered with the Department of Education
Registered in 1956
Which District does the school fall under?
Is there a School Hall?
Does the School have Toilets?
How many Toilets
How Many of These Toilets Function?
Does the school have sporting facilities?
If yes, which sports
Does the school have a library?
Does the school have a Science and Technology Laboratory?
Does the school have computers?
If yes how many per learner?
Is there a computer centre?
Does the school have electricity?
Does the school have running water?
Does the school a television set?
Is there a video recorder?
Are there security guards on the school premises?
Is there a perimeter fence around the school?
Does the Community use the School facilities?
Detail what the community us the school for if yes
Political Formation Meetings.
Do they need uniforms?
Do they need Sanitary Resources?
Is there a school feeding scheme for learners?
Do they have Security Updates?
No, they dont have.
Do they need educational resources?
Infrastructure and facility upgrades being done?
Is there water supply?
Any remedial programmes?
No, they dont have.
Do they have technical resources?
Resources for Sports and Vegetable Gardens