Primary School

We at Trinity Private Tutors believe that the foundation phase of school is possibly the most important, like any building; if the foundation is weak the structure itself is likely to be flawed and unstable. This simple analogy is also present within a child’s learning and education, if the individual does not grasp the basic principles in any subject this could hinder their ability to understand and complete work as they move forward through their schooling career.

Therefore we place a lot of emphasis on the foundation learning phases, with the aim of building a confidence in the learning approach of each and every one of our students to ensure they are in good stead going forward through each academic year.

The unfortunate truth is that teachers are also under a lot of pressure to get through the academic syllabus within an allocated time frame thus an increasing number of learner find themselves falling behind on their understanding of the work. This may be detrimental to their future studies.

It is common knowledge that each individual will understand and learn at a different rate, therefore, to believe that an individual is not capable of achieving top marks is a common misunderstanding within our society. We believe that given enough time and effort every individual is capable of achieving their desired results, this is why we aim to assist your child reach his/her full potential.

Primary School Subjects


  • Basic Principles
  • Mathematical Operations
    • Addition
    • Subtraction
    • Multiplication
    • Division
  • Word Problems
  • Fractions
  • Time
  • Geometry
  • Factors and Multiples


  • Comprehension Skills
  • Exam Techniques
  • Figures of Speech and Parts of Speech
  • Reading, writing and Listening
  • Homework Assistance
  • Language structure
  • Reading Writing and Listening skills


  • Woordeskat (Vocabulary)
  • Begripstoets (Comprehension Skills)
  • Tye (Tenses)
    • Teenwoordige Tyd
    • Verlede Tyd
    • Toekomende Tyd
  • All relevant language structures

Natural Science

Social Science

Economic Management Sciences (EMS)