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Future Nation Schools (FNS) Lyndhurst school is in the north of Johannesburg, within reach of Sandton, Linksfield, Edenvale, Alexandra, Lombardy East and West, Bramley, Kew, Highlands North, and Waverley.

FNS offers affordable and high-quality 21st century education for preschool, primary school and high school with a differentiated approach, enhanced National CAPS curriculum, Project-based Learning model and IEB examination in Grade 12.

Founded in 2017 by Sizwe Nxasana and Dr Judy Dlamini, Future Nation Schools are independent or private schools that aim to lead the African Excellence Revolution through relevant, futuristic, Africa-focused and technology-enabled education – preparing Africa’s youth for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

School structure
Pre-school (All-year enrolment)
  • Hands on Learning: We want them to learn the theory, but more importantly, We want them to be able to put into practice what they know and apply that knowledge to actual situations and issues.
  • Outcomes based, NCF (National Curriculum Framework): An educational theory that bases each part of development of the toddler and pre-school around goals (outcomes). By the end of the educational experience, each student should have achieved the goals.
  • Project based interactive learning: Introduced at pre-school level through the Interactive Learning Labs which include: the Tinkler Lab, Baking, Science, Gardening and Active Play, which includes the development of ball and co-ordination skills as well as a yoga and wellness club.
  • Differentiated approach: Tailoring instruction to meet individual needs. Whether teachers differentiate content, process, products, or the learning environment, the use of ongoing assessment and flexible grouping makes this a successful approach to instruction.
  • Language enrichment: Vocabulary is the basis for learning language. Educational research shows that vocabulary strongly relates to reading comprehension, intelligence and general ability. As children learn to read, they must learn to decode (sound-out) print, but they also must have a vocabulary base (word knowledge) in order to make sense of what they decode.
  • School Readiness Testing and Advice: The ASB is a standardised assessment that focuses on the child’s abilities/skills. It evaluates the cognitive aspects of school readiness. The ASB is used to determine strengths and weaknesses of each child’s perceptual, cognitive and language development. The ASB measures the following areas: perception, spatial; reasoning; numerical; gestalt; co-ordination; memory and verbal comprehension”. Make an appointment for your child by contacting or speak to the enrolment team for more information.
  • Phases: Toddlers – 18 months to 3 years, once a toddler is potty trained and able to follow simple instructions, etc. Pre-school – school readiness test conducted at the end of year 5 to establish School Readiness.

Pre-school enrolments are open all-year. Click below to make an appointment.

Primary School

Foundation Phase

Foundation Phase comprises of Grade R, 1, 2 and 3, and we implement the following model:

  • The language of learning and teaching for Mathematics and Life Skills is English.
  • English is offered at the Home language level.
  • The First Additional Language is isiZulu.
  • Introduction to computer skills.
  • Integration of African indigenous knowledge into all of our teaching and extra murals, where possible.
  • The classroom is structured in different stations where we accommodate individual students’ abilities and learning paces.
  • The class sizes range from 1 teacher with 30 students or 1 teacher with an Academic advisor with 35 students.
  • Introduction of physical manipulation of equipment for skills and motor development.
  • Implementation of positive discipline through Restorative Justice principles.
  • PBL as the process of learning.
  • Adoption of an interdisciplinary approach to the teaching of English, Mathematics and Life skills.

Intermediate Phase

Intermediate Phase is made up of Grades 4, 5 and 6. In 2019, only Grade 4 is offered at the Lyndhurst campus. Grades 5 and 6 will be offered in the years 2020 and 2021, respectively. The Intermediate phase subjects are as follows:

  • English as Home Language
  • isiZulu and Setswana as First Additional Languages
  • Mathematics
  • Natural Sciences and Technology
  • Life Skills
  • Social Sciences
  • Computing

The curriculum also incorporates African indigenous knowledge.

Our teaching is enhanced by PBL which is a method of teaching where students gain knowledge and skills by working on a project over an extended period of time where they are to question, investigate, research and/or design and respond to an authentic, engaging and complex question, problem and/or challenge.

The students are encouraged to enquire and research during the learning and teaching process.

The students buy their own tablets onto which eBooks are loaded.

The school has full connectivity via Wi-Fi with strong firewalls for prevention of access to uneducational material.

The classes are equipped with either interactive boards or data projectors.

The type of furniture the school has encourages collaboration as it can be moved and reconfigured into many different working spaces.

The students are involved in a wide range of extra-mural activities.

High school

Senior phase comprises Grades 7, 8 and 9, and FET phase is made up of Grades 10, 11 and 12. In 2019, only Grades 8,9 and 10 are offered at the Lyndhurst campus high school phase. Grades 11 and 12 will be offered in years 2020 and 2021, respectively. Grade 7 will be offered in 2022.

Grade 9 and 10 applications are accepted, however, students are required to write an entrance exam.

Our High School model is as follows:

  • We teach the CAPS curriculum and will write the IEB examinations in Grade 12.
  • Our teaching is enhanced by Project-Based Learning which is a method of teaching in which students gain knowledge and skills by working on a project for an extended period of time where they are to question, investigate, research and/or design and respond to an authentic, engaging and complex question, problem and/or challenge.
  • Our model is technology-focused; we teach using eBooks, interactive boards and different applications in the teaching and learning environment. Our students are required to have tablets as tools for learning and research.
  • We also offer Leadership and Entrepreneurship in order to prepare our students for the real world.
  • We incorporate African Studies across all subjects with the aim of emphasizing African culture, arts, economics and leadership.
  • We do a wide range of sporting and cultural extra-curricular activities to cater to the interests of our students.
PLEASE NOTE for the year 2021:

Grade 9 and 10 applications are accepted, however, students are required to write an entrance exam for acceptance at both Lyndhurst and Fleurhof

2021 Fee Schedule
Monthly Aftercare


R 1 260 (10 installments)

Only applicable for students in pre-school up to Grade 3.

Pre-school (18 months - 5 years old)

Annual: R 30 600

Monthly: R 3 060 (10 installments)

Foundation Phase (Grade R - 3) + Intermediate Phase (Grade 4 - 6)

Annual: R 33 400

Monthly: R 3 340 (10 installments)

Senior Phase (Grade 7 - 9)

Annual: R 39 800

Monthly: R3 980 (10 installments)

FET Phase (Grade 10 - 12)

Annual: R 43 400

Monthly: R 4 340 (10 installments)

Payment Terms
  • Registration fee is only payable upon acceptance
  • The fees above exclude the e-learning levy of R1200 per annum (R120 monthly)
  • Fees can be paid annually, bi-annually (half-yearly), once a term or monthly.
  • All fees are payable in advance.
  • Monthly payments are strictly by debit order and over a 10 months period starting from January to end of October.
  • Monthly payments are due in advance before the 1st of the month and strictly by debit order.
  • Annual Discount: If the annual fee is settled IN FULL before 31 December 2019, a reduction on the fee is applicable as per the Fee Schedule. The REGISTRATION FEE PLUS 1 MONTHS’ FEE is NON REFUNDABLE.
  • 3-year Lock-In Special: Enrol your child for a committed three-year period and qualify for an additional discount. Guarantee a 5.5% increase from signature of contract. TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY. This special is valid from 2019 to 2022 only. Please note that contracts entered in 2020 will mean a 2-year lock-in.
  • Sibling Discount: A 3% discount applies for the 2nd child; 5% discount for the 3rd child and 7.5% discount for the 4th child or more. This discount is only applicable for the monthly instalment payment plan.
  • Terms and conditions apply

School Times

Future Nation Pre-schools: 
18 months to 5 years: 07:00- 13:30

Future Nation Schools: 

  • Foundation Phase (Grades R – 3): 07:30- 13:30
  • Intermediate Phase (Grades 4 – 6): 07:20 – 15:30
  • Senior Phase (Grades 7 – 9): 07:20 – 16:30
  • FET Phase (Grades 10 -12): 07:20 – 16:30


Aftercare is available for Pre-schools and Foundation Phase students: 13:30 -17:30

Penalty fee for late child collection: R100 per 5 minutes

Contact Details
  • Phone number: 011 386 2500
  • Email:

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