Alludio Academy is a private school that is located in a well–populated residential area of Klein Windhoek – Windhoek, Namibia. We are a standard private school that is composed of an early primary (Grade Zero through Seventh grade) that is predominantly funded through tuition fees, levies from students and from other private sources.
We offer standard and professional teaching services in a secured and conducive learning environment to all our students. We ensure that we work hard to meet and surpass all our students’ expectations and educational goals whenever they enroll in our tutorial college.
At Alludio Academy, our students’ overall best interest would always come first, and everything we do is guided by our values and professional ethics. We will ensure that we hire professional staff who are well experienced and passionate in imparting knowledge to students at various learning levels.
Alludio Academy is founded by Mrs Liezl Moller and
Mrs Emma Cocklin. Both Ladies are Passionate about the development of Children
and providing a space for children to develop at their natural pace in a
concrete and play centred environment.
“A child must know that he is a miracle, that since the beginning of the world there hasn’t been, and until the end of the world there will not be, another child like him.” ~ Casals
• Learners must be happy, relaxed and satisfied.
• Educators must have a good knowledge of the curriculum in order for them to be able to implement it with success.
• Emphasis is placed on our four main subjects:
First Additional Language
• Special attention is given to the knowledge, outcomes, values and attitudes which the learners should reach in the different subject areas.
• Every learner must develop holistically and should have a special place in the broader system.
• Good communication between educators and parents are maintained.
Help this transition to go smoothly for your child – before the first day, try to visit the school and tour your child's new classroom. Knowing what to expect will create excitement and anticipation, not fear.
Parents should also meet with school staff to identify their child's strengths, needs, interests and difficulties.