SATURDAY 16 & 23 January 2021


TIP: If you have to travel a bit, enrol with a friend or 2 and form a lift-club

9:00 – 16:00

Ages 8 – 12

My daughter attended the Girl-School course last week. It was a life changing experience for her. I can strongly recommend Girl-School for all moms … it’s an experience you can’t put a price tag on.

Girl-School Mom

Girl-School is a  fun and unique experience, packed full of super valuable, age-appropriate content presented in a safe and inspiring environment.

This course will personally be presented by Girl-School founder Anri van der Linde, who is passionate about empowering girls to be happy, confident young women who respect themselves and others, celebrate their uniqueness and feel beautiful inside and out.

Our topics will include:

What does it really mean to call yourself “a lady”
What is you “Inner Beauty?”
Age-appropriate personal care
Basic practical skin-Care – age-appropriate
‘Mini-Manicure’ practical session (lots of fun!)
You are YOU for a reason, so throw away that ‘mask’!
Table Etiquette
What is a ‘healthy friendship’
Three ‘weapons’ that will help you to stand up for yourself and say “NO” when you need to
Good and healthy posture
Discover your “Sparkles”


plus lots of fun, laughter and making special memories!

Please note:


Saturday 16 AND 23 January 2021; 9:00 – 16:00
Area: Johannesburg (Full address will be sent to Parents that enrol)
Cost: R2800.00 that can be paid as follows:
i) R1400.00 within 7 days of enrolment together with
ii) The balance of R1400.00 one week before the course starts
“Thank you teacher Anri for teaching me so many things I loved to learn about. I wish we could do this every Saturday! I will never forget this course.”
Girl-School Lady

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Watch the short video below to get a sneak-peak of what happens at Girl-School:

Thank you for providing this space and opportunity for my daughter to develop her self confidence and learn valuable new skillsThis was truly an investment in her future as this course empowered and inspired her to be a happy teenager in these challenging times that we live in today.

Kerryn Soles

Girl-School Parent