Premium School in Waterfall, Midrand


A definitive expression of excellence, Reddam House Waterfall is a premium private school in Waterfall, Midrand. Reddam House Waterfall boasts beautiful, lush, greenbelt views, within the secure estate bordering the Jukskei River; featuring beautiful walking and mountain bike trails, play parks, and picnic areas. This tranquil setting is conducive to discovery and learning.

Welcoming children from 1 year old to Grade 12. Reddam House Waterfall school nurtures individuality, talent, and self-assurance in a secure, relaxed, and self-disciplined environment. Offers an internationally respected curriculum, with a broad range of academic, cultural, and sporting activities. Our school in Waterfall is equipped with world-class facilities, including a modern auditorium, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, a Learn to Swim pool aimed specifically for early learning children, innovative STEM facilities, and a multifunctional Astroturf.

We understand the importance of education; equipping our students to face an increasingly challenging global future with pride and confidence by inspiring true excellence in international education.

Reddam House Waterfall school provides premium education to families living in the Kyalami, Midrand, Sandton, Rivonia, Fourways & Johannesburg.




The strength and consistency of the Reddam House Group’s educational principles are largely due to the solid foundation laid by a strong team of skilled and experienced educators. While independent schools are rightly proud of their tradition, the Reddam Group’s education system has been deconstructed, every part examined and reassembled as a new super-performing, global operation. As a result of our continuous success and achievements, “excellence” has become a word we use unashamedly.

— Graeme Crawford, Reddam House Founder & Inspired Group President

Reddam House Waterfall is an Inspired School, a leading global premium schools group operating in Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America educating over 65,000 students across a global network of more than 80 schools.