Amanda Korff

Amanda is our Executive Head of PEPPS since the start of 2023.

Shaping Futures at PEPPS Schools

Our commitment to individualized attention and a nurturing environment is reflected in our class sizes, carefully structured to not exceed 30 pupils per class. At PEPPS, we believe in instilling values that extend beyond academics, rooted in a Christian ethos that emphasizes compassion, integrity, and respect. Our unique approach to education includes Project-Based Learning (PBL), empowering students to actively engage in real-world challenges, fostering creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking. By combining personalized attention, Christian values, and innovative teaching methods, PEPPS Schools creates an environment where learners not only excel academically but also develop into well-rounded individuals prepared for the complexities of life.


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Founding Fathers

PEPPS, rooted in apartheid-era South Africa, strives to provide affordable, excellent education to previously disadvantaged communities. With a focus on critical thinking and English-medium instruction, it has grown into one of Limpopo Province’s top independent schools. PEPPS Polokwane, with a history of impressive academic achievements, expanded in 2018 and continues to foster diversity. The organization, led by Dr. Arthur Ledwaba, aims to open new colleges, including one in Mokopane in 2022, and explores options for a Ba-Mothapo community campus. PEPPS, a non-profit, welcomes donations to further its mission, evident in its track record of success. For the full story, click below.

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