To those who have passed through its halls, the name “College of Magic” conjures up many different things: delight, excitement, happy memories, and even a sense of family and belonging.
The College of Magic is first and foremost a unique place of contemporary education for young people. We believe that every child is different; that every child is creative and has an innate sense of curiosity and wonder. We’ve shaped our curriculum around this ethos, and our staff is dedicated to helping each learner find and develop their unique passions and talents.
The College of Magic is also a place where youngsters from every walk of life come together; a true reflection of our rainbow nation. They are brought together by the enchanting and multi-faceted art of ‘magic theatre’, where learning is fun, life skills are nurtured, and where little imaginations are set free. All of this is our recipe for captivating, empowering and transforming young lives. (taken from the College of Magic “About” page.Page last updated 10th February, 2023
Once students complete the Courses of the College of Magic, they become "members". This is not a club in the traditional sense however, as there are no regular meetings for ex students (although some go onto the Cape Magicians Circle for a club.
- The College holds most lessons on a Saturday morning.
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