"Arbor" is Latin for tree and the word chosen for Arbor Primary on a number of accounts.
Surrounded by streets named after trees, the school crest has a tree growing out
of a mine dump symbolizing the beginning of the town Benoni and the subsequent growth
in education. The branches of the tree symbolize the unity of purpose. Three branches
are used to remember the three schools that provided Arbor Primary with learners
when it first started, namely Benoni West, Rynfield and Tom Newby Primary.
"Aequitas", our motto, means "Fairness to all". A motto that we find particularly
relevant in our country, South Africa.
To develop children with active, creative minds and a sense of respect and compassion
for others. We strive for the total development of each child: spiritual, moral,
intellectual, social, emotional and physical.
At Arbor Primary we strive to provide quality education in a safe, caring and nurturing