Our Programmes

GRADE RR & R

• We know that the Foundation Phase is crucial for laying the foundation for happy learning. That is why our lesson material is created with the holistic development of young learners in mind, equipping them with a broad range of skills & abilities.


 

GRADE R - 3

• This is a foundation phase.

• A learner in this phase MUST offer four (4) subjects.

• Learner’s progression is based on the recorded evidence in formal assessment tasks.

• Parents and guardians are thus advised to monitor learner’s progress in terms of formal
assessment tasks.

  • Computer Skills

 

GRADE 4 - 6

• This is an intermediate phase.

• A learner in this phase MUST offer and complete six (6) subjects.

• Learner’s progression is based on the recorded evidence in formal assessment tasks (Portfolios).

• Learner’s progression is based on the recorded evidence in formal assessment tasks (Portfolios).

• Formal Assessment tasks are referred to as School- Based assessment Tasks (SBAs).

• School- Based Assessment tasks allow for learners to be assessed on a regular basis.

• School-Based Assessment (SBA) is compulsory component of progression marks in grades 4 to 6.

• Parents and guardians are advised to monitor and support School-Based Assessment programme.

• All forms of assessment are appropriate to the age and development level of the grades 4- 6 learners.

Subjects :

• Home Language

• First Additional Language

• Mathematics

• Natural Sciences and Technology

• Life Skills

• Social Sciences

  • Computer Skills

• French Second Additional / Portuguese Second Additional Language for immigrant learners

GRADE 7

Grade 7 follow the national curriculum for the General Education and Training (GET) level, using outcomes-based methods.

• A learner in this grade is prepared for secondary studies.

 A learner in this phase MUST offer and complete nine (9) subjects.

• Learner’s progression is based on the recorded evidence in formal assessment tasks (Portfolios).

• Formal Assessment tasks are referred to as School- Based assessment Tasks (SBAs).

• School- Based Assessment tasks allow for learners to be assessed on a regular basis.

• School- Based Assessment contributes 40% in grade 7.

• School-Based Assessment (SBA) is compulsory component of progression marks in this grade.

• Parents and guardians are advised to monitor and support School-Based Assessment programme.

• All forms of assessment are appropriate to the age and development level of the grade 7 learner.

• School-Based Assessment (SBA) is compulsory component of progression marks in this grade.

Subjects:

• Home Language

• First Additional Language

• Mathematics

• Natural Sciences

• Life Orientation

• Social Sciences

• Technology

• Economics Management Sciences

  • Creative Arts
  • Computer Skills

• French Second Additional / Portuguese Second Additional Language for immigrant learners.

• All forms of assessment are appropriate to the age and development level of the grade 7           learners.

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GRADE 8

Grade 8 follow the national curriculum for the General Education and Training (GET) level, using outcomes-based methods.

• A learner in this grade is prepared for secondary studies.

• A learner in this phase MUST offer and complete nine (9) subjects.

• Learner’s progression is based on the recorded evidence in formal assessment tasks (Portfolios).

• Formal Assessment tasks are referred to as School- Based assessment Tasks (SBAs).

• School- Based Assessment tasks allow for learners to be assessed on a regular basis.

• School- Based Assessment contributes 40% in grade 7.

• School-Based Assessment (SBA) is compulsory component of progression marks in this grade.

• Parents and guardians are advised to monitor and support School-Based Assessment programme.

• All forms of assessment are appropriate to the age and development level of the grade 7 learner.

• School-Based Assessment (SBA) is compulsory component of progression marks in this grade.

Subjects :

• Home Language

• First Additional Language

• Mathematics

• Natural Sciences

• Life Orientation

• Social Sciences

• Technology

• Economics

  • Creative Arts

Management Sciences

  • Computer Skills

• French Second Additional / Portuguese Second Additional Language for immigrant learners.

• All forms of assessment are appropriate to the age and development level of the grade 8            learners.

GRADE 9

 It assists the educator in the next grade or school to understand the learner better and therefore a learner’s progress and performance. to respond appropriately to the learner’s needs Grade 9 follow the national curriculum for the General Education and Training level.

• It focuses on knowledge, values, attitudes and skills.

• A learner in this phase MUST offer and complete nine (9) subjects.

• This is the last grade of senior phase.

• A learner in this grade is prepared for Further Education and Training phase (FET) and career choice.

• Learners choose subjects that they will carry through to matric in terms of their academic career.

• Learner’s progression is based on the recorded evidence in formal assessment tasks of the nine (9).

• Formal Assessment tasks are referred to as School- Based assessment Tasks (SBAs).

• School- Based Assessment tasks allow for learners to be assessed on a regular basis.

• School- Based Assessment contributes 40% in grade 9.

• School-Based Assessment (SBA) is compulsory component of progression marks in this grade.

• Parents and guardians are advised to monitor and support School-Based Assessment programme.

• All forms of assessment are appropriate to the age and development level of the grade 9 learner.

Subjects:

• Home Language

• First Additional Language

• Mathematics

• Natural Sciences

• Life Orientation

• Social Sciences

• Technology

• Economics Management Sciences

  • Creative Arts
  • Computer Skills

• French Second Additional / Portuguese Second Additional Language for immigrant learners.

• All forms of assessment are appropriate to the age and development level of the grade 9     learners.

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GRADE 10 - 12

• Grades 10 to 12 follow the National Curriculum for the National Senior Certificate, the exit point of the Further Education and Training (FET) level.

A learner offers four compulsory subjects:

• Home Language

• First Additional Language

• Mathematics

• Natural Sciences

• Life Orientation

A learner offers four compulsory subjects:

• Accounting

• Business Studies

• Computer Applications Technology

• Consumers studies

• Economics

• French Second Additional Language

• Geography

• History

• Life Sciences

• Physical Sciences

• Portuguese Second Additional Language

• Tourism

Economic Management Sciences

  • Computer Skills

A learner offers four compulsory subjects:

  • Home Language
  • First Additional Language
  • Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy
  • Life Orientation

Choice Subjects

Science Stream

  • Physical Sciences
  • life sciences
  • Mathematics
  • Geography

Commerce

  • Accounting
  • Business Studies
  • Economics
  • Tourism

A learner offers four compulsory subjects:

  • Home Language
  • First Additional Language
  • Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy
  • Life Orientation

Choice Subjects

Science Stream

  • Physical Sciences
  • life sciences
  • Mathematics
  • Geography

Commerce

  • Accounting
  • Business Studies
  • Economics
  • Tourism

A learner offers four compulsory subjects:

  • Home Language
  • First Additional Language
  • Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy
  • Life Orientation

Choice Subjects

Science Stream

  • Physical Sciences
  • life sciences
  • Mathematics
  • Geography

Commerce

  • Accounting
  • Business Studies
  • Economics
  • Tourism

TECHNICAL MATRIC-N3

• Learners can achieve a matric certificate.

• An Admission number will be issued to the learner, which will serve as his/her reference number.

• Learners can apply for this programme using their grade 10 or 11 reports and or other supporting.

• A minimum of six subjects are required for a learner to qualify for matric certificate.

A learner offers four compulsory subjects:

• Industrial organization and planning

• Industrial orientation

• Supervision industry

• Mathematics N3

• Business English

• Sake Afrikaans among others