Education is the backbone of society and the ability to live a full effective lifestyle. That is why we are Serious about Academics and we do not compromise.
Learners academic performance is our priority and therefore we have a strong academic program in place, backed up by an intervention, tutoring and homework assist programme.
Learners in the Foundation Phase, Grade RR to 3, study a full range of academic subjects in addition to the DDMA (Dance, Drama ,Music ,Arts). Studying the Arts improves the learners self-confidence and instils discipline and dedications that enhance their academic achievement.
The academic subjects includes, Language | English & Afrikaans | Mathematics | Life skills, all based on the CAPS CURRICULUM . We believe in learn & play, and the learners are introduced to different methods of learning while playing.
In the Intermediate Phase, Grade 4 to 6, We focus on the following subjects. English | Afrikaans | Mathematics | Life Skills, as well as Natural Science & Technology and Social Science.
To further train the brain we introduce the learners in this phase to the game of CHESS, notwithstanding their ARTS subjects DDMA , Dance, Drama, Music ,Arts.
Studying the Arts improves the learners self-confidence and instils discipline and dedications that enhance their academic achievement
Learners from Grade 8 to 12 study a full range of academic subjects in addition to their chosen speciality subjects. The specialist studies foster the discipline and dedication which are pre-requisites for academic achievement.
In Grade 8 and 9 we comply with the national requirement of completing the General Education and Training (GET) Examination. The GET examination covers eight learning areas: languages | mathematics, social sciences (SS) | natural sciences (NS) | arts and culture | economic management services (EMS) | technology and life orientation.
In addition, all the learners are exposed to Art, Drama, Dance or Music. Only One of the arts is selected by the learner as a specialist subject until grade 10 until grade 12
Grade 10 to 12 learners must complete the following components:
Education is simply the soul of society, as it passes from generation to generation.
It is also universally recognised as one of the most fundamental building blocks for Human Development and poverty alleviation.
When given an opportunity to learn, people are empowered to contribute fully to the development of their lives, their communities and the countries.
Education simply remains one of the most powerful tools to reduce poverty and inequality and helps lay a foundation for sustained growth in our country