English Home Language
English is the most commonly used language in the world. English enables learners to effectively communicate among colleagues and express there ideas and opinions. This subject is taught through the exploration of writing, books and poems.
Afrikaans First Additional Language
Being able to speak more than one language is a trait of a well educated person. Afrikaans is presented as a additional language to that of the learners home language.
South Africa has eleven official languages where Afrikaans is one of the popular spoken business languages in SA.
Sepedi First Additional Language
Being able to speak more than one language is a trait of a well educated person. Sepedi is presented as a additional language to that of the learners home language.
Being able to speak more than one language is a trait of a well educated person. Sepedi is presented as an additional language to that of the learners home language.
Mathematics is the study of numbers and the manipulation of them. Skills such as problem solving and pattern recognition are taught. The learner will be introduced to many new concepts and methods in the mathiematics field. This subject is often a prerequisite for university admission.
A fundamental understanding of the core concepts of mathematical models and methods will help improve business skills and a more fulfilled understanding to maximise progress in the workplace.
The learner will learner the use of numbers and their importance in a variety of contexts, such as financial maths for business or personal use. Data collection, analyses and display are taught to show the learner how to critically judge information and form conclusions. It is important to note that some universities do not recognize mathematical literacy as a mathematical qualification.
Maths Literacy enables the learner to work on practical knowledge skills in which he or she can handle any situation with confidence.
The learner will conduct experiments, interpret data, solve problems and present arguments and information a scientific form. It is advised that learners interested in pursuing careers in electronics, engineering and medicine chose this subject.
This subject takes a look at the skills, values and knowledge required for learners to become informed and wise about food, clothing, housing and furnishings. The learners will be taught how to use these resources in an optimal and sustainable manner.
Economical Management Sciences
This subject applies to learners who are interested in careers in business. Topics such as commerce and management studies are taught to build a solid foundation for the future.
Arts and Culture
Learners with passion for creativity will enjoy this subject. It will teach them skills to research a variety of art forms and to appreciate arts and cultures.
Technology teaches learners basic skills to build simple structures and understand basic systems.
Since the world is all about recycling and conservation of nature, technology as a subject enriches us to live more environmentally aware of our footprints here on earth.
History takes a critical look at the past. This subject places an emphasis on skills such as reading, thinking, research and writing.
Skills such as observation, analysis, research, data handling, map reading and the application of this skills is taught in Geography. Learners interested in geography can pursue careers in fields such as cartography, climatology, education, environmental management, regional and urban planning, research, tourism, travel, etc.
The different skills taught in accounting are communication, problem solving, organisation and management skills, analytical evaluation and creating financial awareness for the learner. This subject is important for learners interested in pursuing a career in business.
Business studies takes a look at the skills needed to become successful in the future business world.
This subject is focused on the industry and practice, and prepares every learner to become a successful entrepreneur.
Computer Applied Technology
Important computer concepts such as using word processors, spreadsheets and database are introduced. The learner is taught about the hardware and software that make our computers run. They will learn about the different technologies used today in computers and important information management techniques.