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High school

Senior phase: Grade 8 and Grade 9

At Curro Roodeplaat our learners are guided to adjust to a greater workload of higher intensity. Our teaching is aimed at developing innovative and critical thinking, while a problem-solving approach is taken to subjects such as Mathematics and Technology. Our affordable, enhanced curriculum places a great emphasis on creative, innovative thinking, while 21st-century learning is implemented in subjects such as Technology and Computer Literacy.

Our learners receive professional guidance when choosing their elective subjects at the end of Grade 9 and may choose between NCV and NSC (as offered in the FET phase).

 

FET phase:

NSC stream: Grade 10 to Grade 12

Through application-based teaching, the FET phase prepares learners for the IEB examinations (Independent Examinations Board) written at the end of Grade 12. However, emphasis is placed on a greater world-readiness rather than a purely examination-driven approach. Our learners are taught to think innovatively, express their ideas and take charge of their own lives. We also provide them with an inherent dedication to hard work and achievement. Some of our specialised subjects include Information Technology, Engineering Graphics and Design and Computer Applications Technology.

 

NCV stream: Level 2 to Level 4

Learners with a Grade 9 pass may choose to follow Level 2 to Level 4 NCV programmes (administered by the DHET), rather than continue with Grade 10 to Grade 12 (administered by IEB). NCV is meant for learners who already have clear career goals and want to get a head start in life. These career-focused matric qualifications allow learners to choose from a variety of programmes, thereby specialising in their field of interest from a young age. Upon completion of each level, learners receive a qualification issued by the DHET, which is endorsed by Umalusi.

 

Read: What is the difference between NCV and NSC?

 

At Curro Roodeplaat, we currently offer one NCV programme:

NCV programmes provide learners with practical experience as well as academic knowledge. Combined with the notional hour requirements of NCV, the programmes require an extended school day. However, learners receive no homework and lunch is included in the school fees. The longer school days further prepare learners for the demands of the workplace or tertiary studies.

Should learners choose not to enter the job market immediately after completing NCV Level 4, their qualification could grant them acceptance to tertiary education institutions for further studies in their specific field of specialisation (subject to the institution’s acceptance requirements.

Read more on how NCV works or contact us.

 

View more on Curro Roodeplaat’s high school offering on our fact sheet or view this informative infographic about the differences between NSC and NCV.

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