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  • Accounting

    Accounting (FET)

    Measurement and processing of financial information about economic entities such as businesses and corporations

    Subject Head: K Golightly

  • Afrikaans

    Afrikaans Additional Language (GET)

    First Additional Language Afrikaans

    Subject Head: A Miller

  • Afrikaans

    Afrikaans First Additional Language (FET)

    First Additional Language Afrikaans

    Subject Head: K Joubert

  • AP Maths (FET)

    A continuing course in calculus

    Subject Head: L Emery

  • Maths

    AP Maths (GET)

    Introductory course in calculus

    Subject Head: L Emery

  • Business Studies

    Business Studies (FET)

    Study of specialties such as accountancy, finance, organisation, human resources management and marketing

    Subject Head: K. Glover

  • Cat

    Computer Applications Technology (FET)

    Developing skills in using computer office software for basic computer literacy and how computers work

    Subject Head: A Kwatsha

  • Art

    Creative Arts (GET)

    Introduction to visual arts, music and dramatic arts

    Subject Head: Various

  • Cat

    Digital Technology (GET)

    The use of computers, applications and Internet technologies to enable users to create and manage information and solve real life problems using end user applications, computational thinking and coding.

    Subject Head: L Oosthuizen

  • Drama

    Dramatic Arts (FET)

    The art of the writing and production of plays; drama

    Subject Head: G Everard

  • Economics

    Economic Management Science (GET)

    Introduction to business studies and accounting

    Subject Head: A Hobson

  • English

    English Home Language (FET)

    Home Language English

    Subject Head: J Long

  • English

    English Home Language (GET)

    Home Language English

    Subject Head: M Simpson

  • Geography

    Geography (FET)

    Study of the physical features of the earth and human activity including population and resource distribution

    Subject Head: R Baartzes

  • Guidance

    Guidance (FET)

    In addition to the Life Orientation programme

    Subject Head: D McGregor

  • Guidance

    Guidance (GET)

    In addition to the Life Orientation programme

    Subject Head: D McGregor

  • History

    History (FET)

    The study of past events, particularly in human affairs

    Subject Head: B Mitchell

  • Information Technology

    Information Technology (FET)

    Focus on computer programming, algorithms and how a computers work

    Subject Head: B Long

  • isiXhosa First Additional Language (FET)

    First Additional Language isiXhosa

    Subject Head: B Scout

  • isiXhosa First Additional Language (GET)

    First Additional Language isiXhosa

    Subject Head: B Scout

  • Life Orientation

    Life Orientation (FET)

    Holistic development of pupils, including social, personal, intellectual, emotional, spiritual and physical

    Subject Head: U Makawu

  • Life Orientation

    Life Orientation (GET)

    Holistic development of pupils, including social, personal, intellectual, emotional, spiritual and physical

    Subject Head: R Smith

  • Life Sciences

    Life Sciences (FET)

    The scientific study of organisms – such as microorganisms, plants, and animals including human beings

    Subject Head: D Strydom

  • Math Literature

    Mathematical Literacy (FET)

    The ability to use numbers to help solve real-world problems, and to understand the “language” of math

    Subject Head: T Horsley

  • Maths

    Mathematics (FET)

    This is the science that deals with the logic of shape, quantity and arrangement

    Subject Head: I Conradie

  • Maths

    Mathematics (GET)

    This is the science that deals with the logic of shape, quantity and arrangement

    Subject Head: E Konzana

  • Music

    Music Additional Subject (GET)

    An opportunity for a pupil to learn to play a musical instrument from the wide variety of instruments on offer. This is the portal for contribution to the extensive band program.

    Subject Head: D Broccardo

  • Music

    Music (FET)

    Practical application, theory, composition and ensemble experience

    Subject Head: D Broccardo

  • Natural Sciences

    Natural Sciences (GET)

    A branch of science which deals with the physical world, e.g. physics, chemistry, geology, biology

    Subject Head: B Barry

  • Physical Sciences

    Physical Sciences (FET)

    The study of inanimate natural objects, including physics, chemistry, astronomy, and related subjects

    Subject Head: C Oosthuizen

  • Social Sciences

    Social Sciences (GET)

    The scientific study of human society and social relationships: introductory history and geography

    Subject Head: K Schimper

  • Tourism

    Tourism (FET)

    The commercial organization and operation of holidays and visits to places of interest

    Subject Head: J Nair

  • Visual Arts

    Visual Arts (FET)

    Creative art whose products are to be appreciated by sight, such as painting, sculpture, and film-making

    Subject Head: T Olander van Aardt