The period between the last exam paper and the release of matric results are some of the most anxiety-inducing, nail-biting weeks of school-leavers’ lives.
Thirteen years of compulsory schooling is nearly over for thousands of learners.
For many teenagers the exams promises a long summer holiday, but for driven students, a lot could be at stake. These are the marks that will determine whether they get into their university of choice.
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R100 000 is up for grabs to school-going entrepreneurs.
The programme offers learners an opportunity to grow their understanding of monetary policies and helps them understand how the economy works.
High school learners from Grade 9 to 12 should not only spend energy on mastering their academic work, but also on mastering those study habits that will set them up for a lifetime of effective learning.
“Taking over the reins is not about me,” says new principal.
The Springs Girls’ High School’s Representative Council of Learners (RCL) has chosen to support orphanages and disadvantaged youth in a drive called ‘Girls Need to Support Girls’.
The Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) recently announced that the 2017 school year started off relatively smoothly.
Two Springs English-medium high schools have obtained a 100% pass rate in the 2016 National Senior Certificates (NSC) exams.