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A job? Really? But it’s my holiday!!

A job? Really? But it’s my holiday!!

Ah, the world of work! When you’re at school, it sounds so exciting and grown – up. The independence it offers must be worth it, right? When you’re actually in it… well, it becomes rather REAL! In order to get the Grade 10’s thinking about careers, working and jobs, they have been tasked with designing an advert in Life Orientation[Read More…]

by September 29, 2017 High School, Life Orientation
Skills transfer in the World of Work

Skills transfer in the World of Work

Did you know that Jose Mourinho worked as a translator at a soccer club? He began his career as a soccer player, but soon realised that he would not make it in professional football. He transferred the skills that he had learnt in soccer, such as perseverance, discipline and thinking quickly, as well as decision making, to doing a degree[Read More…]

by September 8, 2017 High School, Life Orientation
Examining Social Justice in Life Orientation

Examining Social Justice in Life Orientation

‘Poverty is the worst form of violence.’┬áMahatma Gandhi The Grade 10 students have been examining the many aspects of Social and Environmental Responsibility this term. In particular, we have discovered how POVERTY traps the individual, and offers no freedom for those experiencing it. Nelson Mandela believed that overcoming poverty is not a gesture of charity, but rather an ACT of[Read More…]

by May 25, 2017 High School, Life Orientation
Information Technology Research Assignment

Information Technology Research Assignment

For the remainder of Term 1, the Grade 10 Information Technology students will be working on researching the history and technology behind multiprocessing, multitasking and multithreading. Each student has been assigned a section of work that they are responsible to research and compile. This section of work forms a core component (LO.1. – Hardware and Software) of their theory for[Read More…]

by March 7, 2012 Information Technology