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The Grade 10s are ready to “Post”

The Grade 10s are ready to “Post”

The Grade 10 Accounting students have been revisiting their posting skills. The concept was introduced to them last year in Grade 9 by Mrs Caris. Posting into the General Ledger (GL) is a skill used while transferring totals from the sub-journals. It must be properly done otherwise the Trial Balance (TB) will not equalise. The posting rules are essentially an application[Read More…]

by January 31, 2019 Accounting, High School

Grade 9s make Jelly Cells

This term the Grade 9s were introduced to the most minute detail about themselves that they hadn’t known before….the cell! Our Natural Sciences curriculum takes us on the journey from the smallest unit of life all the way through tissues created by these cells, to organs and how they work together to create the systems that keep the complex organisms[Read More…]

by January 24, 2019 High School, Natural Science
Data Handling at Glance

Data Handling at Glance

Data handling involves gathering and recording information and then presenting it in a way that is easily read and understood. Following on from developing their research questions, the Grade 10s began gathering their data with the use of recording sheets and questionnaires. Here are some snapshots of our young investigators.

by November 19, 2018 High School, Math Literacy
Bringing MAPS to life in Grade 10 Geography!

Bringing MAPS to life in Grade 10 Geography!

The Grade 10 Geographers had some fun bringing their 2D maps to life by building 3D contour models using tracing paper and cardboard boxes.        

by November 19, 2018 Geography, High School
What would you sacrifice EVERYTHING for?

What would you sacrifice EVERYTHING for?

The Grade 10 students are exploring the politics of sport in Life Orientation, an incredibly topical area of interest currently. Names like Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid are suddenly part of political rhetoric in the United States, where these famous NFL players are using their fame to express their collective stance against police brutality and daily casual racism. In the[Read More…]

by November 2, 2018 High School, Life Orientation
Grade 10 Visual Art – All about ‘The Still Life’

Grade 10 Visual Art – All about ‘The Still Life’

Grade 10 Visual Art Students are exploring the ‘Still life’ as a genre during the fourth term. With a wide variety of objects, different types of still life’s were created by the students. The main focus area is on ‘composition’ and considering the different elements of art. The project requires students to determine their chosen ‘type’ of Still life, do[Read More…]

by November 2, 2018 High School, Visual Art
Xchange Rate at Glance

Xchange Rate at Glance

Look at the Exchange Rate!!! We all love travelling abroad, however, it involves converting currencies into the currency of the country visited. How does it work? The value of one country’s currency in terms of or in relation to another country’s currency is called the Exchange Rate. For instance this morning 1 Rand was exchanged for 3,97 Mozambican Metical: ZAR/MZN:[Read More…]

by September 21, 2018 High School, Math Literacy
Marine sustainability in Grade 10 Geography

Marine sustainability in Grade 10 Geography

Last week the Grade 10s headed out to the Two Oceans Aquarium to learn about marine sustainability and what we can do as individuals to better protect our oceans, such as reducing our use of single-use plastic (straws, coffee cups and plastic bags) and only purchasing fish that are considered sustainable according to SASSI’s “traffic light system”. It is important[Read More…]

by September 21, 2018 Geography, High School
Prelude in Cracking Success

Prelude in Cracking Success

#Proud teacher                                                                                                                     [Read More…]

by September 13, 2018 Accounting, High School
The value of Peer Asessment in a First Additional Language

The value of Peer Asessment in a First Additional Language

According to research, self and peer assessment are important aspects of ‘assessment for learning’ practice. Assessing their own work or that of others can help students to develop their understanding of the  Learning Outcomes and the Assessment Criteria. Research has shown that learners make more progress when they are actively involved in their own learning and assessment. This term students[Read More…]

by September 13, 2018 Afrikaans, High School