Programme ensures exam readiness

2019-06-27 06:01

With the 2019 National Senior Certificate (NCS) examinations starting in September, Grade 12 learners from schools all over the province will attend the Winter Schools programme.

This programme, initiated by the provincial department of education, is to ensure that candidates are prepared for the examinations.

The programme aims to assist learners in high enrolment subjects such as mathematics, physical science, geography, life science, accounting and economics.

The department has initiated a number of targeted and sustained interventions at schools across the province, which include a Winter Schools Programme and Winter Camps for matrics.

Provincial minister for education Debbie Schäfer says:

Many of the programmes on offer are taught by tutors selected by the department.

“I am extremely encouraged to see the commitment of so many learners to improve their results with a phenomenal number of learners attending Winter Schools across the province,” Schäfer said.

With only over 100 days to go until the start of the 2019 National Senior Certificate (NCS) examinations, Grade 12 learners from schools all over the province will attend the Winter Schools programme.

This programme, initiated by the provincial department of education, is to ensure that candidates are prepared for the exams.

The programme aims to assist learners in high enrolment subjects such as mathematics, physical science, geography, life science, accounting and economics.

The department has initiated a number of targeted and sustained interventions at schools across the province, which include a Winter Schools Programme and Winter Camps for matrics.

Provincial minister for education Debbie Schäfer visited the programme at the Salt River Secondary School where about 500 Grade 12 learners from four high schools in the area are undergoing an intensive revision programme ahead of the 2019 NSC examination period.

“This Winter School is just one of the many that the department is running across the province to ensure that our Grade 12 learners are well prepared for the upcoming exams,” Schäfer said.

She said that she was pleased to see learners making use of the opportunities the department has provided to assist them in preparing for their final exams.

“It was also a pity that some who were scheduled to come did not bother. We can only create opportunities, but people need to take them up,” she said.

Many of the programmes on offer are taught by tutors selected by the department.

“I am extremely encouraged to see the commitment of so many learners to improve their results with a phenomenal number of learners attending Winter Schools across the province,” Schäfer said.

With only over 100 days to go until the start of the 2019 National Senior Certificate (NCS) examinations, Grade 12 learners from schools all over the province will attend the Winter Schools programme.

This programme, initiated by the provincial department of education, is to ensure that candidates are prepared for the exams.

The programme aims to assist learners in high enrolment subjects such as mathematics, physical science, geography, life science, accounting and economics.

The department has initiated a number of targeted and sustained interventions at schools across the province, which include a Winter Schools Programme and Winter Camps for matrics.

Provincial minister for education Debbie Schäfer visited the programme at the Salt River Secondary School where about 500 Grade 12 learners from four high schools in the area are undergoing an intensive revision programme ahead of the 2019 NSC examination period.

“This Winter School is just one of the many that the department is running across the province to ensure that our Grade 12 learners are well prepared for the upcoming exams,” Schäfer said.

She said that she was pleased to see learners making use of the opportunities the department has provided to assist them in preparing for their final exams.

“It was also a pity that some who were scheduled to come did not bother. We can only create opportunities, but people need to take them up,” she said.

Many of the programmes on offer are taught by tutors selected by the department.

“I am extremely encouraged to see the commitment of so many learners to improve their results with a phenomenal number of learners attending Winter Schools across the province,” Schäfer said.

With only over 100 days to go until the start of the 2019 National Senior Certificate (NCS) examinations, Grade 12 learners from schools all over the province will attend the Winter Schools programme.

This programme, initiated by the provincial department of education, is to ensure that candidates are prepared for the exams.

The programme aims to assist learners in high enrolment subjects such as mathematics, physical science, geography, life science, accounting and economics.

The department has initiated a number of targeted and sustained interventions at schools across the province, which include a Winter Schools Programme and Winter Camps for matrics.

Provincial minister for education Debbie Schäfer visited the programme at the Salt River Secondary School where about 500 Grade 12 learners from four high schools in the area are undergoing an intensive revision programme ahead of the 2019 NSC examination period.

“This Winter School is just one of the many that the department is running across the province to ensure that our Grade 12 learners are well prepared for the upcoming exams,” Schäfer said.

She said that she was pleased to see learners making use of the opportunities the department has provided to assist them in preparing for their final exams.

“It was also a pity that some who were scheduled to come did not bother. We can only create opportunities, but people need to take them up,” she said.

Many of the programmes on offer are taught by tutors selected by the department.

“I am extremely encouraged to see the commitment of so many learners to improve their results with a phenomenal number of learners attending Winter Schools across the province,” Schäfer said.

With only over 100 days to go until the start of the 2019 National Senior Certificate (NCS) examinations, Grade 12 learners from schools all over the province will attend the Winter Schools programme. This programme, initiated by the provincial department of education, is to ensure that candidates are prepared for the exams.

The programme aims to assist learners in high enrolment subjects such as mathematics, physical science, geography, life science, accounting and economics.

The department has initiated a number of targeted and sustained interventions at schools across the province, which include a Winter Schools Programme and Winter Camps for matrics.

Provincial minister for education Debbie Schäfer visited the programme at the Salt River Secondary School where about 500 Grade 12 learners from four high schools in the area are undergoing an intensive revision programme ahead of the 2019 NSC examination period.“This Winter School is just one of the many that the department is running across the province to ensure that our Grade 12 learners are well prepared for the upcoming exams,” Schäfer said.

She said that she was pleased to see learners making use of the opportunities the department has provided to assist them in preparing for their final exams.

“It was also a pity that some who were scheduled to come did not bother. We can only create opportunities, but people need to take them up,” she said.

With only over 100 days to go until the start of the 2019 National Senior Certificate (NCS) examinations, Grade 12 learners from schools all over the province will attend the Winter Schools programme.

This programme, initiated by the provincial department of education, is to ensure that candidates are prepared for the exams. Helping hand for learners

The programme aims to assist learners in high enrolment subjects such as mathematics, physical science, geography, life science, accounting and economics.

The department has initiated a number of targeted and sustained interventions at schools across the province, which include a Winter Schools Programme and Winter Camps for matrics.

Provincial minister for education Debbie Schäfer visited the programme at the Salt River Secondary School where about 500 Grade 12 learners from four high schools in the area are undergoing an intensive revision programme ahead of the 2019 NSC examination period.

“This Winter School is just one of the many that the department is running across the province to ensure that our Grade 12 learners are well prepared for the upcoming exams,” Schäfer said.

She said that she was pleased to see learners making use of the opportunities the department has provided to assist them in preparing for their final exams.

“It was also a pity that some who were scheduled to come did not bother. We can only create opportunities, but people need to take them up,” she said.

Many of the programmes on offer are taught by tutors selected by the department.

“I am extremely encouraged to see the commitment of so many learners to improve their results with a phenomenal number of learners attending Winter Schools across the province,” Schäfer said.

With only over 100 days to go until the start of the 2019 National Senior Certificate (NCS) examinations, Grade 12 learners from schools all over the province will attend the Winter Schools programme.

This programme, initiated by the provincial department of education, is to ensure that candidates are prepared for the exams.

The programme aims to assist learners in high enrolment subjects such as mathematics, physical science, geography, life science, accounting and economics.

Helping hand for learnersThe department has initiated a number of targeted and sustained interventions at schools across the province, which include a Winter Schools Programme and Winter Camps for matrics.

Provincial minister for education Debbie Schäfer visited the programme at the Salt River Secondary School where about 500 Grade 12 learners from four high schools in the area are undergoing an intensive revision programme ahead of the 2019 NSC examination period.

“This Winter School is just one of the many that the department is running across the province to ensure that our Grade 12 learners are well prepared for the upcoming exams,” Schäfer said.

She said that she was pleased to see learners making use of the opportunities the department has provided to assist them in preparing for their final exams.

“It was also a pity that some who were scheduled to come did not bother. We can only create opportunities, but people need to take them up,” she said.

Many of the programmes on offer are taught by tutors selected by the department.

“I am extremely encouraged to see the commitment of so many learners to improve their results with a phenomenal number of learners attending Winter Schools across the province,” Schäfer said.

With only over 100 days to go until the start of the 2019 National Senior Certificate (NCS) examinations, Grade 12 learners from schools all over the province will attend the Winter Schools programme.

This programme, initiated by the provincial department of education, is to ensure that candidates are prepared for the exams.

The programme aims to assist learners in high enrolment subjects such as mathematics, physical science, geography, life science, accounting and economics.

The department has initiated a number of targeted and sustained interventions at schools across the province, which include a Winter Schools Programme and Winter Camps for matrics.

Provincial minister for education Debbie Schäfer visited the programme at the Salt River Secondary School where about 500 Grade 12 learners from four high schools in the area are undergoing an intensive revision programme ahead of the 2019 NSC examination period.

“This Winter School is just one of the many that the department is running across the province to ensure that our Grade 12 learners are well prepared for the upcoming exams,” Schäfer said.

She said that she was pleased to see learners making use of the opportunities the department has provided to assist them in preparing for their final exams.

“It was also a pity that some who were scheduled to come did not bother. We can only create opportunities, but people need to take them up,” she said.

Many of the programmes on offer are taught by tutors selected by the department.

“I am extremely encouraged to see the commitment of so many learners to improve their results with a phenomenal number of learners attending Winter Schools across the province,” Schäfer said.

With only over 100 days to go until the start of the 2019 National Senior Certificate (NCS) examinations, Grade 12 learners from schools all over the province will attend the Winter Schools programme.

This programme, initiated by the provincial department of education, is to ensure that candidates are prepared for the exams. The programme aims to assist learners in high enrolment subjects such as mathematics, physical science, geography, life science, accounting and economics. The department has initiated a number of targeted and sustained interventions at schools across the province, which include a Winter Schools Programme and Winter Camps for matrics.

Provincial minister for education Debbie Schäfer visited the programme at the Salt River Secondary School where about 500 Grade 12 learners from four high schools in the area are undergoing an intensive revision programme ahead of the 2019 NSC examination period.

“This Winter School is just one of the many that the department is running across the province to ensure that our Grade 12 learners are well prepared for the upcoming exams,” Schäfer said.

She said that she was pleased to see learners making use of the opportunities the department has provided to assist them in preparing for their final exams.

“It was also a pity that some who were scheduled to come did not bother. We can only create opportunities, but people need to take them up,” she said.

Many of the programmes on offer are taught by tutors selected by the department. “I am extremely encouraged to see the commitment of so many learners to improve their results with a phenomenal number of learners attending Winter Schools across the province,” Schäfer said.

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