Our CENTRE


We are a home-school support centre providing qualified teachers, smaller classes and more focus on the individual.

Our Location

24 Malva Street Cnr Cockspur Road

Weltevreden Park

ROODEPOORT

REGISTRATION FORMS

Download the documents below:

 

Our grade 8 class is starting in 2020.

 

Enrolments for all grades are now open for 2020.

 

Registration form Weltevreden Park 2020

 

Registration form Weltevreden Park 2019

 

 

ADVANCED COLLEGE CODE OF CONDUCT

Experienced Staff

We make use of qualified teaching staff who are SACE registered. Our teachers assistant fills a supportive role to the teacher.

 

THE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF OUR TEACHER:

  1. Teaches 1 or more grades/levels using appropriate and innovative teaching strategies.
  2. Facilitates learning through functional lesson plans of activities and appropriate, adequate and updated instructional materials.
  3. Monitors and evaluates learners’ progress.
  4. Undertakes activities to improve performance indicators.
  5. Maintains updated learners’ progress regularly.
  6. Supervises curricular and co-curricular projects and activities.
  7. Maintains updated learners’ school records.
  8. Counsels and guides learners.
  9. Supports activities of governmental and non-governmental organizations.
  10. Conducts action plans.
  11. Maintains the daily routine (classroom cleanliness, classroom management, overall physical classroom atmosphere.)
  12. Maintains a harmonious relationship with fellow teachers and other centre personnel as well as with parents and other stakeholders.

THE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF OUR TEACHERS ASSISTANT:

  1. Reinforces the work provided by the teacher using appropriate and innovative teaching strategies.
  2. Enforces school and class rules to help teach students proper behaviour.
  3. Helps the teacher with recordkeeping, such as tracking attendance and calculating grades.
  4. Undertakes activities to improve performance indicators.
  5. Helps the teacher prepare for lessons.
  6. Supervises students in class, between class and during lunch and recess and on field trips.
  7. Counsels and guides learners.
  8. Supports activities of governmental and non-governmental organizations.
  9. Maintains the daily routine (classroom cleanliness, classroom management, overall physical classroom atmosphere.)
  10. Maintains a harmonious relationship with fellow teachers and other centre personnel as well as with parents and other stakeholders.

Good Environment

Garden

Located in the suburb of Weltevreden Park, the centre has a “home-away-from-home” feeling.

 

Facilities:

  • A computer centre
  • An astro area
  • A sandpit
  • Jungle gyms and swings
  • A trampoline
  • A zipline
  • A tennis wall
  • Netball net and soccer nets
  • A heated learn-to-swim pool
  • A drinking fountain in the garden
  • The many trees in the garden provide a park-like feel
  • An undercover area with tables and chairs for the children to enjoy their lunch
  • CCTV Cameras

Our Vision

 


 

To support and assist parents in guiding their children to adulthood, equipped to discover their interests and future careers.

Creating tomorrow’s leaders.

“We are going to miss you guys a lot. Thank you for everything you and your team have done for (name). It is greatly appreciated” – TR November 2018

Our Classes


We follow the CAPS curriculum.

Foundation Phase

GRADE RR TO GRADE 3

 

The Foundation Phase Gr RR to 3 includes three subjects for Grade R, and four compulsory subjects for Grade 1 to 3, namely:

Home Language

First Additional Language (only Grade 1 to 3)

Mathematics

Life Skills.

The Grade R programme follows the Curriculum as set out by the Department of Education.  Through play and active participation, the children will learn in a stimulating environment both indoors and outdoors.  The curriculum will stimulate creativity; challenge their curiosity and develop all their perceptual and pre-learning skills.

One of our core objectives is to meet the needs of the children during this critical phase of their development.  The Grade R classes of no more than 20 per class, each has a qualified teacher and teacher assistant.  The cornerstone of our program will be a sound moral value system that respects all cultures and religions represented in our country.

Our centre thrives on parental involvement and we encourage you to know how and what your child is learning.  A warm, loving relationship between the centre and home is in the interest of your child.  Please be assured that your children’s happiness, growth and development are very important to us.  We aim to help them reach their full potential in every area of development and therefore welcome co-operation from parents at every level. We aim to become a model of best practice with regard to Early Childhood Development in teaching and learning in South Africa.

Assessment

It is important for a parent/guardian to ensure that his/her child is really ready to start Grade R. Children usually start Grade R in the calendar year of their sixth birthday. If a learner does not make proper progress, the learner can be held back and repeat an academic year. Such a learner may only repeat one year in the Foundation Phase (including Grade R), and learners must therefore not stay in the Foundation Phase for more than five years.

The formal assessment for the Foundation Phase consists of monitoring progress (Grade R) or assessment tasks per term (Grade 1 to 3).

Intermediate Phase

GRADE 4 – GRADE 6

 

The Intermediate Phase includes six compulsory subjects, namely:

Home Language

First Additional Language

Mathematics

Natural Sciences and Technology

Social sciences (History and Geography)

Life Skills

Assessment

The formal assessment for the Intermediate Phase consists of a test or examination per term.

Continuous Assessment Components:

March – Test Series

June – Examinations

September – Test Series

November – Final examinations

PASSING REQUIREMENTS:

Home Language: 50%

First Additional Language: 40%

Maths: 40%

Any two other subjects: 40%

 

 

 

SENIOR PHASE

GRADE 7 – GRADE 9

SubjectsThe Senior Phase includes nine  compulsory subjects, namely:

Home Language

First Additional Language

Mathematics

Natural Sciences

Social Sciences (History and Geography)

Life Orientation

Creative Arts

Economic and Management Sciences

Technology.

Also offered additional elective subjects in Grade 8 and 9, namely:

Agricultural Sciences

Computer Applications Technology

Hospitality Studies

Hairdressing and Cosmetology

Tourism

Assessment

The formal assessment in the Senior Phase consists of a test or examination per term.

Continuous Assessment Components:

March – Test Series

June – Examinations

September – Test Series

November – Final Examinations

PASSING REQUIREMENTS:

Home Language – 50%

First Additional Language – 40%

Maths – 40%

Any 3 other compulsory subjects – 40%

Any 2 other compulsory subjects – 30%

 

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