" King Edward VII School is a secondary school that offers the general pathway to obtain a National Senior Certificate (NSC). This examination is based on a curriculum for Grades 10 – 12. "
In the General Education and Training (GET) phase, Grade 9 is the end of the compulsory phase of schooling. Education in this band aims at providing learners with the basic competencies or a broad foundation of knowledge, skills, values and attitudes needed for lifelong learning.
King Edward VII School’s compulsory subjects for Grade 8 and 9 learners is as follows:
At the end of Grade 9 learners must choose seven subjects for Grades 10 – 12.
Four core (compulsory) subjects
3 elective subjects from this list
Minimum NSC requirements for further studies relating to Higher Certificate, Diploma and Bachelor Studies
Bachelor’s degree pass requirements
Diploma pass requirements
Higher certificate pass requirements
Medals - Junior phase
The King Edward VII School’s ‘state of the art’ Mathematics Centre is a top class facility that was made possible by the `The Victor Daitz Foundation` and Èdgar Droste Trust`
This facility houses the Mathematics Department & the hockey pavilion.
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