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Congrats, Level 4 group!

Our current Level 4 group (Nolufefe Gezenga, Cardi Klein, Thobeka Mbundu, Pauline Muuya) had to complete 5 assessment tasks (SBA’s) per subject i.e. Mathematical Literacy, Life Orientation, Wholesale & Retail, English and Ancillary Health, which has to be moderated at different levels. All these assessment tasks have to be completed and moderated to be allowed to write exams and it also forms part of the exam mark. All these tasks had to be submitted to Umalusi (Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education and Training) for final moderation.

We are very proud of this group seeing that they obtained the highest SBA marks in the Overberg region for the following subjects: Mathematical Literacy, Life Orientation and Wholesale & Retail.

Well done girls!

Our best wishes for the up and coming exams.

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1 Comment

  1. Good day

    To whom it may concern

    I’m Mr Du Plessis I read the article about the learning centre and I’m interested. I would like to join the team if there is any vacancies.

    I’m a Maths and Maths literacy teacher.
    I posses both a Btec in Cost and Management accounting and Post Graduate in Education.

    I’m also willing to teach accounting or work in the accounts department, as it is in my field of studies.

    I hope to hear from you soon.


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