Westering offers a wide choice of subjects that enable learners to go to University, Technikon or various colleges or to continue with a career in business or a trade.
Grade 9 learners are counselled each year to explain the subject choices for the National Senior Certificate course. It is very important that the correct choices be made at this stage, particularly with regard to later tertiary education entrance.
GRADES 8 & 9 (General Education And Training : GET)
The grade 8 learners continue with the senior phase of the General Education and Training (GET) band of their school career. During the last two years of this phase (grades 8 and 9) the learners master nine learning areas.
GRADE 10, 11 & 12 (NATIONAL SENIOR CERTIFICATE COURSE)
A learner must do 7 subjects * 4 compulsory subjects from Group A (including two languages) and three from Group B.
English (First Home Language)
Afrikaans or isiXhosa (Additional Language)
Life Sciences Physical Sciences
Accounting Business Studies
Tourism Consumer Studies
Music Visual Arts
Computer Applications Technology
FURTHER STUDY REQUIREMENTS
- A learner must pass matric (NSC) AND
- For a Diploma: The minimum admission requirement is a National Senior Certificate (NSC) (40-49%) or better in four recognised NSC 20-credit subjects (only LO is not 20-credit). Some diplomas require more specific combinations. (Check with University, Technikon or College.)
- For a Bachelor’s Degree: The minimum admission requirement is a National Senior Certificate (NSC) (50-59%) or better in four subjects chosen from the following list of 20-credit NSC subjects (which will be known as the designated subject list):
NOTE: CAT and Tourism are not designated subjects, so while a learner can take them, they cannot be in the four subjects mentioned above for a BACHELOR’S DEGREE. They also cannot both be taken for a Bachelor’s Degree.
2021 Grade 8 application. Closing date 16 March 2020.
For any other enquiries, fill in the form to get in touch or contact the schools using the details below;
Tel: +27 41 360 7805
Fax: +27 41 360 3148
P.O. Box 10393