EduExcellence Schools

Middle School
± Ages 13 -15

Middle School (± Ages 13 -15)

Stages 7 – 9

13 – 15 Years of Age (±2)

Our Middle School assists young ladies and gentlemen to grow and develop in their critical thinking abilities.

The Middle School runs over 3 stages (stage 7 – 9). Internal Progression Tests are scheduled after each stage with External Progression Tests called check-points after Stage 6 and Stage 9. These tests allows us to track progress, but also to allow for progression to be viewed not only annually, but over stages, therefore allowing for individual development at their own personal pace.

13 – 15 Years of Age (±2)

Mainstream Learners

Learners presenting with so-called ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, Asperger’s and mild learning difficulties.

Learners in need of a flexible timeline according to personal pace & learning preference.

Learners in the Middle School are between the ages of 13 and 15 / (17) years. Due to possible developmental delays, we allow for a 2 year developmental gap and thus accommodate learners up to the age of 17 in our Middle School.

We welcome different thinking and learning styles. We understand that some learners may find it difficult to concentrate and/or maintain focus and that expressing thoughts may not come easy for all.

We specialise in remedial assistance for those in need and provide concessions.

Middle School Curriculum

Curriculum with emphasis on fundamentals in Numeracy, Literacy and Critical Thinking.

Additional Subjects (CAPS):
Adapted Afrikaans, History, Geography, Science, Global Perspectives,

Life & Social Skills

As a registered Cambridge School, we offer content in line with the Cambridge Curriculum.

As Cambridge offers only English (as a first language), Mathematics and Science, we supplement with a CAPS based curriculum to supply the full range of subjects needed.

Afrikaans is presented as a second language.

Progression Tests
Cambridge International Examination (CIE) Checkpoint 2

Curriculum Weight

iDevelop: 20%
Academic: 80%

We dedicate 20% of our day to the iDevelop Curriculum. We focus on normative, social, emotional and physical education with a strong emphasis on neuro-development. We invest time and effort to strike a fine balance between all these aspects to assist learners in developing as whole individuals.

Academic activities will take up 80% of the day and will consist of fundamentals in literacy, numeracy and critical thinking.

Stages 7 – 9

13 – 15 Years of Age (±2)

Our Middle School assists young ladies and gentlemen to grow and develop in their critical thinking abilities.

The Middle School runs over 3 stages (stage 7 – 9). Internal Progression Tests are scheduled after each stage with External Progression Tests called check-points after Stage 6 and Stage 9. These tests allows us to track progress, but also to allow for progression to be viewed not only annually, but over stages, therefore allowing for individual development at their own personal pace.

13 – 15 Years of Age (±2)

Mainstream Learners

Learners presenting with so-called ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, Asperger’s and mild learning difficulties.

Learners in need of a flexible timeline according to personal pace & learning preference.

Learners in the Middle School are between the ages of 13 and 15 / (17) years. Due to possible developmental delays, we allow for a 2 year developmental gap and thus accommodate learners up to the age of 17 in our Middle School.

We welcome different thinking and learning styles. We understand that some learners may find it difficult to concentrate and/or maintain focus and that expressing thoughts may not come easy for all.

We specialise in remedial assistance for those in need and provide concessions.

Middle School Curriculum

Curriculum with emphasis on fundamentals in Numeracy, Literacy and Critical Thinking.

Additional Subjects (CAPS):
Adapted Afrikaans, History, Geography, Science, Global Perspectives,

Life & Social Skills

As a registered Cambridge School, we offer content in line with the Cambridge Curriculum.

As Cambridge offers only English (as a first language), Mathematics and Science, we supplement with a CAPS based curriculum to supply the full range of subjects needed.

Afrikaans is presented as a second language.

Progression Tests
Cambridge International Examination (CIE) Checkpoint 2

Curriculum Weight

iDevelop: 20%
Academic: 80%

We dedicate 20% of our day to the iDevelop Curriculum. We focus on normative, social, emotional and physical education with a strong emphasis on neuro-development. We invest time and effort to strike a fine balance between all these aspects to assist learners in developing as whole individuals.

Academic activities will take up 80% of the day and will consist of fundamentals in literacy, numeracy and critical thinking.

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