Foundation Phase (Grade 1- 3)

The Foundation Phase follows the CAPS-curriculum as a guideline to our Saints curriculum. Our educators make use of various educational strategies and resources to enhance the delivery of knowledge, skills and values.

English (HL), Afrikaans (FAL) and Sesotho (SAL) are offered as languages with Mathematics and Life Skills. A well-structured Physical Development Programme, that is unique to Saints, has been developed during 2020 and is incorporated in our school day.

Using CAPS as our foundation, we add body to our curriculum with programmes such as: Jolly Phonics, The Oxford Reading Tree and a variety of Mathematical programmes. Life Skill themes are integrated into our curriculum.

Our educators are equipped to deliver blended teaching with three YouTube channels and a grade-2 Facebook page. These platforms were created at the start of lockdown 2020 and are successfully used to enhance the delivery of content to our boys.Music lessons are offered to individuals, starting with the recorder. The boys participate in various Eisteddfods and art festivals. Learner support is offered through remedial and intervention classes, where the need of each individual is addressed. Chapel forms part of our daily routine and adds to the values of our school.

Intermediate Phase (Grade 4 – 6)

At Saints it is our vision to provide a stimulating, inclusive learning environment where all boys are lead in the development of their intellectual and physical potential within our sound value system. 

In the intermediate phase we put a big focus on the basic foundations of learning. We follow the CAPS curriculum. We have a clear whole school development plan for English and Mathematics to prepare our boys for high school. We encourage and value reading to enhance a better understanding of our world and others. We offer Didactics in various subjects to help learners who struggle with concepts in these learning areas.

Our syllabus consists of: 

  • English Home Language
  • Afrikaans First Additional Language/ Sesotho First Additional Language
  • Mathematics
  • Natural Science and Technology
  • Social Sciences
  • Life Skills
  • In the Junior School additional subjects include Art, Music, Sports Development and Conversational Sesotho, after which it becomes a choice of second language with Afrikaans.