15 – EXIT PHASE
This final pillar of education is the mental shift from a base of concrete understanding to an abstract form of thought. Governed by Cambridge education, this final phase is a synergy of an understanding forged in an electronic era. With a focus on understanding through technology this final phase of primary education, culminating in A levels allows the students to experience lectures from around the world, communicate with students from different countries and to understand the world they are entering. The exit qualification these students will receive will increase the university entrance points they receive in comparison to other conventional schools and allows them the opportunity to study abroad.
Students also have the choice to pursue another exit qualification through our college – Sí. Sí is an alternative educational pathway offered in the High School. This qualification offers an NQF4 school-leaving certificate, which can be followed by tertiary studies. The student can continue to graduate with an MBA.
A Day in the life of the 15 – Exit Phase
|07h30 – 07h45||Early care. Students arrive and settle in|
|07h45 – 08h00||Class registration|
|08h00 – 08h40||Session 01|
|08h40 – 09h20||Session 02|
|09h20 – 10h00||Session 03|
|10h00 – 10h20||Mid-Morning Break|
|10h20 – 11h00||Session 04|
|11h00- 11h40||Session 05|
|11h40 – 12h20||Session 06|
|12h20 – 13h25||Lunch and Break|
|13h25 – 14h05||Session 07|
|14h05 – 14h45||Session 08|
|15h00 – 15h30||Snack (on days with no sports)|
|15h00 – 16h00||Twice a week sport (snack after sports)|
|15h00 – 17h00||Aftercare academic program and supervised play outside|
|17h00 – 17h30||Quiet time whilst waiting for parents|
A detailed timetable of our sessions will be posted in the classroom on a weekly basis.