Matriculates who participated in Denel’s Maths and Science enrichment programmes in Gauteng, Mpumalanga and the North West, received a 100 per cent pass rate in the 2015 year-end exams.
As the class of 2015 have received their matric results, some of the school-leavers might find themselves stuck after not being accepted by the university at which they had hoped to study, leaving them with only the option of going to a private institution.
Crucial tips to get to school and back home safely.
Many thousands of Grade 12 learners from the Class of 2015 will by tomorrow have to face the reality that things have not worked out the way they wanted them to in terms of their results.
The 2015 matric exam national pass rate has dropped to 70.7 per cent, down from 75.8% in 2014.
Good news for all high school learners, the Caxton/Hirsch’s Creative Writing competition is extended by a month.
To prepare for examinations one needs to learn to deal with stress.
Across South Africa learners are preparing to write their end of year exams, and finals for matriculants.
Today, October 5 marks the World Teachers Day and the Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) would like to join the world in celebrating this day and wish all educators in Gauteng and everywhere across the globe a happy World Teachers Day.
Daniel Seleme, Caxton Creative Writing Competition Marketing Coordinator in an interview with East Rand Stereo.