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Grades 8 – 12
Robertson Logos is an English-medium school with a number of pupils whose home language is Afrikaans. We teach English Home Language to all pupils (Language of Learning and Teaching) and offer Afrikaans First Additional Language. Our school follows the CAPS curriculum and writes the National Senior Certificate examination at the end of matric. Currently we are using Optimi as curriculum provider who provides facilitation material, support and ensures standardized assessment in every grade.  High School students use their electronic device in the classroom to
enhance teaching and learning as part of a blended learning approach. 

We provide a safe learning environment where children benefit from our small classes with their excellent teacher to student ratios. Full participation in the Physical Education (PE) and sports programme is compulsory from Grade 8 to Matric.  PE forms part of the Life Orientation course which all students take through to Matric.

Grades 8 and 9 subjects:
• English Home Language
• Afrikaans 1st Additional Language
• Mathematics
• Life Orientation (Physical Education included)
• Natural Science
• Human and Social Science (History and Geography are done separately)
• Economic and Management Science
• Arts and Culture
• Technology

Grade 10 to 12 subjects:
Compulsory Subjects:
• English home Language
• Afrikaans 1st Additional Language
• Life Orientation

We offer the following subject choices in grade 10:
• Maths/ Maths Literacy
• Physical Science / Computer Application Technology (CAT) 
• Business Studies / Life Science
• Accounting / Geography / Tourism

Our exit exam (National Senior Certificate) is done through WCED, with full accreditation by UMALUSI.

Logos places great value on the character development of our students. Our Leaders@Logos programme is integrated in our curriculum and aims at developing highly-motivated, balanced and competent young people, well prepared to deal with the challenges facing them when they leave school. Students are encouraged to take part in Social Responsibility projects and team sports such as soccer, netball and hockey as well as athletics competitions, swimming galas, chess and tennis tournaments.