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Grade 1-3

Our Primary School begins with a solid foundation for reading, writing, mathematics and developing the child holistically.  Logos follows  the Optimi programme which includes all subjects as required by the Department of Education and is compiled in accordance with the Curriculum Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS).  The curriculum for the Foundation phase (Grade R – 3) consists of the following subjects:
English Home Language; Afrikaans First Additional Language; Mathematics and Life Skills.

The children benefit from our small classes with their excellent teacher to student ratios (classes are limited to 16 children).  We understand that learning must occur visually, auditory and in a hands-on manner, so we encourage learning opportunities such as project-based group tasks, doing hands-on science experiments and  following a “Computers for Kids” programme and introducing Coding & Robotics for grades 1-3 from 2023.

 

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In grades 1-3, learning opportunities, interaction and practical hands-on manipulation of concrete objects focus on developing the learners’ mathematical skills.  Learners are given the opportunity to master fundamental concepts before moving on to more challenging problems.

Language is an instrument for thinking and communication.  When learners use language effectively they are able to think critically and accumulate knowledge, express their creative abilities and identity as well as their feelings and ideas.  They are also able to better interact with others and manage their experiences.    At Logos, we offer English as Home Language and Afrikaans as First Additional Language.  The Optimi programme covers the following learning areas:  Listening and Speaking; Reading and Phonics; Writing and Handwriting.

School is not just about academic achievements – character development is at the forefront of our holistic programme. Art and physical education are part of the timetable from grade 1 to grade 7. Children are encouraged to take part in Social Responsibility projects and team sports such as mini-cricket, soccer, netball and hockey as well as athletics competitions, swimming galas and tennis tournaments.

Our children play and learn in a safe environment, where team work and respect for one another is encouraged.  Our foundation phase programme is a vibrant and exciting way for your child to develop language;  mathematical and life skills, and we look forward to welcoming your child into our Logos family.

Grade 4-7

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 learning material, support and ensures standardized assessment in every grade.

In the Intermediate Phase (Grades 4-6) and in the first year of the Senior Phase (Grade 7) the following learning areas are taught: English Home Language, Afrikaans First Additional Language, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Art, Computers, Physical Education and Bible Education. In Grade 7, learners are introduced to Economic Management Sciences and Technology.

 

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The learners benefit from our small classes with their excellent teacher to student ratios. Our classes are limited to 16 learners.  We understand that learning must occur visually, auditory and in a hands-on manner, so we encourage learning opportunities such as project-based group tasks, use of the well-equipped Science laboratory and an opportunity each week to use the Junior Computer Centre where students get the opportunity to learn about Coding & Robotics.

School is not just about academic achievements – character development is at the forefront of our holistic programme.  Art and physical education are part of the timetable from grade 1 to grade 7. Children are encouraged to take part in Social Responsibility projects and team sports such as cricket, soccer, netball and hockey as well as athletics competitions, swimming galas, tennis and chess tournaments.