Hoerskool Eldoraigne Subjects 2024/2025

Hoerskool Eldoraigne Subjects 2024/2025

The Hoerskool Eldoraigne Subjects for 2024/2025. On this page is the list of Hoerskool Eldoraigne Subject offered for the 2024/2025 Academic year.

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List of Subject Offered at Hoerskool Eldoraigne

Group A – Compulsory subjects

Afrikaans (Official Home Language)
English (First Additional Language)
Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy
life Orientation
Natural Sciences – NW:
– Physical and Life Sciences

Social Sciences – SW:
– History

– Geography

Economic and Management Sciences – EMS:
– Accounting: 50%

– Business Studies: 50%

technology
Creative Arts:
– Art

– Drama

Group B – Compulsory skills subjects

Computer technology
Group C – Enrichment subjects: Select one

Technical Drawing
hospitality Studies
Arts:
– Dance

– Drama

Electronics
Note: If Arts is selected, the relevant or art activity must also be indicated. A brief report of participation and performance in the activity must be submitted with the application for admission. There is room in the application form for this.

Out-of-curricular subjects:

Certain extra, eighth. extra-curricular and other enrichment subjects are offered on our school grounds, after regular school hours (07: 20-14: 00). Take a look at what we offer at the Center of Excellence.

Information Technology (IT) or Computer Application Technology (CT) (Gr 10 – 12) Information Technology is subject to academic performance evaluation in the subject Mathematics. (Note: Mathematics and NOT Mathematical Literacy MUST be taken with Information Technology). Hoerskool Eldoraigne Subjects Offered

RT differs from IT in that:

RT focuses on managing information and solving problems using application packages (Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint, Web page design (HTML) etc). Theoretically, the following topics are addressed in RT: hardware, software, networks, computer security and computer ethics. IT focuses on solving problems mainly through programming (Scratch, Delphi). Web design and database creation also form part of their syllabus. IT focuses on aspects such as e-communication, human-computer interaction, social implications of the computer, new technology, etc.

Hospitality Studies (Gr 8 & 9 as well as Gr 10 – 12)

Gr 8 & 9 Enrichment: elective. Gr 10 – 12 Elective (Formerly Hotelkeeping and Catering)

Hospitality Studies is an exciting field of study and of the few directions where a learner can enter a profession from school. Our learners are very popular at various tertiary education institutions because of their good basic training.

Learners are involved in the learning process through activities directed directly at their field of experience. A wide range of activities that test various skills and provide for self-evaluation are included in each unit, namely: Chef – not just to make food, but also the finer art to offer it attractively. Restaurant service – includes Maitre d’hotel, waiter, bartender and bar assistant. We boast a lovely restaurant, La Doraigne, where parents can get away for a delicious meal and socializing during practical dining. A particularly high standard is maintained here. Hoerskool Eldoraigne Subjects Offered

Art (Gr 8 – 12)

In Grades 8 and 9, Art is one of the components of Creative Arts. This involves a theoretical component (art history) and a practical component ie Drawing and Painting.

In Grades 10-12, learners take Visual Arts or Design as one of their seven subjects. In both of these subjects, the practical component involves at least 1 hour of homework per day.

Visual art

The practical component includes various disciplines such as painting, drawing, sculpture, as well as various hand skills. The theoretical component focuses on visual literacy and art history, including indigenous culture.

design

The practical component includes graphic design, information design, interior design, and other design disciplines. The theoretical component focuses on visual communication and the history of design.

Dramatic Arts (Gr 10 – 12) and Drama (Gr 8 & 9)

In Grades 8 & 9, Drama is one of the components of Creative Arts. In Grades 10-12 learners can consider Dramatic Arts as one of their subjects. It is not just for learners who want to be actors, but for everyone who chooses rights, theology, education or any other profession in which one works with people. It strengthens your confidence and your ability to express yourself in every situation. The subject consists of 50% theory, 50% practical and lots of fun.

Grade 10 to Grade 12

subjects:

Group A – Compulsory subjects

Afrikaans (Official Home Language)
English (First Additional Language)
Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy
life Orientation
Group B – Select 3 subjects

Physical Sciences
Life sciences
Physical sciences
Engineering Graphics and Design
tourism
hospitality Studies
design
Visual Art
Electronics
geography
Accounting
economy
business Studies
Information Technology
Computer applications Technology
history
consumer Studies
Group C – Additional subjects

French
Alpha Mathematics
Out-of-curricular subjects:

Certain extra, eighth. extra-curricular and other enrichment subjects are offered on our school grounds, after regular school hours (07: 20-14: 00). Take a look at what we offer at the Center of Excellence.

Information Technology (IT) or Computer Application Technology (CT) (Gr 10 – 12) Information Technology is subject to academic performance evaluation in the subject Mathematics. (Note: Mathematics and NOT Mathematical Literacy MUST be taken with Information Technology).

RT differs from IT in that:

RT focuses on managing information and solving problems using application packages (Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint, Web page design (HTML) etc). Theoretically, the following topics are addressed in RT: hardware, software, networks, computer security and computer ethics. IT focuses on solving problems mainly through programming (Scratch, Delphi). Web design and database creation also form part of their syllabus. IT focuses on aspects such as e-communication, human-computer interaction, social implications of the computer, new technology, etc.

Hospitality Studies (Gr 8 & 9 as well as Gr 10 – 12)

Gr 8 & 9 Enrichment: elective. Gr 10 – 12 Elective (Formerly Hotelkeeping and Catering)

Hospitality Studies is an exciting field of study and of the few directions where a learner can enter a profession from school. Our learners are very popular at various tertiary education institutions because of their good basic training.

Learners are involved in the learning process through activities directed directly at their field of experience. A wide range of activities that test various skills and provide for self-evaluation are included in each unit, namely: Chef – not just to make food, but also the finer art to offer it attractively. Restaurant service – includes Maitre d’hotel, waiter, bartender and bar assistant. We boast a lovely restaurant, La Doraigne, where parents can get away for a delicious meal and socializing during practical dining. A particularly high standard is maintained here.

Art (Gr 8 – 12)

In Grades 8 and 9, Art is one of the components of Creative Arts. This involves a theoretical component (art history) and a practical component ie Drawing and Painting.

In Grades 10-12, learners take Visual Arts or Design as one of their seven subjects. In both of these subjects, the practical component involves at least 1 hour of homework per day.

Visual art

The practical component includes various disciplines such as painting, drawing, sculpture, as well as various hand skills. The theoretical component focuses on visual literacy and art history, including indigenous culture.

design

The practical component includes graphic design, information design, interior design, and other design disciplines. The theoretical component focuses on visual communication and the history of design.

Dramatic Arts (Gr 10 – 12) and Drama (Gr 8 & 9)

In Grades 8 & 9, Drama is one of the components of Creative Arts. In Grades 10-12 learners can consider Dramatic Arts as one of their subjects. It is not just for learners who want to be actors, but for everyone who chooses rights, theology, education or any other profession in which one works with people. It strengthens your confidence and your ability to express yourself in every situation. The subject consists of 50% theory, 50% practical and lots of fun.

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