Qualified subject specialist teachers provide individual attention, getting to know their students and working with them to achieve the best results possible in a range of academic subjects. There is a constant conversation between teacher, student and parent/guardian about the direction and level of learning that is taking place.
All learning materials will be custom created by experienced Waterfall Online teachers who will collaborate with Waterfall Schools campus teachers to provide quality learning and assessment materials.
Teachers will use appropriate online learning programmes, delivered through google classroom.
Being an online student should, ultimately, mean that you will be more connected than ever, that you are learning to use technology in a responsible and creative way to enter the workplace with the experience and skills that will allow you to make a success of whatever career you choose to follow.
In 2021, Waterfall Online will offer classes for Grades 6 to 10.
The CAPS curriculum is followed to prepare students to write the NSC IEB Matric.
Grades 6 – 9:
English, Afrikaans or isiZulu, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Economic and Management Sciences, Technology, Arts and Culture and Life Orientation.
English, Afrikaans or isiZulu, Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy, Life Orientation, Physical Sciences, Life Sciences, History, Geography and Business Studies.
Community and personal development
Fun Fridays are not to be missed! Students will have the opportunity to interact and communicate with peers within the school and across the online learning community.
Study and leadership skills courses will be offered, as well as spiritual support and counselling, and the chance to connect with experts in your chosen creative hobby areas. Listen to guest speakers and participate in webinars and online debates. Join a coding class or participate in community online science research.
If you live close enough to the campus you will have the opportunity to participate in HOPE Outreach activities.
An extra-mural programme will be developed according to demand, with plans to connect and collaborate with students around the world, helping to develop a global mindset.