Frequently Asked Questions
How do combined classes work?
Combined classes are uniquely designed to create a learning environment that is grade-appropriate. The teacher will engage with the appropriate age group on specific subject matter while the other learners will work independently. This rotation will take place allowing the teacher to engage with each of the learners appropriately.
In the higher grades subject matter is combined and rotated over a two-year cycle to complete the syllabus. It would be useful to add that the size of the classroom allows for great individual focus on the learners to ensure they complete the syllabus to the best of their ability.
What sets Catholic education apart from any other education?
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