The learning areas covered are English, Afrikaans (first additional language), Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Life Orientation, Technology, Arts and Culture and Economic and Social Sciences.
A learner must be able to communicate confidently in spoken language and use language to think, reason , access and process information for learning.
The five learning outcomes for mathematics deal with the following:
recognise, describe and represent numbers, count, estimate, calculate and check with competence and confidence in solving problems.
NATURAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY:
A learner learns to act confidently on curiosity about natural phenomena and how to apply scientific knowledge.
The learners enquiry skills and geographical understanding is developed.
Informs learners about personal, community and environmental health, as well as constitutional rights and responsibilities.