Woza Matrics Offers New Platforms For Better Learning
The Woza Matrics 2021 Catch Up Campaign is a remote learning support programme aimed at the Class of 2021 matriculants. It seeks to provide catch up on curriculum learning, Grade 11 and matric revision, as well as exam preparation. It is brought to you by the Department of Basic Education (DBE), in partnership with the National Education Collaboration Trust (NECT) and the Education Training and Development Practices SETA (ETDP SETA).
Exams are never fun but for the class of 2020 and 2021 it hasn’t been easy. Your schooling has been disrupted and many of you are struggling with stress and hardships at home. WOZA Matrics is here to help you. They have a wide variety of resources that you can use to prepare for your exams.
WOZA Matrics is a programme designed to help matrics catch up on their studies and to assist Matrics nationwide with learning materials and study tools via classes broadcast on TV channels, online platforms and radio.
Every student deserves a chance at success.
To find out all the resourses Woza Matrics offers matric learners, click here.
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