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Rotational attendance and early school closures reflect the impact the Covid-19 pandemic has had on the country's education system. Nicky Roberts from the University of Johannesburg breaks down what this means for the class of 2021.

 

 


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The Department of Basic Education has released the updated academic calendar for schools in South Africa for 2021, including new term dates. 


 

Over 150 matric exam markers from all over South Africa contracted the virus. The Free State, in particular, reported eight COVID-19 cases of exam markers.


With little more than two weeks of the Matric final exams left, an education expert has warned learners to keep the focus right to the end, because what lies ahead could still mean the difference between make or break.


University choices may feel like a distant priority for this year’s Matrics who are currently settling into the rhythm of their final year at school.


Many Matrics from the Class of 2018 currently find themselves in the fortunate position of having performed better than anticipated in their National Senior Certificate examination, achieving a Bachelor’s pass and qualifying for higher education access.


Education stakeholders in Limpopo’s Waterberg District have been urged to drive youth towards employment opportunities that are prevalent in the district.


With the holidays almost over and preliminary exams on the horizon, Grade 12s are on the cusp of entering one of the most stressful periods in their school careers. The relatively calm few weeks they still have ahead of them should therefore be used to plan their post-school options, which will free up their physical and emotional energy so that they can wholly focus on doing their best in their final exams.

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