Your child will receive the materials required to complete each subject, including (where applicable):
- Study guides and selected workbooks.
- Prescribed work.
- DVDs and CDs/electronic downloads with useful videos and content.
You will receive the materials and support required to facilitate your child’s learning, including:
- Comprehensive facilitator guides that contain a subject plan and suggested timetable, as well as lesson guidance and explanations.
- Access to a centralised team of education specialists, online support groups, and supplementary subject materials (available at an additional fee).
You will receive all the formal assessment components required to evaluate your child, including:
- Portfolio books (tests and assignments).
- All formal assessment elements including tests, assignments, examinations and memorandums available electronically.
- Access to our online portal, my.impaq, to capture marks, generate reports and monitor your child’s progress.
- Access to assessment services, such as marking and portfolio management in Grade 10 – 12. Note that Impaq marks all Grade 11 Examinations and all Grade 12
- assessments, and that a valid South African identity document or South African study permit is required for all Grade 10 – 12 learners.
- Easy-to-use online registration process and simplified account management (tracking applications, finance queries) as well as training to use this functionality.
- Access to our large national network of tutors to supplement the learning provided at home.
- Administration and facilitation of FET learners (Grade 10 – 12) with the independent examination board, SACAI, and exam centre management for Grade 12 candidates.
- Grade 10 – 12 learners have the option to register for up to two additional subjects within policy requirements.
Impaq offers the Academic (General) pathway in the FET Phase, which comprises Grade 10 to 12.This pathway requires the completion of seven subjects, of which four are compulsory and three electives.
Subjects offered in the FET Phase include:
Two compulsory language subjects:
- At least one home language
- A second language at home language or first additional language level
- Mathematical Literacy
Refer to the Critical enrolment information for statutory subject rules
- Agricultural Management Practices.
- Agricultural Sciences.
- Business Studies.
- Computer Applications Technology.
- Consumer Studies.
- Dramatic Arts (Only available in English for Grade 10 and Grade 11).
- Engineering Graphics and Design.
- Hospitality Studies.
- Information Technology (Only available in English for Grade 10 and Grade 11).
- Life Sciences.
- Physical Sciences.
- Religion Studies (Only available for Grade 11 and Grade 12)
- Visual Arts.
QualificationAfter the successful completion of Grade 12, Impaq candidates will receive the National Senior Certificate (NSC).
Grade 10 – 12 pass requirements
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The school-based assessments (SBAs) and Practical Assessment Tasks (PATs) must be submitted for all seven subjects.