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We are very proud of our first Matric class who received an 86% pass rate in the IEB Matric Exams. We wish them well in their future endeavours and thank them for the contribution they made to Kitsong in their 3 short years with us.
There will be a parents’ meeting for all parents, excluding the new parents who will meet on Saturday 19 January. It is essential that all parents attend this meeting.
All new Kitsong parents, in any grade, are invited to a meeting on Saturday 19 January 2019 at 09:00. The meeting will provide an opportunity to be addressed by the Principal, Mr Krige, and meet the teachers and other new parents. It will also be an opportunity to find out more about the philosophy behind Kitsong and ask any questions you may have.
We look forward to meeting our new parents.
Please follow the link below to find the June exam timetable. School still begins at 07:30 and the first exam session will begin at 08:00.
Nov 2018 exam timetable
Please see the attached policy in .pdf format.2.2.6 Excursions Policy
On Monday 22 October Kitsong hosted our first Blood drive. The South African National Blood Services (SANBS) set up a clinic and students over the age of 16 and staff were given the opportunity to donate. There was a lot of interest and a good number of students and teachers donated. Donating blood is one of the ways our senior students are able to serve the community.
We look forward to our next blood clinic which will be held in the first term of 2019.
The final term of Grade 11 is the beginning of your child’s Matric year. As the Matric Class of 2018 begins writing the final exams, so we focus on the Class of 2019 and begin preparing them for Matric. For this reason, you are invited to a Parents’ meeting to be held on Tuesday 30 October at 16:00 in the Kitsong Hall.
It is essential that all students attend as well as as many parents as possible. Subject teachers will address portfolios, practical exams, oral moderation, PATs and CATs. It will be an opportunity to explain the Independent Examination Board (IEB) and the level of commitment that is necessary if your child is to be successful in their final year at school.
We will explain the application process for tertiary institutions briefly as well as the Admission Points Score (APS) to help you make informed decisions about your child’s future.
The aim of the meeting is to discuss Matric in general and not to discuss individual students or have private meetings with teachers. You are welcome to phone and arrange a time to meet teachers during the term to discuss your concerns individually.