SUBJECTS

Maths

Up to 3 hours per week

The core mathematics syllabus at Edify is aligned with the requirements of uMalusi, the council under which both IEB and CAPS syllabi and examinations are situated. Edify offers robust core mathematics lessons which are differentiated according to each learner’s individual needs. This means that the teacher knows each child’s strengths and weaknesses, and adjusts his/her teaching in such a way that the child’s needs are central to the process.

The environment in the core math lessons at Edify is collaborative, encourages engagement with concepts and challenges each child on an individual level. Edify strives to ensure that every child must meet the end of each lesson having mastered at least one concept, which will position the child’s learning process on a positive trajectory towards a high level of mathematical proficiency.

  • Individual based learning
  • Highly qualified teachers
  • Positive Learning environment
  • Exam techniques

Sciences

Up to 3 hours per week

Our Edify Science department is an established school led by qualified science teachers. We cover both the IEB and CAPS syllabus. Our teaching assists with both the logical and calculation aspect of science as well as the reading comprehension of problems. Taking science as a subject increases a student’s problem-solving abilities, which aids with any STEM related field and broadens their future options.

  • Individual based learning
  • Highly qualified teachers
  • Positive Learning environment
  • Exam techniques

Afrikaans

Up to 3 hours per week

Afrikaans is not only a language but part of a culture. At Edify we focus on enhancing the learner’s vocabulary by playing vocabulary games and reading. The learners can only achieve a good understanding of Afrikaans when they have a good vocabulary of the language.  We also focus on perfecting language skills by doing examples and making sure they understand the rules. Other areas in Afrikaans like, summaries, communication and set work are also being taught. We do cover the IEB as well as CAPS syllabus.

The main focus of the Afrikaans is to make sure your child understands and enjoys the language. Our group of qualified teacher helps the learners see Afrikaans in a different way make sure that they feel comfortable with the language. The teachers also make sure that the learners are well prepared for exams and any test that will be written.

  • Individual based learning
  • Highly qualified teachers
  • Positive Learning environment
  • Exam techniques

Advanced Programme Maths

Up to 3 hours per week

Math at the advanced level is tailored to students who have a genuine passion for the subject. The subject is designed for students who enjoy and achieve excellent results in core Mathematics and want to challenge themselves further. An aspiring Advanced Programme Mathematics student must be able to apply mathematical concepts to unknown situations. A good grasp of mathematics is required along with the capability to make logical deductions.

The AP Maths syllabus is divided into sections: a compulsory calculus and Algebra course and then the student can choose from a list of the following courses:

  • Mathematical statistics
  • Finance and Modelling
  • Graph Theory and Matrices

Our team of qualified teachers and tutors at Edify help the students grasp these concepts and better their understanding.

  • Individual based learning
  • Highly qualified teachers
  • Positive Learning environment
  • Exam techniques

6th For Maths

Up to 3 hours per week

Edify’s Sixth form Mathematics school is an established school led by a group of qualified teachers. The school caters for both IGSCE, GCSE, AS and A level Mathematics curriculum. Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics is vital subject for the students who aspire to go into AS/A level Cambridge Mathematics. The IGSCE and GSCE also encourages the development of mathematical knowledge as a key life skill, and as a strong basis for more advanced study.
The AS/ A level Mathematics however, helps students develop a logical approach to problem-solving as well as their mathematical knowledge and skills. Our students usually take the pure mathematics and statistics route to complete their A level.

Our team of qualified teachers aim to build student’s confidence by helping them develop competence and fluency with mathematical concepts, methods and skills, as well as a feel for numbers, patterns and relationships. They also assist the students with a strong emphasis on solving problems and presenting and interpreting results.
The students are well prepared for tests and exams in our classes. In all these years, students have found the lessons extremely invaluable.

  • Individual based learning
  • Highly qualified teachers
  • Positive Learning environment
  • Exam techniques

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FAQ's

How does a student enrol at edify?

To enrol your child, you can fill in the enrolment form on the website (LINK) or you can download the enrolment form and forward the completed enrolment form to finance@edifymaths.com

How many lessons can my child attend per month?

Learners attend 2 lessons per week, which translates to 8-10 lessons per month depending on how the weeks fall into each month.

What is the class size and the student to teacher ratio at Edify?

Edify doesn’t do 1-1 lessons for two reasons. 

Firstly we find that the students are much more relaxed when they have other kids in the room with them. This translates to a better working environment, which in turn improves their marks to a bigger extent. 

Secondly Edify only employs highly qualified varsity graduates, who are experts in their respective fields of study. Due to our teachers being highly qualified with a wealth of experience they can easily assess where each child area of need lies. 

Group sizes at Edify differ according to age and subject, but will always range between 1:3 and 1:5.  

How will Edify communicate with me about my child’s progress?

Teachers at Edify provide a detailed monthly report on the progress of each learner to their parents via email. This is important to us because parents are active stakeholders in the process of learning and development of each learner. Parents can also contact the teacher if they have questions about the learners’ progress.

What makes Edify stand out from other schools?

Edify prides itself on its ability to provide differentiated learning to the individual learner. Every learner is met at their point of need according to their level of readiness for particular tasks. Teachers select tasks in a manner that is progressive and pushes each learner from their current level of cognitive ability to the next.

Are there online lessons for who live far or are unable to make it to face to face lessons?

Learners do have the option to attend either online lessons or face to face lessons. Our online lessons are aligned to our face-to-face lessons, are of great quality, using state of the art equipment to ensure a prime learning experience for learners.