Gr. 7

Code Achievement Description %
1 Not Achieved 0-29%
2 Elementary 30-39%
3 Moderate 40-49%
4 Adequate 50-59%
5 Substantial 60-69%
6 Meritorious 70-79%
7 Outstanding 80-100%
  • English / HL 50% (Level 4)
  • Mathematics 40% (Level 3)
  • Afrikaans / FAL 40% (Level 3)
  • 40% any other 2 subjects (Level 3)



  • 60% - All assessments of January to November
  • 40% - Examinations

This Calculation has a big influence on the final marks!!!

  • Afrikaans
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Natural Science
  • Technology
  • Life Orientation
  • Social Science
    • History
    • Geography
  • Creative Art
  • Economic and management Sciences
  • Stimulus Maksima
  • Assessments take place according to the revised CAPS document.
  • At the end of each term, reports are emailed to parents.
  • Only informal test series are written during Term 1 and 3.
  • Demarcations will be provided to the learners one week before the relevant test.
  • Formal exams are written during June and November.
  • Test rosters will be placed on the “D6 Connect” before the Assessment series starts.

Remedial Teaching (RT) is offered by our expert teachers every Monday to Thursday from 13: 35 to 14:15 directly after school. Learners are identified by assessing them against the Afrikaans, English and Mathematic outcomes. If the learners do not achieve the desired outcomes, they are provided with free assistance. Parents are expected to ensure that learners attend the classes conscientiously. It is the teachers' responsibility to ensure that learners achieve the outcomes with ease.


Grade Mathematics Afrikaans English
Gr 7 Me. Simone Subke Mev. Henriette Van Tonder Me. Hanli Olivier

At the beginning of each year, each learner receives a Bergland diary in which the events of the year are recorded. It is used to record homework and be checked by parents. Pupils are given homework daily. The aim is to offer learners the opportunity to independently practice already mastered work related to academic skills. It is also essential that the recording of learned skills must be intensified to cultivate a disciplined academic responsibility in learners. This includes tasks, projects or learning work. It is your responsibility as a parent to make sure this is done and checked.

Progress of learners can be discussed with teachers through organized parents' evenings (one per term). Parent evenings are there to solve problems and find solutions that can help your learner move forward and overcome any obstacles. It is your responsibility as a parent to attend parents’ evenings dutifully.