The Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS) is the National Curriculum that is taught in most schools across South Africa. CAPS is not a new curriculum, it is an amendment to the National Curriculum Statement.
CambriLearn CAPS is a SACAI accredited online school that is fully compliant with the South African national curriculum, providing a personalised education that is completely supported by qualified teachers.
Whether you are a full-time homeschooler or you are looking to support your studies while enrolled in a traditional school, CambriLearn CAPS provides personalised support for each student to successfully achieve their National School Certificate.
Some of the core benefits of the CAPS Curriculum
Empowers parents to nurture their child’s unique talents.
Promotes success through critical thinking and problem-solving.
Solidifies an ethos of self-directed, independent knowledge-building.
Adaptable to individual home education requirements.
Benefits of CambriLearn's Online Schooling Platform
Online Learning Content
Access detailed course outlines, multi-sensory videos and interactive lessons available 24/7 on mobile, laptop, tablet and PC.
A Proven History
The team at CambriLearn have delivered education online for more than a decade, so we know what works. Our CAPS offering builds on our legacy of expertise.
CambriLearn's Online Schooling platform is accredited with SACAI, South Africa's Comprehensive Assessment Institute.
CambriLearn CAPS Curriculum School
CambriLearn will take you through your whole schooling career, from Learning to Read and Write, all the way to completing your Matric.
Learning to Read and Write
Foundation Phase (Grades 1-3)
Intermediate Phase (Grades 4-6)
Senior Phase (Grades 7-9)
FET Phase (Grades 10-11)
Grade 12 and Amended Senior Certificate coming in 2024
Online Primary School
Online High School
Important notes for parents and guardians
Your children must complete all assignments/tests/exams for a comprehensive portfolio of work. If your child is learning with the help of a tutor, the tutor must ensure that when your children returns to a mainstream school, they retain their portfolio to present.
For Grades 10–12, we comply completely with the recognised requirements for formal assessments that form the basis for school-based assessment marks required to pass.
You must register your children for a complete grade.
If you plan to homeschool your children, you should register with the Provincial Education Department (PED) and follow the conditions the Department of Basic Education sets.