Grade R-11

Home education with Brainline is a powerful tool that a learner may use to reach their full academic potential through taking control of their own academics.

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Get a report with passing marks at the end of the year, to progress to the next (where desired

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Flexible program

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Freedom to dictate the learning journey

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Easy to use and understandable program

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Off-the-shelf, independent study program

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Assess the student or child yourself

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Spend more time with your kids & build more intimate relationship with your child

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Have more time to pursue child’s talents and passions: Sport, cultural, music, art, community, etc.

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Social interaction and safe environment for your child

Programme breakdown

Payment options

Programme split into parts for purchase
Portfolio & examination

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Compliant assessment

Valid report at the end of the year

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Compiled easy-to-use

Printable express portfolio with self-mark tests and tasks

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Suggested book list and study material to use

ebooks also available via Brainline

Online proctoring

List on invigilators on Brainline website

A Word

From one of our students

“The format of the work is easily accessible and works well for a busy mom that has more than one kid in different grades. Appreciate that it does not take up all day! Kids actually understand the work much better than in the public sector and even mom does! Lower grades are much fun! THEIR FLEXIBILITY FOR SURE-no added pressures and unnecessary responsibilities to worry about-just enjoying life and education altogether! Don’t feel so pressured by them that it becomes a burden to study each day. Also that you are made well aware of your responsibilities but not getting breathed down your neck all day!”

Yolandi, Parent

Product options

Grade 4-6

CAPS-aligned
R9000/per year
  • Follow a structured learning programme, based on the CAPS requirements, in the comfort of your own home.
  • Comply with the legal requirements.
  • Need academic support and guidelines from Brainline throughout the year.
  • Complete scheduled tasks, tests and examinations.
  • Tests and examinations to be marked by experienced subject specialists.
  • Receive progress reports after each assessment cycle.
  • Obtain a valid academic record for your child’s future academic prospects.

Grade 7-9

Grade 10-11

Single subjects – R 4700

  • Fulfil the requirements to pass Grade 10 or 11 by completing less than 7 subjects.
  • Add one or more additional subjects to their existing academic portfolio.
  • Improve on marks previously obtained for a subject.
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