SUMMERWOOD PRIMARY SCHOOL GRADE 2
This is an overview of subjects taught in Grade 2. Grade heads, class teachers and subject teachers are included:
The key outcome(s) for each subject are listed.
Some subjects focus on learning areas, while other subjects focus on topics.
Ms M. Swanevelder
Gr 2A: Me M. Swanevelder
Gr 2E1: Ms S. Farr
Gr 2E2: Ms A. Humphreys
Gr 2e (Mrs Z. Mattheus)
ICT- Ms B. Jonson
Performing arts- Mrs McKay
isiXhosa – Ms Robyn Parker
Speech – Ms Gwenyth Webber
VISION FOR ALL SUBJECTS
To ensure that each learner is supported as they develop the skills and knowledge they require to become well-rounded individuals.
To provide quality education using different media, resources, and methods to ensure that the learners are engaged at Summerwood.
We ensure that the following aspects are taught and reinforced:
Number, Operations and Relationships, Patterns, Shape and space, Data Handling, and Measurement
Home Language (HL) – consists of Listening and Speaking, Reading and Phonics, and Writing and Handwriting. Thinking and Reasoning. Language Structures and Use are integrated into all four language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing). Language is used across the curriculum in all oral work, reading and writing. Many of the Listening and Speaking Language skills will be developed within Mathematics and Life Skills.
First Additional Language (FAL) – consists of Luister en Praat/Listening and Speaking, Skryf and Lees/Writing and Reading.
Life Skills comprise:
Physical Education, Drama, Creative Arts
Summary of formal and continuous assessment including progression and retention:
Formal and continuous assessment is recorded on class lists and mark schedules. Both formal and continuous assessment is marked according to the rating scale.
Level 7: Outstanding Achievement
Level 6 : Meritorious Achievement
Level 5: Substantial Achievement
Level 4: Adequate Achievement
Level 3: Moderate Achievement
Level 2: Elementary Achievement
Level 1: Not Achieved
The School-Based Assessment mark as determined during the school year constitutes 100% of the total mark.
Progression and Promotion
Progression from grade to grade through this phase within the appropriate age cohort should be the accepted norm, unless the learner displays a lack of competence to cope with the following grade’s work.
A learner, who is not ready to perform at the next level, should be assessed to determine the level of support required.
With regards to retention, parents are informed that their child is not meeting the minimum requirements. Regular meetings are held with radar learners’ parents.
Grade discusses intervention strategies. Documentation is filled in for retention of learners.
The following are guidelines to determine whether a learner should be permitted to progress from Grade 1 to 2 and from Grade 2 to 3 in the Foundation Phase:
(a) Adequate Achievement (Level 4) (50%-59%) in one official language at Home Language level
(b) Moderate Achievement (Level 3) (40%-49%) in the second required official language at First Additional Language level
(c) Moderate Achievement (Level 3) (40%-49%) in Mathematics
MISSION FOR LEARNERS IN ALL SUBJECTS
Work effectively as individuals and with others as members of a team.
Organise and manage themselves and their activities responsibly and effectively.
Communicate effectively using visual, symbolic and/or language skills in various modes;