Applications now open for grade 0, 1 and 8

Public notice

05 August 2020 | Education

Walvis Bay

The regional directorate of education announced that application forms for pre-primary, grade 1 and grade 8 learners for 2021 will become available on 6 August 2020.

Regional director Enfriede Stephanus announced that the forms can be acquired from the respective schools in Walvis Bay, Swakopmund, Arandis and Henties Bay.

“The forms will be available from 6 to 20 August 2020. Parents of pre-primary learners must remember that the learner must turn 6 in 2021. The learner should have been born in 2015.”

A learner applying for grade 1 must turn 7 in 2021 (born in 2014).

“For the grade 8s, the December 2019 grade 6 report of current grade 7 learners is needed. Additionally, a confirmation letter stating that the learner is enrolled at the school (current grade 7 school in 2020) needs to be attached.”

The documents needed are certified copies of the learner’s full birth certificate, two passport photos and certified copies of the ID of the parent or guardian. “Parents and guardians should adhere to World Health Organisation health protocols, which include social distancing and wearing of masks during the application process,” Stephanus said.

Enquiries for Walvis Bay can be made at the local circuit office schools at 064 - 200 218; at the Swakopmund circuit office schools which includes Kamwandi Combined School 064 - 41569) and at the school in Arandis at 064 - 415 469.

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