Cape Town – With less than a week before Western Cape schools re-open for the 2023 academic year, parents, educators and the Western Cape Education Department (WCED) are frenziedly rushing to find placement for some learners, with many schools already filled to the brim and more late applications expected.
WCED spokesperson Bronagh Hammond said teachers and school-based staff would be returning to schools on Monday, where they would finalise timetable schedules, class lists and curriculum plans for the week ahead.
Learners would be returning on Wednesday, January 18.
On January 19, the national and provincial National Senior Certificate (NSC) results would be made available, and learners…
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