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Embury College: Bachelor of Education in Foundation Phase Teaching

The STADIO Bachelor of Education in Foundation Phase Teaching is a formal qualification aimed at people who want to work with young children in the Foundation Phase of a school, from Grade R to Grade 3.

The Foundation Phase is the first phase of formal schooling in South Africa, and is very important in establishing the basis on which learners will grow in formal schooling. Learners who do well in the Foundation Phase, in general, will do well in later phases.

The Bachelor of Education in Foundation Phase Teaching will enable you to promote the child’s social, physical, intellectual and emotional development. It is your care, oversight and attention to detail that will help young children grow to their full potential.

Subject Requirements

If you obtained your matric from 2008 onwards:

  • a National Senior Certificate (NSC) with
    • a minimum of 50% in four 20-credit subjects
    • a minimum of 50% for English Home Language or a minimum of 60% for English First Additional Language
    • a minimum of 50% in Mathematical Literacy or a minimum of 40% in Mathematics
    • 25 APS points (excluding Life Orientation)
  • a National Senior Certificate – Vocational Level 4 (NC(V)) with a minimum of 60% in three fundamental subjects including English and Mathematics; and a minimum of 70% in four vocational subjects
  • If you obtained your matric before 2008:
    • a Senior Certificate (SC) with degree endorsement and a minimum of 50% (D) in English OR
    • the STADIO Higher Certificate in Pre-School Education (NQF 5) OR
  • the STADIO Diploma in Grade R Teaching (NQF 6) OR • a Higher Certificate (NQF 5), Advanced Certificate (NQF 6) or Diploma (NQF 6) in the field of:
    • Education;
    • Early Childhood Development N4-N6 (National N Diploma); or
    • Adult Basic Education (ABET Level 5)

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