Intermediate Phase


Intermediate Phase

Grades 4, 5 & 6

Literacy, Language and Communication (LLC) (English/Afrikaans/Xhosa)

Mathematical Literacy, Mathematics and Methematical Science (MLMMS)

Human and Social Science and EConomics and Management Sciences (HHS/ EMS)

Natural Sciences and Techonology (NS/TECH)

Arts and Culture and Life Orientation (A & C / LO)

Senior Phase

Grade 7

Literacy, Language and Communication (LLC) (English/Afrikaans/Xhosa)


Economic and Management Science (EMS)

Life Orientation (LO)

Human and Social Science (HSS)

Natural Science (NS)

Arts and Culture (A & C)

Technology (TECH)


ICT has been an important component to Graeme College’s vision for the future of our learners. We have two fully equipped computer labs, each serving  a specific purpose in the school.

Rotary donated a fully functional N-computing lab that  is specifically being used for subjects. The subject teachers are able to allow the pupils to research subject matter on the internet or the pupils are able to create presentations and projects in the lab.

The recently updated main computer lab is being used for computer literacy and afternoon work. Pupils from grade R to matric make use of the lab and it is always controlled by a staff member. Pupils are able to research, complete projects and are assisted in ensuring that they use the computers safely and understand the dangers of social media.

Computer Literacy


Computer Literacy at Graeme College is considered an integral skill for all learners. In the ever-changing technological world which we live in, it is important that the learners leave school sufficiently equipped.


Computer Literacy is offered to all the learners from Grade R through to Grade 9. Thereafter, the learners have the choice to continue with Computer Applications Technology (CAT) from Grade 10 onwards.


Intermediate Phase:


The Intermediate Phase focuses on the use of the Microsoft Applications (e.g Word, Excel & Powerpoint), the use of the Internet and improving typing skills.

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