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Maths

Mathematics (from Greek: μάθημα, máthēma, 'knowledge, study, learning') includes the study of such topics as quantity (number theory), structure (algebra), space (geometry), and change (mathematical analysis). - Wikipedia

The teaching and learning of Mathematics aims to develop a critical awareness of how mathematical relationships are used in social, environmental, cultural and economic relations.

Mathematics is a language that makes use of symbols and notations to describe numerical, geometric and graphical relationships. It is a human activity that involves observing, representing and investigating patterns and quantitative relationships in physical and social phenomena and between mathematical objects themselves. It helps to develop mental processes that enhance logical and critical thinking, accuracy and problem-solving that will contribute in decision-making

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Physical Sciences

The subject Physical Sciences focuses on investigating physical and chemical phenomena through scientific inquiry- www.education.gov.za

The Physical Sciences plays an increasingly important role in the lives of all South Africans due to its influence on scientific and technological development, which underpins our country’s economic growth and the social well-being of our community. It underpins many of the technologies that we take for granted – the homes we live in, the food we eat, the clothes we wear, the materials we use, medical diagnosis and treatment, computers and other information technologies.

The subject Physical Sciences focuses on investigating physical and chemical phenomena through scientific inquiry. By applying scientific models, theories and laws it seeks to explain and predict events in our physical environment. This subject also deals with society’s desire to understand how the physical environment works, how to benefit from it and how to care for it responsibly.

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Life Sciences

Life Sciences is the scientific study of living things. It involves many levels of investiagtion: from the study of the interactions of organic molecules to the interactions of animals and plants with their environment. - www.siyavula.com

Life Sciences is the scientific study of living things. It involves many levels of investiagtion: from the study of the interactions of organic molecules to the interactions of animals and plants with their environment.

Here are some reasons to study Life Sciences: To increase knowledge of key biological concepts, processes, systems and theories. Acquire new knowledge: your knowledge of the Life Sciences will grow this year as you acquire a new understanding of Life Sciences concepts, processes, phenomena, mechanisms, principles, theories, laws and models. You will see new connections between fields and topics, and learn to evaluate and analyse what you learn.

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Accounting

Accounting focuses on measuring performance, and processing and communicating financial information about economic sectors. - www.education.gov.za

This discipline ensures that ethical behaviour, transparency and accountability are adhered to. It deals with the logical, systematic and accurate selection and recording of financial information and transactions, as well as the compilation, analysis and interpretation of financial statements and managerial reports for use by interested parties.

The subject Accounting develops learners’ knowledge, skills, values, attitudes and ability to make meaningful and informed personal and collaborative financial decisions in economic and social environments. By engaging in Accounting, learners will be able to: Collect, select, record and/or capture, analyse and interpret financial and other relevant data in order to make informed decisions. etc

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