GRADES 1 - 3
These grades include four compulsory subjects:
- At least one home language (English or Afrikaans)
- A First Additional Language (we offer English,Afrikaans, and/or isiZulu)
- Life Skills
Assessments in the Foundation Phase Grades 1 - 3
- Structured portfolio book with all the formal assessments and related assessment guides.
- Memorandums that give sufficient guidelines on how to mark the formal assessments.
- Access to our online portal, my.impaq, to capture marks, generate reports, and monitor your child’s progress.
- Sending the formal worksheets to Impaq. We will mark the assessments for you. Do note that you will still have to do the oral tasks with your child as Impaq does not mark oral tasks in the Foundation Phase.
- Asking a qualified teacher or tutor to assist. Impaq supports a large network of independent tutors that make use of Impaq’s products and services. They can support you with administrative and educational tasks. See a list of tutors here.
All prices indicated below are per child per year.
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What do I need to register?
Grade 1 – 3
- Birth certificate/identity documents for the learner, parent, and account holder.
- A computer or laptop with internet access and a reliable email address.
- Upon registering, the parent confirms their child’s readiness and compliance with the requirements of the previous grade*.
Grade 1 – 3
- Ask a qualified teacher/tutor to assist.
- Send the assessments to Impaq and Impaq will mark the assessments for the parent. Parents, however, still need to assess their child’s oral tasks as Impaq does not mark oral tasks in Grades 1 to 9.
Requirements of homeschooling and how Impaq will assist you through the process.
Parents should register their children for home education with their Provincial Education Department (PED).
Parents need to compile a portfolio of evidence (containing the activities and assessments) for every child.
Parents must provide the PED with feedback on the learner’s progress. Progress must be assessed by qualified teachers registered with the South African Council of Educators (SACE).
Parents can follow any curriculum that meets the minimum outcomes as set out in the national curriculum.
Parents are responsible for the education of their children. Tutorial or other educational support may be enlisted as needed.
Learners in the FET Phase (Grades 10 to 12) must be registered with an assessment body.
What Impaq offers
Impaq assists with information on the necessary steps to follow to register with the PED.
Our offering includes portfolio activities that assist parents in building a portfolio of evidence for every child.
Impaq provides parents with progress reports, which could be provided to the PED at the end of every phase. We make use of qualified teachers as per the policy requirements to develop all our assessments. For quality purposes, assessments can also be sent to Impaq for marking.
Registration with Impaq ensures that learners follow the national CAPS-aligned curriculum.
Impaq equips parents with all the materials needed to be the primary educator. Supporting tutorial services are subject to the restrictions contained in the policy.
Assessment bodies do not register independent candidates. FET learners, therefore, must register with a curriculum provider, who is registered with an assessment body. Impaq is registered with SACAI, which ensures the credibility of the NSC.