Further Education and Training Phase

Promotion Requirements

University Pass (1)
English: 50%
Afrikaans: 50%
Maths: 50%
Any other subject: 50%
Any other two subjects: 30%
University Pass (2)
English: 40%
Afrikaans: 50%
Maths: 50%
Any other two subjects: 50%
Any other subject: 30%
Diploma Pass
English: 40%
Afrikaans: 40%
Maths: 40%
Any other subject: 40%
Any other two subjects: 30%
National Senior Certificate
English: 40%
Afrikaans: 40%
Maths: 40%
Any other three subjects: 30%

The Further Education and Training Phase from grades 10 -12 currently offers 13 subjects comprising of the four compulsory subjects; English Home Language, Afrikaans First Additional Language, Mathematics or  Mathematical Literacy and Life Orientation along with the subject choices of Accounting, Business Studies, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, History, Geography, Computer Applications Technology and Information Technology.

The Senior Matric Certificate is a three year qualification and all subjects offered are fully CAPS compliant and in line with departmental regulations. The academic achievement in this phase is well known and boasts not only 100% Matric pass rate, but a wider achievement of an incredibly successful percentage of our learners able to study further at tertiary institutions.

Currently this figure of learners qualifying to study higher education (traditionally labelled University entrance) has never been below 78% and remains the cornerstone of all our academic endeavours. We remain committed to a holistic approach of ensuring that all learners are exposed to Olympiads, debating, trips and tours to immerse them in experiences that will prepare them for the world of further study or work.

The Dux learner in grade 12 has been awarded a bursary from the University of Pretoria for the last four years and is an indication of our growing reputation nationally. Fields College FET phase is committed to building on the success of the previous phases and producing in partnership with parents, young men and women ready to take their place in society.