Our curriculum is based on the National Curriculum (CAPS) with a clear understanding of the need to integrate biblical truth into all we teach and do. Life and Faith Studies, Arts and Culture Education (Including Class Music), Design and Technology, Physical Education, IT, Robotics and Coding together with relevant remedial tuition form part of the Harvest experience. We consider the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values and attitudes an important part of the education process.
Literacy (English and Afrikaans)
Robotics and Coding
Social Sciences (History and Geography)
Economic and Management Sciences (Grade 7 only)
Life and Faith Studies
Design and Technology
Arts and Culture (Class Music and Art)
Learning support is provided through regular academic reviews where areas of concern and academic gaps are identified. Referral to the necessary professional therapists takes place through the Remedial Department.
Individual and small-group lessons are offered in piano, keyboard, recorder, guitar (bass, classical and light accompaniment), violin, flute, saxophone, voice and drums. As proficiency grows, students may join the junior music ensemble. The choir’s focus is on music relevant to the age and skill of the students. They are also prepared for music examinations and take part in various eisteddfods. Extra opportunities for performance are afforded by various internal and external concerts and events throughout the year.
You can download the Music Application Form by clicking the download option to the right of this page.
Computer classes equip students with the necessary skills to function in today’s technological world by means of a curriculum designed to take them beyond basic computer literacy. This serves as a foundation for the work taught in the High School. Robotics and Coding form part of the IT syllabus from Grade R to Grade 4. Coding continues from grade 5 -7.
Grades 4-7 students engage in this very resourceful learning area through investigating, designing, creating, evaluating and communicating. They are also taught to understand and apply their technological knowledge ethically and responsibly. The inter-relationship between science, technology, society and the environment is also emphasised.
Feel free to download the 2022 Application for Music Tuition Form below. This tuition covers a wide range of instruments.
Please complete the form and return to the Head of Music, Matthew Duncombe. Application forms are also available from School Reception. Contact Matthew on email: email@example.com or 041 581 2007