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Kabelo Mashapa

Tribute to an earthly angel, now home amongst heavens angels

Receiving the devastating news of Kabelo’s passing, left us with such sadness. A brilliant, talented young man. A loving, dedicated husband and father, a loyal, hardworking, devoted teacher and a steadfast son of God, Kabelo lived everyday as an example and all those who came to know him just loved him from the start. A caring man, passionate about teaching, living for his loved ones and students. We had such big dreams and goals for you, but we find peace that you were called for something higher, where you can roam amongst the angels. You will always have a special place in our hearts, and the footprints you left behind will always be remembered and treasured. Rest in peace our dearest Kabelo!
Mrs Vos, directors, management and staff Charlton Vos College

Welcome To

Charlton Vos

College of Education

Charlton Vos | Who We Are...

Charlton Vos College of Education is an independent school registered at the Department of Education. Registration number 8241795

Situated in a safe and tranquil environment, the school is based on Christian Principals. Dedicated and skilled educators commit themselves to offer an exceptional standard of Education to ensure that learners strive to the best of their abilities and beyond. Our educators are committed to educating our students to become responsible and successful members of the society. Meaningful education does not only focus on academic achievements, but also nurtures the unique potential of each young adult on his or her life path..

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What We Teach

  • Accountability and initiative

  • Ability to communicate with confidence

  • Ability to develop and sustain meaningful relationships, to work within a group and to be an effective team player

  • Cultural awareness and tolerance with respect to religion, politics and gender

  • Ability to take responsibility for one’s own physical and mental well being

  • Ability to use science and technology responsibly and effectively and sensitivity towards and appreciation of the environment

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NEWSLETTER 10 | TERM 2 – 2021

Good day to all parents PHASING IN OF ALL GRADES: GRADEDATE ALL LEARNERS OF GRADE WILL BE RETURNING TO SCHOOLGrade 12Already back at schoolGrade 1115 April 2021 – Already back at schoolGrade 3, 4, 7 and 1021 April 2021 – Already back at schoolGrade 2, 6 and 93 May 2021 – Already back at schoolGrade…

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NEWSLETTER 9 | TERM 2 – 2021

Good day to all parents PHASING IN OF ALL GRADES: After careful consideration and planning we have decided to phase back the grades so that all learners will be attending every day. All protocols, health and safety regulations will still be followed every day. GRADE DATE ALL LEARNERS OF GRADE WILL BE RETURNING TO SCHOOL…

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NEWSLETTER 8 | TERM 2 – 2021

Good day to all parents Welcome back to all teachers and learners.   We hope and trust that you all had a wonderful time and are ready for the new term. It is with great sadness that we have to announce the passing of Bongi Tshabalala in grade 9A.  She was an exceptional student.  Our deepest…

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NEWSLETTER 7 | TERM 1 – 2021

Good day to all parents TERM TESTS:All grades are almost finished with the term 1 test series.  Most will complete the series next week. SCHOOL HOLIDAY: 31 March School closes at 12h00 Own transport must make the necessary arrangements that learners are picked up before 12h15. 13 April School re-opens for term 2 The office…

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NEWSLETTER 6 | TERM 1 – 2021

Good day to all parents TERM TESTS:All grades are now busy with tests for this term.  We do ask that you make sure that your child is thoroughly prepared for every test.  It is of utmost importance that every learner put effort into their studies. SCHOOL UNIFORM:Thank you to all the parents and learners for…

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NEWSLETTER 5 | TERM 1 – 2021

Good day to all parents GRADE 12 RESULTS FOR 2020: We are very proud to announce that our school had once again achieved a 100% pass rate for our 2020 Grade 12 group.  We had Bachelors pass rate of 65,4%.  We are again the best school in our Circuit in the District.  We have now…

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NEWSLETTER 4 | TERM 1 – 2021

Good day to all parents Time is flying and it is end of February. GRADE 12 RESULTS FOR 2020: Charlton Vos did it again!!!!!  We had a 100% pass rate again.  65,4% bachelors degrees.  We are also NUMBER 1 IN OUR DISTRICT!!!!! We are very proud of all the learners and teachers that spend many…

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NEWSLETTER 3 | TERM 1 – 2021

Good day to all parents Hope and trust that you also had a blessed week!  We are busy and on schedule with all our work.  We are very proud to say that all our learners are doing their best and are working hard every day. PHOTO DAYS: GRADE DATE   Grade RR & R Grade…

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NEWSLETTER 2 | TERM 1 – 2021

Good day to all parents We are so blessed and therefore we would like to give thanks to our Mighty Lord, Jesus Christ, and all the parents for the excellent manner in which all learners were dropped off or picked up at school and at the bus stops.  All learners are now at school and…

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NEWSLETTER 31 | TERM 4 – 2020

Good day The year has come to an end very quickly.  This will be the last letter for 2020. COMPULSORY MASKS: It will be holiday time soon and we know that there will be some parents that will be going on holiday and others that will spend the holiday time at home.  But it is…

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New Learners | Admission Policy

Charlton Vos College of Education is a non-racial, non-denominational, bilingual institution that caters for learners irrespective of race, colour or creed.

The medium of instruction is English, with Afrikaans as an additional language. Every family applying for admission at Charlton Vos College shall be given an equal opportunity, irrespective of gender, race or cultural background.


Admission to the college will be conditional upon the following; The leaner meets the minimum academic standard of the grade being applied for. A placement assessment appropriate for the Grade may be administered by the Colleges staff to determine the leaner’s academic profile.

That the leaner and parents agree and able and abide by the college’s code of conduct. The parents have fully completed and signed the Parent Contact and returned it to the College.