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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COVID-19 Back To School
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Good day to all parents There has been many changes over the past few days concerning education. We as Charlton Vos are up to date with all our work. All grades are working very hard to make sure that we do all work that must be done for the specific year. We would like to…Read More
Good day to all parents DISASTER MANAGEMENT ACT, 2002: “A school must send out a notice to all parents informing them that they must not send learners to school if the learners have any of the observable symptoms associated with COVID-19, including fever, cough, sore throat, redness of eyes and shortness of breath or difficulty…Read More
Good day to all parents This week the last 4 grades also returned and the learners were just as glad as the teachers to see each other again. We know that all our learners will quickly adapt to the “NEW NORMAL” here at Charlton Vos. We put the safety of our learners first and did…Read More
Good day to all parents We have opened for grade 7 and 12 on the 1st of June 2020. We were so proud of all these learners obeying the rules and really put in effort make sure they are up to date with all work. The first 2 weeks went extremely well and all went…Read More
Good day Welcome back after a very long lockdown period. But it all was necessary to help contain the spread of the virus in the beginning. We all need to adjust to the “new normal” way of living and working. But we as South Africans have once again showed the world that we can stand…Read More
Good day to all parents We hope and trust that you are your family are doing fine, and that you are all healthy. We have send out several sms messages to inform you about the online classes and the work and lessons posted on the website under Education. We have tried to make it as…Read More
Good day SCHOOL FEES: Thank you for the parents that already brought their account up to date after receiving their statements. If your fees are not yet paid, please do so immediately. Remember that April 2020’s school fees must be paid by the 3rd of April 2020. SOCIAL WORKER AND THERAPISTS: We now have the service…Read More
Good day SCHOOL PHOTO: We hope and trust that everyone made use of this opportunity to order photos of his/her child/ren on or before the 4th of March. SCHOOL FEES: All learners did receive an account last week. Make sure that your child’s school fees are paid up to date, to avoid interest and legal action.…Read More
Good day SCHOOL PHOTO: All learners will be receiving an order form for the photos on Friday 21 February 2020. Make sure you complete it in full and send the correct amount of money in an envelope to school. Last orders will be taken in on 4th of March 2020. BOTANICAL GARDENS – GRADE 10 LIFE…Read More
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.