Charlton Vos

New Learner information

New Learners

WELCOME TO ALL THE NEW ENROLLED LEARNERS AND PARENTS FOR 2020. IT IS THE START OF A BRAND NEW CHAPTER IN YOUR LIFE. THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING CHARLTON VOS COLLEGE.

Our School Fees Policy

A legible and comprehensive statement are printed and issued to all students on monthly basis. This statement indicates all debits and credits and parents/guardians must make sure to carefully read the statement and should they not agree with it, respond immediately in order to resolve all disputes without delay.

  • No cash accepted for school fees at our office, as this puts the school staff and learners at risk. Our security policy is one of our foremost priorities and should strictly be adhered to.
  • Strictly schools fees payments are allowed to be paid into the school’s bank account – no other payments
  • No cheques payments are accepted and penalty fee will be charged on cheques payments.

The following options can be used to pay the school fees

Bank InstitutionABSA Bank
Account HolderCharlton Vos College
Account Number4068317457

The leaner’s family code reference must be clearly indicated in the reference block, whereupon the accountant will work off the bank statement and allocate it to each individual account.

DEBIT ORDERS can be arranged with the bank and all proof of transaction must be sent to the college email account | fees@cvc.africa

The same applies as in Option 1, where the family code reference of a leaner must be clearly indicated or alternatively proof of such payment stays the responsibility of the parent/guardian. The proof of payment MUST be forwarded to the accountant at: fees@cvc.africa and must be followed up (since technical problems may occur).

Fees are payable in advance before the 3rd, of each month and for eleven (11) month of the academic year. This excludes re-registration (current students) or registration (new students). Interest will be charged on ALL overdue accounts and the school reserves the right to refuse or suspend the leaner’s attendance should their account be on arrears. Should it be necessary to hand over the account to legal action or collection, the parent/guardian will be liable for all legal and processes costs arising on an individual account.

School Fees Discount Structure

Charlton Vos College offers a discount for fees paid upfront.

Discount (Grade R to 11)

If the FULL amount is paid and reflect in our account BEFORE THE END OF JANUARY, you will qualify for a 10% DISCOUNT or; 

If the FULL amount is paid and reflect in our account BEFORE THE END OF FEBRUARY, you will qualify for a 7.5% DISCOUNT

Discount (Grade 12)

If the FULL amount is paid and reflect in our account before the end of February, you will qualify for a 7.5% DISCOUNT.
Terms and conditions do apply: The school will reverse the discount should the learner leave school before the specific academic year ends. Costs and transaction fees will be liable towards Charlton Vos College – as per signed agreement entered into between parents and Charlton Vos College.

The Registration Process For A New Learner.

The following documents MUST be submitted with the application form.

A legible and comprehensive statement are printed and issued to all students on monthly basis. This statement indicates all debits and credits and parents/guardians must make sure to carefully read the statement and should they not agree with it, respond immediately in order to resolve all disputes without delay.

  • No cash accepted for school fees at our office, as this puts the school staff and learners at risk. Our security policy is one of our foremost priorities and should strictly be adhered to.
  • Strictly schools fees payments are allowed to be paid into the school’s bank account – no other payments
  • No cheques payments are accepted and penalty fee will be charged on cheques payments.

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.

Phase Grade Age Group
Pre-School Gr RR Not younger than 4 | Not older than 6 years old.
Gr R Not younger than 5 | Not older than 7 years old.
Foundation Phase Gr 1 Not younger than 6 | Not older than 8 years old.
Gr 2 Not younger than 7 | Not older than 9 years old.
Gr 3 Not younger than 8 | Not older than 10 years old.
Intermediate Phase
(Senior Primary Phase)
Gr 4 Not younger than 9 | Not older than 11 years old.
Gr 5 Not younger than 10 | Not older than 12 years old.
Gr 6 Not younger than 11 | Not older than 13 years old.
Intermediate Phase
(Senior Primary Phase)
Gr 7 Not younger than 12 | Not older than 14 years old.
Gr 8 Not younger than 13 | Not older than 15 years old.
Gr 9 Not younger than 14 | Not older than 16 years old.
Further Education Phase Gr 10 Not younger than 15 | Not older than 17 years old.
Gr 11 Not younger than 16 | Not older than 18 years old.
Gr 12 Not younger than 17 | Not older than 19 years old.

Our School Our Uniforms

General Uniform Rules

  • No buttons are allowed to be missing on shirts or blazer.

  • A blazer must be worn over a jersey or pull overs.

  • All learners MUST dress appropriately during civvies days.

  • No leaner will be allowed to participate in any event, without the correct uniform.

  • Learners may wear a vest underneath their winter uniform – but ONLY white vests.

Where To Buy The School Uniform

Silver Cross Schoolwear
248 Eeufees street, Pretoria North.

Refer to school diary for more information on the school uniform.

THE MEDIUM OF TUITION IS ENGLISH

English is offered on Home Language level, and Afrikaans on First Additional language level.
All correspondence with parents and students will be in English.