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2 IMPORTANT DATES 2020 DATE ACTIVITY TIME 14 Januay 2020 Grade 8 learners report in the school hall. Grade 8-learners receive textbooks. The following documents need to be handed in: 08:00 13:00 Departure form Final Grade Report Card The completed Annexure A of the school fees letter 2020 The completed extramural letters Second hand prescibed books available at the book store. Please note subject to availability. Grade 8 parents report in the school hall. 15 January 2020 SCHOOL STARTS 13:00 14:00 18:00 19:00 Grade 8 learners report at the top netball courts. 07:15 14:15 17 January 2020 Athletics meeting at Parow athletics field (Northens 07:30 15:00 Rugby Club) 20 January 2020 Grade 8 learners report at the top netball courts. 07:15 15:00 23 January 2020 Grade 8: Blazer ceremony 19:00 21:00 Learners report at 18:15 in the quad behind the school hall. Parents must be seated in the school hall at 18:50. 8 February 2020 School scrub 08:00 13:00 15 February 2020 MTBS: Flashes 08:00 10:00 MTBS: Athletics 11:00 17:30 PLEASE NOTE: THESE ARE NOT THE ONLY IMPORTANT DATES FOR THE FIRST TERM. PLEASE REFER TO THE SCHOOL S D6 COMMUNICATOR OR THE TERM PROGRAMME AT THE BEGINNING OF THE NEW YEAR. Page 2 of 24

3 LETTER OF WELCOME FROM THE PRINCIPAL My dear Cubs You are a winner!!!!! You made an incredible decision to be part of the Tiger family. Ek kan net dink hoe onseker jy moet wees, maar ek wil jou gerusstel: JY IS BELANGRIK VIR ONS! When you made the choice to make Tygerberg your school, we automatically accepted you into the family. However, there is a great responsibility on the school and on you. Kom ons kyk na ons onderskeie verantwoordelikhede: Die skool se verantwoordelikheid 1. Ons verwelkom jou met ope arms. 2. Ons fasiliteer jou aanpassing en sorteer alle probleme op n profesionele wyse uit. 3. Ons bied verskeie geleenthede vir groei. 4. Ons skep grense waarbinne leer en onderrig suksesvol kan plaasvind. Your responsibility 1. Embrace the fact that we are welcoming you into our school by being on time for each activity you are required to attend. 2. Please make us aware of any problem that you encounter so we can resolve it in a win-win situation. 3. Please take part and be committed in all the activities that fall into your interests. 4. Rules are there to keep you safe. Please respect the other learner s right to receive education of a high standard. Ons is bly julle is by ons. Tiere-groete. Dr. L.S. Herselman Skoolhoof Page 3 of 24

4 LETTER FROM GRADE HEADS 2020 Dear soon-to-be Cub You will soon be part of the Tiger community of Tygerberg High School and we are extremely excited to welcome you here! We trust that you will be very happy. We, as your Grade Heads, and your Tiger-parents, are already hard at work to prepare for your arrival on 14 January #TiereTrots 2020 at 8:00. You are probably just as excited to finally be going to high school, although some of you are probably also a little scared of all the strange new things that await you. Don't be! We have so many wonderful challenges waiting for you, with lots of fun and many happy memories that you will be carrying with you forever. We know that you will enjoy everything. When you arrive on 14 January 2020 at 8:00, we will give you a programme with all the necessary information that you will need for the first couple of days here at your new home. Please don't be late for your first appointment with us. Please look carefully at the CUB-guidelines on page 6 it will help you to understand what is expected of you as a TIGER CUB. Enjoy the last days of your primary school career and have a wonderful holiday. We look forward to meeting the new, enthusiastic, positive cubs of 2020! Our contact details are: Barend van der Westhuizen (boys): Anja Luijk (girls): Cub greetings Grade Heads 2020 Page 4 of 24

5 LETTER FROM THE HEAD BOY 2020 Best prospective Cub You re here now, at the start of your high school career, and it is the first time you are meeting your new family, the Tigers. You made it to high school! Of course, this is a new world to you and maybe you re stressed; maybe you re scared; maybe you think you re finally with your type of people, and that you re going to flourish in high school. Whatever you might feel, there will be tough times in your life, now (in high school) and hereafter. Nobody is ever prepared for what life throws at them, but the best thing you can do, is realise that you are not alone. You will make friends, lose friends, but for this first year where everything is constantly changing and where it might be difficult to get through, you can know that the school and I am here for you, whenever you need help. The biggest mistake you can make, is to go through life thinking you are alone. Your time in high school will have a massive impact on the rest of your life. Do what you can to ensure that that impact is a positive one. I know you can do this! You have the choice, and considering you made it to high school in the first place, I also know you are capable. I don t know whether you are going to be a sport Tiger, culture Tiger, academics Tiger, or maybe even more than one, but I hope you enjoy what you do, and that you will achieve big things, wherever you find yourself. Lastly, I just want to remind you that you can always ask for help or advice the orientationmommy and I will be happy to help you. Remember that you are officially building the foundation of your future. Enjoy high school. Kaiden Theron Head Boy 2020 Page 5 of 24

6 LETTER FROM THE HEAD GIRL 2020 Best prospective Cub I want to start by saying how excited I am that you decided to join us here at Tygerberg! Regardless of what influenced your decision, you are here for a reason. The school has the potential to change and develop you and you have the opportunity to make the school a better place for everyone. I still remember how stressful the start of high school was for me. Every time someone asked me if I was ready for it, my stomach turned. A thousand What if...? thoughts played repeatedly in my mind. However, it was completely unnecessary to be nervous I have had some incredible experiences here at Tygerberg, which I will remember for the rest of my life. I am sure you will have great experiences here too! If you are not someone who is stressed about the start of high school and you can t wait to begin your journey here, that is wonderful. However, remember that high school is filled with people with more wisdom and experience than you, so use the opportunity to learn from them. You should also respect your status as a junior. Rules are made for a reason, and your Grade 8 year will be much easier if you follow them. I am sure you have heard this many times now, but the next five years will pass by in the blink of an eye. Use every moment! Participate in as many activities as possible, try new things, and get to know new people whenever you have the chance. Don t let anyone tell you that you are not good enough to achieve your goals. I believe in you! Don t hesitate to approach me if you need anything. Welcome to the Tiger family! Welcome to the Tiger family! Cara van der Colff Head Girl 2020 Page 6 of 24

7 IMPORTANT GUIDELINES FOR GRADE A Tiger is a neat animal. This means: We are very serious about the neatness of our children and insist that our children will be neat at all times, whether at school, in shopping malls or at other schools participating in sports- and / or cultural activities. PLEASE NOTE: Teachers will accept responsibility for the personal property of learners (clothing, cell phones, stationery, books, school bag, sports bag). 2. A Tiger is an obedient animal. This means: You have to show RESPECT to all staff members and fellow learners at all times. You must act with courtesy and good manners at all times. You must listen when a teacher gives you an assignment and do it immediately. You must know all the school rules and obey it. 3. A Tiger is a social animal. This means: You communicate with your friends who are around you verbally and not via a cell phone. Your phone may not be switched on in the school building. Learners not use their cell phones to check their timetables during the school day. A cell phone MAY NOT, even after school hours, be used inside the school building. That if you need to contact your parents during an emergency, this will be done via the grade heads. NO exception to this rule! o Boys: Mr B. van der Westhuizen (Music 3) o Girls: Ms A. Luijk (Room 7) That if you don t obey the rules, your cell phone will be confiscated and you will have to pay a fine to have it returned. DO NOT say you were not warned! VERY IMPORTANT: Teachers will not accept responsibility for any activities on social media / cell phones AFTER school hours! 4. A Tiger is an enthusiastic and involved animal. This means: Take part in as many activities as offered by the school. He / she is regularly at the school to support fellow Tigers in whatever they participate in. Offer your assistance with anything wherever assistance is needed. Remember that every time you are involved, purposely in activities, you build the memories that will be very valuable to you in 5 years time. We expect that each Tiger will meet these guidelines. If you adhere to these rules, it will ensure that we will have a wonderful 2020! Page 7 of 24

8 RULES FOR APPEARANCE & CLOTHING FOR GRADE SCHOOL UNIFORM SHOES GIRLS UNIFORM Only black, smooth leather, formal school shoes are allowed. Clean and polished. SOCKS - Summer White socks with or without embroidery. STOCKINGS Winter Black stockings. No socks may be worn underneath the stockings. SKIRT Skirt length: 2-10 cm above the knee. Hems must be properly stitched. SHIRT Standard white school shirt. Summer: Open-neck short-sleeved shirt with or without a school badge or a shirt with a button-up collar with a tie. Open-neck shirt collar must be folded over the collar of the blazer. Winter: Long-sleeved shirt with a tie. Top button must be fastened at all times. TIE Prescribed school tie, properly tied and pulled up to the top of the shirt collar button. SCHOOL BLAZER All buttons must be attached. Sleeves may not be rolled up or pushed up. Must be worn during assembly and official school functions. JERSEY May NOT be worn without school blazer. The sleeves may not be rolled or pushed up. The size must be correct. Must be in a good state of repair and unfrayed. SHOES SOCKS BOYS UNIFORM Plain black leather shoes; no boots and no buckles. Shoes must be clean and polished at all times. Laces must be fastened and unfrayed. Grey school socks pulled up at all times. TROUSERS Grey school trousers, regular fit with regularwidth legs. Trousers must be worn at normal waist height. No hipsters allowed. Size must be correct. SHORTS Regular grey school shorts of standard length. BELTS Trousers converted to shorts are not permitted. Overly tight shorts are not permitted. Size must be correct. Plain black or grey belts must be worn with trousers. No ornate buckles. SHIRTS Standard white school shirt. Shirts must be tucked in at all times. Summer: Open-neck short-sleeved shirt with a school badge, or a shirt with a button-up collar with a tie. Open-neck shirt collar must be folded over the collar of the blazer. Winter: Long-sleeved shirt with a tie. Top button must be fastened at all times. TIES Prescribed school tie, properly tied and pulled up to the top of the shirt collar. Page 8 of 24

9 HAIR NAILS Must be neat and clean at all times. Hair-styling products may not be used. Long hair: plaited or tied in a ponytail at the back and in the middle of the head. Plaits: neat, tied against head from the front to the back. Fringes: combed and fixed in such a way as not to touch the eyebrows. Wisps of hair: fastened. No dreadlocks allowed. Clips: brown or black. Elastic bands, ribbons, scrunchies, Alice bands: official school colours. Combs: hair colour. Hair colour: only a natural colour. Hairstyle: no extreme hair-styles allowed. Hairbands: only black; not wider than 30 mm. No decorations. Clean and not visible when viewed from the palm side of the hand, allowing for a high nail bed. Only colourless nail varnish allowed. MAKE-UP Make-up may not be worn at school, when representing the school or when in school uniform. No false eyelashes are allowed. TATTOOS Tattoos and other body art may not be visible at school, when representing the school, attending school practice events or when in school uniform (including sportswear). JEWELLERY Only wrist watches are permitted. Non-ornate Medical Alert bracelets and chains may be worn. Lip rings, nose rings and eyebrow rings are not allowed at school, when representing the school or when in school uniform. No unauthorised badges are allowed on the uniform. Undecorated gold or silver (1 cm circumference) sleepers are allowed as earrings. Undecorated gold or silver studs are allowed as earrings. Only one earring per ear and positioned in the Page 9 of 24 JERSEY May NOT be worn without school blazer. The sleeves may not be rolled up or pushed up. The size must be correct. Must be in a good state of repair and unfrayed. SCHOOL BLAZER Sleeves may not be rolled up or pushed up. All buttons must be attached. Must be worn during assembly and official school functions. HAIR Must be clean and neatly combed. No hair-styling products may be used. Only natural hair colour is allowed. Hair may not extend over the top of ears. Hair on the crown of the head must be neat and short and in proportion to the length of the hair on the sides and back of the head. Fringes may not touch the eyebrows. Hair at the back may not touch or extend over the shirt collar. Boys are not allowed to plait their hair. No mohawks, mullets and undercuts are permitted. An English cut may not be short (out of proportion) on the one side. No dreadlocks are allowed No extensions are allowed. No shaved-in paths are allowed. FACIAL HAIR Side-burns may not extend below the bottom of the ear hole. Moustaches are not permitted. Must be clean-shaven when at school or at sport events when in school uniform or representing the school. NAILS Clean and not visible when viewed from the palm side of the hand, allowing for a high nail bed. MAKE-UP Make-up may not be worn at school, when representing the school or when in school uniform.

10 earlobe is allowed. Inadmissible jewellery will be taken by the teachers, handed to the grade head and only be returned to the learner by December with his / her report card. LYCRA PANTS Allowed under school uniform. May not be visible. SCHOOL BAGS No foul language or indecent images are allowed on these items. Must be sturdy enough to protect books and other items. CIVVIE DAYS No sexually provocative or indecent clothing. Stomach must be covered. Shoes or sandals must be worn. Learner must be clean, neat and tidy in appearance. Normal appearance rules apply regarding hair, beards, nails, tattoos, make-up, jewellery, vests and headgear (including caps and hats). Dress length must adhere to the same standard as set for the school uniform. Only shorts with a longer leg length are allowed. Leggings may only be worn with a top that covers the buttocks. TATTOOS Tattoos and other body art may not be visible at school, when representing the school, attending school practice events or when in school uniform (including sportswear). JEWELLERY Only wrist watches are permitted. Non-ornate Medical Alert bracelets and chains may be worn. Lip rings, nose rings and eyebrow rings are not allowed at school, when representing the school or when in school uniform. No unauthorised badges are allowed on the uniform. Inadmissible jewellery will be taken by the teachers, handed to the grade head and only be returned to the learner by December with his report card. SCHOOL BAGS: May not have unacceptable language or pictures on it. Must be sturdy enough to protect books and other items within. CIVVIE DAYS No sexually provocative or indecent clothing. Shirts must be worn (no vests). Shoes or sandals must be worn. Learner must be clean, neat and tidy in appearance. Normal appearance rules apply regarding hair, beard, nails, tattoos, make-up, jewellery and headgear (including caps and hats). PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING: Grade 8 learners only start to wear the school blazer AFTER the Blazer ceremony (23 January 2020). During the first term learners are allowed to come to school without their school blazers. It is still compulsary to wear the school blazer during assemblies. The rest of the year (terms 2 4) the wearing of the school blazer is compulsary. The wearing of the school blazer is compulsary when the learner is also wearing a long-sleeved jersey. Page 10 of 24

11 SPORTWEAR The official school tracksuit is used as warm clothing for ALL sporting. Where the * sign is shown, it refers to the OFFICIAL clothing supplied by our suppliers. GIRLS LO Sports shirt * Green LO shorts or skirt School tracksuit ATHLETICS Sports shirt * and green shorts or full athletic uniform * BOYS LO Sports shirt * Green LO shorts School tracksuit ATHLETICS Sports shirt * and green shorts or full athletic uniform * MTBS, LEAGUE-MEETS AND CROSS COUNTRY Full athletic uniform * Navy blue ski-pants TARGET SHOOTING Jean (Blue, neat) Flat tackies Shooting shirt (made on demand) TENNIS Sport shirt * Green short ski-pants Green 6-band skirt Tygerberg socks * HOCKEY Hockey shirt * Green skirt Hockey socks * NETBALL Netball shirt * Netball skirt * Tygerberg socks * MTBS, LEAGUE-MEETS AND CROSS COUNTRY Full athletic uniform * Navy blue ski-pants TARGET SHOOTING Jean (Blue, neat) Flat tackies Shooting shirt (made on demand) TENNIS Sport shirt * Green shorts White socks HOCKEY Hockey shirt * Hockey shorts * Hockey socks * CRICKET Match uniform: available from school White cricket shirt White cricket trousers Green Tygerberg cap (White wide brim hat, with no branding, can be self-procured if desired) Suitable tackies or cricket shoes Exercise wear: Plain white shirt (golf / tennis or t-shirt) suited to exercise or the school s LO shirt Suitable exercise shorts (any colour) or school s LO shorts Suitable tackies RUGBY Rugby jersey * Green rugby shorts * Rugby socks * Page 11 of 24

12 Sports shoes: Tackies / running shoes / trainers, in neutral colours, are used for all sports, where specialised shoes are not needed. No flipflops, fashion sneakers (shoes which can t be used for exercise) or other shoe types may be worn with the official school tracksuit. Sports shirts: Learners may wear the official sport shirts (for example the specific netball, rugby, hockey or tennis shirt) during the LO period. It is the learner s choice if he / she prefers to wear the LO shirt OR one of the other official sport shirts. NO MTBS shirts will be allowed during the LO period. School tracksuit: The school tracksuit includes the following: Green tracksuit pants, green tracksuit top OR the green supporters jacket. Any deviation from the prescribed sportswear will ONLY be authorised for U.19 A-teams and only once the deviation has been approved by the clothing committee. OFFICIAL SUPPLIERS: School uniform and sportwear: School and Leisure Shop 13 Willow Bridge North TYGERVALLEY TEL: De Jagers Uitrusters C/o Bill Bezuidenhout and Sportica way TYGERVALLEY TEL: Page 12 of 24

13 DROP OFF AND PARKING RULES It is very important that we as a school community work together and obey the road rules and school access rules. No parent s car is allowed within the school grounds before or after school. Please use the drop off circle or dropand-go parking in front of the learner entrance. NO car may stop in front of the entrance gates to drop off or pick up a learner. NO parent is allowed to park his or her vehicle behind any of the cars in the parking lot. CONTACT DETAILS SIGNING OUT AND ABSENTEEISM: Reception: Grade heads: (boys) (girls) SPORT ORGANISER: Ms S. Roberts ACADEMICS: Ms W. Rossouw CULTURE: Mr P. Nel Mr B. van der Westhuizen MUSIC: Ms L. Claassen PUBLIC SPEAKING: Ms J. Hurter LAND SERVICE: Ms I. Lingenfelder FIRST AID: Ms A. Mans STRETCH HOMEWORK CLASSES: Ms R. Fourie SCHOOL COUNSELOR: Ms R. Fourie SCHOOL FEES: Ms M. Paulsen FURTHER QUERIES: Ms M. Paulsen Page 13 of 24

14 LEARNER S PLEDGE TYGERBERG HIGH SCHOOL Pledge by learner I,... (name and surname), a learner at Tygerberg High School, understand the rules and their implications and, therefore, promise to: Bind myself to the code of conduct and disciplinary system. Be courteous and considerate and respect other learners, the representative council of learners, the students council, staff and visitors to the school. Treat everybody with respect, irrespective of their culture, religion, capability, race, gender, age, sexual orientation or social standing. Take responsibility for learning by attending class, being punctual and submitting all assessment tasks on timeously. Co-operate with all staff. Contribute to making the school a safe place for all. Ask or search for help if I need it. Inform the school if I feel that my rights are infringed upon or if I experience any other problems Learner Parent/Guardian... Date Page 14 of 24

15 FIRST DAY INFORMATION 14 JANUARY 2020 The learners must already be seated in the school hall by 08:00. Everybody will receive a booklet containing the rest of the information pertaining to orientation week. All learners will receive their textbooks as well and must bring their schoolbag and a blue pen with to sign out their books and carry it safely. We wish to reassure you that orientation week is merely there for learners to find their feet and learn the school rules and value system. Every learner must feel comfortable enough to ask questions when he / she does not understand something. On the first day of their high school career, learners are allowed to wear civvies when coming to school. We kindly ask that leaners dress comfortably. They may not wear torn or ripped jeans or shorts that are shorter than four fingers above the knee. Only short sleeve t-shirts or shirts (no spaghetti tops or low neck shirts) and comfortable, closed shoes should be worn. The learners must bring along something to eat and a bottle of water. We are looking forward to the journey that lies ahead. Please feel free to contact us if there are any further enquiries. BLAZER CEREMONY THURSDAY, 23 JANUARY 2020 TIME: 18:50 for 19:00 DRESS: Neat The blazer ceremony is the Grade 8 s prestige event. This marks the final transition from cub to proud Tiger! Every parent / guardian is invited to attend this event. Every learner should be dressed neatly in their summer school uniform no jerseys. The learners drape their green school blazer neatly over their right arm. The learners are called to the stage in alphabetical order and according to register class. Then the parent / guardian will receive the opportunity to come and help the learner put on his / her blazer. On 23 January 2020 the learners will leave at 15:00 with the rest of the school. The learners are then expected to arrive at the quad at the back of the hall at 18:15 for 18:30. If a learner has transport problems, he / she is more than welcome to stay at school and do their homework in Room 7 (Ms A. Luijk). Proceedings begin promptly at 19:00. We kindly request that the parents / guardians take a seat in the hall by 18:50. Page 15 of 24

16 D6 COMMUNICATOR The school uses the D6 communicator information system to convey important information to parents and learners. This system is already in use at various primary schools and parents who are already registered on this system need not re-register, they only need to change their school details. All parents are requested to register for this system as you will not be able to receive important information from the school otherwise. The web-address where the application can be downloaded from: Follow the on-screen instructions to download it to your Mac or Windows machine. IMPORTANT: There is also a cellular phone version which can be downloaded from: PLEASE NOTE: When a parent s contact details change, they must inform the school as soon as possible! HOMEWORK / STRETCH CLASSES FOR GRADE Stretch is an aftercare class where learners have the opportunity to do their homework under conditions from Monday to Thursday, 15:00 to 17:00. supervised Fees are R500 per term. Further information will be available early next year. Learners must please register with Ms R. Fourie in advance. REGISTRATION AND QUERIES: Ms R. Fourie Page 16 of 24

17 BUS TRANSPORT FOR GRADE MANUEL'S BUS SERVICES provide a daily commuter service to learners who need transport from GOODWOOD, MONTE VISTA, PANORAMA and WELGELEGEN. Fees: around R 1, per term (one way); around R1, per term (return) around R 4, per year (one way); around R 6, per year (return) Fees are per learner and is payable in advance. Banking details are available on required registration forms from Manuel s. QUERIES: MANUEL S BUS SERVICES Tel: SCHOOL AND CLASS ATTENDANCE Absenteeism during tests, exams and continuous assessments requires a medical certificate. This medical certificate must be accompanied by a letter from the parent / guardian. If a learner is absent (without missing a test, exam or continuous assessment), on the first day back, he / she must hand in a letter to the grade head from the parent / guardian. Learners who arrive late for school have to report to reception and provide an acceptable explanation for being late. Ordinarily, a letter is required from the parent or legal guardian of the learner. The learner will be issued with a note and then he/she must report to the grade head with the note. Thereafter, the learner reports to his / her class and gives the note to the relevant teacher. Learners will not be allowed to join their classes without such a note. Learners who are not registered during the admin period will be marked absent, irrespective of whether prior arrangements have been made or not. The school may not grant permission for learners to leave the school premises during normal school hours. Should a parent wish to withdraw a learner during the school day, the school must be informed BEFORE the time in writing and the communication must be addressed to the relevant grade head. Learners must be signed out by all their subject teachers, using the prescribed form, and present themselves at the front office with the signed form. The learner will then be released into the care of the parent, but only if the full process has been followed. When a learner becomes ill during the school day, he/she must report to the relevant grade head. The school will then communicate with the parent, after which the normal signing-out procedure will be followed. The learner does NOT contact his / her parent / guardian. Emergency cases will be dealt with by the grade head. Page 17 of 24

18 DETENTION AND ACADEMIC DETENTION FOR GRADE DETENTION: The school uses the CDS disciplinary pointsystem. Each transgression is uploaded to the system and detention letters are issued accordingly. Every Friday afternoon (14h30-16h30) there is detention under the supervision of educators for learners who violate the code of conduct of the school. A letter in which the offenses and reason for the detention is listed, is handed to the learner on Thursdays. He / she then takes the letter home and returns it to the register teacher with the parent's signature on the following day. The parent / guardian will receive an SMS prior to the detention date. Learners must organise their transport accordingly. Failure to show up for detention leads to an extra detention given. After another absence without reason, a disciplinary hearing will be held. ACADEMIC DETENTION: Every Friday afternoon (14h30-16h30) there is academic detention under the supervision of educators for learners who have unfinished homework or outstanding tasks. If a learner has any assignment or task not submitted by the deadline, he/she has to complete the unfinished work in academic detention. The learner will receive a letter which explains all the outstanding work on Thursday which must be taken home so that the parent can sign it and the learner can return it to the register teacher during registration on the Friday. The learner may only leave the Academic Detention room once all the outstanding work has been fully completed and submitted. Page 18 of 24

19 TEXTBOOKS AND READINGS BOOKS/SETWORK BOOKS FOR GRAAD All learners will receive a textbook from the school, but prescribed reading books must be purchased from the book room or from a bookshop. (Bargain Books is very helpful.) It is the learners responsibility to cover their books and keep their books in a pristine condition. All textbooks will be returned at the end of the academic year. Damaged books: In the event of a book being damaged, the book will be handed in and a penalty of R200 will be payable to the school. Lost or stolen books: In the event of a book being lost or stolen, a penalty of R200 will be payable to the school. The school only sells second hand setwork books on behalf of learners who return their books of the previous year for the benefit of their successors. The books in the list below must be bought by each learner. GRADE 8 AUTHOR ISBN Afrikaans Eerste Addisionele Taal * Rugbyballe en bikini s Janie Oosthuysen English Home Language The Play of the Diary of Anne Frank Frances Goodrich and Albert Hacket Chinese Cinderella Adeline Yen Mah ISSUING OF NEW BOOKS FOR 2020: Tuesday, 14 January 2020 during the school day. *PLEASE NOTE: Rugbyballe & Bikini s can be ordered via the Afrikaans teacher. *ISBN numbers may differ with newer publications. Page 19 of 24

20 STATIONERY LIST FOR GRADE SUBJECT CODE AMOUNT TYPE OF BOOK HEADING Afrikaans (Eerste addisionele taal) Ring binder Portfolio: Afr. EAT A4 sleaves A5 Hard Speltoetse Gr A4 Hard Taal en literatuur A4 Soft Skryfwerk A4 exam pad English 1 (Home Language) A4 Hard Language + Literature studies Flipfile 50p A4 exam pad Mathematics A4 Hard Mathematics Flipfile 20p A4 exam pad Casio calculator Mondi Rotatrim 500p SS A4 Soft Work book NS A4 Hard Work book Flipfile 20p EMS PVC Carry Folder German A4 Soft Deutsch Heft 1 Music A4 Hard Flipfile 20p Technology PVC Carry Folder A A4 white paper 100p A4 Soft Life Orientation A4 Soft PVC Carry Folder A4 Creative Arts VA A4 exam pads are needed for tests. See next page. *** Compulsary homework diary available at the book store from January R30. Page 20 of 24

21 CREATIVE ARTS: VISUAL ART GRADE If you have chosen Visual Art as one of your Creative Arts subjects, you need to buy the following and bring it to class. This stationery is compulsory for art learners. WALTONS CODE AMOUNT ITEM Drawing pencil Colour pencils Pritt Eraser Scissors PVC carry folder 6240 / Black Fineliner Black permanent marker EMS WORKBOOKS GRADE The syllabus for Caps require us to alternate between Business Studies, Entrepreneurship, Economics and Accounting in the same week. Each one of these subjects require unique stationery. We, therefore, obtained a workbook in which all four aspects can be done. Tygerberg High School created a workbook with answer sheets and additional exercises. This also helps with the prevention of losing loose answer sheets. Therefore, we request that every Grade 8 learner purchases a workbook from their EMS teacher at the beginning of 2020 at R80 per book. No other workbooks will be needed. NB! EVERY LEARNER MUST HAVE ALL THEIR STATIONERY, WORK AND TEXTBOOKS (PRESCRIBED READING BOOKS INCLUDING) BY THE END OF JANUARY! LOCKERS Lockers for the learners will be available during the first term. We encourage every learner to make use of this facility, but please note that availability cannot be guaranteed. Prices: Small lockers around R250 per year Medium lockers around R350 per year Golf lockers around R750 per year Page 21 of 24

22 CELL PHONE POLICY GENERAL: This policy is drafted by the governing body in accordance with the following laws and related school policies: Learners' Code of Conduct Regulations for Safety Measures at Public Schools GN 1040, GG22754 of October 2001 The National Policy on the Conduct, Administration and Management of the National Senior Certificate, Notice of 6 July The school is aware that a cell phone and / or other electronic communication devices are useful tools for emergencies and that it can be used by educators and learners as an effective teaching resource in elearning. The use of cell phones and / or other electronic communication aids by learners during school hours causes disciplinary problems and, therefore, makes the implementation of strict rules regarding such use necessary. It is a privilege and not a right. RULES FOR ALL LEARNERS: Cell phones and other electronic communication devices must be switched off at all times during normal school hours. It is, therefore, not permitted to be set on "silent" or "vibrate". Learners may only use their cell phones and / or electronic communication devices during breaks and after school, and then only outside the school building. Learners may only switch on their cell phones and / or electronic communication devices in the classroom with express permission from the educator. No learners may send or read an SMS, WhatsApp, BBM, , etc. during formal teaching time or during class changes. No learner may use another learner's cell phone and / or electronic communication device without that learner's consent. No learner will be allowed to have a cell phone and / or electronic communication device in his/her possession in an examination room. No cell phone and / or electronic communication device may be visible during formal teaching time or class changes. Cell phones and / or electronic communication devices may be used during school hours to contact a parent / guardian, but only with the express permission of an educator. No learner may connect his / her cell phone and / or electronic communication device to the school's Wi-Fi. SAFETY AND SECURITY Learners who have cell phones and / or electronic communication devices on the school premises, do so at their own risk. Theft of cell phones and / or electronic communication devices must be reported to an educator immediately. An investigation of such theft will take place at the discretion of the principal or his / her delegate. The school does NOT accept liability for any loss that may occur as a result of the theft or damage to a learner's cell phone and / or electronic communication device. It is the duty of the victim of theft and / or damage to lay a complaint with the SAPS in this regard. No photos may be taken and distributed of any person or any part of a person. Page 22 of 24

23 No recording may be made of any class activity without the express permission of the educator involved. Recording and distribution of any photo, video, or sound clip of any situation, whether dramatised, or otherwise, is prohibited unless it is for educational purposes and with the express permission of the educator involved. DISCIPLINARY ACTION Breaching of this policy by any learner will result in the confiscating of the cell phone or electronic communication device together with the SIM card and any data memory card, and these will be handed over to the principal or his / her delegate for safekeeping. A receipt will be issued for the device, which the learner must collect at the Finance Office at the end of the school day. Confiscated cell phones and / or electronic communication devices will be sealed, a book entry will be made, and the item will be stored safely. FIRST VIOLATION The cell phone and/or electronic communication device will be held in safekeeping for a period of five school days, after which the learner's parent / guardian must collect the item during school hours after payment of a fine of R100 has been made. SECOND VIOLATION The cell phone and / or electronic communication device will be held in safekeeping for a period of 10 school days; after which the learner's parent / guardian must collect the item during school hours after payment of a fine of R200 has been made. A learner who is guilty of a second violation will serve one session of community service. THIRD VIOLATION AND FURTHER VIOLATIONS The cell pnone and / or electronic communication device will be held in safekeeping for a period of 20 school days after which the learner's parent / guardian must collect the item during school hours after payment of a fine of R300 has been made. A learner who is guilty of a third violation will face disciplinary action. RECORD OF VIOLATION The school will keep a record of violations of the policy, which will be enforced until the end of the academic year in which the transgression was committed. No record of transgressions will be transferred to the following academic year. REFUSAL TO HAND IN CELL PHONE If the learner refuses to cooperate fully with the submission of the phone, he / she will face disciplinary action. RULES RELATING TO COLLECTION OF CONFISCATED ITEMS A cell phone may ONLY be used AFTER school hours, and NEVER inside the school building. If, in the event of an emergency, you need to communicate urgently with your parents, it may be done with permission from and in the presence of the heads of grade. Page 23 of 24

24 If you do not obey the rules, your phone will be confiscated and then you shall have to pay, to get it back. DO NOT SAY THAT YOU HAVE NOT BEEN WARNED! Cell phones may only be collected by the learner's parent / guardian who must sign the registry as proof of safe collection of the item. Under no circumstances will the item be handed to the learner or a third party. REFUSAL TO PAY THE FINE If the parent / guardian refuses to pay the prescribed fine, the school will store the confiscated item in safekeeping for a period of six (6) months, after which the parent / guardian may collect the item during school hours and sign the registry as proof of safe collection of the item. If a stolen cell phone and / or electronic communication device is found in the possession of any learner, disciplinary action will be taken against him / her immediately, which may lead to suspension or expulsion. If any learner is found guilty of spreading undesirable and / or pornographic material with a cell phone and / or electronic communication device, this item will be confiscated immediately and handed to the SAPS. Disciplinary action will follow immediately which may lead to suspension or expulsion. The staff and governing body of Tygerberg High School request all parents to support the school with the implementation of the policy, as it was drafted in the interest of the learners, their education, personal safety and the safety of their belongings. Page 24 of 24

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