School Admissions 2022: Education Department now taking applications

Parents of qualifying learners have been urged to immediately collect registration forms from the school nearest to their homes.

School Admissions 2022: Education Department now taking applications

The Limpopo Department of Education has opened the process to register learners for admission in public schools for the 2022 academic year.

The department announced in a statement on Tuesday that walk-in registration at schools was open from 17 May to 30 July 2021, for children who will be going to school for the first time or moving to a new school next year. 

“Children can also be registered online at selected schools participating in the online learner admission pilot project from 03 June to 06 August 2021. The list of participating schools is attached herewith and available on the departmental website: link for online registration will be active on the website from 03 June 2021,” the department said.

Forms for walk-in registration must be collected and submitted back to schools. 

“Parents and legal guardians of qualifying learners are therefore encouraged to immediately collect registration forms from the school nearest to their homes, where other siblings are attending or within a feeder zone.  Completed forms must be returned as soon as possible as admissions will be processed on a first come, first served basis, assuming that all other criteria in the admissions guidelines are met,” the department said.

“School management teams have been directed to ensure that the process of collection and return of forms is managed in line with the Department of Education’s standard operating procedures for the management of COVID-19 in schools. This means strict adherence to screening, sanitising and social distancing protocols throughout the process.”

The following documents are required for school registration:

·Proof of residence

·Birth certificate or acceptable proof of birth date

·Immunization card

·Transfer card, and/or

·Last report card

If one is not a South African citizen, the following documents are required:

·Study/work permit

·Temporary or permanent residence permit from the South African Department of Home Affairs and/or

·Evidence to show that there is application for permission to stay in South Africa

“Any formal complaint from parents whose children have not been admitted can be lodged through the nearest circuit offices. The Department will monitor the learner admissions process very closely to ensure that the rights of learners are always protected,” the department added.

Find more information about school admissions in the Western Cape here.

Source : The South African More   

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