Form 1-4

Epworth High School

TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS

The school has enough furniture but need continuously replenish textbooks, computers and other learning material due to natural wear and tear, thefts and the failure by learners to return textbooks. The school has 28 classes to 24 ordinary classrooms, 2 junior, 2 O’ level and 3 A’ Level laboratories in addition to 2 lecture theatres, a computer laboratory and library as well as a Home Economics Block Comprising Fashion and Fabrics and Food and Nutrition rooms. There is a Building studies shed on one Agriculture shed.

learning areas at secondary school leveln(form 1 to form 4)

Learners between Form 1 and Form 4 explore a broad based curriculum in which they

acquire the necessary competency from different learning areas. A modular approach

is adopted in meeting the general education goals in this first wave of the seven year

reform programme.

form 1 and 2 learning areas

The Form 1 and 2 curriculum provides a manageable, broad-based and rationalised

general education . This lays the foundation for subsequent

learning.

form 3 and 4 learning areas

At Form 3 and 4 learners continue with the broad-based general education they started

with at Form 1 and 2 but at a much higher level. In addition learners follow learning

areas in the pathways. The learning area should allow the learners to identify with their

chosen pathways. For example, a learner who takes up a STEM pathway would study

Additional Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Geography and Biology. The content of

these learning areas is at a much higher level compared to the content of general

education learning area Mathematics,  Chemistry and Physical Science. Except

for the learners pursuing STEM disciplines, the General Science Learning area may

still serve a purpose in a transitional way. Similarly it may not be necessary for the

Commercial pathway learners to take general education learning area Commerce.

 

Epworth O Level Passrate

2014
16.8%
2015
9.6%
2016
15.76%
2017
19.9%
2018
20%

National O Level Passrate

2014
30.85%
2015
27.86%
2016
29.9%
2017
26.35%
2018
32.83%

The subjects on offer at the school are as follows

Form 1-2

  • English language
  • Shona language
  • Family and Religious Studies
  • General Science
  • Mathematics
  • History
  • Geography
  • Food and Nutrition
  • Technology and Design
  • Building Technology and Design
  • Computer Studies
  • Accounts & Commerce
  • Textile Technology & Design
  • Physical Education
  • Sport & Mass Display
  • Heritage Studies

Form 3-4

  • English Language
  • Shona Language
  • Shona Literature
  • Family and Religious Studies
  • Combined Science
  • Mathematics
  • Agriculture
  • History
  • Geography
  • Food Technology
  • Principles of Accounts
  • Commerce
  • Textile Technology and Design
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Physical Education
  • Sport and Mass Display
  • Guidance and Counselling
  • Heritage Studies

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