About Steps Academy
Quality education is a gift that lasts a lifetime. Steps Academy’s philosophy of “Master and Move” and ‘Every child matters” is key in the development and creation of an individualised and unique learner. Every child is unique, education can not be a one size fits all! Steps Academy, through its small classes, gets to know each child’s traits and personality – education becomes learner-focused!
Our commitment: providing a comprehensive, quality-based education that not only promotes academic development, but moral and ethical awareness. A happy, focused and disciplined child equals a successful learner.
Steps Academy is committed to developing this excellence.
Steps Academy at a Glance
“The capacity to learn is a gift; the ability to learn is a skill; the willingness to learn is a choice.” (Brian Herbert)
At Steps Academy, we create an environment to nurture all aspects of a learner to ensure a holistic individual who becomes a life-long learner
Indira Govender - Campus Principal
Curriculum Overview: UK British & CAPS
Challenging and inspiring learners worldwide
Steps Academy’s curriculum, whether British International or CAPS, is flexible, challenging, inspiring & culturally sensitive. Learners develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning. They also gain the essential skills they need for success at university and in their future careers, nationally and globally.
The British International curriculum is based on the world’s most widely-recognised British system of learning and assessment. It is a highly-regarded and accredited primary and secondary school programme that allows a seamless integration with national curricula worldwide, sets a global standard for education, and is recognised by universities and employers worldwide.
The CAPS curriculum, widely recognised in the South African context, also allows one global access to tertiary education and employment. Subjects offered with theoretical and practical components, ensures a well-rounded learner that not only learns the “what” components of a subject but the “how” – that is, applying the concepts.