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Last week, the Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) began accepting online school admissions for the 2023 academic year. Thousands of applications have already been processed after just four days of the system being active.
On Friday, parents in Gauteng will start submitting applications to the provincial education department to secure the placement of their children at their preferred schools. These applications apply to learners starting Grade 1 and Grade 8 in 2023.
The Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) is calling on parents to prepare all the required documentation in preparation for the upcoming schools online admissions period. This applies to parents whose children will be starting Grade 1 or Grade 8 for the 2023 school year.
Thousands of parents in the Gauteng province are advised to get ready for the upcoming school admission season, as there is less than a month left before the online allocation period begins.
Parents in Gauteng will be submitting online school applications to help their children secure a placement for the 2023 school year. The education department in the province has provided parents with some tips for their applications.
Parents in Gauteng have just over a month before the provinces’ online schools admissions system goes live for school place applications for the 2023 academic year.
Last week 700 learners were not placed in schools in Gauteng. This was worrying for parents as the school year had begun.
The Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) is in a race against time to place learners in schools before the start of the 2022 academic year.
After receiving thousands of applications for learner placements, the Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) has now moved on to the next step of the application process.
The Gauteng Department of Basic Education (GDE) has praised parents for their efforts to register their children for the 2022 academic year before Friday’s October 8 deadline.
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