Johannesburg- Leading South African publisher, Vivlia, has launched a matric catch-up programme for the 2020 examinations. Prioritizing an inclusive product that puts the needs of the learner first, the brand offers learning in all 11 official languages, ensuring a comprehensive and effective educational environment for all. Following the stern lockdown and the disruptions it has had on the education system, this programme has been specially designed to support learners in taking back their future and imparting optimism and confidence.
Founded in 1989, Vivlia has been running for 31 years, providing accessible and culturally relevant learning materials. It is an independent, black owned publishing house that prides itself in understanding, locally, the educational and developmental needs of learners. To empower both learners and teachers, even parents and guardians; the Vivlia product development goes through a rigorous consultation and research process, with educational professionals and subject experts.
The catch-up programme is available in both print and online versions and covers languages and mathematics, ranging from R65.00 to R170.00. Interactive quizzes; comprehension guidance skills; tests and memoranda are all packaged for an enthusing at-home learning experience.
“Our catch-up programme is not to be confused with a traditional study guide. It is an exam preparation guide that will help matric students navigate their final Languages and Mathematic papers,” says ICT Director of Vivlia Publishers, Phathu Nemukula.
The matric year is an important year in education as it is the culmination of everything the learner has drawn from the basic education system. Vivlia has further partnered with various teachers and influential leaders to ensure that learners have the resources to take their future forward as they move on to higher education and post school opportunities.