Mixed provisioning entails enrolling with an additional school for just one or two subject whilst being enrolled with and taking the majority of your subjects with another school.
Brainline offers 15 subjects, but it does happen that students want to enrol for a specific subject that Brainline does not offer. This is where mixed provisioning comes in. A student can then enrol with Brainline for six subjects, and then enrol with another IEB school for that particular subject.
Upon enrolment, you will be provided with a special form that the specialist provider must complete, and return it to Brainline. This will ensure that there is a communication link between Brainline, your primary provider, and the other IEB school, your secondary provider.
Although Brainline will not present or administrate the subject, this communication allows us to obtain your marks, add it to your report, and administrate your student profile with the IEB and your final exams.
However, if you can find a reputable provider that is registered with the IEB, you can take any subject that the IEB assesses.