As in many studies, evidence that the product (curriculum) is successful needs to be obtained regularly. Evaluation of the subject and the knowledge obtained by the learner is vital to assess the success or failure of the given teaching content. Key concepts in the Outcomes Based Education syllabus through the views of Tyler and his colleagues: Lawrence Stenhouse and Paolo Freire consist of: learning through experience; focus; the learning area content and the skills involved and individual learning to name but a few. Outcomes Based Education can also be seen as competency based and a teacher-learning process takes place to better equip the receiver of the information (learners) for the success of the actual role.The National Curriculum Statement gives rise to the subjects with knowledge, skills and values that are worth teaching and learning i.e. subjects with a Level 4 weighting on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). Meaningful information is meant to be to relayed to the learners, as well as knowledge and skills that would further benefit the lives of those at the receiving end. The subject content taught in the national curriculum statement focuses on local contexts while remaining objective and insightful of contrary view points of the parents; learners and teachers involved, as well as society as a whole.