Tsakane – J E Malepe Secondary School held their annual awards ceremony last Thursday to recognise outstanding achievements among their learners and teachers for the 2016 academic year.
The Springs Girls’ High School’s Representative Council of Learners (RCL) has chosen to support orphanages and disadvantaged youth in a drive called ‘Girls Need to Support Girls’.
KwaThema – Parents, teachers and learners met at Tlakula High School on Tuesday and agreed that they must improve on last year’s matric results.
KwaThema – As part of the City’s Back-to-School Campaign, the Ekurhuleni ANC Chief Whip Jongizizwe Dlabathi, accompanied by Member of Parliament Mondli Gungubele, visited Tlakula Secondary School.
Sekgankge Letshego from the United Front for School Governing Bodies writes:
Duduza – All five secondary schools in Duduza received a pass rate of above 60% this year.
Tsakane – Some of the schools in Tsakane experienced a decline in their 2016 matric pass rate compared to the previous year, however others saw an increase in their pass rate.
KwaThema – There have been mixed emotions regarding the results of the Class of 2016 matrics, while many schools believe that there’s room for improvement.
Tsakane – It’s been a fruitful end to the year for six grade seven learners of Mangosuthu Primary School.
Tsakane – The Phumlani Primary School has managed to bag four awards and the school couldn’t be happier.
Kwatsaduza – In order to help make a difference in their community, three KwaThema Saturday schools have united to help township learners.