The period between the last exam paper and the release of matric results are some of the most anxiety-inducing, nail-biting weeks of school-leavers’ lives.
Thirteen years of compulsory schooling is nearly over for thousands of learners.
For many teenagers the exams promises a long summer holiday, but for driven students, a lot could be at stake. These are the marks that will determine whether they get into their university of choice.
Asidlaleni Tournament took place the past weekend . All KwaThema primary schools participated and demonstrated great talent.
Qedusizi Primary School hosted a Grade Seven career dress-up day on September 14.
“We are expecting him to perform to his best abilities in the provincial competition to be able to progress to the nationals.”
KwaThema – Sechaba Primary School leaners participated in and won the Gauteng East District Writing and Spelling Bee competition. The principal of the school, Pearl More, says they are very proud of how Tshiamo Phoku and Bonolo Kgatlane performed. Bonolo showed great writing skills and her book will be published soon. ALSO READ: Bushes behind…
“They can also argue that teaching and learning did not happen.”
They were educated on how to start a business, how to draw a business plan and the characteristics and business skills.
Nsane helps the youth to sharpen their mathematics skills for Grade 12.
The holiday programme is aimed at educating Grade One to Grade Seven learners on different forms of art and other projects as well.