Awarding top learners to encourage consistency

POLOKWANE – Learners received certificates in recognition of their achievements in academics in front of their peers and family last Tuesday.

Learners show off their certificates during the excellent awards ceremony held at school.

The Principal, Johannes Makhura, said the aim of the awards ceremony was to encourage learners to work even harder and to achieve the best possible results.

Isaya Ramakgolo (CM Sehlapelo Primary School, teacher) congratulates Tadiwa Madau and his mother, Sharon, on Tadiwa’s outstanding performance.

CM Sehlapelo Primary School’s top achievers in each grade, Miranda Mphala (Gr 7), Kamogelo Mamabu (Gr 6), Laurel Rimayi (Gr 5), Winnie Kgatla (Gr 4) and Rebecca Chuene (Gr 3).

“We started giving the top performers awards last term as we want to cultivate a culture of learning and competitiveness among the learners, which will improve the school’s overall performance. The awards were meant to motivate the learners. We acknowledge the selfless sacrifices these learners make in order to make meaningful contributions to their education,” he said.

Ashley Maputla is congratulated by Isaya Ramakgolo (CM Sehlapelo Primary School, teacher) and his father, Edgar.

“We encourage the learners to be consistent with their performances, not only in primary school but throughout their school careers and lives.”

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