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The resouce centre in partnership with Sango Ntsaluba JSS hosting the third annual Best Achiever prize giving to recognise and award learners who have excelled in the following catagories in each grade: • Mathematics • Natural Science • and overall best achiever in all subjects Learners were awarded Best Achiever jackets. This program is aimed to motivate learners to achieve their full potential. The total number of learners awarded were 21, with ties in other grades. The prize giving was a colourful event attended by parents, Neighbouring schools, community leaders and officals from the department of education.
This was an Inter-schools event, where children in the foundationn phase from Sango Ntsaluba JSS, Lower Tsojana JSS and Tsojana primary, 60 children participated. In the sporting section of the event, there was a short and long distance race for the following age groups: • 5 - 6 year • 7 - 8 year • 9 year In the academic section of the event, spelling beee there were also there 3 groups namely: • Grade 1 • Grade 2 • Grade 3 Both girls and boy participated in both section of the event together. At the end of the day the winners were awarded and we hope this event will be bigger next year, 2019.
In the second occurance of this event, it was a success with 96 register runners, 35 male and 61 female runners. There were three age groups: • 30 to 49 Years ( 2km distance) • 50 to 64 years ( 1km distance) • 65 years and above (1km distance) The race winners recieved 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes in both male and female catagories. the oldest male and female runners were also awarded with prizes. The oldest male runner is 88 years old and the oldest female runner is 77 years old.
The event was a success with over 305 students, from 7 different local schools were in attendance and the third annual career day Expo. The following further educational institutions were in attendance: • Ikhala FET College • WSU • University of Pretoria • University o JHB • Journalism profession • Nelson Mandela university The students had the opportunity to be addressed by all the representatives of the attended institutions and were presented with prospectuses and other informative matterial for career guidance. The next Career Day Expo is proposed to be on 19 May 2019. Thank you so much to all the learners and teachers from the local schools for participating and to all the representitives of the institutions, together with all the other guest speakers for willing to share thier expertise, information and knowledge. Your wisdom will impact our learners for years to come. We received positive feedback after the event, as students shared with their peers, teachers, and parents their new or newly reinforced ideas about college or training for their career choices.
The health day was a huge success. The event was well attended by the community although we started later than we had scheduled and the attendance was above 130 people. The major presenter was Mrs Sizani representing health Practioners. Her presentation was good and touched on social issues. It was an interactive presentation. People were put into five groups with each given a different topic and at the end each group had to present its findings. We had a message of support from Mr Jujwana and a vote of thanks on behalf of the Resource centre was done by Mrs Nomlomo. the event then proceded in the folowing order: • A reply from the community was given by Mrs Menziwa. • Rev Madobo did the opening prayer. • Mr Nyengani was the program director. • The social workers did not make it to do their presentation. In conclusion, the day was a success and we hope to do better in future.
The resouce centre in partnership with Sango Ntsaluba JSS will be hosting this event to recognise and award learners who have excelled in the following catagories in each grade: • Mathematics • Natural Science • and overall best achiever in all subjects Learners will be awarded Sango Ntsaluba JSS Best Achiever jackets. This program is aimed to motivate learners to achieve their full potential.