Teacher reaping rewards

2016-05-04 06:00

QWAQWA. – The lifetime achievement category winner in the 2015 National Teaching Awards (NTA) competition, Motsehoa Montsho, was expected to land at the Bram Fischer Airport in Bloemfontein on Saturday (30/04) after a three-day trip to the Mother City as part of the prizes she had won at provincial level.

Montsho is the principal at the Qwabi Primary School in Phuthaditjhaba and has 40 years’ teaching experience.

Under her leadership the school won the competitions for beautification and best- performing primary school, organised by the Free State Department of Education.

She started her professional career at the Akofang Primary School in 1976.

In January 1986 Montsho was appointed as head of the department at the Qwabi Primary School, and in 1999 she was appointed as deputy principal.

The National Teaching Awards (NTA) were presented last year to recognise the best teachers in the province.

Awards were made in the following categories: Excellence in Primary School Teaching, Excellence in Secondary School Teaching, Excellence in gr. R Teaching, Excellence in Special Education and Inclusive Teaching, Excellence in Teaching Mathematics, Excellence in Technology – Enhanced Teaching and Learning, Excellence in Primary School Leadership and Excellence in Secondary School Leadership.

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