Young talent honoured

2015-11-11 06:01
HONOURED: Thamsanqa Velelo (left) and Relebohile Saloman (right), both in gr. 2, received certificates for their outstanding achievements during the current academic year at the Castle Bridge Combined School. With them is the principal of the school,

HONOURED: Thamsanqa Velelo (left) and Relebohile Saloman (right), both in gr. 2, received certificates for their outstanding achievements during the current academic year at the Castle Bridge Combined School. With them is the principal of the school,

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BRIGHT learners at a Bloemfontein combined school saw their efforts honoured by certificates at a special end-of-year prize-giving ceremony.

More than 80 learners were presented with certificates for their outstanding achievements in different subjects and in curriculum activities during the annual event held at the Castle Bridge Combined School on Friday (06/11).

The event is held at the end of each academic year to celebrate learners’ achievements at the school. This year’s certificates were presented by the principal of the school, Raletebele Daniels, who joined the school from the Emang Primary School five months ago.

Speaking to Express during the prestigious event, Daniels said the event showed a true reflection of the unveiling of the talent of learners and they actually got to know their potential.

“It is a good thing that we acknowledge and honour learners for their efforts.

“This kind of event also encourages learners to work maximally to reach their potential.

“So we encourage all our learners to work harder in order to achieve their potential,” said Daniels.

Daniels also stated that the event was aimed at marketing his school in a way, because the highest vision and mission of the school is to achieve quality instead of just teaching.

“Our main aim is to show to the parents, the company that is leading the school, the Department of Education, the school society, and the school community what the real order of the school is all about. It is to unveil and lead the children to the talent that they have or they might have,” he said.

Thamsanqa Velelo and Relebohile Saloman, both in gr. 2, received certificates for their efforts in Life Skills and Afrikaans First Additional Language respectively. They were happy to be honoured.

They are planning to continue to work hard in the next academic year.

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