Local pupils get classroom tips

2016-03-22 06:00
 These pupils of Observatory Junior Primary School participated in a maths and languages workshop. Front from left, WAITIng for names.

These pupils of Observatory Junior Primary School participated in a maths and languages workshop. Front from left, WAITIng for names.

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The B-All Training Academy of Kensington is on a mission to get learners to master maths and language across the peninsula.

Pupils of Observatory Junior Primary School recently participated in a two-hour workshop presented by the academy.

Bradley de Kock of the academy says the Grade 6 pupils were trained in the areas of language, memory and numeracy.

“Pupils were provided with techniques and training that enable them to deal with class-related work in an efficient manner,” he says.

“Interactive challenges, which encouraged the development of their new-found skills, were some of the highlights of the programme.

“The focus was on cultivating good school habits, such as reading daily, learning new words, listening attentively, doing homework, paying attention in class and, most of all, finding ways to make learning fun.”

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