Protec celebrates pupils’ achievements

2016-12-15 06:01


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PROTEC Tongaat hosted their annual awards day recently. Protec is a math, science and technology career development and enrichment programme that prepares young people with the interest and ability for successful entry into science, engineering and technological careers.

The annual awards day is a celebration of their pupils’ achievements in Protec’s three core subjects math, physical science and English.
The warm relationship between the pupils, tutors and staff was evident as the pupils conveyed their appreciation for all the academic and emotional support they receive at Protec.

Branch manager Marion Takis thanked all the stakeholders, especially the donors, for their support, which has enabled Protec Tongaat to not only survive over the past 25 years, but also grow, extend and enrich their programmes.

“We hope that today you can feel how deeply grateful the pupils are for being given the opportunity to attend Protec.

Thanks to your support, our pupils are given hope and the promise of a better future,” said Takis.

Takis also congratulated the pupils on their courage, determination and perseverance in overcoming the many challenges they face and urged the Grade 12 pupils to continue striving to be the best that they can be.

The event was a memorable and fitting way to acknowledge everyone’s hard work and efforts throughout the year and to celebrate another successful and fulfilling year for Protec Tongaat. - Supplied.

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