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2015-10-14 06:00
Mr. J. Moonsamy with a certificate and prize for his achievement.

Mr. J. Moonsamy with a certificate and prize for his achievement.

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IT is with great pride that Greytown Secondary School congratulates deputy principal, Mr. J. Moonsamy, for coming first in the district and cluster level in the National Teaching Awards in the category of “Excellence­ in School Leadership” on 5 October.

The awards are a prestigious platform on which excellence in education­ is recognised in South Africa.

The conferring of this award follows a rigorous selection process in which candidates are expected to prove their competency at various levels, ranging from district level, to cluster, provincial and finally at national level.

Mr Moonsamy has been recognised by the Department of Basic Education for demonstrating positive and outstanding leadership in directing and guiding the school and fostering a mutually benefiting partnership between the school and the community.

As such, attaining first place in this category and in district and cluster levels is an accolade in itself as the cluster level encompasses the following four districts - Umzinyathi­, Uthukela, Umgungundlovu and Sisonke.

He will now undergo selection at provincial level in Durban and we are confident that he will there- after­ proceed to national level.

Greytown Secondary School is gratified that Mr Moonsamy, a dynamic­ and innovative leader, is being duly recognised for his exceptional work ethic.

We wish him all the best in the balance of the selection process for he is wholly deserving of acknow-ledgement in the category of Excellence in School Leadership.

Similarly, Umvoti circuit management takes this opportunity to congratulate Mr Moonsamy for an outstanding performance in the National Teaching Awards.

The CES, Miss N.E Mkhize, said that obtaining first position at cluster level is a great achievement and she anticipates further accolades for Mr Moonsamy.

She wishes Mr Moonsamy the best of luck as he proceeds to provincial level.

“Go on and shine and put Umvoti and Greytown Secondary School on the provincial and national maps.

“We are proud of you.”

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