Mount Ernestina School holiday classes

2015-08-19 06:00
At the Mount Ernestina Winter School (from left) Mr F.M. Ndlovu (teacher), Mr J. Ngubane (teacher), Mr A.T.N. Nkomo (manager), Mr M.S. Myaka (SGB), Mr O. Mlotshwa (teacher) and Mr A.R. Chitanda (teacher).

At the Mount Ernestina Winter School (from left) Mr F.M. Ndlovu (teacher), Mr J. Ngubane (teacher), Mr A.T.N. Nkomo (manager), Mr M.S. Myaka (SGB), Mr O. Mlotshwa (teacher) and Mr A.R. Chitanda (teacher).

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WITH the best interest of the 2015 matric class at heart, Mount Ernestina Combined School held winter school during the recent holidays for the benefit of the Grade 12 pupils.

Mount Ernestina principal, Mr Mkhize, and KZN freelance co-ordinator, Mr Tholumuzi Myaka expressed their appreciation to all the donors and participants.

The Grade 12 pupils were very receptive to the learning activities which included accounting, geography, mathematics, mathematical literacy, physical sciences and life science.

The eight visiting teachers came from KZN high schools and are highly regarded in their respective fields.

Mr Myaka expressed his satisfaction at the level of achievement and recommended another intervention during the 10-day holiday at the end of the third term. School personnel and the SGB thanked all involved for their worthwhile contributions

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