Kranskop Primary Career Day

2016-08-31 06:00
Special guests at the Kranskop Primary School career day.

Special guests at the Kranskop Primary School career day.

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KRANSKOP Primary School held a career day dress-up for the Grade 7 pupils on 24 August, the aim of which was to make pupils aware of the various job opportunities and careers that are available to them.

Invited guests representing the paramedics included Mr A. Luckraj, SAPS, Lieutenant-Colonel CW Minnar and Inspector ND Ndwandwe), GP, Dr NP Zondi and assistant Ms MB Maphumulo), Clinic, Sister ZP Ntuli), Correctional Services, Mr XM Makhathini, Prosecutor, Ms TW Makhaye, Legal Aid (Mr B Masuku), representatives from education head office, Ms CS Gule and Ms ET Vilakazi and district official, Ms EB Mngadi.

Selected pupils were given the opportunity to talk about their career choice and the officials commended them on the research carried out.

Each guest speaker explained the requirements for their particular career and engaged with them during question time.
Ms ET Vilakazi, on behalf of the Department of Education thanked the principal, Mr R Maharaj, for supporting the life orientation teacher, Ms TP Shange, on her work and for assisting pupils to make good career choices.
She also explained to pupils the importance of deciding, as early as Grade 7, the career they wish to pursue.

Ms TP Shange reiterated that they will ensure pupils equip themselves for their life ahead and thanked guests for taking valuable time off from their busy schedules to come and address pupils. The guests were treated to lunch thereafter.

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