Awards for top swots at ceremony

2017-06-06 06:00
Cassie Kruger, CEO of False Bay TVET College, Sharai Tayengwa, recipient of the CEO Award for being an excellent student throughout her three-year programme, and Bronwyn Moses of Cape Book and College Supplies, which sponsored the college awards ceremony for top students.

Cassie Kruger, CEO of False Bay TVET College, Sharai Tayengwa, recipient of the CEO Award for being an excellent student throughout her three-year programme, and Bronwyn Moses of Cape Book and College Supplies, which sponsored the college awards ceremony for top students.

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Top achievers of False Bay TVET College were recently honoured at an awards and diploma ceremony held at Muizenberg Civic Centre.

The annual ceremony brings together the parents, academic staff, sponsors and students to celebrate the success of the top performing students in each qualification programme offered at the college.

A total of 91 certificates were presented across all programmes and prizes were given to students in their last year.

Each year, a special award is given to one top performing student, selected by the college CEO principal, Cassie Kruger. The award is presented to the student who displays the constant pursuit of academic and personal excellence, community engagement and peer support. This year it was awarded to Sharai Tayengwa.

Throughout her study career, Tayengwa has maintained a 93% aggregate, obtaining distinctions in all her subjects over the three-year programme.

Nominated by her lecturer in 2015 as a Maths group leader, Tayengwa tutors her peers during her free time.

Tayengwa is currently studying towards a national certificate in Financial ­Management.

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