Prefects’ ‘important role’

2016-09-27 06:00
Ready to take up their prefect posts from next year are, front from left, Elizabeth Lungu, Tshiamo Mabaza (deputy head girl), Sharon Dune (head girl), Riedwaan Kenny (principal), Mtulisi Maramba (head boy), Cybert Ndambo (deputy head boy) and Jack Chima. Second row: Phamela Mhlaba, Stanley Yaris, Moleboheng Thabo, Moses Ishimine, Marble Farai Ishemunyoro, Ishmael Marungisa Nadia Mashupe, Morris Khumalo and Yolanda Zondani. Back from left: Raissa Ndayishimiye, Qaqamba Tsitsi, Sandra Gilbert, Nkosinathi Mzobe, Michaela Silo, Claris Monde, and Tiffany Gallow.     PHOTO: GARY VAN DYK

Ready to take up their prefect posts from next year are, front from left, Elizabeth Lungu, Tshiamo Mabaza (deputy head girl), Sharon Dune (head girl), Riedwaan Kenny (principal), Mtulisi Maramba (head boy), Cybert Ndambo (deputy head boy) and Jack Chima. Second row: Phamela Mhlaba, Stanley Yaris, Moleboheng Thabo, Moses Ishimine, Marble Farai Ishemunyoro, Ishmael Marungisa Nadia Mashupe, Morris Khumalo and Yolanda Zondani. Back from left: Raissa Ndayishimiye, Qaqamba Tsitsi, Sandra Gilbert, Nkosinathi Mzobe, Michaela Silo, Claris Monde, and Tiffany Gallow. PHOTO: GARY VAN DYK

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Maitland High School is celebrating the selection of the senior learners prefect team for next year.

Principal Riedwaan Kenny congratulated the learners. He also pointed out the fact that they have an important role to play at the school.

“These are our learners who have proven that they have the proper leadership skills to become positive rolemodels to fellow learners and form an integral part of all our decision making and operational processes here at the school,” he says.

Prefect team coordinator Wayne Isaacs adds it was a difficult task to make the final selection.

“It was difficult to reach the final selection list as all the prospective applicants were of high quality and standard,” he says.

“They are taking up their new appointed posts as from the very first day of the new term and we are all looking forward to working with such dedicated learners.”

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