Matriculants sign exam pledge

2015-10-22 06:00
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Pupils sign their pledge.

PHOTO: precious gumede Pupils sign their pledge.

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LAST Friday KZN matriculants signed a pledge committing themselves to an irregularity-free examination.

Final exams started on Monday 19 October and Port Shepstone High added some fun for pupils before exams began.

After signing the pledge they were treated to muffins, cool drink and given a gift from the school.

The pupils gathered at the school pool area before entering the hall as a reminder of their first day when they started Grade 8 in 2010.

Pupils were excited as the day was considered their “last day” as a Sheppie High pupil.

Some female pupils dressed in costume outfits while some wore “cut-up” white school shirts, and not to be outdone, some boys came wearing wigs and skirts and some even had the courage to wear their sisters bras.

The matriculants’ programme included teachers bidding them farewell in song and reminding them about the rules and regulations during exams

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