Tshabalala primary school rewards the best students
Tshabalala Primary School held an awards ceremony to celebrate the top-performing learners from basic to intermediate stage at the school premises on 11 November.
Parents attended the event, along with current and former teachers, representatives from the Department of Education (DoE), SGB, local business people and motivational speakers.
The principal of the school, Sfiso Ngobese, said the purpose of the event was to recognize the genius of young intellectual minds and to encourage and motivate learners to do better and become responsible citizens of South Africa. South.
“We want to ignite the meaning of hard work for all learners. We not only recognized the excellent performers, but also those who struggled. We also looked at the learners who are improving the most to motivate them and make them aware that we are watching them,” Ngobese said.
“We have tried to be broad as we have prizes for curriculum and sports. The event was great. I think we have achieved our goal.
He appreciated the support from parents, adding that they are very supportive even at regular school meetings.
DoE’s IDSO Themba Mokoena and B4S Founder Isaac Mavuso each presented a motivational speech to inspire learners. Learners received awards and trophies for different topics, behavior, improvement and sports.
Category R Rewards
The best life skills learners are Owethu Mawela, Anele Mandlathi, Medupi Machete and Amohelang Mokoena.
The best math learners are Lerato Masina, Boitumelo Luvhengo, Kedibone Molefe and Reneilwe Thahane.
The best learners of the language are Junior Mkhawanazi, Aphiwe Gebashe and Molemo Ntsoana.
The learners who improved the most were Nompumelelo Mbatha, Siphosethu Nkosi and Lerato Masina.
The best behavior was awarded to Mxolisi Mawela and Hlobokazi Magocoba.
The best English readers are Puseletso Motloung, Patience Mpofu, Palesa Mohitli and Ntokozo Mosia.
Motloung also led the best mother tongue reader group with Simphiwe Gule, Tankiso Lethetsa and Tumelo Motloung.
The best math learners are Nokubonga Molaba, Khonzokuhle Masuku, Kuhle Dlamini and Ntokozo Mosia.
The best life skills learners are Boiketlo Motloung, Amanda Mhlanga, Poloko Mokete and Lesedi Moropodi.
The best behavior was won by Sindisiwe Buthelezi, Ntswaki Lefenya, Njabulo Zulu and Kgaugelo Molefe.
The Most Improved Learner award was given to Nkosinhle Sitoe, Neo Khumalo, Lesedi Lehono and Zinhle Moyo.
Second year awards
The best learner in the first additional language is Andile Motloung, followed by Mtolo Zinhle, Lesedi Pitso and Gobizembe Amubusise.
Best in Home Language went to Molefe Amohelang (Sesotho), Mtolo Zinhle (isiZulu), Mahotle Kabelo (Sesotho) and Mjoli Sinethemba (isiZulu).
The prizes for the best learners in mathematics were awarded to Motloung Andile, Sibisi Nkosana, Mokoanyane Kamohelo and Gobizembe Ambususe.
The best life skills learners are Mthantathonn Ayanda, Sithole Anele, Motsoeneng Amohelang and Jozene Sbusiso.
The Most Improved Learners awards were received by Mogwerane Reanetse, Nyachiwowo Daniel, Ntsoane Teboho and Nkosi Sakhile.
The Best Behavior Award went to Amohelang Motla, Cele Karabo, Thakane Lebotla and Msiphula Khanyisile.
Amahelang Motla, Cele Karabo, Thakane Lebotha and Msiphula Khanyisile received certificates for their best behavior in class.
Third year awards
The best English readers were Lesego Dlamini, Bokamoso Lewis, Tlhohonolofatso Rase and Mpendulo Nkosi.
Khomotso Challa (Sesotho), Melokuhle Nhleko (isiZulu), Keletso Siphuthuma (Sesotho) and Boiketlo Motloung (isiZulu) were awarded for the best language spoken at home.
The best life skills learners are Kgotso Mosia, Karabo Sihlamgu, Tseliso Lilele and Rejoice Tembo.
The learners who improved the most were Bohlale Moholobela, Siphesihle Ndovu and Palesa Motloung.
The best educated students are Katleho Letho, Thandolethu Luthuli, Thato Miya and Kimberly Chimbiro.
Fourth Year Award
The best language interpreters are Bonolo Nkobori and Botshelo Nkopane for Sesotho, Motloung Rianetsi, Ntando Msomi and Prince Tembo for IsiZulu, and Cebo Mokoena, Mthokozisi Mbokane and Samkelosethu Ntombela for English.
The best math learners are Prince Tembo, Amukelani Sanzala and Mthokozisi Mbokane.
In social sciences, Amukelani Sanzala topped the list followed by Prince Tembo and Ntando Dlangalala.
The best in natural sciences are Cebo Mokoena, Prince Tembo and Sthembile Mathebula.
The best life skills learners are Lehlohonolo Mashilo, Botshelo Nkopane and Bonolo Nkobori.
Fifth year awards
The best language interpreters are Naledi Mofokeng, Karabelo Motlengoa and Dimakatso Mike for Sesotho, Amahle Nhlabathi, Thandolwethu Sindane and Otilia Chirindani in isiZulu. Good English interpreters are Mofokeng Naledi, Amahle Nhlabathi and Motlengoa Karabelo.
The best students in mathematics are Naledi Mofokeng, Amahle Nhlabathi and Karabelo Motlengoa.
The best students in social sciences are Amahle Nhlabathi, Boiketlo Majola and Naledi Mofokeng.
The best natural science learners are Naledi Mofokeng, Amahle Nhlabathi and Karabo Motlongo.
The best life skills are Naledi Mofokeng, Amahle Nhlabathi and Karabelo Motlengoa.
Sixth Grade Award
The best language interpreters are Tshepang Selepe, Tshepiso Ralekaota and Keamohetswe Motsepe for Sesotho, Chantell Chihoro, Siphesihle Nkala and Mcube Zaba for isiZulu, and English Selepe Tshepang, Nyathi Thubalami and Khosa Relebogile.
The best in mathematics are Neo Molefe, Siphesihle Nkanda and Tshepiso Ralekaota.
In natural sciences, the best learners are Thubalami Nyathi, Rethabile Lubambo and Tshepiso Ralekaota.
In life skills, Ralekaota topped the list, followed by Tshepang Selepe and Kamohelo Phungwayo.
Seventh Year Rewards
The best language interpreters are Kopano Mokoatsi, Motshidisi Miya and Nthabiseng Rase for English, Melokuhle Molefe and Sinenhlanhla Sibiya for IsiZulu, and Thato Mojaki, Dimakatso Motloung and Kgothatso Motloung for Sesotho.
The best in natural sciences are Anathi Binjana, Lesedi Hlela and Thato Mojaki.
The best students in mathematics are Thato Mojaki, Faith Chauke and Neo Mataboli.
In social sciences, the best learners are Karabo Khanye, Nthabiseng Rase and Sinenhlanhla Sibiya.
The best in technology are Anathi Binjana, Thando Ndlela and Makonya Warona.
In creative art, the best learners are Dimakatso Motloung, Molefe Melokuhle and Moeketsi Khanyi.
The best performers in EMS are Thato Mojaki, Motshidisi Miya and Karabo Change.
Asanda Mthombeni and Moitheri Moeketsi succeeded in athletics and Phalalang Mokete in table tennis.
Other achievements are Katleho Zulu for high jump, Nyiko Mdluli for long jump, Esona Bekwa and Junior Dlamini for basketball at Ekurhuleni district.
The best athlete is Asanda Mthombeni (athletics).