Mossie learners celebrate achievements

MOTHER AND DAUGHTER: Grade Six learner Refiloe Ramabola shares her joy with her mother, Nomfundo Zondeka, after walking away with the title of overall winner.

THE Mossie Primary School held its prize-giving ceremony on November 24.

Acting principal Marvin Crosby opened proceedings by stating that the young learners were champions for working hard throughout the year.

MOMENT OF A LIFETIME: Mossie learners celebrate their achievements after receiving recognition for their hard work.

He said he hoped they would continue to show such dedication to their learning as it would open many doors for them.

Learners were rewarded with certificates for their time and effort. Mr Dlamini and Ms Tunzi were among the teachers who could be seen motivating and congratulating the learners for their well earned accolades.

PROUD MOMENT: A proud moment for Shaleen Toms and her family.

Tyreez Cloete from Grade Five scored seven distinctions, while Grade Six learner Refiloe Ramabola was ecstatic after coming away with the title of overall winner. Ramabola’s mother, Nomfundo Zondeka, said she was proud of her daughter, as all she expected was a motivated child with positive dreams.

WINNERS: Grade Fives Tyreez Cloete and Yural Daniels with teacher Mrs Jasson.

HONOURS DAY: Mossie Primary School’s Grade One to Seven learners had their prize-giving ceremony on November 24.

THUMBS UP: Acting Principal Marvin Crosby congratulates the learners.

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Gopolang Chawane

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