Francistown schools celebrate good results

FRANCISTOWN: After scooping position one countrywide in the 2014 Primary School Leaving Examinations (PSLE), the Maradu, Mahube, Satellite, Pelotshwaana and Ikhutseng Centre (MASPIC cluster) gathered at Adansonia Hotel to celebrate the achievement on Thursday.

North East District (NED) scooped position one with 84.6 percent pass rate followed by South-East with 83.2 percent. The district was also 2013 PSLE winners with 82.6 percent and had intended to hit the 90 percent in 2014, but failed to reach the target by 5.4 percent.  The ceremony was held under the theme, ‘Motivation-A strategic way to quality results’.

Satellite Primary School head Lore Lungisani said teachers are the builders of the nation who should be acknowledged for the hard work and good results. She said that it was a significant honour to celebrate with teachers and appreciate the great effort they put in to achieve excellent results.

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