Students showcase practical proficiency

FRANCISTOWN: The North East region last week held an exhibition for students to showcase their talents in art, agriculture, music and home economics, amongst other subjects.

The exhibition held at Phase IV community hall attracted students from 17 junior secondary schools and three senior secondary schools in the region.

The chairperson of practical subjects in the region Terry Rankhudu said the fair is held every year to allow students to show their abilities through competing in practical subjects such as Art, Design and Technology, Home Economics, Business Studies, Music, Physical Education and Agriculture.

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