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Learners from Lekota Senior Secondary School in Dikgale accompanied by deputy principal Johannes Maluleke are visiting Noorderland High School this week and will be attending commercial subject classes.

Top 10 learners lauded at special asssembly

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Noorderland High School’s Top 10 learners from grade 8 to 12 for the second term were announced during a special assembly also attended by guest learners and their deputy principal from Dikgale-based Lekota Senior Secondary School on Monday.
Prior to announcing the Top 10 learners, Noorderland principal Thabo Ratema explained that the guest learners accompanied by their deputy principal Johannes Maluleke would spend the week attending the commercial subject classes with the learners of Noorderland in order to glean more knowledge on learning skills and take this knowledge back to Dikgale to share with their fellow learners.
Noorderland learners welcomed the Lekota learners, clapping and cheering.
There is currently much competition between the top three Grade 12 learners Katlego Dikgale, Glen Matlala and Kagiso Koenaite as all three of them emerged in top spot with a percentage of 85,4%. The three learners reaffirmed their commitment to their studies and each of them said they are determined to finish the year in top spot. They also expressed their gratitude towards the school for the extra classes as well as the Easter- and Winter holiday camps.
Ratema praised the Top 10 learners for their tenacity. “They are a shining example to the rest of the school of what can be done with hard work and single mindedness,” he concluded.

Story and photos: KAREN VENTER
>>karen@observer.co.za

 

Noorderland’s Top 10 Grade 12 learners for the second term. In front are Katlego Dikgale, Glen Matlala, Kagiso Koenaite, Lutricia le Roux and Kholofelo Mokami. At the back are Girlina Mashego, grade head, Molebogeng Mangaba, Mushathama Tshishonga, Nakedi Phalafala, Ngoako Ramabu and Zethu Segage.

Noorderland’s Top 10 Grade 11 learners for the second term are, in front, Tshegofatso Kubayi, Ramasela Ramonyai, Hlengiwe Mashimbye, Daisy Ramashala and Mpho Sefara. At the back are Herbert Mphasha, grade head, Boitumelo Makau, Refilwe Rameetse, Neo Mamosatsana, Moyagabo Langa and Molatelo Mabitsela.

Noorderland’s Top 10 Grade 10 learners for the second term. In front are Lehlogonolo Rasehlo, Serati Sekuba, Tshegofatso Gwangwa, Phuti Mo­tlatla and Putuki Mphahlele. At the back are Marieta Moulder, grade head, Dipuno Ntsoane, Victoria Mamokgatla Chipana, Matome Bopape, Pheladi Nkune and Sharon Baloyi.

Noorderland’s Top 10 Grade 8 learners for the second term. In front are Leruo Sharp, Khutso Sehoana, Kgaugel Tladi, Kopedi Nkanyane and Theto Manamela. At the back are Amanda Pieterse, grade head, Sekoati Mothiba, Lesego Semono, Mmaratha Tsebe, Phuti Meso and Miniyoxolo Khumalo.

Noorderland’s Top 10 Grade 9 learners for the second term are, in front, Bonolo Maleka, Sphiwe Kokela, Mulalo Maphutha, Dorah Lesedi Makalela and Mamoloko Moloto. At the back are Dichochi Ramotlou, Magdeline Tumisho Mothiba, Lesego Malaka, Mahlogonolo Moleele and Chandré Pasquale, grade head. Absent: Kgabo Mohale.