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SOS Africa 2018 Term 1 School Reports

23 Apr 2018

At the end of each term it's always so wonderful to celebrate the successes of our children after a term of hard work. We are proud of all of our children for their efforts but the following bright sparks deserve particular praise this term...


 From Grabouw we have BEST REPORTS from Benecia (Grade 4) and Elvino (Grade 5)...

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Benecia is very eager to learn and always goes the extra mile with her work. Well done Benecia, your hard work has definitely paid off and we are so proud of you.

Elvino has always been a hard worker, keen to excel in any task that he pursues. This term his determination has paid off more than ever. Well done Elvino, not only for great results, but a great attitude and considerate care towards all the others in our Grabouw Aftercare Club.

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Nasiphi is the student showing greatest improvement this term. She has quietly been working very hard and this determination has paid off with some markedly improved results. Keep up the great work Nasiphi.


From Mafikeng we have BEST REPORTS from Lele (Grade 2) and our twins Obu & Othu (Grade 12)...

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Lele has been a determined hard worker since day 1. She is thriving at Curro Academy and we are so pleased with her continued progress. English is not her first language so we still need to work a little more with her to strengthen this, nevertheless, her improvement is brilliant. Well done Lele.

The twins, Obu & Othu are in their final year of school. Although they've always been delightful boys, they have often been cheeky and challenging over the years. However, their transformation over the past year has been exceptional. Both boys have been working so hard and attending extra Maths and Physics classes to boost their grades for engineering degrees at University. Already, after one term, they have achieved exceptional results in Maths and Physics. Well done boys, we are so proud of you.

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Olebogeng (Grade 5) has shown tremendous improvement this term. He has often struggled but with the extra English support from Jackie and Maths support from Anna-Mia at Aftercare we are seeing great improvement. Well done Oleb, keep up this great work.


From Somerset West we have BEST REPORTS from Karabo and Hazel (Grade 3)...

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These two super hard-working girls, Karabo and Hazel have achieved great results and continue to be happy and confident students. Well done girls and keep up the great work.

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Quinroy is settling into Grade 4 very well. He is becoming more focused on his work and fulfilling the potential we know he has. Well done for a greatly improved report Quinroy. Keep it up.


Well done to these children for all their hard work and great behaviour. After a lovely Easter holiday the children are now back at school. So to all our staff and children, good luck for Term 2.

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