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SOS Africa 2018 Term 3 School Reports

08 Nov 2018

Join us as we celebrate the "best" and "most improved" SOS Africa Children's Term 3 school reports from our charity education programmes across South Africa...


SOS Africa Somerset West

SOS Africa Somerset West: Most Improved School Reports

Firstly, we are incredibly proud of SOS Africa's Lusi and Gideon from Somerset West. Lusi's Term 3 school report showed improvement across all subjects in particular Geography and Life Skills where she achieved 72% and 83%! Likewise Gideon received a brilliant report achieving 84% in History and 76% in English!

SOS Africa Somerset West: Best School Reports

Let's hear it for SOS Africa's Kim and Donvenicia who received the much coveted title of Best School Reports this term. A role model to the younger children, Kim achieved an overall average of 70% and Donvenicia achieved top marks in Afrikaans, English and Life Skills! Well done ladies!


SOS Africa Grabouw

SOS Africa Grabouw: Most Improved School Reports

A huge pat on the back for these two star students! Determined to succeed, SOS Africa's Kay-Leigh and Tashnee from Grabouw also improved in nearly all subjects!

 SOS Africa Grabouw: Best School Reports

This term's star students in Grabouw are Benecia and Ameleo. Benecia achieved between 80-100% in all but 2 subjects including a formidable 94% in maths! A regular high achiever, this is the second consecutive term that Ameleo has achieved top marks!


SOS Africa Somerset West

SOS Africa Mafikeng: Best & Most Improved School Reports

Last but by no means least, this term's "Best" and "Most Improved" awards in Mafikeng go to Curro Academy Students Boitsepho, Angelina, Angela and Ofentse. After a challenging start to the school year, these students deserve high praise after improving significantly in all subjects! Well done everyone - keep it up!


Well done to all the SOS Africa children for fantastic Term 3 reports!

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