• Mpho Ngoma, ECDoE Provincial Co-ordinator assisting learners with the manual during Unicef road show held at Mt Frere recently.
  • Learners from Peddie German Village making a point during the debate session held at Mt Frere recently.
  • Pupils from Fundisa Special School in King Williams Town on their first day at school, as they celebrate a win with joy on two sporting codes (netball and swimming) at National level in Pretoria .The learners were selected as champions on trials that were held in October 2015 in Mthatha and Port Elizabeth.
  • Group photo of top candidates in the EC during Release of 2015 Matric Results held at the International Convention Centre in East London recently.
  • Premier Phumulo Masualle and Education MEC Mandla Makupula present certificate and trophy to the Top Learner in the EC Theresa Brummer from Collegiate Girls High School in PE.
  • The top 3 learners in the EC, Theresa Brummer (position 1) flanked by Finestone Emma Vera (Position 3) from Pearson High School in PE and Jim Odwa (Position 3) from St Johns College in Mthatha.
  • 2015 Matric Learners from the Eastern Cape look for their results in this mornings newspaper.
  • Grade 7 learners from Selborne Primary School in East London showcasing their certificates during prize giving held at the Selborne School recently.
  • An excited mom Kelly giving her son Dylan a high five for his 7 out of 7 for his mathematics
  • A proud Dylan Hein with his outstanding report from Crewe Primary School
  • Mother Kelly Hein and son Dylan Hein on collection date of his report at Crewe Primary School
  • Proud Grade R Voorpos Primary graduates showcasing their certificates during their graduation ceremony held in East London recently.
  • Grade R Voorpos Primary graduates singing their graduation song during their ceremony in East London recently.
  • Grade 6 learners are the overall winners of the 2015 Provincial Mental Mathematics Quiz Competition.
  • 1'st place winners at the Grade 3 Spelling Bee, held in East London at the Leadership Institute, for the 4 official languages. Tie for Sesotho, Xhosa, Afrikaans and English.