Collection of school reports

Posted on Tuesday, 08 December 2015

By Cheera Dee Robinson

Category: Latest News

The Eastern Cape Department of Education (ECDoE) works hard at ensuring they deliver the best educational content to all learners, where at this time of the year, it’s time to see what results they have achieved for 2015, leading up to the release of matric results.

It’s that time of the year again, where parents collect reports from various schools, after all learners have tried their best throughout the school year, in the form of assessments, projects according to their subjects and end of year exams.

A proud mother from Cambridge Primary School is eagerly waiting to collect her son, Jayden Horak’s report at 16:30 today.  However, she proudly announces that, Jayden has passed the year and has done an outstanding job and for all his hard earned efforts he is in the top 10 in his class and will be going to grade 6 in 2016.

Another mom from Crewe Primary School, Kelly Hein was overjoyed to fetch her sons report yesterday.  Eagerly opening his report, she immediately said, “I am so proud of you Dylan, you did excellent in your mathematics, you got 7 out of 7 and did well overall”, followed with a high five.

A mother from Hudson Park Primary School in East London, Wendy Webb, explained that their children’s reports are getting sent home with them today.  Although she knows her son Cody Webb has passed and will be going to grade 2 next year, she explained he repeated grade 1 last year, because he was battling with a few things, she went on to say, “Hudson Park Primary School has an excellent support structure, with numerous extra classes, where parents and teachers work together, which assisted Cody this year in achieving to pass with better results.”  “Well done big boy.”

Presently the Eastern Cape Department of Education is gearing up to release their matric results for 2015.

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NOMAKHAYA MATYA commented on 09 Dec, 2015 12:38

MY HUSBAND WENT TO FETCH THE KIDS REPORTS AT THEIR SCHOOL AND TO MY SHOCK WE CANNOT COLLECT BECAUSE WE OWE SCHOOL FEES. CHARLES DUNA PRIMARY SCHOOL MSIMKA STREET NEW BRIGHTON. NOW I HAVE TO COME TO WORK LATE TOMORROW TO GO SORT THAT OUT WITH THE SCHOOL BECAUSE WE DON'T OWE ANYTHING

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