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Yusuf Abramjee 4h
Class of 1989 Laudium High School reunion. Thank you for inviting former teachers also.
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Panyaza Lesufi Nov 15
Another day, another robbery! we are sitting ducks 🦆
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Panyaza Lesufi Nov 14
This morning we’re consulting with parents formations to resolve the placements of learners on our online registration system. We remain hopeful that all Grade 1 learners in particular, will be placed by next week. We have reduced the waiting list from 34000 to almost 9000
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Gauteng Education Nov 14
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Gauteng Education Nov 14
Thank you for the arlet and kindly follow the link
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Panyaza Lesufi Nov 14
Salute my children, quality education will happen, in our lifetime
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Gauteng Health Nov 14
As the deadline for public comment draws closer on the National Health Insurance Bill, read below what the NHI is about and support the pledge. Deadline date: 29th November!!!
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♥️ Steph 🌊 Nov 14
At least and her school dealt with her swiftly! I only hope that the young man can move on from this.
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Gauteng Education Nov 14
Replying to @KoosdlRey
Thank you for the arlet please follow the link
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Gauteng Education Nov 14
Thank you for the arlet please follow the link
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Gauteng Education Nov 14
Thank you for the arlet please follow the link
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Gauteng Education Nov 14
Replying to @EducationGP
The District officials engaged parents and allowed them to present a list of demands which they undertook to respond on Wednesday, 20 November 2019. “We wish to appeal, to parents not to disrupt schooling, especially during this critical time of examinations” said MEC Lesufi
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Gauteng Education Nov 14
Replying to @EducationGP
Because of the said disruption, it is sad to note that, all Grade 9 and Grade 11 learners could not write their examinations accordingly. However, the examinations will be re-scheduled to another date and learners will continue as normal from tomorrow.
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Gauteng Education Nov 14
Replying to @EducationGP
The parents have indicated that they have long standing grievances which were not addressed by the District. It is encouraging that the Grade 12 learners were transported by officials to an undisclosed venue where they continued with their examinations.
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Gauteng Education Nov 14
Replying to @EducationGP
Meanwhile, Today, 14 November 2019, a group of parents locked the gates at Mountainview Secondary School in Heidelberg subsequently, preventing educators and learners from entering the school yard.
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Gauteng Education Nov 14
Replying to @EducationGP
we also urge our learners to refrain from any acts of misconduct in schools as it will impact negatively on their performance” said MEC Lesufi.
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Gauteng Education Nov 14
Replying to @EducationGP
“We urge principals and educators to respond appropriately when cases of bullying, violence and intimidation are reported. Ignoring these reports makes the victim feel more vulnerable and subjected to secondary trauma of adults that show a cavalier attitude,
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Gauteng Education Nov 14
Replying to @EducationGP
Schools are urged to enforce their codes of conduct to deal with bullying and other disciplinary matters. The department relentlessly appeals to parents in assisting to enforce discipline in and outside the school environment.
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Gauteng Education Nov 14
Replying to @EducationGP
We have a policy of zero tolerance to bullying or any form of misconduct. Anyone found to be transgressing this policy is dealt with in line with South African Schools Act (SASA) code of conduct, which governs all schools.
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Gauteng Education Nov 14
Replying to @EducationGP
Learners must be reminded that, schools are for education and as such they must always focus on being enriched with knowledge for their successful future endeavours. Ill-discipline will not assist learners to achieve any objectives in schools.
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