A new life ahead for Madon graduates

Awande Ngwenya, Oratile Komane, Nkoka Mahlaule, teacher Julia Mabena and Malik Salisu.

Madon Day and Aftercare held its year-end function on 28 October at the Harvard Café in Grand Central Airport, Midrand. 

The school celebrated its fourth annual year-end function.

All the Grade Rs who were graduating were honoured with certificates and encouraged to excel in their next schooling phase.

Paula Sabeya, the principal of the Madon Day and Aftercare, said she is very proud of her pupils and is certain they will adjust well when they start their schooling journey in another environment.

“The school is focused a lot on ensuring that their children are ready for foundation phase learning and do not battle with the work and adjustment,” said Sabeya.

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Welisa Nene
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