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Prepare for end of term exams

Ana Madigibuli
Thursday, August 28, 2014

TEACHERS, parents, school managements and students have been reminded by the Education Minister Dr Filipe Bole to prepare for the final term of this academic year.

"We are now in the final week of term two holidays and with a few days left, everyone should start preparing for school next week," Dr Bole said.

"Parents should now ensure that the stationery of their children are replenished and ready before the first day of school," Dr Bole said.

"Environment contributes to the learning of students and school committees should work around the clock now to ensure that the classrooms are ready and in good shape.

"A conducive environment should be created to maximise the potential within our students.

"Students are also encouraged to use their time wisely and be very cautious in these few days remaining."

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