HLATIKULU TOWN BOARD PROUD OF CHRIST THE KING
“SIYATIGCAJA silidolobha laka-Hlatsi ngendlela sikolwa lesincane se Christ the King lesisebenta ngayo.”
The Hlatikulu Town Board has noted the good work done by Christ the King Primary School as regards academic performance over the years, saying they were proud of the school.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Bongani Dlamini said for years now the school had been excelling in the Standard Five results and 2018 was no exception.
“We are now used to the school excelling and we are running short of better ways to celebrate their achievement.
“Their success is ours too and their victory is also ours.
“The work done by the teachers is marvelous and everyone now wants to be associated with this school because of its good record academically.
“It is also an indication that the school has sound administration,” said Dlamini.
Dlamini said it was the town board’s dream that all the other schools within their boundaries emulate Christ the King Primary School.
He said he was also sure that the school’s teachers would be more than ready to assist other schools in sharing their secret to success.
“I don’t think Nurse Simelane (Principal) is a selfish administrator, and I know she will be more than ready to share her school’s recipe and ideas for success. It is time all the schools (including high schools) we have around here also raise their hands.
“They should make us proud just like Christ the King Primary School.
Each time results are released, we are always guaranteed that Christ the King will be counted in the list of top performing schools,” said Dlamini.
The CEO said even when it was announced that there was a failure at the school as one of the pupils had her name omitted, that never bothered them as a town as they knew those results were not reflecting what the school was known for.
LIFTED: Christ The King Primary School has uplifted the image of Hlatikulu Town.