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“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.

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