Letsholathebe School Appreciates Teachers


Known for its revered academic performance in the PLSE results over the years, Letsholathebe Memorial School this week took initiative to appreciate and celebrate best performing teachers for the 2023 Standard 7 cohort.

The four teachers were celebrated at a dinner event hosted at Sedia Hotel for their effort and hard work for the school to have achieved a pass rate of 82.5% in 2023 PSLE results, surpassing the national target of 80%.

The teachers, each gauged by their individual classes obtained the following –Pelotshweu Mokhudu 87%, Oageng Moeti 83%, Mothusi Bayi 83% and Keeng Maeze with 77% were, besides being celebrated and motivated to do more, gifted with certificates and other personalised goodies.

The appreciation event was sponsored by Chobe Holdings, which has adopted the school alongside other three schools in Maun of Mathiba Primary, Sedie Junior Secondary and Tsodilo Junior Secondary Schools with an overall objective to aiding them with the needed support and resources for improved academic results.

The overall message of the night at the event was that of motivation, consistency and collaboration between teachers and ultimately other schools with an overall objective to have an improved academic performance in the region, and nationally.

Plainly articulated, the teacher is the first point of call for academic performance and as such has to be motivated by the results of their performance, which can be easily be gauged by the results of their students.

Speakers on the night exalted the teachers’ as the cornerstone of learners’ approach to education before other stakeholders – which ultimately build on a cordial relationship that would ensure the much desired results.

Giving a word of motivation, Mathiba Primary Schoolhead Ntsholetsang Tebelelo emphasised that producing results should lean on a culture of excellence, adding this would then drive teachers at an individual level to always aim higher.

He encouraged the teachers to hold onto the current trend of performance for consistency and even move higher with the pass rates. He further called on the school to collaborate with other schools and share its success story, to be replicated for better performance in the area.


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