NW Education and Sport development hosts QLTC Awards

The Department of Education and Sport Development in the North West province had on Saturday, 24 March held a third instalment of its annual Quality Learning and Teaching Campaign (QLTC) Awards at Kgaswane Country Lodge in Rustenburg.

The awards were aimed at recognizing and motivating good performance of school level stakeholders who inculcate a culture of volunteerism in their neighbouring schools to improve the wellbeing of its learners by implementing inventive approaches to improve learner performance to its to expected outcomes such as the recognition and promotion of excellence towards provision of quality learning and teaching.

Over 500 stakeholders comprising of parental volunteers, school principals, teachers and business sector gathered under one roof to witness the excellent work of caring for an African child though this glamorous ocassion.
The awards ceremony were previously honouring schools and stakeholders at district and for the first time this year they were escalated to provincial level where both schools and external stakeholders were selected from their sub-districts and districts to contend at provincial level. First position winners in each of the nine categories were as follows:

  • Best Implementing Primary School: Phogole primary School, Dr. Keneth Kaunda district
  • Best Implementing Multigrade School: Bokamoso Intermidiate School, Dr. Kenneth Kaunda district
  • Best Implementing Secondary School: Thaba Morula Secondary School, Bojanala district
  • Champion in QLTC implementation: Are Itshokeng Primary School, Dr. Kenneth Kaunda district

Other categories included MEC’s award which honoured men and women for their self-sacrifice in caring for learners. Education partners such as businesses, pastors and sponsors were also honoured.

MEC for Education and Sport Development in the North West, Sello Lehari expressed his gratitude all nominees and winners for their contribution towards obtaining quality education.

“On behalf of the department I would like to acknowledge the contribution of all different stakeholders in the education sector. It is because of their immense participation that we are gathered here. We applaud you for dedicating your time and copy this positive contribution by these esteemed stakeholders towards ensuring quality education”, Lehari echoed.


Issued by the Media Liaison Unit
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Elias Malindi
Acting Spokesperson
072 115 4855/ 072 892 8399

Author: desd