History and Achievements of Lesetja Primary School

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Lesetja Primary School, founded by the Methodist Church in the 1920s-1930s in South Africa, transitioned from church to government management during the Bantu Education era. The school has a rich history of notable principals, steady growth, and outstanding student achievements across various fields. Today, under the leadership of Mrs. M.G. Jita, the school continues its vision of providing quality education for all learners.


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History and Achievements of Lesetja Primary School

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  1. Former Principal Mngomezulu Kgothalang Primary School was called Lesetja Primary This school was founded by Methodist Church in the year 1920 -1930 in South Africa. The methodist learners were all admitted in this school. The following Language were taught Sesotho Sepedi IsiZulu

  2. The Name: Lesetja Primary School THE GOVERNMENT OF THOSE DAYS REMOVED SCHOOLS FROM BEING MANAGED BY CHURCHES TO BE MANAGED BY THE GOVERNMENT. THEY INTRODUCED BANTU EDUCATION IN THE EARLY 1950 1957. LESETJA PRIMARY SCHOOL WAS NAMED AFTER THE FORMER PRINCIPAL OF THE SCHOOL MR LESETJA CHUENE.

  3. Mr H.L Kgobe Mr H.L Kgobe became the Principal of Lesetja Primary School in 1959. The School then had five(5) classrooms to cater for all learners from Grade one (1) to Grade seven (7). In the year 1965 1967 more classes were added to accommodate Grade eight (8)

  4. Enrolment in 1978 - 1983 The enrolment in 1978 to 1983 increased. New classrooms were added The classrooms were then sixteen (16).

  5. Progress in the School 1. School Produced good results 2. Mrs Mofokeng was good in needlework 3. Mrs Songo represented the school choir in Giyane 4. Ms Mokoena s netball was the best. 5. Mr Nteo produced good soccer players and best results for the school 6. Educators worked as team to produce good results in Athletics.

  6. Our Pride as Kgothalang Primary We are proud as a school that we produced Doctors, Nurses, Educators, Police , Lawyers, Social Workers, Pastors and many good community members.

  7. Principals List 1. No record for Principals before Mr Lesetja Chuene 2. Mr Lesetja Chuene 3. Mr H.L Kgobe 4. Mr G.D Mngomezulu 5. Mr M. Vilakazi 6. Mrs P.M.M Mashazi 7. Mrs M.G Jita

  8. Present Principal The Present Principal of Kgothalang Primary is Mrs M.G Jita

  9. vision Ensuring that every learner successfully achieves quality education which will enhance the learner s future endeavours.

  10. Mission We are committed to create a conducive environment through innovative and quality education in class

  11. ORGANOGRAM PRINCIPAL : MRS M. JITA SCHOOL MANAGEMENT TEAM FOUNDATION PHASE DEPARTMENTAL HEAD = MRS H.M MAMAILA INTERMEDIATE PHASE DEPARTMENTAL HEAD = MR M.C DLAMINI SENIOR PHASE DEPARTMENTAL HEAD = MR P.P MASITENG

  12. GRADE R : MRS M.D.E KHUMALO GRADE 1 : MRS H.M MAMAILA FOUNDATION PHASE GRADE 2 : MRS L. NCHABELENG : MRS M.S KEMANE GRADE 3 : MRS N.E MAHLONG : MRS J.H PEKANE

  13. GRADE 4 7 MR M.C DLAMINI MR J.S MALEKA MRS J.M VELAPHI MR C.O MOFOKENG MR P.P MASITENG MRS P.S MABENA MS O. BALOYI INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR

  14. Learner Enrolment Number of Learners Enrolled for 2023 = 480 Number of Educators = 15 Qualified G A s 4 State Employed and 2 SGB Employed

  15. COMPUTER CENTRE : CLICK FOUNDATION READING PHONEMIC AWARENESS LEARNER TOILETS KITCHEN ACHIEVEMENTS

  16. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Maintain healthy relationship with social development which assist home visits of learners with challenges identified by the school.

  17. SAPS Maintain relationship with community patrollers and SAPS

  18. Extra and Co- curricular Exposing learners to extra and co- curricular activities

  19. Extra and Co- curricular activities Maths Olympiad Spelling B Athletics Soccer Netball Chess Choir

  20. Nutrition Programme Feeding Scheme

  21. Parent Workshop Educating parents on how to support their children. Saturday Extra Classes for Mathematics and English Education Programme Click Foundation Program

  22. Challenges Language Barrier (LOLT) Negative impact on results Transition from Sesotho to English in Grade 4. Undocumented learners Disadvantages GDE allocation

  23. Parental Involvement Parental involvement Assistant with homeworks Reinforce work done in class Poor attendance to parents meeting Poor communication (Parents don t update their contact details)

  24. Learner Transport Learner Transport Learner attendance Learner Late coming Learner Absenteeism High number of Drop outs

  25. Members of the Society Psycho-social factors Learners carry parental burdens because of poverty Exposure to drugs Child headed families Domestic violence Violence in the community Social Media Orphanage

  26. Goals Strive for Excellence in Education Provide learners with skill and mentality to succeed in life.

  27. Education Education on importance of education against crime Networking with prisons

  28. Police Create safe environment at school through program of adopt a COP. (Network with SAPS)

  29. Goals Raising awareness on the impact of drug abuse and consequences (NGO s)

  30. ICT in Education ICT schools Primier Panyaza Lesufi s call to transforming schools through technology.

  31. Cultural Values Create a culture where all children feel loved, respected and courage to reach their full potential.

  32. Wish List Grade R Mobile Class Grade R Playground Mobile Library Netball court Soccer ground Admin Block Ceiling Replacement Painting (Interior and Exterior)

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