Some fear that more than 100 grade 12 understudies at Lemana High School in Elim, near Louis Trichardt, Limpopo, can not float through their year's end tests. This as a security association, which has clearly been obliged for just about 15 months of portion from the public position, has gotten the school premises, keeping educators and understudies from getting to them since Monday.
Grade 12 understudies have been going to a nearby school since Tuesday, while lower grade understudies sit at home.
The teachers offered an explanation to work outside the school premises.
Gatekeepers Tinyiko Mkharhi and Kenneth Ramikhithi say taking their youngsters to another school, Elim High, is expensive.
"I have a grade 12 understudy by and by going to Elim High and it's exorbitant to show up. "
"I have two understudies at Lemana High School, so we have an issue. We have found that the school is closed, it requires seven days presently as shown by the grade 12 understudies. It is genuinely trying for transport. From our town to Elim, the outing costs essentially 6 kilometers.
In the meantime, Limpopo Education agent Tidimalo Chuene said they would meet today to ensure classes progress forward Monday.
"The area office is meeting and a sincere get-together of the SGB is arranged this evening at 2 pm to decide the issue through all streets open to us. His objective is again to come up with a restorative outline plan for understudies who couldn't be in class this week.
Grade 12 learners at Limpopo school could miss writing final exams - SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader.
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