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CENTRAL REGION REPORT - THIRD QUARTER 2016/17

OBJECTIVE/C INITIATIVES MEASURES BASE LINE TARGET STATUS


OMMITMENT
C1 1. Evaluate 1. Enrolment 1. ECCE: 1. Enrolment:
impact of By level: 3092, PRIM: 100% All schools have access to all
Inclusive Pre Primary, 108557, JC: learners including vulnerable,
Education Primary, 42974, needy, SEN, orphans, learners from
Policy. JC,BGCSE , OSET, SENIOR: remotest areas, irrespective of race,
Vocational and 18268, BRIG: colour and ethnicity.
2. Increase roll Tertiary (age, 3061,
out of Early gender) SEN, TECH: The 128/250 schools offering pre-
Childhood OVC Gross 706OSET: school have 190 classes.
Care and Enrolment Rate 3740
Education. and Net COL: 899. -The region continues to engage
Enrolment Rate community structures to identify
(GER & NER) 3. PRIM: facilities that can be availed for
3. Pilot silent No. Enrolled in 0.04% reception class.
drop out Skills JC: 0.3%
project. development SENIOR: 0.7%. -In Dimajwe and Setlhomo Primary
[OSET and SPED Schools, the reception classes use
4. Instill units] [by skill ,SEN VDC houses.
discipline in and gender]
learners. -The Region have already
projected additional 37 school to
start the programme in January
2017 which will bring a total of
165/250 schools and 85 schools
remaining.
3. Dropout rate 3. Drop outs: From 186 636 student admitted by
by level 0 % [Primary January 2016, 329 student dropped
(standard), 0% out.
gender, age, SEN, Secondary 1. Silent Dropout was piloted in two
OVC, and reason 0% ] schools being Makolojwane and
Mannathoko from September
2016 to November 2016.

IMPACT OF SILENT DROPOUT


Makolojwane Primary School
September 2016 November 2016
Improv No. of Improv Noted
ement student ement
noted s
B-A 1 B-A 1
C-B 6 C-B 7
D-C 15 D-B 5
D-B 1 D-C 8
E-D 7 E-C 1
E-D 1

Learners who dropped


September 2016 November 2016
Improve No. of Improve Noted
ment students ment
noted
A-B 2 B-C 1
A-C 1 B-D 3
B-C 2 C-D 8
D-B 1 D-C 8
C-D 6 D-E 5

-72 learners maintained their grades


with 9 maintaining grade B, 23
maintaining C, 32 maintaining grade D
and 8 maintained grade E for Term II
results.
-By November 2016, 50 learners
maintained their grades with 1 student
maintaining A grade, 8 maintaining
grade B, 15 maintaining grade C, 20
maintaining grade D and 6
maintained grade E.

Mannathoko Primary School


September 2016 November 2016
Improve No. of Improve Noted
ment students ment
noted

C-B 2 C-B 1
D-C 2 D-C 1
E-D 2 E-C 2
E-D 2

1. Learners who dropped

September 2016 November 2016


Improve No. of Improve Noted
ment students ment
noted
A-B 1 A-B
A-C 1 B-C 2
B-C 1 C-D 3
B-D 1 D-E 3
C-D 5

2.Unbecoming behavior
Four pupils were identified for displaying
very bad behaviour. Out of the four
pupils identified for unbecoming
behaviour, two have completely
changed for the better while two are
showing a slight improvement.
2. Late coming
Six pupils were identified for perpetual
late coming. After enrolling in the SDO
programme, two out of five are never
late for school.
3. Cleanliness
Five pupils were identified for poor
personal hygiene, characterized by
coming to school in dirty uniform,
uncombed hair, unpolished shoes and
impressed uniform. Currently their
general appearance has improved
tremendously and they are
encouraged to keep up the standard.
4. Level of Social values and Pastoral Policy are
discipline in implemented in some schools.
school Learners are actively involved in the
institutes- school governance through SRCs. The
schools are clean such as Kgatadimo
C2 CJSS and SPSS.
However some schools are still behind
in the implementation and they
experience a lot of challenges and
poor academic results.

1. Develop 1. Achievement 1.Pass Rate; 1. Pass rate 1. The Academic committee has
and at National PSLE: 71.3%, in national started working on the standards.
institutionaliz Examinations, JCE: 35.55% examinati
e regional - Regional BGCSE: ons: 2. 12 Secondary Schools were hand
academic - Pass rate at 22.99% -PSLE: 80%, held between August and
standards. all levels -JCE: 65%, September 2016.
2. Roll out (Primary, -BGCSE: 51%,
handholding JC, BGCSE, 2. 100% Impact of Hand Holding
strategy. Brigade 3. 2. Institutional
3. Conduct and adherence School 2014 2015 2016
action technical to quality Gosemama 37 52.2 51.7
research on Colleges) standards Mmachibaba 32.2 40.4 28.3
declining 4. Kutlwano 30.9 25.2 31.1
performanc Bobonong 41.2 25.3 28.8
e Tsetsebjwe 19.4 24.2 28.6
4. Utilize ICT in Makgadikga 24.9 23.5 16.1
teaching di
and Makalamabe 24.79 21.8 20.8
learning. di
Orapa 79.2 79.5 72.1
Kgatadimo 44.6 31.4 30.7
Mokobeng 25.2 22 28.7
Dikgatlho 18.4 15.5 18.3
Mokgalo 23.9 19.7 26.5
3. The committee has been trained on
AR and cascading is ongoing.

4. Training on COMP 101 was


undertaken which was assisted by
BUIST. Over 500 teachers from
Serowe, Moiyabana, Mahalapye,
Palapye and Tswapong teachers
registered from both primary and
secondary schools. 302 set for
examinations and passed.

The training boosted the number of


schools participating in ICT Regional
fair.

Home The programme started in St. Gabriel Primary School. It is a


remedial collaborative strategy for performance improvement which involves
strategy the teacher, child and the parent.

The programme makes parents and learners to reach consensus


on how they will both record and monitor the childs progress.

A total of 93 teachers from St Gabriels Primary , Makolo Primary,


Simon Ratshosa Primary, Moiyabana Primary, Mmashoro Primary,
Serowe Central Primary and Metsimasweu JSS. St. Gabriels
Primary did not have standard 7 classes for the past 2 years and
registered 85% ABC.
Even though Makolo Primary and Simon Ratshosa dropped by
4% and 3.2% respectively, the schools are still excelling with
Makolo Primary at 88.6% and Simon Ratshosa at 90.7%. Serowe
Central Primary also improved slightly from 81% ABC in 2015 to
81.3% ABC in the year 2016.

However, Mmashoro Primary School is the only school


implementing the programme and still performs below 50%. The
school scored 35.4% ABC in 2015 and 2016. The regional plan is
to roll out to other schools in the region and effectively monitor
the programme.