Develop positive mindset towards learning

Staff Reporter

AN education coordinator with the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has challenged people to develop a positive mindset towards education.

Mrs Bertha Gata who is Chipinge District Early Childhood Development Coordinator and Trainer said this during a speech which she gave as guest of honour at a prize giving ceremony held on December 6, 2022 at Green Sprout Primary School, Maunganidze Business Centre in Chipinge West.

Mrs Gata went further to urge parents to support learners’ talents since it’s in line with Competent Based Curriculum.

Mrs Bertha Gata

“I urge parents/guardians to continue supporting the learning process. I hope you are all aware that primary education system is now 9 years. That means children are spending more time at school and teachers have a good relationship with them in order for everything to go smoothly.

“Today, I challenge you parents/guardians to develop a positive mindset towards the learning of the child. This will definitely give us the positive results we all want. I pray to God that He will give us the strength to work even harder for our children. They are our future leaders,” said Mrs Gata.

Director Mrs Winnie Munyokowere Breakfast

Green Sprout Primary School which is directed by Mrs Winnie Munyokowere Breakfast opened doors to learners in 2019 at Maunganidze Business Centre near Birchenough Bridge in Chipinge.

Principal George Tafangenyasha

The primary school is under the stirring of Principal Mr George Tafangenyasha and has a staff compliment of 17 teachers and 422 learners.

Event Director Madam Effort Singadi

It also has a secondary school arm named Green Sprout Secondary at the same business centre.

One of the drum majorettes performers

The school chain is popular for presenting drum majorettes and poems during district events in Chipinge.

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