South East Education Division manager McGregory Alufandika has said study circles can be more helpful if students understand their significance in promoting quality education.
He said this last week when he visited Chikweo Community Day Secondary School (CDSS) to see how the learners are benefiting from the initiative.
“I am impressed with the outcome of the initiative and I hope the project will not [be abandoned so that it] benefits all students in the division. Hence, I urge school authorities to collaborate with the learners to produce best grades in national examinations,” said Alufandika.
The school’s head teacher Peter Khwalingwa applauded the division manager for his visit to the school to motivate the learners to work tirelessly to achieve their goals.
“The school is delighted that students are now familiar with the study circles’ activities and we, therefore, assure you that the project will continue and will be sustained,” he said.
The school’s head prefect Rodrick Lemson hailed the officials for introducing study circles.