Teaching and learning at the Morokweng Primary School in the North West Province has resumed schooling after a four-week shutdown due to an outcry by parents who complained about the conditions of the school.
The North West Department of Education confirmed the resumption of teaching and learning on Wednesday at the school in Morokweng Village near Ganyesa.
The department said that a recovery plan was in place to cover the lost teaching time.
Since the beginning of the third quarter in the school calendar, learners could not return to school because parents demanded a new school be built.
The school has since received 20 mobile classrooms to mitigate the challenging school environment. Two…
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