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2016 Achievements

PEPPS Polokwane College is proud to have achieved a 100% pass rate with an 83% Bachelor Degree pass.
Below are our Top Achievers for the 2016 IEB Matric Examinations:

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Miles Ilorah

Okechukwu Ilorah – 82% Average

5 distinctions:  English Home Language (80%), Information Technology (88%), Life Orientation (93%), Mathematics (84%), Physical Sciences (82%).
Okechukwu was in the Top 1 Percentile of results for Life Orientation.

Okechukwu (Miles) has been accepted to study Medicine at University of Cape Town

Grace Isiaho

Grace Isiaho – 80% Average

4 distinctions: Afrikaans FAL (81%), English Home Language (80%), Geography (80%), Life Orientation (88%)

Grace has been accepted to study Medicine at University of Pretoria.

 

Vhoni Sadiki

Vhonani Sadiki – 78% Average

3 Distinctions: Business Studies (93%), History (83%), Life Orientation (87%)
Vhonani was in the Top 1 Percentile of results for Business Studies.

 Vhonani has been accepted to study B Comm Accounting  at University of Cape Town

Matshidiso Segooa

Matshidiso Segooa – 73% Average

3 distinctions: Afrikaans FAL (86%), Business Studies (89%), Life Orientation (83%)

Matshidiso hopes to study Accounting at University of Johannesburg 

 

Congratulations to the Class of 2016! We wish you every success for the future.

 The educational experience of PEPPS learners has laid their foundations and placed them on the path to become South Africa’s political, social and economic leaders of tomorrow.

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2015 Achievements

 

Anna Lennox

Anna Lennox – 85% Average

7 distinctions: Afrikaans FAL (80%), Business Studies (86%), English Home Language (83%), Life Orientation (93%), Life Sciences (84%), Mathematics (86%), Physical Science (84%).
Anna was in the Top 1 Percentile of results for Life Orientation.

Ntsako Mteleni

Ntsako Mteleni84% average

6 distinctions: Afrikaans FAL (80%), Engineering Graphics and Design (89%) English Home Language (82%), Life Orientation (87%), Mathematics (85%) and Physical Sciences (84%).

 

Rimbilana Shingange

Rimbilana Shingange84% average

4 distinctions: Engineering Graphics and Design (87%) English Home Language (86%), Life Orientation (93%), and Information Technology (90%).
Rimbilana was in the Top 1 Percentile of results for Life Orientation.

Katharine Spencer

Katharine Spencer – 80% average

 4 Distinctions: English (81%), Life Orientation (95%), Business Studies (82%) and Life Sciences (82%).
Katharine was in the Top 1 Percentile of results for Life Orientation.

 

Khmera Dayah

Khmera Dayah78% average

3 distinctions – Life Orientation (83%), Mathematics (83%) and Life Sciences (80%).

Mmatlala  Selemelo

Mmatlala Selemela – 78% average

 3 distinctions – Afrikaans FAL (83%), Business Studies (83%) and Life Orientation (85%).

 

Kamogelo Mamabolo

Kamogelo Mamabolo – 78% average

3 distinctions – Engineering Graphics and Design (85%), Mathematical Literacy (91%) and Life Orientation (83%).

Khensani Makwala

Khensani Makwala – 77% Average

2 Distinctions: Mathematics (80%) and Life Orientation (91%).

 

Alexia Madziwo

Alexia Madziwo – 74% average

 3 distinctions – Business Studies (80%), English Home Language (80%) and Life Orientation (89%).

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PEPPS Polokwane College is proud to have achieved a 98% pass rate with
an 89% Bachelor’s Degree pass. The school average was 65%
with 67 distinctions.

 

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2014 Achievements

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Cailin MORRIS
Cailin Morris

7 distinctions
86% average
Top 1% of results for Life Orientation

Rhabela MKHABELA
Rhabela Mkhabela

4 distinctions
84% average
Top 1% of results for Life Orientation

 

Phophi GELEBE
Phophi Gelebe

6 distinctions
84% average

Merissa JOUBERT
Merissa Joubert

5 distinctions
83% average
Top 1% of results for Afrikaans FAL

 

Coretta MTEBULE
Coretta Mtebule

4 distinctions
82% average
Top 1% of results for Life Orientation

Atiyyah VALLY
Atiyyah Vally

5 distinctions
80% average

 

Johan De Lange

4 distinctions
80% average
Top 1% of results for Life Orientation

Ruta Pudi

5 distinctions
79% average

 

Overall Results

100% Pass
86% Bachelor Degree Pass
90 distinctions
66% average

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2013 Achievements

Dear Parents and Guardians of PEPPS
The goals, opportunities, potential and blessings of 2014 await! I wish you and your children a very happy and fulfilling year and thank you for your continuing loyalty to PEPPS.
It is my pleasure to share with you the matric results of the Class of 2013.

IEB Results

9580 full time and 586 part time candidates from 185 schools across the country wrote the Independent Examinations Board (IEB) National Senior Certificate examinations in November 2013.
2013 saw an increase of an additional 621 learners that wrote the IEB examination, compared with 2012. This increase came from 4 new institutions that have joined the IEB as well as from increases in learner numbers at existing schools.

The 2013 pass rate is 98.56%, comparable to 2012’s pass rate of 98.2%. All candidates that passed achieved a pass that is good enough to enter tertiary study at one of the three levels. 85% of the cohort achieved entry to degree study and 12% qualified for entry to diploma study. 1.5% achieved entry for study at the Higher Certificate level.

 

PEPPS Polokwane College is proud to once again have achieved a 100% pass rate with a 78% Bachelor’s Degree pass (44 out of 55 matrics). 10 of our matrics achieved a Diploma pass, and one achieved a Higher Certificate level pass, thus all matrics may proceed to tertiary study.

There are 125 learners nationally whose performance in the IEB exams is commendable or outstanding  i.e. they have been ranked in the top 5% of learners in 5 or more subjects and scored 80% or more in Life Orientation. Shirin Shaker of PEPPS is one of these learners. Shirin achieved a 91% average and 8 distinctions:  Accounting (87%), Afrikaans FAL (92%) English (89%), Life Orientation (97%), Life Sciences (88%), Maths (93%), Maths P3 (91%), Physical Science (93%). Shirin was in Top 1% of results for Afrikaans FAL, English, LO, and Physical Science.

Other outstanding performances by PEPPS learners include:
Sofonias Negussie83% average

6 distinctions: English (80%), IT (83%), LO (86%), Maths (93%), Maths P3 (83%) and Physical Science (85%).
Tiro Hutamo – 82% average

6 distinctions: Afrikaans FAL(80%), English (84%), LO (87%), Maths (80%), Life Sciences (86%) and Physical Science (80%).
Tiro Setati – 83% average

5 distinctions: Accounting (81%), Geography (84%), LO (91%), Maths (88%) and Physical Science (88%).
Aniel Bezuidenhout80% average

5 distinctions: Afrikaans FAL (90%), English (86%), LO (91%), Maths Literacy (97%) and Geography (83%).

Aniel was in the Top One Percentile of results for Maths Literacy.
Caitlin Caswell82% average

4 distinctions – Accounting (82%), Business Studies (86%), CAT (83%) and LO (98%).

Caitlin was in the Top One percentile of results for LO.
Blessing Rapotu81% average

4 distinctions – Accounting (83%), LO (88%), Maths (85%) and Physical Sciences (85%).
Madimetja Mashilo – 78% average

4 distinctions – Accounting (85%), Business Studies (86%), LO (92%) and Maths (86%).
Reratilwe Thobejane – 74% average

4 distinctions – Business Studies (88%), English (81%), LO (83%) and Life Sciences (82%).

Saffiyah Hassim and Angelique Abrahams were also in the Top One percentile of results for LO.

 

2013 Averages per subject:

  ACC AFR BS CAT EGD ENG GEO IT LS LO Math ML PS
IEB 62 63 62 60 67 68 65 67 67 73 64 75 62
PEPPS 62 62 76 60 52 67 63 67 66 78 63 73 58

 

4 matrics wrote Advanced Programme English. The Advanced Programme English course has been benchmarked as equivalent in demand to UK A-levels and provides talented learners with an opportunity to explore in depth an area in which they have specific talent or interest.  PEPPS sees part of its mission as providing its learners with the opportunity to keep abreast of global standards and test themselves against the standards of our international counterparts. The learners achieved a 100% pass rate in the exam.

It is no secret that talent or intelligence alone does not produce academic success and excellent results in the NSC examination. Such achievement is the result of many years of hard work from these candidates. I must emphasise and give appreciation to the role played by teachers and parents in supporting these young people to reach this important milestone.

The educational experience of PEPPS learners has laid their foundations and placed them on the path to become South Africa’s political, social and economic leaders of tomorrow. Congratulations to the Class of 2013! We wish you every success for the future.

Kind regards,

Leigh Melville
Head – PEPPS College

 

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