Zukhanye Phazi

ACADEMIC: GRADE 10 Masiphumele High School

Academic Progress:  Zukhanye has a positive attitude to school.  She is able to reflect on her efforts and notice strategies that work.  She is very proud of her isiXhosa and English marks but knows she needs to put more time into Maths and Geography, where she lost marks for not handing in a project.  Greater commitment will lead to stronger and more consistent results for Zukhanye.

Post-School Vision: Zukhanye wants to help people who are sick.  She has noticed that there are not enough doctors and health professionals and she wants to be someone who helps with this.  She is interested in studying in the health field.

GOLF: Handicap

Comment: Zukhanye has improved through all aspects of the game.On the range Zukhanye performs well and listens well to instructions.When on-course lessons take place she is focused and always ready to learn something new.Zukhanye has a good attitude and she can improve so much more when she practices and plays more golf.

LIFE SKILLS: President’s Award Bronze
Zukhanye received a note from The President’s Awards Office thanking her for her detailed Portfolio of Evidence on her Bronze Award. Working with the principal of the Masi Educare Centre helping to take care of children taught Zukhanye a lot of compassion during her Bronze Community Service during which she completed 24hrs.  Zukhanye helps out in the Masi library on a Thursday and helps out at Rachel’s Safe house on two other days of the week. She loves working amongst the children and helping to teach them to read.

Gaining confidence and improving on her English language during her Skill lesson on Public Speaking, Zukhanye has learnt to communicate effectively. This is turn has helped her with extra Academic lessons which she is doing for her Silver Skill Section. Completing the Bronze Adventurous journey with a smile after a difficult start Zukhanye has learnt the importance of teamwork which she will take with her when she takes part in the Silver Adventurous Journey in April 2017. She has found a new confidence with golf and is continuing to improve with her game as her Sport Section in the Silver Award.

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