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LIMPOPO educator earns special recognition

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Written by Administrator Tuesday, 04 March 2014 11:13

 

Hi

My name is Phuti Ragophala, and I'm a principal from Pula Madibogo Primary School in Limpopo Mankweng circuit. I teach Economic and Management Sciences grade 7, and have just been recognized by Microsoft for the work I am doing to inspire and engage my students in the classroom. I am one of the 250 educators from around the world selected as an Expert Educator and will attend Microsoft Partner in Learning Global Forum March 11-14 in Barcelona,Spain.

When duty calls

I was selected for my project"Planting seeds" Changing lives! That talks about Sectors of Economy (different stages on how food is produced), technological tools that were used to enhance teaching and learning & how the lesson impacted learners and community members. I have been teaching for 27 years at Pula Madibogo Primary School, of which nine years being a principal.

If you are curious, you can learn more from the Microsoft in Education blog

I would be happy to have you visit my classroom to see the impact on student's first-hand and share more about their success.

Best

Phuti Ragophala

082 839 3642

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Pulamadibogo Photos

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Limpopo does it again

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Monday, 19 November 2012 09:05

A Limpopo school principal, Phuti Ragophala, scooped this year’s prestigious Super Teacher Award at a ceremony held at Montecasino in Fourways, Gauteng, recently.

Ragophala beat six other finalists to become the second teacher from Limpopo province to win the award, after Melia Moeketsi did so last year.

 

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BACKGROUND OF THE SCHOOL

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Pula Madibogo started in 1966 on the 17th of January as one of the first Primary Schools here in Mankweng. It started with the enrolment of 63 learners, two educators and one block of 4 classrooms.

 

 

As we speak today it has 23 educators, 1030 learners and 17 classrooms of which we are still running short of four classrooms and administration block.

The School has been growing very fast ever since. The following are the project that the school is engaged in:

 

  • Perma culture and Baswa le meets.
  • State of Environment.
  • Global Climate Change.
  • Education and National Teaching Award.
  • Awareness of HIV / AIDS.
  • Arbour day.
  • Advocating Government symbols e.g. national flag.
  • Child line and vulnerability of learners.
  • Fund raising.
  • Adopt a child campaign.
  • Baswa le meetse.
  • Inauguration of prefects every year.
  • Advocacy of Maths, Science and Technology to other schools.
  • Learning spoken French language in preparation for 2010.

 

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MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL

 

Welcome to Pula Madibogo Primary School. I, Ragophala P.G.T, the Principal of the school, hope and believe you will enjoy knowing more about our school after going through the school’s website.

Let me seize this opportunity to inform you that Pula Madibogo Primary School is a public school operating according to the statutes of the National Department of Education.

This school strives to offer high quality service through zeal, imagination and common sense. Allow me to inform you that Pula Madibogo Primary School educators are proud of the service they render and are able to meet the demands of change. The school has produced prominent national and provincial leaders.

 

As you go through what appears on the website, I wish to invite your contribution in whatever positive way that will contribute towards the school’s development.

Thank you