Rhodia Project Management (RPM) has officially opened for matric part time class attendance at Nkgonyeletse high school on Saturday’s. The director of the project, Cyril Sekome said the project is aimed at assisting those in need for lessons.
“The project is targeting the high school drop outs, who failed matric and the so called mio learners. We believe our sessions on Saturday will enable them to have and gain knowledge on how to approach matric examinations. We implore all non-matriculate to come forward to be part of the project,” he said.
The RPM director said the formation of the project is aimed at assisting the above mentioned, and this amongst others includes learners who dropped out from grade nine to eleven during the previous years. He said the drop outs learners have an opportunity for them to register. Cyril said examinations need preparations and thus project have qualified tutors to guide learners.
“In our project we help people to obtain their matric certificate. We felt was injustice for non-matriculate to approach exam without preparations and we created an alternative to help them,” he said.
He said the project provide the learners with adequate information to enables them to pass their matric. Cyril said majority were unaware of the project and they have a chance to register, especially in rural area.
“Some people never know that second chance for matric re write is existing especially underprivileged learners. Private mentorship is offered to those who can’t make it on Saturday’s,” he said.
The director said he was not impressed due to recent matric rewrite results. He believes with the project intervention the performance will change.
For more information contact and whatsapp the director at 076 973 4202