Press Releases - Media Alert- World Teacher's Day
Media Alert- World Teacher's Day
DUAL CELEBRATION – A MOVE FORWARD
For the past eleven years, SACE has joined the teaching fraternity in the world in celebrating the World Teachers Day. The 5th of October is marked as the World Teachers Day. In continuation of this tradition, the SACE will celebrate this great occasion on Friday, 5 October 2012. The SACE will also use this day to open its new offices. The opening of the new offices is regarded as a milestone and for the very first time our educators will have a home of their own where they can come in and access the various services rendered at SACE. The State President is expected to deliver a key note address at this auspicious occasion.
The National Celebration of World Teachers’ Day aims to acknowledge and honour teachers in South Africa for the role that they play in the lives of young learners, as well as the excellent contribution that they make to society as a whole.
As part of the national celebration, outstanding teachers have been nominated from all 9 provinces and will be honoured at the celebrations. These teachers were chosen as remarkable examples of the service excellence and dedication to their work.
The national event will consist of two programmes.
You are invited to the national celebration hosted by the SACE:
DATE: 5 October 2012
TIME: 10:00 – 11:00 (official opening of the SACE new building)
11:00 – 13:00 (celebrating past, present and future teachers at a luncheon)
VENUE: 240 Lenchen, Centurion
Please join us in celebrating World Teachers Day, a day to honour the teachers of our country for the definite difference that they make to our children future.
Programme 1 (10:00 – 11:00)
Programme 1 will focus on the ‘Official opening of the SACE building’ which the State President is expected to do the official opening.
Programme 2 (11:00 – 13:00)
Programme 2 will consist of a ‘luncheon, held at the Lyttleton Manor High School in Centurion, in honour of the teachers and the teaching profession in South Africa.
For more information contact Themba Ndhlovu (SACE): 012 679 9717 / 071 606 3311
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