GDE has a standing agreement with Child line to assist learners who experience stress due to exam pressure or after receiving results.
Learners can phone Child line on their toll-free 0800 055 555 or 011 645 2000 (during working hours) for counselling assistance. Parents or members of the community are also urged to use these contact details for learner support.
The Grade 12 results will be released on January 4, 2019 at schools and will give us a clear indication on our performance as our aim is for learners to compete on an international scale, especially in maths, science and technology.
GDE would like to wish all our Grade 12 learners the best of luck and assure them of our full support. Learners are urged to conduct themselves with honesty during the examination process. Cheating may result in a criminal record.
Gauteng MEC for Education, Panyaza Lesufi, said, “To all learners, this is an opportunity for you to show the world your capabilities, and this should be a milestone to open opportunities for your future endeavours.
“Tears and sweat taste the same but will get you different results. Tears will get you sympathy and sweat will get you change, best wishes to you all,” said Lesufi.
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