We have been thrilled with the recent re-assessment results of our students in July 2011 :
· Sophie Harel posted an improvement of 1.7 years in her spelling age and her reading age increased by 1.6 years
· Mta Mabanga improved from 28% to a pleasing 84% for level one maths and she achieved 70% for level 2.
· Jamie-lee Wilson’s spelling age went up a full year and is now ahead of her grade level. Her comprehension has jumped up by another 1.6 years
· Danielle Venter’s comprehension age increased by 1.5 years and her reading by 1 year. Her spelling age has jumped 2.3years and is well ahead of her grade!
· Daniela Abreu’s comprehension age improved by 1 year 11 months and her spelling age has increased by 1.6 years—both scores put her ahead of her grade norms now. For her maths, Daniela improved her grade one numeracy score by 27% achieving 94%. She attained a commendable 95% for grade 2 numeracy.
· Dianne Naidoo recorded an improvement from 68% to 91% for her one maths reassessment and from 45% to 75% for the next level.
· Nicholas Stainbank’s spelling age has increased by 1.10 years
· Micaela Abreu (grade 5) has graduated from Tutor: her spelling is at Grade 7 level and her comprehension age is 1.2 years above her chronological age!
· Brett Myburgh graduated as he has now reached a grade appropriate level for his maths
· Aphiwe Miya has improved her reading age and comprehension age each by 1 year and her spelling by 1 year 4 months.
Tutor students are also seeing the fruits of all their hard work reflected in their achievements at school:
· Adrian van Rensburg achieved an A for his electrostatics physics test and 85% for a chemistry control test
· Luvuyo Nelani secured a scholarship to Michaelhouse
· Simeon Jaganyi scored 86% for his June exam English essay
· Neza Makhaye achieved 100% for her spelling test last term, for the first time this year
· Nokwanda Mlangeni was very proud to report a mark of 24/30 for a fractions test
· Hilton Brown got 80% for an English essay
· Sean Masson attained 83% for a physics test
· Hayley Keyser has improved to 62% for her maths
· Emmay Bray increased her Afrikaans mark by 14%
· Carlyle Volmink’s English mark improved by almost 20% to 74% last term
· Brandon Fortman’s maths mark went up from 59% to 79%
We are button-popping proud of you all!