Welcome to the first issue of the 2017 PSCBC Newsletter, a quarterly publication that highlights important information relevant to the PSCBC throughout the year.
In this edition we have included the following events; PSCBC EX-CO Operational Planning, PSCBC hosts a delegation from Zambia on a study tour and Tracker’s Tomorrow Man Programme.
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Circular 1 of 2017: Improvement in conditions of service for employees on salary levels 1 to 12 and those covered by OSDS and Salary Scales 2017/2018
The PSCBC would like to applaud the class of 2016- Matric learners, who have passed their National Senior Certificate Examinations, which saw more Learners from Schools in Township and Rural Areas (Quintiles 1,2 and 3) passing.
We would like to express our gratitude to the Educators, Administrators, Parents, and more especially the Students for their hard work throughout not only the Matric year but all the way from the Foundation phase as each phase was vital in ensuring that the students reach the milestones that they have achieved with their results today.
UNESCO declared the 5 October as World Teachers' Day.
World Teachers' Day represents a significant effort to raise awareness, understanding and appreciation for the vital contribution that teachers make towards education and development across the globe.
In many countries, the quality of education is undermined by a deficit of teachers and added to the challenge of numbers is one of quality, all too often, teachers work without resources or proper training. The stakes are high, because today we face a global learning crisis, with 250 million children not acquiring the basic skills of reading and writing
The PSCBC Newsletter, Winter Edition, is now available for download.