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Excellence in Primary School Leadership

'My learners have hijacked my heart'

Excellence in Secondary School Teaching

'My learners' achievements become my achievements'

Excellence in Secondary School Leadership

'You must be the change that you want to see in your school and in your community'

Excellence in Grade R Teaching

'Teaching gives me a sense of completeness'

Kader Asmal Award

'To recognise a dedicated educational activist who led by example'

Excellence in Technology-Enhanced Teaching and Learning

'I believe in talking with children in order to bring and find lasting behavioural change'

Excellence in Teaching Mathematics (FET)

'My classroom is my valued space where I plant seeds and I treasure seeing them grow and blossom'

Excellence in Special Needs Teaching

'Words cannot describe the emotions experienced by both learner and educator when a basic skill has been mastered'

Excellence in Teaching Physical Science (FET)

'There’s nothing as fulfilling as helping learners attain the academic goals that they’d never even thought of attempting'

Lifetime Achievement Award

'Start small but keep moving'

Swart dedicates award to others

Winner of the lifetime achievement award says he could not have done it without the teachers, learners and parents at his school.

Gauteng teachers tops at NTA

Gauteng province scooped the most awards in the 2010 National Teaching Awards held last night at the Presidential Guesthouse House in Pretoria.

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