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Lwandai Celebrate Form Four Graduation Ceremony

Some form four students North Eastern Diocese Schools should strengthen cooperation among teachers, parents and students as one of the major strategies to improve academic performance. The advice was given at the weekend by Rev. Mwinuka, General Secretary for NED, during the Form Four graduation ceremony at Lwandai.
Mr Mwinuka observed that for Tanzania to develop into a prosperous nation, it must have a strong foundation in education.
Form four graduating class singing
This initiative is set to complement government’s effort in enhancing the future of students in schools as they are the future of this country, Mr Mwinika said.
His appeal came as a response to last year results in the 2010 Form Four national examination results, in which consecutive from 2007 no division O.
Rev Mwinuka (standing) graced as guest of honor
Joy coloured the faces of parents, teachers, students and other invited guests who attended the graduation ceremony. “Cooperation among our teachers, students and parents made us perform well,” Mr. Kaniki said, adding that they always strive for partnership in improving students’ academic performance.
Some Parents
However, he noted that some parents have been contributing to poor academic performance of their children due to their little involvement in following up their children’s school progress.
Lwandai has the total number 727 overall students. The graduating class has about 83 boys and 60 girls.
Guest pay a visit to new hostels buildings before graduation ceremony starts