Chang’ombe Demonstration Primary School at Dar es Salaam University College of Education organized the 54th graduation ceremony for Standard Seven leavers on 31st September, 2018.

At the New Lecture Theatre were gathered a total of 93 pupils – 48 boys and 45 girls, who sat for Primary School Leaving Examinations (PSLE) between 5th and 6th September 2018.

The Deputy Mayor of Temeke Municipal, Mr. Juma Mkenga, officiated on the historical event saying, ‘Let us this day have a round of applause for all our standard seven children.’

In his key address, the guest of honour congratulated the outgoing class and school management for this milestone and what the school had achieved over the past years.

Let us all be proud of the best performance our School has been having in the recent years, and to the graduating pupils; go and publicize this school for its quality education and the best teaching and learning environment” said Mr. Mkenga.

The guest of Honor, Mr. Juma Mkenga (Deputy Mayor, Temeke Municpal), The School Head Teacher Mwl.Bubelwa Gerlad Ishengoma and the School board Chairperson Mr. Hanzuruni Amri Mtebwa on arrival to the graduation venue
From Left: School Head Teacher, Mr.Bubelwa Gerlad Ishengoma, Deputy Mayor of Temeke Municipal, Mr. Juma Mkenga and School Board Chairperson, Mr. Hanzuruni Amri Mtebwa, standing for the National Anthem at the opening of the graduation ceremony.

 

The Deputy Principal – Administration, Dr. Method Samwel Samwel Semiono (Right) and the Dean of Faculty of Education, Dr. Joel Kayombo (Left), following events during the graduation Ceremony

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A cross-section of Chang’ombe Demonstrastion Primary School standard even pupils singing the School Song during the graduation ceremony

 

It was also a moment for the remaining students to sing goodbye messages to the graduating sisters and brothers.

Moments of traditional dances – teachers joined pupils in style to cheer the outgoing pupils

 

‘Well done, well done!’ Ms. Zamla Juma Ngwaya receiving her primary school leaving certificate from the guest of honour, Mr. Juma Mkenga. All the outgoing pupils received the leaving certificates marking the end of their primary school cycle.
                                               The standard seven pupils holding their school leaving certificates and banquet of flowers posing with teachers