Their students performed extremely well, with 18 receiving distinctions (over 80%) and 7 receiving merit (over 70%). Those with distinctions were awarded with a special place on UNISA’s Roll of Honour – an outstanding achievement.
One of HAM’s students in particular, 11-year-old Jasmine Banson from Hermanus Primary School, did exceptionally well. She received three distinctions: for theory, violin and piano. Jasmine was also awarded a Hennie Joubert Merit Prize for Grade 1 Piano. This prize only goes to the top two candidates in the country in each grade, irrespective of the instrument they play.
HAM’s music coordinator, Anna-Marié Kotzé, is very proud of all of the students. Anna-Marie and two other music educators teach cello, piano and violin at Enlighten.
If you would like to support Enlighten’s music department by making a donation, contact Trust Manager, Magriet Peter at firstname.lastname@example.org