Oui all the way for St Dominic’s learners

These 18 learners from St Dominic's passed the international French DELF A1, A2 and B1 examinations in May.

This examination is recognised throughout the world and certifies the learners at a specific level of proficiency.

This certificate can then be used as proof of French proficiency when applying for jobs in South Africa and internationally.

The examination is marked by representatives from France and is composed of both a written and oral component.

The school is proud of this achievement.

Grade 10 learners Lushano Goossens, Jayde Polley, Laura Wheadon, Chloé Daoust, Caitlin Rajah and Katya Berimbau passed the A1 examination.

Grade 11 learners Mellina Williams, Zoë Robinson, Simoné Warrender, Abigail Roberts, Ange Kinunu, Caitlyn Neuwenhuys and Thato Motlafi passed their A2 examination.

The Grade 12s also excelled in the difficult B1 examination. They are Katelyn-Mae Carter, Sydney Pretorius, Refiloe Moshabane, Laura Manyeruke and Jenefer Haw.

  AUTHOR
Ischke de Jager
Journalist

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