Eleven Mountain Cambridge School learners have talked their way to the national round of the Interschools Public Speaking League. During the recent Interschools Public Speaking League’s North West provincial competition, learners faced tough competition from around the nation. The 11 learners will compete against approximately 4 000 learners in the national round.
“This achievement is phenomenal, as only the top 10 learners per grade get the opportunity to compete at nationals. We couldn’t be prouder of our students’ dedication and hard work. To our 11 learners heading to the national round, we send our best wishes and wholehearted support.
Remember the wise words of Rob Brown: “If you can speak, you can influence. If you can influence, you can change lives.” Your voices have the power to make a difference, and we believe in your abilities to shine on the national stage,” the school said.

Junior speakers: In the back, Amélie van Staden, Liam Tucker, Moruo Rapoo, and in front, Ive Theron, Eveline Jeffrey, Kgalalelo Komape and Kgwerano Komape.

Seniors speakers: Imke Krige, Nicola Olivier, Isabella da Silva and Oratile Komape.

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