Certificates Awarded for good conduct and dilligence

Certificates for Good Conduct and Diligence were awarded to students you have been positive in class or made a favorable contribution to a particular task. These certificates no longer exist in the present day as we now have a more informal policy when praising students when they have accomplished something great. Teachers usually tell the students and tell them when they have done something respectful instead of handing out certificated. In junior school, teachers hand out stamps called ‘cor unum’ which is added to a chart where you are awarded a certificate each five stamps and finally, a silk pennant when you achieve 25 stamps.

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