About Mrs Lorraine Khoza
Mrs Khoza received her first junior degree in BA Education at the University of Johannesburg which was formally known as VISTA University, B.Ed Honours in Education at the University of Johannesburg which was formally known as Rand Afrikaans University (RAU) and her Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) at the University of South Africa (UNISA). Mrs Khoza has many years of teaching experience and joined St Catherine’s in May 2009.
Mrs Khoza is currently teaching Grade 8 to 12 isiZulu. She is passionate about teaching isiZulu literature and poetry and likes coaching her pupils about life experiences, as well as explaining the beauty of literature in novels and poetry.
As a teacher she loves to see her pupils performing to their optimum level, and also to realise the beauty of diversity regarding language development and not forgetting where they come from.
Apart from teaching Mrs Khoza is also involved in cultural activities especially in music as she is a choir teacher.
Mrs Khoza favourite word of advice is “Listening is a Skill”. She believes that it is very important to listen to what others say before speaking. Mrs Khoza loves coaching young women and men about life and issues that they may encounter and as such, she is involved with the training and teaching of young women in her local church and also assists with the AA rehabilitation for young men and women in the township who have been negatively affected by the usage of drugs and alcohol and are trying put their lives together.