Faithful One

He who calls you is faithful, who also will do it.

1 Thessalonians 5:24

The emphasis is actually on Jesus and not on ourselves. It is He who is the trustworthy one and no one else. He will finish the work in our lives, therefore all we need to do is put our complete faith in Him. He will keep us fit for the coming of The Lord. Jesus is completely dependable when He says something, we can be sure that He will do it – He will surely make it happen, we just need to be patient and hopeful.


A couple of weeks ago, we were invited to the Northern Cape to help in that desperate situation where there was no rain only fire and devastation. A pitiful sight to see, it looked completely hopeless. Those very brave farmers, shopkeepers, businessmen, schoolchildren, old-aged people put their faith in the Faithful One and not in their circumstances of fire, drought, heat and devastation. And do you know what? The Faithful One, Jesus came through for them. Rain, gently-soaking, prayer-answering rain is falling all over the Northern Cape. In some areas, they haven’t had rain for years and the rain is coming down. 

I want to say to you today, I don’t know what your situation is – Maybe you are facing a so-called hopeless situation. Don’t put your trust, or your effort or your faith in yourself. Put it in the Lord Jesus Christ and He will come through for you. He never ceases to amaze me when it comes to His steadfastness and dependability. I love Him so much. 

I want to say to you today my dear friend, put your trust in the Lord for your health, for your finances and for your future. Don’t put your trust in man and God will honour His word. He has never once failed me and that is why I get so emotional sometimes when I see the goodness of God.

Have a wonderful day as you contemplate, think about, the Faithful One. It will change your whole outlook towards life.

God bless you – Angus Buchan

Newsflash 21/10/21

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Global Leadership Summit 2021

All Form 1, 2, 3 and Lower 6 pupils will be expected to be at school on Saturday 6 November for the day for this year’s Global Leadership Summit programme. Pupils will have the opportunity to watch a number of the speakers as well as engaging in conversations and developments to help them assimilate the content. We thank Global Leadership Summit Zimbabwe for once again making this amazing programme available to our pupils. 

Tea break and lunch will be provided for all pupils.

Speech Day 2021

Note that this will take place at 10am on Saturday 27 November. All Form 1, 2, 3 and Lower 6 pupils will be expected to be at school for this function. We ask for attendance by Form 4 and Upper 6 students, although we are aware that public examinations will have finished by then. Prize winners in these forms will be specifically informed to give an opportunity to receive their prize in person. Note that due to COVID-19 protocols and regulations, this will not be a public event. Details for virtual viewing will be made available to you in due course. 

Clearance Procedures

A reminder that as Form 4 and Upper 6 pupils finish their public examinations, all pupils are expected to properly complete the clearance procedure within 48 hours of completion of their last examination. Pupils are being issued with their clearance forms on Monday. These forms are to be signed by all associated subject teachers, by sports department, by hostels, by library etc to confirm that all textbooks, sports equipment, library books etc have been signed back in with the school. The duly completed clearance forms must then be submitted to the Academics Director on one’s departure.

“Earn a Brick” Campaign

A reminder that all outstanding forms are needing to be returned, that lost forms will incur a penalty and that in cases where pupils did not manage to complete any tasks to earn money, a donation is encouraged. 

Allied Arts Speech and Drama Festival

The last few categories for this year’s virtual festival are currently being adjudicated and uploaded onto Facebook. Take a moment to watch and enjoy our Eagles’ performances. 

  • Natasha Jones, Alban Sianaga and Panashe Magadza with their dramatic excerpt from “An Inspector Calls” by J. B. Priestley.

  • Anotidaishe Ndoro, Theodore Masi and Kundai-Karl Mpame with their dramatic excerpt from “The Wedding Story” by Julianne Homokay

  • Takunda Denga, Sherpard Mathonsi, Ngonidzashe Mareverwa, Edmos Dube-Mabeza, Kudzai Garwe, Shaun Sigauke, Prince Moyo, Simeon Tivavenge, Malcom Mahwire, Kudakwaishe Man’ombe, Ngoni Hlatywayo, Kundai-Karl Mpame, Kevin Chifamba for their group experimental mime.


“The Lord who rescued me from the paw of the lion and the paw of the bear will rescue me from the hand of this Philistine.” 1 Samuel 17:37 (NIV)