Friday June 30 2023

Newsflash 30/6/23

Dear Parents and Guardians,

CIE Examinations Registration and Payment Deadline – 30 June:

A reminder of this important deadline. Please liaise with the examinations department if you have any remaining queries. 

Please note that for subjects written in this 2023 May-June examination session, registration will take place after publication of results (10 August – AS-A2 results; 16 August – IGCSE results)

Assessment Results:

Are now available for review on the Senatical Parents Portal – 

For assistance in accessing or navigating this portal please email Please note that detailed reports will be released for all pupils at the end of term, and Consultation will take place on Wednesday 2 August for all Form 4, Lower 6 and Upper 6 pupils. We maintain that engagement is important – and should you like to specifically discuss your child’s academic performance, please contact our Director of Studies, Mrs Sango, on

Top Academic Achievers for this Assessment Period:

Form 1 – Nyasha Makoni – 4A*s & 6As

Form 2 – Rutendo Chidawanyika – 8A*s & 3As

Form 3 – Vongai Mutambara – 6A*s & 5 As

Form 4s – Nicolle Venge – 3A*s & 3As

Lower 6s – Jessica Manhambo, Mlindeli Ndlovu & Nokutenda Tombindo – 17 points

Upper 6s – Matifadza Mavesere – 18 points 

Teacher Achievements: 

Following results analysis, we celebrate the following teachers for quality results achieved by their pupils under various examination boards:

Mr R. Meki – London College of Music – Music

Mr K. Banda – Cambridge – Design & Technology 

Mr C. Ndoro – Centre for Language Education and Cooperation  – Chinese 

Ms M. Msutu – Cambridge – English

Mrs M. Mhangami – Cambridge – Business

Mrs C. Munyanduki – Cambridge – French 

Mrs O. Mupanda – Cambridge – Physics 

Ms. N. Bvunzawabaya – Cambridge – Divinity  

Miss M. Maibvisira – Centre for Language Education and Cooperation  – Chinese 

Mid-Year Examinations:

Please refer to the relevant year group timetables for more detail. Please note the following:

  • Form 3s & 4s examinations start 3 July and end 14 July
  • Form 1, 2 & L6 examinations start 7 July and end 14 July
  • U6 examinations start 10 July and end 14 July
  • Lessons will take place up until examinations start
  • Day scholars may be collected between 3:30-3:45pm from 3 July to 14 July or at 5pm. 
  • Day scholars who do not have an examination on a day during their examination period can remain at home to study. 

Day Scholar Bus Shuttle: The schools would like to be able to offer a day scholar bus shuttle service using the following route – Riverside, Windsor Park, Kopje, Town. The service will be on offer from Wednesday 5 July until the end of term for a cost of $85. Please note, however, that we need a minimum of 30 people to be able to run this service. Should you be interested in signing up for this, please let us know by end of day Monday 3 July.

National Institute of the Allied Arts Speech and Drama Festival:

We congratulate all of our participants in this event. The adjudicators were impressed with the standard in the Midlands region. Our pupils received a total of 5 honours grades (which was comparable to what they had awarded in the entire first week of the festival in Harare), as well as 16 First Grades. Please see the attached detailed schedule for the full list of results. 

Congratulations –

To Tristan Pararai on his selection into the Zimbabwe U17 Basketball Team! 


To Vuyisile Ndlovu, Rudorwashe Machikicho and Tadiwanashe Moyo on their selection into the U16 ATS Basketball Team and to Ms Msutu on her appointment as manageress for this team. 

Upcoming Events

1 July

  • Common Assessment Paper for 2024 Form 1s – 8am
  • Soccer – 2nd Team & 1st Team – vs Falcon @ MCC – 10am

3 July – 14 July

  • Mid-Year Examinations


Let love be without hypocrisy. Abhor what is evil. Cling to what is good. Be kindly affectionate to one another with brotherly love, in honor giving preference to one another; not lagging in diligence, fervent in spirit, serving the Lord; rejoicing in hope, patient in tribulation, continuing steadfastly in prayer; distributing to the needs of the saints, given to hospitality.” Romans 12: 9-13 (NKJV)