Newsflash 21/11/19

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Global Leadership Summit Feedback:

We thank Global Leadership Summit Zimbabwe for allowing us and our pupils this incredible opportunity for profound input and impact.

Leon Maposa was recognised by the Summit Coordinators as showing outstanding potential through his active involvement and insightful comments. We are excited to be developing future leaders!

The Pupils Give Feedback:

“When I first attended the Global Leadership Summit, I was a timed and insecure girl. But, I left anew! DeVon Franklin (my favourite speaker) made me understand that my difference is my destiny, my difference is my power! I now know that my difference has a purpose, and that is to make a difference!” – Tinovimba Manjengwa

“I was touched when my favourite speaker, DeVon Franklin, talked about destiny. The path to success is very narrow which is why very few find it. God sets this path onto your map of life, and once you find your purpose, you would have uncovered the narrow path to your destiny!” – Simbarashe Taziwa

“This was my first time to attend the Global Leadership Summit and I believe it entirely changed my life as I learnt a lot of new leadership traits that I hope to implement in my life. It’s also important to be different because, ‘your destiny lies in your difference’.” – Karl Makahamadze

“It was my first time attending such an event and I was exhilarated to be part of something like this as I am a very passionate leader. 

My first lesson from this was that everyone benefits when a leader gets better. Me improving as a leader could help whoever I am leading to benefit from my improvement. I also learned to ‘GETMO’, which means Good Enough to Move On, and the value of being honest and full of integrity. I can’t wait for GLS2020!” – Leon Maposa

Junior Invitational Gala:

As indicated previously, we look forward to hosting Gateway, Petra and Goldridge for our Invitational Gala on Saturday 23 November. Please note that this is a COMPULSORY event for pupils. Pupils are to be at the swimming pool by 8:30am and are free to go home at the end of the event – approximately 1pm. 

End of Term:

Please take note of the following:

Lessons for all Form 1, 2, 3 and Lower 6 pupils end on Tuesday 3 December at 1pm, after which time Lower 6s are free to leave for the holidays. 

Parents of Form 1, 2 and 3 pupils are expected to attend Consultation Day on Wednesday 4 December between 8am and 1pm. Form 2 Forum will also be held on this day at 9:45am in the Pavilion. Note that after these events, pupils are free to leave for the holidays. All boarders are to have left hostel by 5pm at the latest on Wednesday 4 December. Note that there is no end of term bus as all pupils have to take all belongings home over these holidays. 

Magazine Update:

Please note that a major breakdown with our printers has contributed to the delay in release of school magazines. The target which is currently being worked on is to have the 2017 magazine distributed to pupils as they leave for the holidays and the 2018 magazines available when they return next year. We sincerely apologise for this unexpected delay. 

Reflection

“Laying your life down in tender surrender before the Lord will bring life, prosperity, and honour as your reword.” 

Proverbs 22:4 (TPT)

 

Newsflash 13/11/19

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Global Leadership Summit

We are very excited by the upcoming Global Leadership Summit. As indicated before, as part of our investment into our pupils we are in partnership with GLS Zimbabwe to have our pupils partake in this summit. As such, all Form 1, 2, 3 and Lower 6 pupils come to school at the normal time on Friday but instead of lessons, attend the summit. Day scholars will only be ready for collection at 4pm as this is a full day programme. Lunch and afternoon tea will be provided for day scholars on Friday. Day scholars are to return to school by 8:10am on Saturday for the second day of the summit – all meals will be provided for day scholars. Pupils will be done with the Summit at 4:30pm on Saturday. 

This is also a public event and members of the public are still welcome to register to attend. 

End of Term 

Please take note of the following:

Lessons for all Form 1, 2, 3 and Lower 6 pupils end on Tuesday 3 December at 1pm, after which time Lower 6s are free to leave for the holidays. 

Parents of Form 1, 2 and 3 pupils are expected to attend Consultation Day on Wednesday 4 December between 8am and 1pm. Form 2 Forum will also be held on this day at 9:45am in the Pavilion. Note that after these events, pupils are free to leave for the holidays. All boarders are to have left hostel by 5pm at the latest on Wednesday 4 December. Note that there is no end of term bus as all pupils have to take all belongings home over these holidays. 

Junior Invitational Gala

We look forward to hosting Gateway, Petra and Goldridge for our Invitational Gala on Saturday 23 November – 8am – 1pm. Please note that this is a COMPULSORY event for pupils. 

Reflection

“Seek the Lord and his strength; seek his presence continually!” 1 Chronicles 16:11 (ESV)

 

Our pupils doing their part in Mkoba at this month’s National Clean Up on 1 November

Newsflash 30/10/19

Dear Parents and Guardians, 

Junior Interhouse Gala – Those who are able are welcome to join us for the junior gala tomorrow afternoon: 3pm – 5pm. 

Lower 6 Lessons Resume – As indicated before, all Lower 6s are expected to resume lessons on Monday 4 November. 

End of Year Examinations Forms 1, 2 & 3 – These examinations will run from Monday to Thursday next week. Please see the attached programme for more details.

Update on Eagle in China – Form 1 Eagle, Atipaishe Makwangudze, is coming to the end of her trip to China. Coming top in Zimbabwe last term, she qualified to take part in the International Bridge Competition currently underway in China. You can view her performances on our MCC Eagles Facebook page. We are very proud of her. 

Resource Centre – Sincere thanks to you, our parents, for your continued support of the Resource Centre project. So far this term we have been able to purchase 22 000 load bearing bricks and 112 tonnes of ¾ quarry stone through the levy payments which you continue to make. Indications are that we need about 116 000 more bricks. We ask for your continued generous support through the Parents Assembly Committee ‘Buy-a-Brick’ Campaign. Every brick counts!! Please see the attached flyer for more details. We also ask parents of leavers to consider donating their security deposits (whole or partial) towards this cause. Those interested in doing so are to please let us know on vp2@mcc.ac.zw

Exam Class Information – Form 4, Lower 6 and Upper 6 pupils are now officially on SWOT leave. During this time, day scholars are not expected to come to school on days when they do not have examinations. However, any pupils who do come to school are expected to be at school by 7:20am. Note that pupils leaving school before 5pm are expected to get a gate pass in order to do so. Boarders will study up at school and are also expected to be at school by 7:20am. In all cases, proper school uniform standards are expected. Please note that pupils are still expected to follow ALL SCHOOL RULES during this time. ALL Form 4 & Upper 6 pupils are expected to complete the clearance process before final departure. Forms have been distributed. Form 4 and Upper 6 boarders are expected to leave hostel either the day of their final examination or the day after. Boarders are to not stay longer than that.

Upcoming Events 

  • Fri 1/11
  • National Clean Up Campaign @ Mkoba – 8am
  • Social Welfare Trip to Mkoba Hope Centre – 2pm
  • Interact Trip to Faith and Light – 2pm
  • Sat 2/11
  • U14 Boys Basketball Tournament @ CBC – 8am
  • Cricket Juniors & U16s vs Goldridge & Wiseowl @ MCC – 8am
  • Tennis vs Goldridge @ MCC – 8am

Reflection: “But let all who take refuge in you be glad; let them ever sing for joy. Spread your protection over them that those who love your name may rejoice in you.” Psalm 5:11 (NIV)

Newsflash 16/10/19

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Partial Exeat Weekend: As communicated yesterday, exeat weekend may be observed by those not involved in examinations. Thank you to all who have responded to our request for information by 1pm today. If your child will be staying in hostel for this weekend and you have not yet let us know, please do so today for purposes of planning. 

Please note the following:

Lessons end at 1pm on Thursday 17 October and those not involved in examinations may go home from that time. You can refer to the attached candidate list for further clarity. Note that ALL Form 2 pupils will only be free to leave from 3:15pm on this day due to their afternoon examination. 

Boarders returning to hostel on Monday 21 October may do so from 12noon. As we continue to work on security related issues, boarders may be subjected to searches on their return. 

For those not making use of school bus services, please remember that the usual signing out procedures must be adhered to, specifically if you or someone on your child’s signing out list is not coming in person, a signed letter should be sent in on admin@mcc.ac.zw indicating the alternative arrangements that you have made for your child. Please send your letters in by 10am tomorrow. Those hoping for school assistance to and from public buses should also put requests in writing. 

School Buses:

Tickets for the Harare buses are $280 one way, and $560 return. Payments are to be made into the school bank accounts and proof of payments sent to admin@mcc.ac.zw and bursar@mcc.ac.zw. As always, all tickets are subject to our confirmation and can only be done on receipt of full payment. Confirmations are generated by the Headmaster’s PA on admin@mcc.ac.zw. 

Note that in all cases, the buses will not wait for pupils who are late. Please also note that baggage allowance is one bag per person the size of the school sports bag.

The Harare bus will be at Prince Edward School by 1pm on Friday. Pupils returning on this bus are to be at Prince Edward School by 11:30am on Monday. 

PA Buy A Brick Campaign: As we continue to work on building our Resource Centre dream, we will be circulating a flyer this weekend from the Parents Assembly to assist with the practical building of this dream! 

We continue to encourage you to give your support to this project as we continue to work towards seeing the foundations laid. 

Suspension of School Ecocash Biller Code: As per communications sent last week, you are reminded that this service is not available at the moment and that all payments should be processed through the school bank accounts or at the Cashier’s office. 

Sanitary Wear Appeal: As part of our outreach programmes we are collecting sanitary pads and ladies pants to donate towards the ladies in need at Ngomahuru Psychiatric Hospital in Masvingo. Donations can be dropped off at Front Office through to the end of October.

SWOT Leave: With the change in arrangements for this weekend, it effectively means that SWOT leave starts for all Form 4, L6 & U6 pupils from 1pm tomorrow. During SWOT leave, day scholars who do not have examinations on that particular day may remain at home. Those with examinations should report to school in their proper uniform. Boarders who have remained in hostel for this time will SWOT at school and should also be in proper school uniform.  Lower 6 lessons resume on MONDAY 4 November. ALL FORM 4 and UPPER 6 pupils must complete the clearance process before final departure after their last examination. Pupils collect forms from the Front Office and can start the clearance process in advance of departure date. Form 4 and Upper 6 boarders are expected to leave hostel either the day of their final examination or the day after. Boarders are to not stay longer than that. 

Boys Grooming Issues: We expect our pupils to maintain stipulated hair standards. A barber comes to campus fortnightly, or more often when required, to assist hostel students. Although there is a sanitiser in place, parents are free to provide a set of clippers. The current costs for haircuts are ZW$12 for a standard haircut for juniors and ZW$15 for a fade for seniors. The usual expectation is for students to pay the barber upfront when they get haircuts using Ecocash. There have been some payment challenges of late where some students have indicated that they do not have money to pay for hair cuts, or in some cases, their Texta cards are not linked to Ecocash. Please be advised that where we encounter these challenges, we will be asking the barber to give students the needed haircut with the amount then being added to your account through the Bursar’s office in order to ensure that we maintain our standards in terms of grooming. 

Below is a reminder of expectations:

a) Boys hair must be cut so that:

i) The hair before the ear ends no lower than the bottom of the temple

ii) When combed downwards from the crown the hair does not meet the upper edges of

the ears;

iii) The nape of the neck is clear and the hair is off the collar

iv) The shape of the hair generally follows the contours of the head

b) Boys must be clean-shaved. No side burns, beards, processing or “Afros”

Reflection:

“But continually encourage one another every day, as long as it is called ‘Today’ [and there is an opportunity], so that none of you will be hardened [into settled rebellion] by the deceitfulness of sin [its cleverness, delusive glamour and sophistication}. Hebrews 3:12-13 (Amp)

Newsflash 9/10/19

Speech Day Appreciation

Our sincere thanks to all who joined us for Speech Day and to those who chose to partner with us in some way. Your presence and contributions are appreciated. 

Examination Season

Is in full swing. 

We pray that our examination candidates will acquit themselves well in this season. Please take note of a couple of key points:

  • SWOT leave for Form 4, Lower 6 and Upper 6 pupils starts on Monday 21 October. 
  • During SWOT leave, day scholars who do not have examinations on that particular day may remain at home. Those with examinations should report to school in their proper uniform. 
  • Boarders will SWOT at school and should also be in proper school uniform. 
  • Those with examinations before SWOT leave starts may take a mini-SWOT time. Where someone has a morning examination, they may SWOT the afternoon before the examinations. Where someone has an afternoon examination, they may SWOT that morning. Note that teachers are aware of the dual pressure and work with pupils to help them cope. 
  • Lower 6 lessons resume on MONDAY 4 November. 
  • Form 4 and Upper 6 boarders are expected to leave hostel either the day of their final examination or the day after. Boarders are to not stay longer than that. 
  • Attached is an overview of public examinations by examination level – O Level, AS Level and A2 Level. Please review this document to help ascertain when your child’s last examination is.
  • Note that all pupils need gate passes to leave campus in this season for any departures before 5pm or when boarders are signing out for the term. 

NIAA Congratulations

Hearty congratulations to Vongaishe Maibvisira, Ivan Muzondiwa, Chrispen Thomu, Tinovimba Manjengwa, Matifadza Mavesere and Cathrine Sibanda whose art pieces for the National Institute of the Allied Arts were seen to be top pieces and will be on display as part of the annual art exhibition at Hartman House from 12 – 17 October, and then at the National Gallery in Harare from 22 – 27 November. 

Congratulations

To Karl Makahamadze who has been elected as the Junior Mayor of the City of Gweru. We are very proud of him.

George Mitchells Uniform Branch In Harare

Please note that George Mitchells now has a branch in Harare – No 5 Murandy Square, Newlands Shopping Centre. They are one of our recognised school wear providers.

Upcoming Events 

  • Sat 12/10
  • ACSI U14 Boys Basketball Tournament – MCC – 9am
  • Cricket vs Petra – Jnrs & U16s – MCC – 8:30am
  • Tennis vs Petra – MCC – 8:30am

Reflection

“In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.” Matthew 5:16 (NIV)

Newsflash 18/9/19

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Speech Day: Will be on Friday 27 September. This is our pinnacle event of the year. Please make every effort to join us for this occasion. Proceedings start at 9am.

Visiting Psychologist & Author: We extend the invitation to you all to attend one of Collett Smart’s sessions. From Australia and well qualified, we welcome her expertise. Attached are flyers for her sessions in Harare, Gweru and Bulawayo. Gweru parenting seminar is on Monday 23 September at 6:15pm. The topic being covered is: “Raising Teenagers Who Flourish.”

Parcels Delivery/Collection: For those wishing to send parcels to their children, please use the official delivery channels such as DHL, ONE, Swift, Zimpost etc. Note that due to the cost of fuel and that low availability of it, we have to respectfully cancel the use of public transport for parcel delivery. In the event of an emergency, please liaise with the office. 

Upcoming Events:

Fri 20/9

  • ATS Public Speaking Competition @ Lomagundi College – 2pm

Sat 21/9

  • ATS Public Speaking Competition @ Lomagundi College – 8am
  • Girls Swimming – Southern Sections Gala @ Convent High School – 8am 
  • Boys Basketball – U14, U15m U16s @ MCC – 8am

Reflection:

“A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for adversity” – Proverbs 17:17 (ESV)

Newsflash 11/9/19

Welcome to Term 3 –

Thank you for your continued support and for all the efforts that you have made and are making to have your child in school. We do not take you for granted. As we start this term we want to reaffirm our commitment to giving of our best to see your child achieve their best. Where you have concerns, please be in touch with us. A reminder of communication avenues:

   Academic issues – 

   academics@mcc.ac.zw and vp1@mcc.ac.zw

   Co-Curricular issues – 

   sport@mcc.ac.zw

   Hostel issues – 

   hostel@mcc.ac.zw

   Counselling Issues –

   lifeskills@mcc.ac.zw

   Student Affairs Issues –

   studentaffairs@mcc.ac.zw

   Examinations Issues – 

   exams@mcc.ac.zw

A reminder as well that one of the roles of the Parents Assembly Committee is communication so feel free to also be in touch with any of the members.

 

Speech and Prize Giving Day –

Will take place at 9am on FRIDAY 27 SEPTEMBER. This is our pinnacle event of the year and it is our hope that every parent will join us for this occasion.

 

Adjustment to Weekly School Programme –

As indicated in yesterday’s communication, we have instituted a timetable change that will see lessons now ending on Fridays at 3:30pm for the first six weeks of term. 

 

Lifeskills Programmes – Driving –

This year we celebrate our 10th year of partnership with local driving school Zebra School of Motoring. Many of our pupils have been able to leave MCC with their drivers license. 

They are currently offering a “Back to School” special with the following rates:

Half Course Package

$300.00

Covers:

Provisional lessons

15 driving lessons

1 Free car hire

 

Full Course Package

$600.00

Covers

Provisional lessons

30 driving lessons

2 Free car hires

 

The promotion runs until 30 September.

 

We have found that pupils can quite quickly complete the full recommended course in a relatively short space of time, so can be considered for those who are about to leave school. For more information, please refer to the attached letter.

 

Reflection:

“But what happens when we live God’s way? He brings gifts into our lives, much the same way that fruit appears in an orchard—things like affection for others, exuberance about life, serenity. We develop a willingness to stick with things, a sense of compassion in the heart, and a conviction that a basic holiness permeates things and people. We find ourselves involved in loyal commitments, not needing to force our way in life, able to marshal and direct our energies wisely.” Galatians 5:22-23

Newsflash 4/9/19

Dear Parents and Guardians, 

Fee Payments & Admission Slips: 

Fee statements have been sent out via email, along with communication from the Principal Director’s desk. If you have not received yours yet, please let the Bursar’s Department know – bursar@mcc.ac.zw. Please note that for those wishing to use the option of spreading their fee payments, please complete the appropriate instalment forms available directly from the Bursar’s office. 

Start of Term Bus: 

There will be a school bus available to ferry boarders from Harare to school on Monday 9 September. This service is only for those who will have received clearance from the Bursar and paid their fare of $150 in advance. As always, seats are on receipt of full payment and on a first-come-first served basis with ticket confirmations coming from the Head’s PA on admin@mcc.ac.zw. Pupils will be expected to be at Prince Edward School by 11:30am on Monday 9 September. You are reminded that the bus will not wait for late-comers.

Reminder from Academics Department: 

We ask that you ensure that your children do not leave any of their text books and exercise books at home. Textbooks which are not brought back will be treated as lost. 

Note that we also expect ALL of our pupils to have their own Bibles – hard copies! If you are looking to purchase a new copy for your child, we suggest the easier to understand versions such as the NKJV or the NIV. 

In addition, in this examination season, please ensure that candidates have a complete examination kit. That is black pens, HB pencils, a ruler, a rubber, and a mathematical set and a scientific calculator for sciences and some technical subjects. Note that these are to be stored in a transparent plastic case or packet. 

Swimming: 

Is one of the main sports this term. Note that all Form 1, 2 and 3 pupils are expected to have swimming costumes and take part in the swimming programme.

Hostel Reminder: 

Pupils must bring enough clothes pegs for their casual wear laundry. Pegs to be labelled. Please also ensure padlocks are brought to secure all their valuables. Padlock spare keys must be handed in to Hostel Parents on arrival. 

When it comes time to pack bags, Parents please check what your child is packing to ensure no unwarranted material is brought to school. Searches will be done and inappropriate items will be confiscated so please help to avoid embarrassment for your child.

Speech and Prize Giving Day:

Will be on Friday 27 September. This is our pinnacle event of the year. Please make every effort to join us for this occasion. Proceedings start at 9am. 

Reflection: “For the eyes of the Lord move to and fro through out the earth so that He may support those whose heart is completely His….” 2 Chronicles 16:9 (Amp)

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Fee Payments and Admission Slips: Fee statements have been sent out via email, along with communication from the Principal Director’s desk. If you have not received yours yet, please let the Bursar’s Department know – bursar@mcc.ac.zw. Please note that for those wishing to use the option of spreading their fee payments, please complete the appropriate instalment forms available directly from the Bursar’s office. 

Start of Term Bus: There will be a school bus available to ferry boarders from Harare to school on Monday 9 September. This service is only for those who will have received clearance from the Bursar and paid their fare of $150 in advance. As always, seats are on receipt of full payment and on a first-come-first served basis with ticket confirmations coming from the Head’s PA on admin@mcc.ac.zw. Pupils will be expected to be at Prince Edward School by 11:30am on Monday 9 September. You are reminded that the bus will not wait for late-comers. 

Condolences: To the Liebenberg family on the death of one of our founding members and long serving trustee of Midlands Christian School Trust – Mr Heynie Liebenberg. We celebrate the life of him, and his wife Valda who died earlier this year, and their immense contribution to education through their commitment to our institution. 

Gweru Junior Council: Congratulations to Rufaro Chingwadza and Karl Makahamadze who have been appointed into the Gweru Junior Council for 2019. We commend these young leaders and pray for wisdom and grace as they execute their duties. 

International Exchange: We congratulate Wendy Mtisi on her selection into a Rotary Youth Exchange programme. She will be heading off to Germany for a year. We wish her all the best as she writes examinations and prepares to leave.

Hostel Reminder: Pupils must bring enough clothes pegs for their casual wear laundry. Pegs to be labelled. Please also ensure padlocks are brought to secure all their valuables. Padlock spare keys must be handed in to Hostel Parents on arrival. 

When it comes time to pack bags,  Parents please check what your child is packing to ensure no unwarranted material is brought to school. Searches will be done and inappropriate items will be confiscated so please help to avoid embarrassment for your child. 

Swimming: Is one of the main sports this term. Note that all Form 1, 2 and 3 pupils are expected to have swimming costumes and take part in the swimming programme. 

School Equipment: Please ensure that your child’s stationery items have been adequately replenished. Note that we also expect ALL of our pupils to have their own Bibles – hard copies! If you are looking to purchase a new copy for your child, we suggest the easier to understand versions such as the NKJV or the NIV.

Senior Boys Hairstyle Reminder – All Lower 6 & Upper 6 Boys: Below is the general reminder of expectation.

a) Boys hair must be cut so that:

i) The hair before the ear ends no lower than the bottom of the temple

ii) When combed downwards from the crown the hair does not meet the upper edges of

the ears;

iii) The nape of the neck is clear and the hair is off the collar

iv) The shape of the hair generally follows the contours of the head

v) Clip 1 must be used for Level 1 Fade. The side and the back of the head should not be balled but the hair should be shorter than the top base of the head 

b) Boys must be clean-shaved. No side burns or beards. No gel, processing or “Afros”

For boarders please be advised that we have a barber who comes to hostel weekly to assist with ensuring that boys are well groomed. Individuals pay a small ZWL fee. Although we have a sanitizer in place, please can parents provide a set of clippers for you child if you have any concerns.

Reflection: 

So above all, guard the affections of your heart, for they affect all that you are. Pay attention to the welfare of your innermost being, for from there flows the wellsprings of life.” Proverbs 4:23 (TPT)

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Consolidating Second Term: A reminder to those of you who have not yet accessed your child’s reports through the Senatical Portal to please do so. Spend time with your child going through their report and agree on strategies to ensure that this holiday is well used with a balance of work and a break. Public examinations are written by all Form 2, Form 4, Lower 6 and Upper 6 pupils next term, with examinations starting in the 4th week of term. Check your child’s Statement of Entry which they have to see their specific timetable.

We also urge you to connect with your child about their personal development, and issues such as friendships and relationships and their impact on them. Spend time cultivating healthy habits and boundaries with them that they believe in and are committed to so that they can ‘stand on their own’. Whilst academic success is key, the development of your whole child is vital and you as a parent have a critical role to play and we urge you to be deliberate in this. 

Alumni Visit: We were delighted to have Wayne Banda – Class of 2015 – return to visit us. Currently in his final year of Mechanical Aerospace Engineering in Australia, he gave some meaningful and honest insights to our pupils. We encourage you to specifically engage your child about what they remember and what they can have learnt from what he shared during his assembly.

Congratulations: To Joshua Nyamutora, Elizabeth Msipa, Ngonidzashe Mareverwa, Leeroy Tapfumaneyi, Anodiwa Ncube and Edmos Dube-Mabeza who were called upon to take part in athletics at the Youth Games currently underway in Gweru. Results so far:

Leeroy Tapfumaneyi – Gold Medal – Javelin, Silver Medal – Triple Jump, Bronze Medal – Long Jump

Elizabeth Msipa – Gold Medal – 100m

Joshua Nyamutora – 4th in the 100m Heats.

Gweru Golf Day: A huge thank you to all who supported this event. Great fun was had, and we appreciate the continued support for the Resource Centre construction.

CIE May-June Results: Will be available for viewing from 8am on Tuesday 13 August. Pupils were given access codes at the end of term with the directions for use. For any queries regarding access codes, please contact the Exams Department on exams@mcc.ac.zw 

Holiday School: Information was circulated at Consultation Day yesterday. If you did not receive the documents, please see the attached communications. Those wanting to book their children on the bus to holiday school can purchase tickets at ZWL100 a seat. As always, proof of payment is to be sent to admin@mcc.ac.zw and bursar@mcc.ac.zw. All bookings must be confirmed through admin@mcc.ac.zw. The bus will depart Prince Edward School at 12noon on Sunday 18 August. Pupils are to be at the bus by 11:30am. Note that there is no bus service at the end of Holiday School.

Holiday Office Hours: The school office will be open daily between 8am and 4pm (except for public holidays).

Reflection: 

“If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.” 2 Chronicles 7:14 (NIV)