Outreach Trip to Rusununguko

Our Social Welfare Club focuses on community impact and outreach and this past Saturday went on a specific outreach trip to Rusununguko High School. Below are some of the comments from the pupils who went out as well as some photographs from the day.

 

On Saturday the 20th of January, I was privileged to be part of the social welfare team that travelled to Rusunuguko High School in Shurugwi. I met new people and made new friends. I enjoyed the musical collaborations between the Rusunuguko pupils and the Midlands Christian College pupils. We discussed topics such as peer pressure, puberty, talents and the most important of all, salvation. Many of the pupils gave their lives to Christ; this was a beautiful scene to watch. – RUFARO CHIKARANGO 4Y

 

We had an amazing experience when we visited Rusununguko high school in Shurugwi. We got the opportunity to bond and understand each other’s similarities and differences but this was not the most important part of the visit. The most important part was that we got to preach the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ and some of the scriptures we shared with them came from the following books Mathew 6vs 33 and Luke 18 v 27. We then went on to pray for them and it was during this time when 38 students from Rusununguko High School gave their lives to Christ. We were so happy and we rejoiced with them. This was an experience like no other.

CHIKOMBORERO CHIKARANGO – U6

 

 

Yet another exhilarating trip to Rusununguko High School! We had ourselves the entire day to socialise with our fellow age-mates who some of us already knew from our previous trip there It felt good to once again be in the same place after so long.

To start us off for the long day, we had a praise and worship led by Shingi and Jacob (deputy head boy at Rusununguko). Thereafter we received a lovely performance from the choir at Rusununguko as it got people dancing, joining with some even ululating. It was quite the jovial atmosphere.

Our very own Chikomborero Chikarango also engaged us in some very powerful preaching. His message focused on the marvellous works of God and how he can change our lives drastically for the good if we put our trust solely in him. We then invited to the front all those who wanted to surrender their lives to God.38 pupils gave their lives to the lord. We prayed for them, thanking God that some lost sheep had returned home and for him to guide them in this new journey they had decided to take with Christ.

In our generation, there are many problems that concern us as teenagers and as a result various solutions are spread on how to tackle them best. However people often neglect the word of God as their guide in navigating these problems. We had separate open-discussion questions as juniors and seniors, talking about topics concerning relationships and dating.

And would it really be a rural outreach with no actual visit to a rural homestead. Together we visited Mbuya Munyanyi just to stop by and sing for her as well as provide some company, thought sadly it had to be short-lived as we were a little behind schedule. She was so moved by our visit that she shed some tears and said never in her life would she forget the day the Lord blessed her with our presence.

We managed to donate some gifts to the school, mainly in the form of groceries and stationery as our revenue did not permit us to really buy much. I hope next time people find it in their hearts to give willingly in order to support the club. Mrs Mhangami gave a vote of thanks and words of encouragement to serve God.

After a long, tiresome though awesome day, we said our goodbyes, took some selfies then we were on our way back home. We almost shed some tears, but the promise that Rusunuguko made, to come visit us, made us feel better. We greatly look forward to their visit. We thank our teachers Mrs Mhangami and Miss Makuvaro for guiding and encouraging us to serve the needy.

BENHILDA NJEREKAI (CLUB PRESIDENT).

 

 

Mother-Daughter Weekend

Vessels for the Master’s Use

Deliberate, quality time to draw away together as mothers and daughters is so important. With good input from the main speaker; facilitated discussion times; and bonding time  the mother-daughter relationship is strengthened and deepened. From past experiences, this camp is a very special and life-changing time.

This year’s theme is Vessels for the Master’s Use.

Date: 23 – 25 February
Venue: Antelope Park, Gweru
Time: Check in & Registration 2pm onwards – Fri 23/2; Departure 10:30am – Sun 25/2
Cost: TBC

 

PROGRAMME

Friday 23rd February 

2pm onwards – Check In &     Registration

7pm – Dinner

8pm – Session 1

8:45pm – Introductions

– Praise & Worship

9:30pm – Bed Time

Saturday 24th February 

8am – Breakfast

9am – Session 2

9:45am  – Session 3

10:30am  – Break

Saturday 24th February Contd.

10:45am – Activities

12:15pm  – Session 4

1pm – Lunch

2pm – Session 5 –   Separate Mother &   Daughter Groups

3pm – Session 6   Feedback from the   two groups

4pm – Session 7 – Mother   & Daughter   Bonding Time

5pm – Activities

7pm – Dinner

8pm – Special Night   Event

9:30pm  – Bed Time

Sunday 25th February 

8am – Breakfast

9am – Q&A-   Resolutions

10am – Closing   Remarks

10:30am  – Departure

 

3 days and 2 nights at Antelope Park – experience the stunning view of nature and make lasting memories.

 

Good Decisions Benefit You – Bad Decisions Cost You!

Today’s message from Pastor Pswarai – “Good decisions benefit you – bad decisions cost you!”

Decisions are made in private but results are seen publicly – the challenge is to make those decisions in private that can be publicly celebrated.

Matthew 7:24-29The Message (MSG)

24-25 “These words I speak to you are not incidental additions to your life, homeowner improvements to your standard of living. They are foundational words, words to build a life on. If you work these words into your life, you are like a smart carpenter who built his house on solid rock. Rain poured down, the river flooded, a tornado hit—but nothing moved that house. It was fixed to the rock.

26-27 “But if you just use my words in Bible studies and don’t work them into your life, you are like a stupid carpenter who built his house on the sandy beach. When a storm rolled in and the waves came up, it collapsed like a house of cards.”

28-29 When Jesus concluded his address, the crowd burst into applause. They had never heard teaching like this. It was apparent that he was living everything he was saying—quite a contrast to their religion teachers! This was the best teaching they had ever heard.

Newsflash 2/1/18

Welcome to 2018! We are excited by this year and look forward to seeing the fulfilment of all that God has in store for us and our pupils! As indicated above, this year’s theme is THE YEAR OF CONNECTING WITH TRANSFORMING HOPE.

School Fee Payment Arrangements:

Please be reminded that the Bursars’ Department is no longer handling staggered fee payment arrangements following the appointment of EQUALS by the Board. EQUALS personnel are at the school from 2 – 12 January. They can also be reached on the following numbers; +263 4 852345/55 or +263 4 851386 and emails; mcs.payments@equalsonline.com or mcc.payments@equalsonline.com.  Alternatively they can be contacted at the following address; 2 Northend Close, Northridge Park, Harare. However, parents/guardians are still free to contact the school with regards to any challenges they face in dealing with EQUALS, or to raise any special requests.

The school is the only institution issuing admissions slips, so regardless of means of payment, all parents need to send through proof of payment BY FRIDAY 5 JANUARY 4pm to bursar@mcc.ac.zw in order for admission slips to be ready for collection on Monday. 

 

Hostel Reminder – Laundry: 

Every boarder pupil who last year was in Form 1, Form 2, Form 3 and L6 each received 50 units of sew-on name tags. The expectation is that by the time we open school every boarder pupil will have these sew-on name tags clearly sewn on all their uniform items.  Since there are 50 units per child, there is provision for socks to have sew-on tags as well. The positioning of the name tags will be as follows :

 

Girls – Blazer on the left top pocket

Blouse/shirt on the lower edge of the left sleeve

Skirt on the left side of the waist band

Trousers on the left side of the waist band

Shorts on the left side of the waist band

Boys – Blazer on the left top pocket

Shirt on the lower edge of the left sleeve

Shorts on the left pocket-diagonally

Trousers on the left pocket- diagonally.

Please refer to the Hostel Check List on the Boarding Life page of our website to ensure that you have the correct quantities of items. www.mcc.ac.zw Checks will be done at the start of term.

 

First Term Sports:

SWIMMING IS COMPULSORY this term for all Form 1, overage Form 3 pupils, Form 4, Lower 6, Upper 6. Please ensure your child has the correct swimming costume.

2018 Indemnity Forms

Please complete the attached indemnity form for 2018 and return either via email or at the start of term. Thank you!

Reflection: 

“May the God of Hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in Him, so that you may overflow with Hope, by the power of the Holy Spirit”.  Romans 15:13

Final Newsletter of 2017

As this year draws to a close, there is so much to celebrate. 2017 has indeed been a year of celebration.

Herewith the Principal’s closing remarks for this year.

Shalom!

 We are thankful to God for guiding and protecting us throughout this relatively short but very busy final term. We are glad to report that both internal and external examinations went smoothly and hopefully productively. The results for the Cambridge examinations are awaited on 10 January 2018 and 17 January 2018 for ‘AS’/’A’ levels and ‘O’ Level respectively.

 

Staffing

We are saying farewell to Miss R. Munjeri who diligently served as our Receptionist for eight years and also assisted at Kestrel Hostel. Mr A. Jonga who was a valuable member of the Life Skills department and also assisted at Eagle Hostel is leaving MCC after serving for eight years. We appreciate both members of staff for adding value to our institution for the season they were part of us. We wish them God’s richest blessings as they move on to new ventures.

          

Celebration

In the spirit of finishing 2017 strong, Year of Going the Distance in Excellence, Biblical Orientation and

Celebration, our Eagles rose to the challenge by their active participation on different fronts.

 

(a)          The MCC Robotics Team, consisting mainly of Juniors and a few F4 pupils made another piece of          history by successfully defending the national champions title at a First Lego League tournament held in Harare last week. Their coach, Mr C. Chigwanda, was also crowned with the best coach award. The team comprising;

  • Ryan Chimedza – F1
  • Weinster Mubata – F1
  • Anotidaishe Gaka – F1
  • Tawananyasha Musingarabwi – F1
  • Alban Sianaga – F2
  • Theophilus Nenhanga – F2
  • Kundai-Karl Mpame – F2
  • Sean Nyagura – F2
  • Sevie Chirasha – F2
  • Tafadzwa Shumba – F2
  • Joel Mukaratirwa – F4
  • Darren Shonhai – F4
  • Anesu Marufu – F4 and
  • Owen Chihumelah – F4

One spectator remarked that our team “walked away with first place hands down”. We truly praise the Lord.

 

(b)          The College staff and pupils were greatly enriched through the Global Leaders’ Summit which MCC hosted for the first time three weeks ago. Several leadership initiatives have since taken off as part of this timely and empowering global experience. In spite of making attendance on second day optional for pupils, more that 100 Eagles signed for the event. We are truly excited that so many appreciate the importance and need to take up and be intentional in growing their leadership. This          can only be good news for Zimbabwe’s future and let alone the world at large. We are encouraged that the part of our MCC Creed which reads, “I am a focused Eagle, teachable, secure and

adaptable, an exemplary leader…” finds fulfilment through these efforts.

 

(c)          One of the key conditions for our accreditation by Association of Christian Schools International is that MCC is committed to the pursuit of excellence in education, to meet the established accreditation standards, and follow an ongoing school improvement plan. One of the areas where this is actively taking place is in staff development. Since last year, 2016, when our school received the international accreditation teachers have committed to improving the academic and professional qualifications. This is also in          recognition of the wisdom in the saying that, “when a leader or teacher stops growing, then they should stop leading or teaching respectively. It is no secret that the third part of MCC Vison reads, “To impact pupils and the community with Christian values through motivated, committed and highly qualified teachers and a Bible curriculum.” (Isaiah 55:4-6)

I would like to sincerely congratulate the following for successfully attaining higher academic and professional qualifications:

NameQualificationTopic / Area
Mr Kalila BandaMaster of Education in Curriculum StudiesImplementation of Technical and Vocational subjects : A case of three high schools in Gweru
Miss Nyasha

Bvunzawabaya

Masters in Social Sciences : Child and Family StudiesThe impact of Social Network on teenage behaviour : A case study of Gweru Urban Schools
Dr Michael ChawiraDoctor of PhilosophyConstructing an enabling learning environment for the development of critical thinking skills in History teaching
Mr Cosmas ChigwandaMaster of Science in Materials Chemistry DegreeDevelopment of an anionic resin based on Chitosan beads modified with sodium dodecyl sulphate (SDS) for the sorption of lead in aqueous solutions
Miss Sibongile

Manyakaidze

Bachelor of Education in Business StudiesAn assessment of tax compliance in small to medium enterprises : A case study in Harare, Zimbabwe
Mr Sylvester MhangwaMaster of Education in MathematicsDetermining the nature of knowledge possessed by mathematics teachers and how it its deployed in teaching. A case study of four

secondary schools in Gweru District

Mrs Takana MoyanaMaster in Food Science in NutritionNutrient Composition of Sesame seed and the effect of processing on phytate and oxalate content
Miss Doreen NdhlelaSpecial Honours Communication and Media DegreeAn exploration into the extent that social interactive media is creating the problem of cyber bullying among youth. A case study of whatsapp, facebook and Instagram Zimbabwe
Mrs Ngoni SibandaMasters of Science in Special EducationAn analysis of Challenges Faced by Deaf Learners Using Assistive Technology : The Case of Jairos Jiri

Holiday

The next four weeks are intended to offer a total break and much deserved rest for both our pupils and teachers. In an academic world where our teachers and pupils are compelled to work throughout the April and August holidays, December offers the much awaited escape from the pressurized, demanding academic schedules. As much as possible allow pupils to have fun and rest before the commencement of another season staring on 8 January 2018.

 

Hostel Fees for Term 1, 2018

Please be advised that the hostel fees will be reverting back to the approved level of $1 740 with effect from Term 1, 2018. This has been

necessitated by increase of food costs since the fee reduction offer of 2015.

 

2018 Fees payment arrangements

May all our parents and guardians please be reminded that the Bursar’s department is no longer handling the staggered fee payment

arrangements following the appointment of EQUALS by the Board. As advised in earlier communications, EQUALS personnel will be at the school to assist parents on the following dates;

6 – 7 December 2017

2 – 12 January 2018

They can also be reached on the following numbers; +263 4 852345/55 or +263 4 851386 and emails; mcs.payments@equalsonline.com or mcc.payments@equalsonline.com Alternatively they can be contacted at the following address; 2 Northend Close, Northridge Park, Harare

However, parents/guardians are still free to contact the school with regards to any challenges they face in dealing with EQUALS, or to raise any special requests.

Download (PDF, 2.14MB)

 

December Break Office Hours

Please be advised that the office will close on 20 December 2017 at 4pm and reopen on 2 January 2018.

 

From the Hostel Desk

  1. Laundry matters

Following the rise of lost items in our hostels, it has become imperative to take drastic measures to address this worrying issue to both

parents and the College. Going forward, all uniform items will be labelled on the outside and not inside a clothing item. Every boarder pupil in Form 1, Form 2, Form 3 and L6 each received 50 units of sew-on name tags which are in red on white material. The expectation is that by the time we open school next year, 2018, every boarder pupils will have these sew-on name tags clearly sewn on all their uniform items. Therefore, every parent/guardian is asked to ensure that these tags are sewn on neatly on all their child’s uniform items by the time we open next year in the first term. Since there are 50 units per child, there is provision for socks to have sew-on tags as well.

 

The positioning of the name tags will be as follows :

 

Girls -Blazer on the left top pocket

Blouse/shirt on the lower edge of the left sleeve

Skirt on the left side of the waist band

Trousers on the left side of the waist band

Shorts on the left side of the waist band

 

Boys – Blazer on the left top pocket

Shirt on the lower edge of the left sleeve

Shorts on the left pocket-diagonally

Trousers on the left pocket- diagonally.

 

The advantages of having tags on the outside are that pupils will not be tempted to wear a uniform item that does not belong to them and hide under the guise that they assumed it was their piece of clothing because name tag was non existent and invisible. The sew-on tags seem to provide a measure of longevity as well rather than the laundry marks from laundry markers which after a couple of washes fade away.

Labelling on the outside on the front of the garment will also allow ease with identification of pupils by name for our visitors to the school.

 

  1. Uniform lists

To allow for efficient laundry turnover, we have included uniform checklists for both boys and girls. This checklist is also found in our

Orientation booklet. Every pupil is expected to have all the required uniform items and adhere to the quantities stated. At the beginning of each term, duty staff will do a thorough check of each boarder’s uniform items and where the stipulated standard is not met, parents will be reminded and expected to top up the uniforms. Please see lists attached.

 

  1. Haircuts

Our boys need to be clean-shaven and neatly turned out at all times so shaving is necessary. As such, pupils are allowed to bring their own personal clippers if they so wish. The school has regular barbers who come through fortnightly or weekly where need be.

 

IT Policy matters

Attached is information on usage of IT gadgets which is important for all our pupils and parents/guardians to know. Please study the

information carefully.

 

Calendar Events

6 December 2017

– Consultation Day – F1s, F2s and

F3s (8am to 1pm)

– Form 2 Forum (9:45 – 10:45am)

 

2018 –

7 January

Form 1 Boarders check in

(12 noon – 4pm)

 

8 January

– Form 1 Orientation

(10 am – 3:30pm)

– Form 2 to Upper 6 Boarder check in (12 noon onwards)

 

9 January

Lessons begin

 

15 to 19 January

– Form One Orientation Camp

 

25 January

Inter-house Cross Country (2pm)

 

27 January to 1 February

– PE Camp

– Stewards Camp

 

2 to 4 February

Mother-Daughter Camp

 

16 February

– PAC AGM (11am)

 

19 to 20 February

Exeat

 

22 February

Lessons resume

 

10 March

Inter-house Athletics Competition (Compulsory) – (7:15am – 5pm)

 

12 to 16 March

Lower 6 Camp

 

16 March

Grade 7 Open Day (10am)

 

24 March

Triangular Athletics Competition (Compulsory) – 7:15am -3:30pm)

 

28 March

– Consultation Day – F1, 4 & U6

(8Aam – 1pm)

– School ends

 

CHRISTMAS REFLECTION:  

“Behold, the virgin shall be with child, and bear a Son, and they shall call His name Immanuel, which is translated, ‘God with us.’ (Matthew 1:23)

 

This coming Christmas, each and every one of us can give the gift of God’s likeness through us. When each of our lives reflect the God who lives in us, we can be different from the world around us. That difference can bless others with the transforming presence of His love and grace – Joe Stowell

 

 

 

Global Leadership Summit Feedback

What a privilege to have been one of the host centres for this year’s Global Leadership Summit in Zimbabwe! Not only is it a great development for the Midlands, but it also afforded our pupils an amazing opportunity for exposure to some great material.

We firmly believe that all of our pupils are leaders – with or without a title, so sowing into them is critical as we work to build the ‘exemplary leaders’ mentioned in our MCC Eagles’ Creed.

Following Bill Hybels session, a special time was spent with pupils helping them to identify one of ten strengths in who they are from the list below:

  1. Differ with others without demoralising them
  2. Conduct spirited conversations without ‘drawing blood’
  3. Do not interrupt other and do not dominate the conversation
  4. Limit volume levels when talking, and refuse to use harsh or explosive language
  5. Be courteous in words and actions with everyone
  6. Do not stereotype or draw quick conclusions about people
  7. Form your own opinions carefully and be open to change your opinion
  8. Apologise immediately when wrong instead of denying or blaming
  9. Show up when you say you will show up, and do what you say you will do
  10. Set ‘rules of respect’ and enforce them on your team

As a symbolic gesture – seeds were planted by the various groups formed from the above principles and a pray was said for the shown traits to grow in the pupils as they develop in their leadership.

To formalise the importance of this, following the summit, we had a special tree planting ceremony to serve as a permanent reminder of the importance of these characteristics and in how we need to be deliberate in growing these attributes in our pupils.

 

Newsflash – 17/11/17

Dear Parents and Guardians, 

 

Outreach Christmas Party:

A reminder of the appeal that went out earlier this week for support towards our special outreach Christmas party. Donations can be sent to the front office, and financial contributions towards the day can be deposited into the school’s bank account, or paid through the school’s Ecocash number: Biller Code: 47449. Please reference your payment – ‘Lifeskills Party’ and send through the proof of payment to bursar@mcc.ac.zw and lifeskills@mcc.ac.zw. For further discussion – you can contact Mrs Musa on 0772 350 327. We would be grateful to have received contributions by Wednesday 22 November.  Sincere thanks to those who have already come forward!

Ways that you can assist: 

  • Sponsorship towards t-shirts – we plan to be able to give every child a special party t-shirt. These are valued at $10 each.
  • Donate finances towards food for the party, or drinks towards the event
  • Donation in cash and kind towards gifts for the children. Suggestions for gifts:
  • Toys for the young ones
  • Shoes
  • Toiletries
  • ‘bling for teenagers’, belts, jewellery, sunglasses, caps etc
  • Toiletries
  • Undergarments, clothes.

 

Global Leadership Summit:

Pupils are engaged in the programme until 4:30pm. Saturday remains compulsory for all Lower 6s, and an option for the day scholars who signed up to attend.

 

Day Scholar Pick Ups:

Please note that day scholars should be collected by 6pm. In cases where pupils are not picked up by this time, pupils will then need to be collected from hostel – please see the member of staff on duty to do so.

 

Triangular Gala:

Join us if you can for this event on Saturday 25 November – 9am to 12:15pm. You are reminded that this is a COMPULSORY EVENT for pupils.

 

“And the second, like it, is this: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.” Mark 12:31 (NKJV)

 

Newsflash – 10/11/17

Global Leadership Summit:

As per yesterday’s communication, all Form 1, 2, 3 & L6 pupils will be involved in this event.

Friday 17 November – Pupils report to school at the usual time. The programme will run until 4:30pm after which time day scholars may go home. Lunch will be provided for day scholars on this day.

Saturday 18 November – Is compulsory for all Lower 6 pupils. Form 1, 2 & 3 pupils may attend if they would like to but have to have registered to do so by Wednesday 15 November. Lunches will be provided for those who have registered.

Pupils to be at school by 8:10am. The programme will run until 4:30pm.

 

This is a public event so if you or your friends or colleagues would like to join us, register at www.glszim.org or email cdeysel@mcc.ac.zw

 

Equals:

A reminder that the Equals representatives will be at school today should you like to find out more or complete the necessary paper work with them ahead of next term.

 

Lessons Resume:

For all Form 1 – 3 pupils and Lower 6A pupils on Monday 13 November. L6S & L6C pupils attend the Global Leadership Summit with their lessons resuming on Monday 20 November.

 

Junior Triangular Gala:

Saturday 25 November: Advanced notice – this event is compulsory for all Form 1 – 3 and Lower 6 pupils.

 

“Cast all your cares upon Him, for He cares for you.” 1 Peter 5:7 (NKJV)

 

Newsflash – 01/11/17

Dear Parents and Guardians,

 

Family Bonding Day

A huge thank you to everyone who joined us for this day!! We had about 220 families with us! Your sacrifice and dedica?on to sowing into your child’s life is sincerely appreciated. The Lord bless you!

 

Sports Cancellation

Please be advised that in light of the mass drug administration exercise tomorrow – Thursday 2 November – and the upcoming End of Year Examinations – there will be no sport tomorrow so day scholars may go home at 3:30pm. Those who do not go home at 3:30pm will do supervised study un?l 5pm at which ?me they can be collected.

 

End of Year Examinations

For Form 1, 2, and 3 pupils start on Monday and end on Friday. Please see the attached programme for details. Pupils are required to be at school on the days that they have examinations. Day Scholars may leave school between 1 – 2pm and then after 3:30pm. Any other time will require a gate pass.

 

Our Phone Numbers Have Changed

With effect from today: 054-2224930 / 2223153 / 2220905 / 2221993 / 2220788.

 

Global Leadership Summit

Note all Form 1, 2, 3 and Lower 6 pupils will take part in this on Friday 17 and Saturday 18 November from 8am – 4:30pm. More details to follow.

 

Reflection

“Lift up your hands in the sanctuary, and bless the Lord” Psalm 134:2

Newsflash – 23/10/17

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Change in Phone Numbers

Please note that an extra two needs to be added to our phone numbers. As such – please adjust your records to reflect the following:

054-2224930 / 2223153 / 2220905 / 2221993 / 2220788

 

Interhouse Gala

Our interhouse gala for the Form 1, 2 & 3 pupils will take place on Thursday 26 October starOng at 2:30pm. If you are able – come and join us.

 

Family Bonding Day

As per the above flyer, our Family Bonding Day is on Saturday. We start at 10am. Please try your best to come and join us for this fun-filled event. Food and drinks will be on sale – swipe and Ecocash faciliOes will be available.

 

Outreach Christmas Party

This is an important event to us on our calendar. We invite 133 people ranging in ages between 9 months and 20 years old from local children’s homes for a Ome where we celebrate them and bless them. We invite you to partner with us in this endeavour.

Ways that you can assist:

– Sponsorship towards t-shirts – we plan to be able to give every child a special party t-shirt. These are valued at $10 each.

– Donate finances towards food for the party, or drinks towards the event

– Donation in cash and kind towards gifts for the children.

 

Suggestions for gifts:

-Toys for the young ones

– Shoes

– Toiletries

-‘bling for teenagers’, belts, jewellery, sunglasses, caps etc

–  Toiletries

–  Undergarments, clothes

Items can be brought when you come for the Family Bonding Day, delivered to the front office or surrendered to Mrs Musa – Director Life Skills. If you would like to discuss this issue further – be in touch on lifeskills@mcc.ac.zw or 0772 350 327. Payments can be made into the school account or via Ecocash. Please reference these payments as ‘LIfeskills Party’ and send through the proof of payment to bursar@mcc.ac.zw and lifeskills@mcc.ac.zw

 

Reflection:

“Give generously to them and do so without a grudging heart; then because of this the LORD your God will bless you in all your work and in everything you put your hand to.” Deuteronomy 15:10 (NIV)