Newsflash 7/7/23

Dear Parents and Guardians,

CIE October-November Examinations:

Please note that we are unable to complete registration processes without examination payments. We ask all those who have not yet confirmed their examination payments with us to do so as a matter of urgency. 

Mid-Year Examinations:

are currently under way. Please note the following:

  • Form 3s & 4s examinations 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 that year group’s 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. 

A reminder of the purposes associated with these examinations:

  • To be in keeping with public examination standard
  • To test overall syllabus concepts
  • To be a diagnostic tool to help guide teachers on revision strategies, especially for public examination classes. 

The volume of content in the various syllabi is large and as we conclude this term and start next term, the focus for examination classes changes from syllabus coverage to revision, practice and the refining of academic skills implementation. 

National Institute of the Allied Arts Speech and Drama Festival Honours Concert:

Congratulations to Anne-Marie Macklenin and the Senior Boys Experimental Mime Group who, on the strength of their performances, have received special invitation to perform at this year’s NIAA Speech and Drama Honours Concert. The concert is on Saturday 8 July at 6pm at Harare International School – tickets are USD10 each and should be purchased at Harare International School – 9am-4pm Friday or from 4pm on Saturday. We encourage our Harare based parents to go along and enjoy the wealth of talent on display and to support our Eagles. 

Preparations for Trip to China:

Vongai Mutambara with Miss Maibvisira at the Chinese Embassy this week meeting with the Chinese Ambassador’s representatives as they continue in preparations for attendance of the Global Chinese Bridge Competition in China in August. This follows from Vongai winning the Zimbabwe Secondary Schools Chinese Bridge Competition earlier this term. 

Consultation:

Will happen for all Form 4, Lower 6 and Upper 6 pupils on Wednesday 2 August between 8am and 1pm in the classrooms. All forms will also receive comprehensive reports which will be available to parents at the end of term through the Senatical Parents Portal.

End of Term:

Form 1, 2 and 3 pupils are free to leave for the school holidays from 12noon on Tuesday 1 August. Form 4, Lower 6 and Upper 6 pupils may do so after consultation on Wednesday 2 August. 

End of Term Buses:

Subject to confirmation of viable numbers, there will be an end of term bus service to Harare on Tuesday 1 August for non-consulting classes. Ticket Cost is USD30 per person. Payments should be made into the school account referenced “Bus” and your child’s name. Please send through proof of payment to bursar@mcc.ac.zw and reception@mcc.ac.zw Note that all tickets are to be confirmed by us. Deadline for payments – 24 July. 

Reflection

My people will again live under My shade. They will flourish like grain and blossom like grape vines” Hosea 14:7 (NLT)

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 – https://app.senatical.com/G01/ 

For assistance in accessing or navigating this portal please email senatical@mcc.ac.zw. 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 academics@mcc.ac.zw.

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! 

Congratulations

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

Reflection

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)

Newsflash 22/6/23

Dear Parents and Guardians,

CIE Examinations Registration Deadline – 30 June – 8 days left to please conclude CIE October – November registrations. Please visit or contact our Examinations Department for any assistance needed to meet this deadline.

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)

Upcoming Trip Payment Deadline Reminders:

  • Girls Hockey Tour to Cape Town – 24 June.
  • Travel and Tourism Trip to Dubai – 26 June.
  • Upper 6 Geography Trip to Nyanga – 26 June. 
  • Form 4 Geography Trip to Nyanga – 7 July.

Thank you to those who have already paid. We appreciate the sacrifice and effort!

National Institute of the Allied Arts Speech and Drama Festival: We continue to have the privilege of hosting a portion of this national event and we look forward to welcoming the top class team of adjudicators and the festival directors next week: 26 – 28 June. Please see the attached programme for details of MCC performances and come along and show your support. 

Chinese Update:

Congratulations to Vongai Mutambara who won the Zimbabwe Chinese Bridge competition on Friday and will be representing our county in the global competition. Well done to Nokutenda Munyanduki who placed 3rd in the same competition and to Miss Maibvisira who was recognised once again as an “Excellent Instructor”. We are proud of our association with the Confucius Institute and the opportunities that it affords our students who often receive handsome monetary awards as well as instances of tertiary education scholarship-part scholarships.

Congratulations – We have a lot to celebrate:

Basketball – Congratulations to Tristan Pararai on his selection into the Midlands 17 and Under team due to take part in national trials. We also congratulate Mr S. Pararai on his appointment to coach this team.

Basketball – To Tanatswa Sisimayi on her selection into the ATS U20 Girls Basketball team that will tour to South Africa in August. 

Soccer – To Nkosilathi Magazi and Asher Mashungupa on their selection into the ATS U20 Soccer team due to travel to Europe later this year!  

Chess – To Jadin Magwenzi and Isheanopa Hove on their selection into the ATS Chess Team that will tour to South Africa soon. 

Spelling Bee – To Tyra Jones and Matifadza Mavesere who will represent the Midlands Team in the national Spelling Bee Competition following their recent successes in the Midlands regional Spelling Bee.  

Upcoming Events

23 June

  • Girls Hockey – All teams vs Eaglesvale – MCC – 11:00am
  • ATS Junior Debate Tournament – MCC – 1:45pm 

24 June

  • ATS Junior Debate Tournament – MCC – 8am 
  • Girls Basketball – 1st Team vs SEC – MCC – 8:30am
  • Soccer vs Masiyephambili College – MCC – 10am
  • Volleyball Mini Tournament – 1st Team – MCC – 8:30am
  • Boys Hockey – 1st Team Tournament – MCC – 8am 
  • Rugby vs Gateway – All Teams – MCC – 8:30am – 1st team game 11:15am – Compulsory support – MCC

“Say No To Drugs” – We urge our Gweru parent body to consider attendance of this Saturday’s event. 

Reflection

“A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another.” John 13:34

From the Head’s Desk

It has been a busy six weeks and we do indeed celebrate the Lord’s faithfulness, as highlighted in our theme focus for this year, “The Year of Celebrating God’s Faithfulness” – Lamentations 3:22-23. These verses say, “Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.”. Prior to these verses in Lamentations, the prophet Jeremiah has expressed his desolate feelings and conveys a picture of doom and despair. The encouragement to be drawn on here is that, like Jeremiah, we too have hope – emanating from the Lord’s faithfulness and His grace and mercy to equip and sustain us through trials. As we anticipate the remainder of this term, we do so with our eyes firmly fixed and our hope anchored in Him. 

Academics

Curriculum Strategy Update

This term has seen the implementation of some curriculum adjustments and timetable changes which has seen us increase our academic contact time from 54 periods per week to 59 periods per week. The new timetable times continue to stretch all of us, but extra time has been specifically allocated to Mathematics, English and Science as well as all ‘A’ Level classes. We have also made efforts to bolster our academic support programmes with specific time in our timetables and the focus on assisting weaker students and challenging stronger ones. We continue to assess ourselves and work on modifying our programmes to be relevant and helpful to our pupils. 

Mid-Year Examinations 

Our mid-year examinations will run between 3 July and 14 July (please see attached timetable) and have been set with the following purposes in mind:

  • To be in keeping with public examination standard
  • To test overall syllabus concepts
  • To be a diagnostic tool to help guide teachers on revision strategies, especially for public examination classes. 

The volume of content in the various syllabi is large and as we conclude this term and start next term, the focus for examination classes changes from syllabus coverage to revision, practice and the refining of academic skills implementation. 

We ask all parents to partner with us in this key area, encouraging your children to give of their best and to use their time wisely, monitoring their performance, questioning them on their revision strategies, and communicating with us where you have specific concerns. The greatest academic success is found when ‘the triad’ of pupil – parent – school is strong. 

Academic Celebrations

We recently attended the 2022 Cambridge awards ceremony which was hosted in Harare and celebrate the successes of our pupils as follows:

  • Jessica Manhambo and Leon Maposa  Top in Zimbabwe for Combined Science – IGCSE – June 2022.
  • Rachel Tivavenge – Top In Zimbabwe for Business – AS Level – November 2022. 

We thank their dedicated teachers for the pivotal role they played in helping these pupils and our school to shine – Mrs Mhangami,  Mrs Makoni, Mrs Muzondo and Mrs Chakamanga.

We also celebrate Tanaka Chandaengerwa who was the Top in Zimbabwe, and ranked 3rd in the world for Agriculture – IGCSE – November 2022 at his former school. 

Public Examination Registrations

You are reminded that registration is currently underway for the October – November CIE examination session. The deadline for form submission and payments is 30 June. For queries or assistance with this process, please visit or contact the examinations department – exams@mcc.ac.zw

School Stationery Expectations 

Please note that all Form 1 to 4 pupils, and all 6th Form Mathematics-Science pupils should have a scientific calculator, in addition to a maths set. At the moment we have a lot of children ‘sharing’ which is against our school policy. With mid-year examinations coming up soon, we also encourage a restock of dark blue and black pens, pencils, sharpeners, erasers and rulers as in examination conditions there is no sharing. Stationery items for examination use must be housed in transparent casings.

Form 1 2024 Common Assessment Test

This will happen on Saturday 1 July at the school hall. The office is currently processing applications and would like to avoid disadvantaging siblings who submit late applications, so may we remind those affected to please take note. 

Discipline 

Our Discipline Committee has dealt with a variety of cases this term. Time and effort has been spent in ensuring integrity around investigation processes, supervision of prescribed discipline measures and counselling support. We sadly have had to make some changes within our Stewards’ body for this year where leaders have been involved in offences, and we continue to encourage our pupils to connect with our MCC Eagles’ Creed which informs them of what the ideal behaviour is. 

Of key concern to us at the moment are instances of abuse of social media both in terms of inappropriate content and elements of cyber bullying and some vandalism (especially in hostel). Through staff vigilance we have also recently confiscated a few undesirable items. We urge you as parents to partner with us in monitoring your child’s possessions, let alone what they bring to school, and to be proactive in the area of discipline, to not be ignorant to the realities of the temptations your children are exposed to or how you can unintentionally enable them to fall prey to such. We urge you to hold your children accountable in their movements and actions and in the use of the gadgets and finances you make available to them. You are also reminded that Form 1, 2, 3 and 4 boarder pupils are only allowed single feature phones. 

As a school, we will be increasing our working relationships and educational campaigns with community support service providers for both pupils and staff, inclusive of the Victim Friendly Unit of the ZRP. This term, a large number of our staff have already undergone staff development on the issue of bullying, and some of our staff will be attending an upcoming drugs seminar. Hostel pupils are being issued with checklists for the condition of their living spaces with pupils being asked to affirm the condition of their living space, with it being endorsed by their dorm leader and hostel duty staff. Pupils will then be held accountable against this check list, and in instances where vandalism has occurred, pupils will be punished and costs of repairs will need to be recovered. 

Steward Appointments 

We congratulate the following:

Tapiwanashe Makarichi on his appointment as Head of Martial House. He continues in his role as Head of Media, Culture and Entertainment. 

Simbarashe Mafemera on his appointment as Head of Eagle House. He continues in his role as Head of Marketing. 

Emily Ndewere on her appointment as Deputy Head Girl. She continues in her role as Head of Kestrel Hostel. 

Communication and Staying Up To Date

Our landline cables have been stolen and replaced a couple of times already this year. Please be sure to save the MCC reception cellphone number into your contact list – +263 777 733 029. Please note that this line is active between 7:30am and 4:30pm Monday to Thursday, and 7:30am and 4pm on Fridays. 

We also strongly encourage you to join our school WhattsApp group for your child’s form. These are administrative groups with only key school communications being posted onto these groups. Please message or email the office indicting your child’s class in order to be sent the relevant link.

Records Update

Pupils have been given a copy of our Medical Information forms. We ask that all parents complete and return this form to us next week. We have found a few instances where information on these sheets has become outdated. It is important to ensure that our records are current. We also remind those with children due to go out on trips soon such as Upper 6 and Form 4 Geography trips, Travel and Tourism trip and girls hockey tour to be sure to complete and return these to our office.   

Activities Update

Rugby

MCC had the privilege of being asked to coordinate and host the national rugby trials for the U14 age group. Provincial representative teams from around the country participated in games over 25 and 26 May. A formal dinner was held on 25 May for all players which not only provided opportunity for players to interact across the provinces, but also gave exciting opportunity for them to mingle with three members of the U20 Sables Barthes Trophy winning team; namely – the Captain – Panashe Zuze, Vice Captain – Tanaka Gondomukandapi, and player – Leon Mutendi. Tanaka, being a former Midlands Christian School pupil, gave an impactful key note address, and the U14 players were clearly energised and inspired by their interactions with these players.

We wish the U14 national team that were selected at this tournament all the very best as they represent our country at Craven Week in South Africa in July. We specifically congratulate our Eagle, Tadiwanashe Denga, on his selection into this team. 

Regional Spelling Bee

On 9 June, in collaboration with Midlands Christian School, we hosted the Regional Spelling Bee for the Zimbabwe Spelling Bee. With approximately 400 high school and primary school participants, our school was ‘abuzz’ with avid spellers. Progressing through written and oral rounds, we specifically celebrate the achievements of two of our Eagles – Tyra Jones and Matifadza Mavesere who placed 4th and 2nd respectively in the high school competition. 

Looking Ahead

We look forward to hosting the ATS Junior Debate competitions on 23 and 24 June at MCC with 20 ATS teams coming to compete for the national title; and the National Institute of the Allied Arts Speech and Drama Festival for the Southern Region on 26, 27 and 28 June. We also urge you to ‘watch this space’ for an update on our College Play scheduled for later this term. The cast have been working hard in their preparations for their performance of “Othello” – strategically chosen to support our current literature students who have this as a set book.

Overview of Results and Co-Curricular Achievements So Far

Herewith an overview of achievements and results recorded from April to date. 

Debate

ATS Debate Tournament at Hillcrest:

The Senior debate team participated in 4 debates in the preliminary rounds and won 3. 

First Round

  • MCC won vs CBC – Matifadza Mavesere Best Speaker

Second Round

  • MCC won vs Lomagundi – Vimbai Gwimbi Best Speaker

Third Round 

  • MCC lost vs St Johns College 

Fourth Round

  • MCC won vs Gateway

Quarter Finals 

  • MCC won vs Petra

Semi Finals

  • MCC lost vs St Georges

Our team finished 3rd out of 16 Schools. Congratulations to them and to Matifadza Mavesere who was the 4th best speaker at the tournament.

Chinese Talent Show and Bridge Competition

Rutendo Chidawanyika participated in the Chinese Talent show for Secondary schools in Zimbabwe and was awarded the first prize in the competition. Miss M. Maibvisira was given the “Outstanding Instructor Award” at this event as well. We wish Abigail Mutiso, Nokutenda Munyanduki and Vongai Mutambara all the best as they compete in the upcoming finals for the Chinese Bridge competition. 

Chess 

ATS Chess Selections 

  • Jadin Magwenzi and Isheanesu Hove have been selected into the ATS Chess Team due to travel to Cape Town to compete in the Young Mind Chess Classic in August. 
Cricket 

ATS School Boys Cricket Team Selections:

  • U14s: Tadiwanashe Denga
  • U15s: Sean Mandaza
  • U16s: Junior Maligo, David Masawi, Panashe Chiminha
  • U18s: Munesu Masimbe, Chikomborero Wenga, Takurira Tapfuma
  • U16 ATS School Cricket Team Manager – Mr C. Ndoro – MCC
Rugby

Zimbabwe Rugby Selection:

  • U14: Tadiwanashe Denga

Central Province Selections:

U14s: 

  • Vanotida Makumucha, Tadiwanashe Denga, Munotidaishe Chairuka, Mufaro Siwadi, Ryan Chiramba, Jude Mataruse, Aiden Tsvakwi, Kunashe Murombedzi, Tinashe Chikwanda

U17s:

  • Junior Maligo, Nyasha Makumucha, Denzel Wenga, Maxwell Zondo, Tawonaishe Mbauya, Nick Milanzi, Nyasha Jindu, Takurira Tapfuma, Xavier Hove, Tinodaishe Pedze, Theodore Mubata

U19s

  • Anouya Bobo, Michael Madzimure, Joseph Ndebele, Isheanesu Mvundura, Tinotenda Shone, Mufaro Mangure, Tafadzwa Mufunda.

Midlands Province Selections:

U14s

  • Vanotida Makumucha, Tadiwanashe Denga, Munotidaishe Chairuka, Mufaro Siwadi, Ryan Chiramba, Jude Mataruse, Aiden Tsvakwi, Kunashe Murombedzi, Tinashe Chikwanda

U17s

  • Tadiwanashe Siwadi, Munesu Masimbe, Simbarashe Makoni, Tawananyasha Juru, Junior Maligo, Nyasha Makumucha, Denzel Wenga, Maxwell Zondo, Tawonaishe Mbauya, Nick Milanzi, Nyasha Jindu, Takurira Tapfuma, Xavier Hove, Tinodaishe Pedze, Theodore Mubata

U19s

  • Alan Joseph, Eugene Mashongera, Tashinga Denga, Tristan Pararai, Evans Chitando, Reginald Chidawanyika, Anouya Bobo, Michael Madzimure, Joseph Ndebele, Isheanesu Mvundura, Tinotenda Shone, Mufaro Mangure, Tafadzwa Mufunda.

Central Province Trials 1st Team:

  • MCC 10 : 17 Kyle College

Midlands Trials 1st Team:

  • MCC 38 : 0 Thornhill
  • MCC 10 : 5 Goldridge

Rugby Pre-Season Tour to Zambia:

MCC played 5 games and won 4

  • MCC 12: 17 P.E.
  • MCC 21: 0 Trident Buffalos
  • MCC 17 : 7 Livingstone Rhinos
  • MCC 28 : 0 Martin House
  • MCC 31 : 5 P.E.

St Johns Rugby Derby – Pre-Season Tournament:

  • MCC 19 : 17 Watershed
  • MCC 39 : 0 Rydings College

Rugby vs Petra:

  • (U14) MCC 22 : 25 Petra
  • (U15) MCC 33 : 15 Petra
  • (U16) MCC 23 : 0 Petra
  • (1st Team) MCC 31 : 20 Petra

Rugby vs Thornhill:

  • (U16) MCC 24 : 0 Thornhill
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Rugby vs Goldridge College:

  • (U15) MCC 27 : 5 Goldridge
  • (2nd Team) MCC 31 : 0 Goldridge 
  • (1st Team) MCC 17 : 15 Goldridge

Rugby vs The Heritage:

  • (U14) MCC 5 : 36 Heritage 
  • (U15) MCC 7 : Heritage 8
  • (U16) MCC 10 : Heritage 7
  • (2nd Team) MCC 15 : Heritage 10
  • (1st Team) MCC 17 : Heritage 24
Boys Hockey 

Zimbabwe School Boys Hockey Selections:

  • U17: Sean Mandaza – Reserve                 
  • U19: Paul Mutsaka – Reserve 

Midlands Province Selections:

U17s

  • Chikomborero Wenga, Sean Mandaza, Matikudza Chakwesha, David Masawi, Jeffrey Maradze, Jadin Magwenzi, O’Brien Dube, Rukudzo Mayenzanise, Vakatendeka Chiremba, Troy Robertson, Clifford Mupfunde

U19s

  • Brandon Bvure, Kinah Ntuli, Paul Mutsaka, Adolf Dube, Simbarashe Mafemera, Daniel Chakanyuka, Ngonidzashe Gayakaya, Takudzwanashe Chinganga, Nigel Sibanda, Mufaro Mangure

1st Team Games

  • MCC 0 : 1 Petra
  • MCC 0 : 7 Milton 
  • MCC 0 : 6 CBC 

Intercities – 1st Team

  • MCC 0 : 2 Falcon
  • MCC 1 : 1 Hippo Valley 
Girls Basketball

ATS Schools Basketball Selection:

  • U20s: Tanatswa Sisimayi 

Central Province Selections:

U19s: 

  • Tanatswa Sisimayi, Hannah Juru, Thandolwethu Dube, Audrey Berejena, Elizabeth Maphosa, Vuyisile Ndlovu, Abigail Dzinoreva

Basketball vs Petra:

  • (U14) MCC 2 : 23 Petra
  • (U15) MCC 6 : 8 Petra
  • (U16) MCC 8 : 10 Petra
  • (1st Team) MCC 12 : 16 Petra

Basketball vs Sacred Heart & St Georges

  • (1st Team) MCC 16 : 20 Sacred Heart 
  • (1st Team) MCC 14 : 12 St Georges
Girls Hockey

Central Province Selections:

U16s

  • Latasha Machipisa, Juniour Indala, Lara Horovi

U18s

  • Timukudzeishe Dondo, Sebita Mahovo, Jessica Manhambo, Rutendo Ndoma

Midlands Province Selections:

U16s

  • Juniour Indala, Lara Horovi, Kudiwanashe Machekera, Latasha Machipisa, Anouya Mhangami, Rutendo Ndoma
  • Reserves: Ashanthelle Chapenga, Lindiwe Mkhosana, Munotida Shumba

U18s

  • Vongai Garikai, Sebita Mahovo, Timukudzeishe Dondo, Anne-Marie Macklenin, Gamuchirai Kamuzonde, Jessica Manhambo, Moreblessing Banda, Rutendo Ndoma 
  • Reserves: Trish Kadenhe, Mudiwa Nhapi, Nicola Andrews

Hockey vs Petra:

  • (U14)MCC 1 : 2 Petra
  • (U15) MCC 1 : 1 Petra
  • (U16)MCC 1 : 0 Petra
  • (1st Team) MCC 2 : 1 Petra

Hockey vs Dominican Convent Bulawayo:

  • (U14) MCC 0 : 0 DC
  • (U15) MCC 1 : 0 DC
  • (U16) MCC 1 : 3 DC
  • (1st Team) MCC 1 :  2 DC

Hockey vs Watershed:

  • (U14) MCC 2 : 1 Watershed
  • (U15) MCC 0 : 3 Watershed
  • (U16) MCC 1 : 4 Watershed
  • (1st Team)MCC 0 : 2 Watershed

 

Hockey vs Peterhouse:

  • (U14) MCC 0 : 4 Peterhouse
  • (U15) MCC 1 : 2 Peterhouse
  • (U16) MCC 0 : 2 Peterhouse
  • (1st Team) MCC 0 : 5 Peterhouse

Hockey vs The Heritage:

  • (U14)MCC 0 : 4 Heritage
  • (U15)MCC 0 : 4 Heritage
  • (U16)MCC 3 : 0 Heritage
  • (1st Team) MCC 1 : 0 Heritage

Hockey vs Arundel:

  • (U14) MCC 8 : 0 Arundel
  • (U15) MCC 0 : 1  Arundel
  • (U16) MCC 0 : 0  Arundel
  • (1st Team) MCC 2 : 0 Arundel
Soccer

Soccer vs Goldridge:

  • (1st Team) MCC 3 : 1 Goldridge

Soccer vs CBC:

  • (Curtain Raisers) MCC 4: 1 CBC
  • (1st Team) MCC 1 : 1 CBC

Soccer vs Petra:

  • (Curtain Raisers) MCC 1 : 4 Petra
  • (U16s) MCC 1 : 0 Petra
  • (1st Team) MCC 2 : 2 Petra
Girls Volleyball

Volleyball vs DC:

  • (1st Team) MCC 2 : 0 DC

NASH Zonal Competitions:

  • (U20) MCC 2 : 0 Thornhill
  • (U20) MCC 2: 0 Nkululeko
  • (U20) MCC 0 : 2 Regina Mundi

Boys Volleyball

NASH Zonal Competitions 

  • (U20) MCC 2 : 1 Nkululuko
  • (U20) MCC 2 : 0 Thornhill

NASH Districts Competitions

  • (U20) MCC 0 : 2 Guinea Fowl
  • (U20) MCC 0 : 2 Anderson 
Netball

U17 Tournament (Gateway)

  • MCC 9 : 24 DC Harare                                           
  • MCC 8 : 17 St Johns                                                   
  • MCC 3 : 36 Falcon                                                  
  • MCC 4 : 21 Petra

NASH U20 Zonal Tournament

  • MCC 12 : 17 Thornhill                                           
  • MCC 12 : 3 Regina Mundi                                     
  • MCC 7  : 21 Nkululeko

Friendly vs Lingfied:

  • (1sts) MCC 11 : 4 Lingfield

U20 SWIFTS Tournament 

  • MCC 7 : 4 Petra
  • MCC 11 : 8 Kyle
  • MCC 9 : 8 Harare Dominican Convent
  • MCC 13 : 4 Girls College
  • Semi-finals MCC 5 : 10 SEC
  • Third & Fourth Playoffs MCC 11 : 7 Harare Dominican Convent 
  • MCC – bronze medal winners. 

Reflection:

“Abraham never wavered in believing God’s promise. In fact, his faith grew stronger, and in this he brought glory to God. ” – Romans 4:20 (NLT)

“Faith and prayer are the vitamins of the soul; man cannot live in health without them.” – Mahalia Jackson

NB:

A parent or guardian wishing to withdraw a child must give sufficient written notice (as per Acceptance of Place Agreement) at least a full term before the child’s proposed final term, failing which, fees for the following term will be payable in full, whether or not the child returns to the College. Security deposit refunds are processed a month after the student has left school. Please send a signed letter to debtors@mcc.ac.zw indicating where the security deposit is to be transferred. 

Newsflash 7/6/23

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Celebrate with Us – Sean Mandaza and Paul Mutsaka were selected as reserves for the Zimbabwe schools U16 and U18 boys hockey teams respectively. 

CongratulationsTo the following ladies who were selected into the Central Province U20 Girls Basketball team that will be taking part in ATS national selections this coming weekend. We wish them all the best!

  • Tanatswa Sisimayi
  • Thandolwethu Dube
  • Audrey Berejena
  • Abigail Dzinoreva
  • Elizabeth Maphosa
  • Vuyisile Ndlovu
  • Hannah Juru 

CIE Examinations – The last few examinations for the May-June session are being completed today and tomorrow. 

Registration is currently underway for the October-November sessions. A reminder that the deadline for registration and payment for CIE October-November examinations is 30 June 2023. If you have not received a scanned copy of your child’s registration form please contact our Exams Department – exams@mcc.ac.zw

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)

Mid-Year Examinations Will take place for all pupils from 3 – 14 July. A copy of the examination timetable will be sent to you in due course. Please continue to encourage your children in their academic pursuits, and ask them how they are doing in their revision, encouraging them to be accountable and disciplined in this.

Punctuality Reminder Note that day scholars are to be at school by 7:05am at the latest Monday to Friday. 

Signing Out Procedures – Please be reminded that any boarder signing out request is to be done by way of a signed letter submitted to the school on admin@mcc.ac.zw by end of day Wednesday of the week you are requesting your child to be signed out. Please note that unless it is an emergency, we will not be able to facilitate requests received after the time. 

Mid-Term Fixture Free – 17 June – Please note that our hostel will be closed this weekend so all boarders are to be signed out for the weekend. School buses are available to assist with transport for this weekend. For those wishing to use the Harare service, the cost is USD55 return. Drop-offs and collections in Kwekwe ($30 return), Kadoma & Chegutu ($40 return) and Norton ($55 return) are possible by arrangement. Please reference your payment “Bus” and your child’s name. Copy of the payment is to be sent to bursar@mcc.ac.zw and reception@mcc.ac.zw. Viable numbers need to be met in order to confirm these services. Payment deadline 9 June. Confirmation of bookings will be sent to the individuals involved by end of day Monday 12 June. 

Lower 6 Camp Update All is going well on camp with campers getting input into matters around leadership and with them being challenged to develop themselves further in this area. We expect their bus to be back at 4pm on Friday 9 June. 

Upper 6 Geography Trip – A reminder that payments for this trip are due 26 June. Thank you to those who have already paid.  

Fm 4 Geography TripA reminder that payments for the Form 4 Geography Trip are due 7 July 2023. Thank you to those who have already paid.  

Upcoming Events

9 June

  • Regional Zimbabwe Spelling Bee – MCC – 8am
  • Girls Basketball U20 IPTs – Mutare 
  • Girls Hockey U16 & U18 IPTs – St Johns Turf 

10 June

  • SWIFTS Netball Tournament – SEC – 8am
  • Girls Basketball U20 IPTs – Mutare – 8am
  • Girls Hockey U16 & U18 IPTs – St Johns Turf – 8am
  • Rugby vs Heritage – All Teams – 8:30am – 1st team game 12noon – Compulsory support – MCC

“Say No To Drugs”  

Reflection

“But in your hearts set apart Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect.” 1 Peter 3:15

Newsflash 31/5/23

Dear Parents and Guardians,

 

Celebrate with Us – Huge congratulations to Tadiwanashe Denga on his selection into the Zimbabwe U14 rugby team! This remarkable No 8 player has a bright future ahead of him.

 

 

CongratulationsTo the following gentlemen who have been selected in to the Midlands hockey teams taking part in the national trials this weekend. We wish them all the best!

U17s U19s

  • Chikomborero Wenga                     – Brandon Bvure
  • Sean Mandaza                                  – Kinah Ntuli
  • Matikudza Chakwesha                    – Paul Mutsaka
  • David Masawi                                   – Adolf Dube
  • Jeffrey Maradze                               – Simbarashe Mafemera
  • Jadin Magwenzi                               – Daniel Chakanyuka
  • O’Brien Dube                                    – Ngonidzashe Gayakaya
  • Rukudzo Mayenzanise                    – Takudzwanashe Chinganga
  • Vakatendeka Chiremba                  – Nigel Sibanda
  • Troy Robertson                                – Mufaro Mangure
  • Clifford Mupfunde

CongratulationsTo the following ladies who have been selected to play in the Central Province girls hockey teams taking part at the national trials next weekend:

U16s U18s

  • Latasha Machipisa                            – Timukudzeishe Dondo 
  • Juniour Indala                                    – Rutendo Ndoma
  • Lara Horovi                                         – Sebita Mahovo

                                                                    – Jessica Manhambo

We wish them all the best!

 

Congratulations – To our member of staff, Mr Ndoro, who has been appointed as the manager for the U16 Zimbabwe Schools Cricket team! 

 

 

 

Punctuality Reminder Note that day scholars are to be at school by 7:05am at the latest Monday to Friday. 

 

Form 3 & 4 Careers Afternoon A reminder that all Form 3s and 4s not involved in a sports fixture on Friday are to attend the Career Seminar “Entrepreneurship 101”. Day scholars are to bring lunch and can be collected at 4pm. 

 

 

 

 

Signing Out Procedures – Please be reminded that any boarder signing out request is to be done by way of a signed letter submitted to the school on admin@mcc.ac.zw by end of day Wednesday of the week you are requesting your child to be signed out. Please note that unless it is an emergency, we will not be able to facilitate requests received after the time. 

Mid-Term Fixture Free – 17 June – School buses are available to assist with transport for this weekend. Names have been received via our Southern Region Coordinator for those interested in the Bulawayo – Hwange – Victoria Falls bus. Should you require this service and have not yet indicated so – please contact Mrs Machipisa on 0772 372 801. 

For those wishing to use the Harare service, the cost is USD55 return. Drop-offs and collections in Kwekwe ($30 return), Kadoma & Chegutu ($40 return) and Norton ($55 return) are possible by arrangement. Please reference your payment “Bus” and your child’s name. Viable numbers need to be met in order to confirm these services. Payment deadline 9 June. 

Examination Registration Reminder – CIE Oct-Nov 2023

A reminder that the deadline for registration and payment for CIE October-November examinations is 30 June 2023. If you have not received a scanned copy of your child’s registration form please contact our Exams Department – exams@mcc.ac.zw

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)

Student AccountabilityWe expect our pupils to take pride in their surroundings and responsibility for them. Vandalism is an offence that will result in discipline measures, and a bill to be paid for repairs or replacements. Please encourage your child to be responsible in this area. 

Lower 6 CampCampers are to be at the bus shed by 5:10am on Monday 5 June, and should be back at 4pm on Friday 9 June. 

Fm 4 Geography TripA reminder that payments for the Form 4 Geography Trip are due 7 July 2023. Thank you to those who have already paid.  

Upper 6 Geography Trip – A reminder that payments for this trip are due 26 June. Thank you to those who have already paid.  

Upcoming Events

1 June

  • Junior Parliament Elections – 8am – Chaplin
  • L6 & U6 Business Trip to Bata Shoe Company – 8am

2 June

  • Junior Council Interviews – Council Chambers – 8am – Gweru
  • U19 Volleyball Districts Competition – 8am – Chaplin – TBC
  • U18 Central Province Girls Basketball Trials – 9am – Goldridge 
  • U17 & U19 Boys Hockey IPTs – 1pm – KHS

3 June

  • Rugby vs Goldridge – U16s 11am, 2nds 1pm, 1sts 2pm COMPULSORY SUPPORT – MCC
  • Soccer vs Petra – Curtain Raiser – 0930am, 1sts 11am – MCC
  • Girls Hockey vs Heritage – 10 am – Heritage 
  • Girls Hockey vs Arundel – 2pm – Arundel 

Reflection

“Remember your leaders, those who spoke to you the word of God. Consider the outcome of their way of life, and imitate their faith.” Hebrews 13:7 (ESV)

Newsflash 24/5/23

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Term is well and truly in full swing with lots of activity in the classrooms, some examinations still going on and lots of busyness on the co-curricular front.

Fixture Free:

This is a fixture free weekend. If you would like to sign your child out from Friday 1:05pm to Sunday 5pm, or time in between that, please remember to send your signed request to admin@mcc.ac.zw today. Hostels remain open for the duration and boarders are free to remain in hostel. Please note that lessons will take place as usual on Friday 26 May – all pupils are expected to attend. Please also take note that the next fixture free, the weekend of 17 June, is a compulsory signing out weekend. School buses will be available for the Harare bound route and the Bulawayo-Victoria Falls route. Costs will be advised next week. 

U14 Rugby IPTs:

We are excited to be hosting the national rugby trials for the U14 age group on Thursday and Friday this week. Come along and support these young athletes. We have 8 of our U14s taking part. 

Celebrate with Us

– On the Rugby front – Selections into the Midlands and Central Province (CP) teams:

U14

  • Vanotida Makumucha – Midlands & CP
  • Tadiwanashe Denga – Midlands & CP
  • Munotidaishe Chairuka – Midlands & CP
  • Mufaro Siwadi – Midlands & CP
  • Ryan Chiramba – Midlands & CP
  • Jude Mataruse – Midlands & CP
  • Aiden Tsvakwi – Midlands & CP
  • Kunashe Murombedzi – Midlands & CP
  • Tinashe Chikwanda – Midlands & CP

U17s 

  • Tawananyasha Juru – Midlands
  • Simbarashe Makoni – Midlands 
  • Munesu Masimbe – Midlands 
  • Tadiwanashe Siwadi – Midlands 
  • Theodore Mubata – Midlands & CP
  • Tinodaishe Pedze – Midlands & CP
  • Xavier Hove – Midlands & CP
  • Takurira Tapfuma – Midlands & CP
  • Nyasha Jindu – Midlands & CP
  • Nick Milanzi – Midlands & CP
  • Tawonaishe Mbauya – Midlands & CP
  • Maxwell Zondo – Midlands & CP
  • Junior Maligo – Midlands & CP
  • Denzel Wenga – Midlands & CP
  • Nyasha Makumucha – Midlands & CP

U19s

  • Alan Joseph – Midlands 
  • Eugene Mashongera – Midlands 
  • Tashinga Denga – Midlands
  • Tristan Pararai – Midlands 
  • Evans Chitando – Midlands 
  • Reginald Chidawanyika – Midlands
  • Anouya Bobo – Midlands & CP
  • Michael Madzimure – Midlands & CP
  • Joseph Ndebele – Midlands & CP
  • Isheanesu Mvundura – Midlands & CP
  • Tinotenda Shone – Midlands & CP
  • Mufaro Mangure – Midlands & CP
  • Tafadzwa Mufunda – Midlands & CP

We wish the CP players all the best at national trials this weekend.

Girls Hockey – Midlands Province

U16s –

  • Juniour Indala
  • Lara Horovi
  • Kudiwanashe Machekera
  • Latasha Machipisa
  • Anouya Mhangami
  • Rutendo Ndoma

Reserves:

  • Ashanthelle Chapenga
  • Lindiwe Mkhosana 
  • Munotida Shumba

U18s

  • Vongai Garikai
  • Sebita Mahovo
  • Timukudzeishe Dondo
  • Anne-Marie Macklenin
  • Gamuchirai Kamuzonde
  • Jessica Manhambo
  • Moreblessing Banda

Reserves:

  • Trish Kadenhe 
  • Mudiwa Nhapi
  • Nicola Andrews

ATS Senior Debate Competition:

Huge congratulations to the Senior Debate team who won 4 of their 5 debates in this competition resulting in them winning the Bronze Medal, placing 3rd out of the 16 competing schools. Special mention of Matifadza Mavesere who was placed as the 4th best speaker of the tournament! We look forward to hosting the juniors competition in a month’s time. 

Upcoming Events

25 – 26 May

  • U14 Rugby IPTS – MCC, U17 & U19 IPTs – Falcon

26 – 27 May

  • Intercities – 1st Team Boys Hockey – KHS

27 May

  • Girls College Chess Tournament

Newsflash 17/5/23

Dear Parents and Guardians, 

Cambridge Top Award Winners: We celebrate the successes of our pupils and staff from the 2022 CIE Examination session:

Jessica Manhambo and Leon Maposa – Top in Zimbabwe for Combined Science – IGCSE – June 2022. Thank you and congratulations to their teachers – Mrs Makoni, Mrs Muzondo and Mrs Chakamanga. 

Rachel Tivavenge – Top In Zimbabwe for Business – AS Level – November 2022. Thank you and congratulations to her teacher – Mrs Mhangami. 

Celebrate with us: Congratulations to Rutendo Chidawanyika who placed 1st in the Chinese Talent Show competition for high schools. She won herself a lovely cash prize. Congratulations also goes to Miss M. Maibvisira for receiving the “Outstanding Instructor Award” too!

Eagle Support: Please be advised of the compulsory support fixtures for our pupils for 1st team games this term:

Sat 3/6 – Rugby vs Goldridge

Fri 9/6 – Hockey vs Watershed 

Sat 10/6 – Rugby vs Heritage

Sat 24/6 – Rugby vs Gateway, Soccer vs Masiyephambili, Volleyball vs Chisipite & Convent

Sat 1/7 – Rugby vs CBC

Sat 15/7 – Rugby vs Eaglesvale, Basketball vs SEC & Girls College  

We continue to encourage you to join our Eagle Support – both for home and away games. Please remember to make yourself known to the teacher in charge at the fixture so we can allocate house points to your child’s house for your attendance of the activity. 

Boarder Reminders: Weekend signing out requests are to be received by Wednesday of the week concerned. The request should be in the form of a signed letter sent to admin@mcc.ac.zw for authorisation. A reminder that students are not to miss school commitments. Please refer to the attached school calendar for guidance. A reminder too, that in general, signing out should only happen on fixture free weekends. Please note that the mid term fixture free (17/6) is a compulsory signing out weekend. 

Anti-Bullying Seminar for Parents: We would like to invite our Gweru-based parents to an Anti-Bullying counselling seminar conducted by a team from Youth for Christ Zimbabwe and hosted by Midlands Christian School.  

Date: Tuesday 23 May 2023

Time: 5:00 – 5:30pm Teas will be served

5:30pm – 7:00pm +/- Seminar will take place

Venue: School Hall

Carpark: MCC or MCS Carpark 

Please RSVP attendance to the MCS coordinator on admin@mcs.ac.zw by today, Wednesday 17 May. 

Lower 6 Camp: A reminder that outstanding payments for this camp should be made by Friday 19 May. 

Upcoming Events:

Wed 17/5

  • Midlands Hockey Trials – U16s & U18s – 2pm – MCC
  • Midlands Rugby Trials – U14, U17, U18 – 2pm – MCC

Fri 19/5

  • Snr Debate – ATS Competition – 2pm – Hillcrest 
  • Girls Hockey – All Teams vs Hellenic – 2:30pm – Hellenic

Sat 20/5

  • Central Province Rugby Trials – U14s, U17s, U18s – 8:30am – Kyle
  • Girls Hockey – All Teams vs Peterhouse – 8:30am – Peterhouse
  • Girls Hockey – All Teams vs Watershed – 2pm – Watershed
  • Soccer vs CBC – U17s & 1sts – 9am – MCC
  • Netball U17s – Gateway Tournament – 9:30am – Gateway

Reflection: “The Lord is gracious, and full of compassion; slow to anger, and of great mercy. The Lord is good to all: and his tender mercies are over all his works.” Psalm 145:8-9 (KJV)

Newsflash 3/4/23

Dear Parents and Guardians, 

Herewith some key information as you start to prepare for next term. 

Term 2 Dates:

8 May – 3 August. Boarders are to check in to hostel between 12noon and 5pm on 8 May. Lessons start for all classes 9 May. A reminder to have concluded school fee payments and any payment plans with the Bursar by 1pm on Thursday 4 May in order for smooth processing of Admission Slips and return to school.

Uniforms:

Winter uniform is to be worn for Term 2. Details of the uniform requirements are found on Pages 29 – 31 of our Orientation booklet: MCC ORIENTATION BOOK EBOOK.pdf

A reminder that Gweru can get very cold in winter so please ensure your child is well prepared. 

A reminder that boarders are to have the required number uniform items as listed in the Boarder’s Check List: Orientation Booklet pages 44 – 46: MCC ORIENTATION BOOK EBOOK.pdf

Term 2 Sports Equipment Requirements:

Please refer to the requirements listed in the Orientation Booklet pages 30 – 31: MCC ORIENTATION BOOK EBOOK.pdf

However, please specifically note the following:

Boys:

    • Rugby is compulsory for all boys – All boys are to have the school rugby jersey and rugby boots. Scrum caps and gum guards are advisable. Those who wish to play with ‘skins’ may wear black or red ones. 
    • Hockey for U14s, U15s & U16s – All boys must have their own hockey stick, shin pads and gum guards

Girls:

    • Hockey is compulsory for all U14s, U15s & U16s – All girls must have their own hockey stick, shin pads and gum guards and two hockey practice balls. 

Examinations:

June 2023 Examinations

Examination Dates: 24 April – 9 June 2023

For those with examinations that fall in the school holidays:

  • Dress Code: School uniform and blazer
  • Arrival Times: 7am for morning sessions AND 1pm for afternoon sessions
  • Stationery Requirements: Black / dark blue pen, HB pencil, sharpener, eraser, ruler, calculator (subject specific). All stationery items are to be stored in a transparent case. Note – No sharing of stationary during the examination. 
  • Hostel admission slips are a requirement for boarders who will need to be accommodated. 

November 2023 Examinations 

  • Registration is in progress. Parents are to expect emailed copies of registration forms by 14 April. 
  • On receipt of emailed registration form, please confirm candidate’s personal details and subjects selected by signing on the form against the teacher’s signatures. Please return the signed form, a copy of your child’s birth certificate and proof of payment to the school office or on email to exams@mcc.ac.zw by 30 June 2023.

Public Examination Certificates 

Please note that certificates for all public examinations written before December 2022 are available for collection from the Front Office. These include:

Cambridge ‘O’ Level Cambridge AS Level

Cambridge A Level LCME (Music)

HSK (Chinese) DELF – DALF (French)

ZIMSEC (Results Slips Only)

Holiday Office Hours

Pleas note the office hours are as follows: 8am – 4pm. 

Celebrate with us

Hearty congratulations to the 8 Eagles who were selected into the ATS Zimbabwe Schools Cricket Teams:

U14s – Tadiwanashe Denga; U15s – Sean Mandaza; U16s – Junior Maligo, Panashe Chiminha, David Masawi; U18s – Munesu Masimbe, Chikomborero Wenga, Takurira Tapfuma.

We also celebrate the strong performance of our Rugby 10s team in Zambia this past weekend winning 3 out of the 4 games played! 

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Newsflash – Academic Achievements

Dear Parents and Guardians,

End of Term Arrangements Reminder: 

Mon 27/3 – Day Scholars are to be collected at 1pm.

Tues 28/3 – Day Scholars are to be collected at 1pm. Form 2, 3 and Lower 6 pupils are free to leave for the holidays. 

Wed 29/3 – Consultation Day for all Forms 1, 4 and Upper 6 pupils between 8am and 1pm in the school hall. 

Celebrate With Us:

Congratulations to this term’s top academic achievers for this Assessment Period!

Form 1s

5As

Kundayi Chandaengerwa

Lynn Chawira

Ruvarashe Munyanduki 

Mandipa Shonhai

Kunashe Murombedzi 

Meagan Rutsito

6As

Sibusisiwe Banda

Xuexin Li

Tariro Chinyama 

7As

Mutsa Magadza

Tanaka Pedze

Mufaro Musoni 

Aiden Tsvakwi 

8As

Ivanna Makoni

Top Form 1 Student
Nyasha Makoni – 3A*s & 5As

 

Form 2s

5As

Oriana Chatima

Krystal Kadakure

Tiffany Ncube

6As

Tapuwanashe Bobo

Ronald Maereka

Takudzwa Mandava

Makomborero Zimucha

Nokutenda Makarichi 

Lindokuhle Ndhlangamandhla 

Britney Sipondo 

7As

Shantel Kunjani 

Honest Makiwa

Shyneid Pote

8As

Tyra Jones

Lara Horovi

Jadin Magwenzi

Denzel Chisango 

Tawananyasha Mkaratigwa

Takudzwa Virima

Rudorwashe Machikicho

Top Form 2 Student
Eber Mukorera – 5A*s & 6As

 

Form 3s

5As

Adrian Mandovha

Tawananyasha Chikwanda

Tawananyasha Juru

Munotida Shumba

6As

Junior Maligo

Abigail Mutiso

7As

Vongai Mutambara

Raphael Joel 

Vuyisile Ndlovu 

Chikomborero Wenga

8As

Matikudza Chakwesha

Top Form 3 Student
Mazvita Parichi – 9As

 

Fom 4s

5As

Kudzaishe Machikicho

6As

Nicolle Venge

Top Form 4 Student
Elizabeth Maphosa – 3A*s & 4As

 

Lower 6s

12 Points

Jessica Manhambo

Rutendo Munhuweyi

Nokutenda Tombindo 

16 Points

Leon Maphosa

Top L6 Student
Mlindeli Ndlovu – 17 Points

 

Upper 6s

12 Points

Ngonidzashe Horovi

Michel Kuka

Patrick Munangagwa

Tashinga Denga 

13 Points

Takudzwanashe Chinganga

Joshua Mukondiwa

14 Points

Tanaka Mudyanadzo

Rachel Tivavenge 

Top Upper 6 Students 
Matifadza Mavesere – 17 Points
Timukudzeishe Dondo – 17 Points

 

Chinese Bridge Winners 2022

Vongai Garikai & Nokutenda Munyanduki