Newsflash 2/2/22

Dear Parents and Guardians, 

May – June Examination Registration Deadline

Note that registration and payment must be concluded by 4 February, 2022. Contact exams@mcc.ac.zw 

Public Examination Certificate Collection

Note that certificates for all examination boards up to June 2021 (June 2020 for ZIMSEC) are available for collection from the Front Office as you return your children to school. Please take them home for safe keeping.

School Commencement Clearance Procedures

A reminder that admission slips for hostel and school are needed. These are issued by the Bursars’ Department so we encourage parents to make all outstanding payments or negotiate ‘terms’ with the Bursars’ Department. Note that all who have done this by 1pm Thursday 3 February will have admission slips ready for them on arrival at school. Any arrangements after this will require a parent to visit the school office to have slips issued. A reminder to send copies of all proof of payments made to bursar@mcc.ac.zw with a clear narration on who and what the payment was for. 

Form 1 Orientation

This programme will start at 4pm on Saturday 5 February. All day scholars and boarders are to check in to hostel between 12noon – 4pm on this day (first meal is supper), with day scholars being collected between 3:30pm-4:30pm on Sunday 6 February. Please refer to the email sent on Monday 31 January with all of the details. Note that the Bursars’ Department will be on hand on Saturday between 12noon and 4pm.

Important Documentation

A reminder that both this year’s school indemnity form as well as the COVID-19 one are to be completed and submitted to the school before students return to school. Note that on arrival at school – whether day scholar or boarder, your child will be issued with a COVID-19 Symptoms and Exposure Checklist – please see attached. If any of your child’s answers are ‘yes’, then please delay the return to school. 

Ensuring Standards

Our Orientation Booklet is a detailed document giving information on all school programmes and expectations, inclusive of uniform lists, what to pack when coming to hostel, and correct hairstyles for boys and girls. It can be found by clicking on this link:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WoQtUcENfk6PTVvJvSyMQ486ovPm-thL/view?usp=sharing

Boarder parents, please also see the attached Civvies Dress Code which is an addition. 

Hairstyles

Students must be in compliance with the expectations outlined in the Orientation Booklet. Incorrect hairstyles will result in one being sent home to attend to the issue (whether a day scholar or a border). For boarder boys – A barber visits school to attend to boys hair cuts with hair inspections done fortnightly. Your child must either have money to pay for the barber or have their own clippers. 

Day Scholars

Are to arrive at school by 7:20am, and be collected at 5pm Mondays to Thursdays and 1pm on Fridays. Note that on the first day of school – Tuesday 8 February, however, they are to be collected at 3:30pm

Some reminders

  • Students are to return with all of their textbooks, notebooks and exercise books (F2, F3, F4, U6) –  new books are only issued to new students, when starting a new syllabus, or when a student shows their teacher that their book is all used up. 
  • Technical Subjects have requirements of supplies a child must bring with them – please refer to the attached document. 
  • Students must come prepared for co-curricular programmes: Compulsory sports – Athletics, Cross Country, Swimming, and cricket for the boys. Other sports on offer include tennis, basketball and volleyball. Due to COVID-19 students are encouraged to bring personal equipment as far as possible, this includes musical instruments for those who will be involved in the music programme. 
  • Boarders to pack umbrellas and raincoats too.
  • All students must have a Bible (not a Bible App)
  • Maths students from Form 2 upwards must have a Scientific Calculator

Student CABS Card Facilities 

All new boarders are to bring either a copy of their ID or birth certificate in order for the school to facilitate the opening of personal Student CABS Card accounts through which parents can make pocket money available directly to their child.

Parents Assembly AGM

Thursday 10 February at 6:30pm via Zoom. Please refer to your emails for more details. 

Reflection

“But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength; they will fly up on wings like eagles; they will run and not be tired; they will walk and not be weary.” — Isaiah 40:31

Newsflash 27/1/22

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Congratulations! 

We have 4 newly licensed drivers. Well done to these young ladies:

  • Blessing Madhiri
  • Makanaka Mashungupa
  • Unouyashe Mukwewa
  • Vanessa Mncube

A reminder that Gweru and Harare-based learners may get involved in the learn to drive programme even now. Contact us on sndlovu@staff.mcc.ac.zw or admin@mcc.ac.zw if you would like to know more. 

May – June Registration Window

Note that we are currently registering pupils for the Cambridge May-June examinations session, inclusive of those who wish to ‘retake’ subjects. Note that registration and payment must be concluded by 4 February, 2022. 

Parents Assembly AGM

As per the notice circulated on Monday, please be advised that this year’s Parents Assembly AGM will take place on Thursday 10 February at 6:30pm via Zoom. Invitation is given to those parents who are interested to stand for office to submit nomination forms to admin@mcc.ac.zw by Tuesday 1 February. Also note that any items one would like to be included in the agenda are also to be received as above – note that you name must accompany this request. We thank the Parents Assembly Committee for the voluntary service they give to the school – assisting in advice, keeping check on standards and in promoting projects and improvements for the benefit of our learners! 

Learn German

A reminder about the letter from the Career’s Department (see attached) outlining opportunity for your child to learn German to a level which can assist them to qualify for tertiary tuition scholarships in Germany. If you would like to pursue this, please register using the link below by 31 January:

https://docs.google.com/forms/u/2/d/e/1FAIpQLSdyF75X4rT75yABWA6rXt7yfWXJEqOgR2G245lPy4YOYfOc_A/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1&flr=0&usp=mail_form_link

French Tour

Note that an opportunity to take part in an educational tour to France in August of this year is available to all of our French students who are 14 years and older. Please refer to the attached itinerary for all details, and get in touch with VERTEX Travel directly should you like to pursue this opportunity:

Rodney Huni – 0772 177 382

rodney@vertextours.com

Our students have toured with Vertex before and we have been satisfied with their service in the past. 

Public Examination Certificate Collection

Note that certificates for all examination boards up to June 2021 (June 2020 for ZIMSEC) are available for collection. They are to be collected from the Front Office either by the candidate or their parents. Anyone else will need an authorisation letter from you, inclusive of their full details, or alternatively you may engage a courier service making a prepayment for them to collect on your behalf. Any queries please contact the Examinations Department – exams@mcc.ac.zw

Reflection:

“I sought the LORD, and He answered me and delivered me from all my fears. Those who look to Him are radiant, and their faces shall never be ashamed. Oh, taste and see that the LORD is good! Blessed is the man who takes refuge in Him!” Psalm 34 : 4-5, 8

Newsflash 19/1/22

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Celebrate with Us! 

We praise the Lord for some very pleasing Cambridge results. We thank you as parents for all of your support and efforts towards your child’s education! 

May – June Registration Window

Note that we are currently registering pupils for the Cambridge May-June examinations session, inclusive of those who wish to ‘retake’ subjects. Note that registration and payment must be concluded by 4 February, 2022. 

Public Examination Certificate Collection

Note that certificates for all examination boards up to June 2021 (June 2020 for ZIMSEC) are available for collection. They are to be collected from the Front Office either by the candidate or their parents. Anyone else will need an authorisation letter from you, inclusive of their full details, or alternatively you may engage a courier service making a prepayment for them to collect on your behalf. Any queries please contact the Examinations Department – exams@mcc.ac.zw

From the Careers Department

A great opportunity to set ones’ self up to be eligible for scholarships for university in Germany. Please see the attached letter from the Careers Department. Note that this offer is to all students across all forms. 

French Tour

Note that an opportunity to take part in an educational tour to France in August of this year is available to all of our French students who are 14 years and older. Please refer to the attached itinerary for all details. Our students have toured with VERTEX before.

Newsflash 16/12/21

Dear Parents and Guardians,

End of Year Results: Thank you to those of you who joined us for our Formal and Final Assembly earlier today. 

Herewith the link for those of you who may have missed it but would like to watch it:

https://us06web.zoom.us/rec/play/yQIBLHf2WJVm0GG-ASiIVfHtPE0cBdutkqXlu7ecPv4uuludCx2CuB-ODyC34WobUgGQaHpC6as7NKDt.cdyOfVhjhcyhujal

Results for all of those who wrote the End of Year examinations will be available on Senatical from tomorrow morning. 

Assessment 6 Results: Join us in celebrating the top achievers for this final academic session of this year. 

Form 1s:

  • Mandovha, Adrian – 5As, 3Bs, 2Cs
  • Maligo, Junior – 1A*, 5As, 2Bs, 1D
  • Ndlovu, Vuyisile – 1A*, 5As, 3Bs
  • Rangarirai, Reuel – 3A*, 3As, 2Bs, 1D
  • Hanyani, Reino – 3A*, 4As, 2Bs, 1D
  • Parichi, Mazvita – 2A*s, 5As, 1B, 1C
  • Wenga, Chikomborero – 2A*s, 5As, 2Bs
  • Chakwesha, Matikudza – 2A*s, 6As, 1B
  • Mutambara, Vongai – 6A*s, 4As

Form 2s:

  • Kamuzonde, Gamuchirai – 2A*s, 3As, 1B
  • Mazengera, Tariro – 3A*s, 4As

*We await the external examination results for subjects not written as internal examinations. 

Form 3s

  • Mutambara, Panashe – 1A*, 4As, 2Bs, 2Cs
  • Manhambo, Jessica – 3A*s, 2As, 3Bs

*We await the external examination results for subjects not written as internal examinations. 

Overall House Positions 

3rd Place – Crown (72As)

2nd Place – Bateleur (78As)

1st Place – Martial (100As)

French Examination Results: Congratulations to the following on passing the DELF-DALF A2 French examinations:

  • Bobo Anouya 
  • Macklenin Anne-Marie K.
  • Maposa Leon T. 
  • Murerwi Vimbayinashe 
  • Mutambara Panashe 
  • Ndlovu Mlindeli 
  • Tombindo Nokutenda 
  • Vundla Methembe 
  • Makwangudze Atipaishe 
  • Moyo Tendai Tebogo

And special congratulations to Nokutenda Munyanduki on passing the DELF-DALF B1 French examinations!

Form 2 Forum: A reminder that this starts at 6pm this evening for all Form 2 pupils and parents. 

New Drivers: Congratulations to Munashe Sibanda and Anotidaishe Munda on passing their road tests!

Holiday Driving: A reminder that it is possible to continue with provisional and driving lessons during the holidays for those based in either Gweru or Harare. For those wanting to make bookings for this holiday period, please contact Mr Ndlovu on sndlovu@mcc.ac.zw

Update from the Examinations Department:

Calendar events  – 2022, Term 1

January 4 

  • Zimsec Shona and Ndebele paper 2 Exam

January 5

  • Release of HSK December 2021 Results

January 10

  • AS and A level results release

January 10 

  • CIE May/ June registration begins 

January 18

  • Release of IGCSE and GCE O level results

February 4

  • CIE June registration closes

April 25

  • CIE May/ June exam session begins

May 6

  • CIE Oct/November registration begins

June 10

  • CIE May/June Exam session ends.

School Office Closing: Note that our offices will close at 4:30pm tomorrow, Friday 17 December, and will reopen at 8am on Monday 3 January 2022. 

Reflection: “For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.” Isaiah 9:6 (NIV)

Newsflash 24/11/21

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Speech and Prize Giving Day: Our Speech and Prize Giving Day will take place at 10am on Saturday 27 November. 

We invite you all to watch this event via our live stream on our Midlands Christian Group of Schools YouTube Channel.

Macpherson’s Photographers will be on site to capture photographs of pupils receiving their awards as well as for studio photographs after the event. Please see further details below. 

All pupils are to wear their ‘Number 1s’ and are to be at school by 9:30am, except those involved in music who are to be at school by 9am. Day scholars should be collected between 12:15pm – 12:30pm. 

We look forward to celebrating our highlights from this year and to catching up with one our alumni! 

Speech and Prize Giving Day Photographs 

 If you would like any photographs taken on this day, please complete the attached photograph order form returning it to the school by 3pm on Friday. Note that payment must be made in cash at the school office, or a Zipit payment may be made directly to the photographer.

End of Year Examinations 

Start tomorrow, Thursday 25 November for Form 3s, and Monday 29 November for Form 1s & 2s, and Tuesday 30 November for some Lower 6s. We look forward to our pupils’ finishing the year strong. 

Congratulations

To Tashinga Denga who in the Allied Arts Literary Festival was recognised as the top Form 4 prose writer for the competition. His script is viewable on the NIAA Facebook Page. 

Reflection

“Come, let us worship and bow down. Let us kneel before the LORD our maker, for he is our God. We are the people he watches over, the flock under his care. If only you would listen to his voice today!” Psalm 95:6-7 (NLT)

  

Newsflash 18/11/21

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Assessment 5 Results –

These are now available on your child’s Senatical Portal for all Form 1, 2 and 3 pupils. 

Congratulations to the top achievers in each year group:

Form 1s

Vongai Mutambara (5A*3A2B)

Form 2s:

Tariro Mazengera (7A*4A)

Form 3s:

Jessica Manhambo (5A*5A1B)

Special mention and congratulations to the following who are the most improved in their forms:

Form 1s – Sean Mandaza and Craig Sungwa

Form 2s – Desire Chigwada and Isabel Mawuka

Form 3s – Brandon Bvure and Takunda Nyamasoka

Final House Positions for Assessment 5:

1st – Crown 

2nd – Bateleur

3rd – Martial 

Congratulations – 

To all Form 2 & 3 Eagles who took part in yesterday’s Interhouse Public Speaking. 

Results as follows:

Impromptu Speeches

1st – Rais Makahamadze

2nd – Panashe Mutambara

3rd – Chrioni Chamboko

Prepared Speeches

1st – Jessica Manhambo

2nd – Elizabeth Maphosa

3rd – Vakatendeka Chiremba

V. Chiremba, J. Manhambo, T. Maphosa

Overall House Totals

1st – Crown 

2nd – Martial

3rd – Bateleur

T. Masi, N. Mutangara, S. Marangwanda – Acting Heads of Crown House

Congratulations –

To our Eagle, Nkosilathi Magazi, who has been called into camp for the provisional Zimbabwe U17 Soccer squad. We wish him all the best! 

Nkosilathi Magazi

Congratulations – 

To Tafadzwa Keith Mudiwa and Udovhusa Kombayi on getting their drivers licences! Contact us if you would like to know more about the driving programme for your child. 

Tafadzwa Keith Mudiwa & Udovhusa Kombayi 

Speech and Prize Giving Day – 2021 – 

A reminder that this event takes place at 10am on Saturday 27 November. This is compulsory for all Form 1, 2, 3 and Lower 6 pupils. Pupils are to wear their “No 1s”. Parents are invited to join this event virtually on the Midlands Christian Group of Schools YouTube Chanel. We look forward to a time in the future when we can all gather together as was our custom! 

Curtain Call – 

Today sees the last of this year’s Cambridge examinations being written! We wish the Form 4s a good rest and all the very best to our Upper 6s as they embark on new adventures!

Reflection – “Clap your hands, all you nations shout to God with cries of joy” Psalm 47:1

Newsflash 4/11/21

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Global Leadership Summit 2021 – Saturday 6 November – 

All Form 1, 2, 3 and Lower 6 pupils to be by their Form Bases on Saturday 6 November at 7:55am. A register will be taken. A reminder that this is a compulsory event for the listed forms. 

Day scholars should be collected from school at 4:35pm on this day. 

Tea break and lunch will be provided for all pupils.

Please note that Form 4s and Upper 6s are not to attend due to examinations. 

Congratulations –

To our Eagles who were acknowledged for their excellent performances in the recently ended National Institute of the Allied Arts Speech and Drama Festival. In addition to the Honours grades they were awarded during the festival, they went on to win the following cups:

  • The Sarah Jane Munn Cup for Most Creative Group – The “Upper 6 Boys” consisting of Takunda Denga, Sherpard Mathonsi, Ngonidzashe Mareverwa, Edmos Dube-Mabeza, Kudzai Garwe, Shaun Sigauke, Prince Moyo, Simeon Tivavenge, Malcom Mahwire, Kudakwaishe Man’ombe, Ngoni Hlatywayo, Kundai-Karl Mpame and Kevin Chifamba.
  • The NIAA Duologue Cup for the Best Duologue – Blessing Madhiri and Nadine Mutangara.  

  

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

Speech and Prize Giving Day – 2021 – 

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

Reflection – 

If you can?” said Jesus. “Everything is possible for one who believes.”

Mark 9:23 (NIV)

Newsflash 27/10/21

Dear Parents and Guardians,

A reminder – 

To please take a moment to complete the following survey – https://forms.gle/1K8MZWGXDDyRae8r8

Further Congratulations –

To our Form 3 student, Jessica Manhambo, who in addition to her newly appointed post to Gweru Junior Council for Ward 3, has also now been elected as the Deputy Junior Mayor of Gweru! We are very proud of her!

Congratulations – 

To all Form 1 Eagles who took part in yesterday’s Interhouse Public Speaking. 

Results as follows:

Impromptu Speeches

 1st – Kimberly Machingura

2nd – Abigail Mutiso

3rd – Michael Muchirahondo

Prepared Speeches

1st – Sheunopa Dondo

2nd – Allan Sachinda

3rd – Mazvita Parichi

Overall House Totals

1st – Crown 

Tied in 2nd – Martial & Bateleur 

Global Leadership Summit 2021 – 

All Form 1, 2, 3 and Lower 6 pupils to be by their Form Bases on Saturday 6 November at 7:55am. A register will be taken. A reminder that this is a compulsory event for the listed forms. 

Day scholars should be collected from school at 4:45pm on this day. 

Tea break and lunch will be provided for all pupils.

Speech and Prize Giving Day – 2021 – 

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

Reflection – 

Rejoice in the Lord always: and again I say, Rejoice” 

Philippians 4:4 

Newsflash 6/10/21

Dear Parents and Guardians,

This Month’s Focus from our MCC Eagles’ Creed:

“I engage in a healthy, physically active lifestyle” – associated verse:

“Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; you were bought at a price. Therefore honour God with your bodies.”  

1 Corinthians 6:19-20

Engagement Meeting: Our sincere thanks to the Gweru parents who made time to meet with us last week!

Thank you too to parents who have also been engaging with us through email. We are in partnership for the development of our children! 

SWOT Leave Reminders for Day Scholars: Day Scholars do not have to come to school during SWOT Leave. However, should they be coming to school to get assistance from their teachers, they are to be at school by 7:20am – reporting to their form teacher for register taking. A day scholar may then only go home between 1-2pm, or at 3:30pm, or at 5pm. Any movements outside of this time will require a written request from a parent. 

Examination Days – Day scholars should be at school by 7:20am on the day that they have a morning examination, and at 1pm on a day that they have an afternoon examination.

Assessment 5 Celebrations: We celebrate the following top achievers for the Internal ‘Mock’ Examinations. A reminder to check on your child’s performance through the Senatical Portal – Use the quick link on our website. For assistance and password resets – please email senatical@mcc.ac.zw

Positions by House:

Position 3: 117 As Bateleur House

Position 2: 157 As Crown House

Position 1: 188 As Martial House 

U6 Top Achiever

Tirimunashe Shumba – 16 points

L6 Top Achiever

Karl Makahamadze – 20 points 

Form 4 Top Achiever

Rachel Tivavenge – 2A*, 5As

Form 3 Top Achiever

Panashe Mutambara – 4A*, 4As

Form 2 Top Achiever

Vakatendeka Chiremba – 5A*, 3As

Form 1 Top Achiever

Vongai Mutambara – 4A, 6As

 

Form 4 Subject Prize Winners (Awarded to the person with the highest Mid-Year Percentage higher than 75%):

  • English Literature & The Bhadhela Wholesalers Trophy – Tashinga Denga, Timukudzeishe Dondo, Emily Ndewere
  • English Language & The Rungisa Kombayi Trophy for English – Tanatswa Sisimayi
  • French & The Johnson French Trophy – Timukudzeishe Dondo
  • Geography & The Bhadhela Wholesalers Geography Trophy – Tinashe Masvore
  • Mathematics & The Patel Mathematics Cup – Tinashe Masvore
  • Physics & The Patel Physics Cup – Tinashe Masvore
  • History & The Tsitsi Nyamuzihwa Trophy – Vimbai Gwimbi
  • Ndebele – Vimbai Gwimbi
  • Chemistry & The Patel Chemistry Cup – Rachel Tivavenge
  • Accounting & The Bhadhela Wholesalers Accounts Trophy – Rachel  Tivavenge
  • Biology & The Patel Biology Cup – Joshua Mukondiwa
  • Biology (Core) – Tapiwanashe Makarichi
  • Fashion & Fabrics & The Jackson F & F Shield – Nigel Sibanda
  • Art & ‘O’ Level Art Shield – Laura Dzawo
  • Agriculture & The Grove Agriculture Trophy – Charmaine Mpepu
  • Design & Technology & The D Jackson Shield – Timukudzeishe Dondo
  • Physical Education – William Kasitomo and Laura Dzawo

Lower 6 Subject Prize Winners (Awarded to the person with the highest Mid-Year Percentage higher than 70%):

  • Mathematics & The Rubber Products Manufacturers Trophy – Takudzwa Ganhure
  • Biology & The Rubber Products Manufacturers Biology Trophy – Takudzwa Ganhure
  • Chemistry & The Entry Technology Chemistry Trophy – Takudzwa Ganhure
  • Geography & The Cash Choice Geography trophy – Panashe Mudyahoto
  • Physics & The Entry Technology Physics Trophy – Tadiwanashe Manyakaidze
  • History – Sharon Marangwanda
  • AS English Language – Sharon Marangwanda
  • Literature & The Cash Choice Literature Trophy – Sharon Marangwanda
  • Computer Science – Blessing Madhiri
  • Business Studies – Karl Makahamadze
  • Economics – Karl Makahamadze
  • Accounting – Karl Makahamadze
  • ICDL – Tadiwanashe Manyakaidze
  • Divinity & The Cash Choice Divinity Trophy – Kudzaishe Mumba
  • Physical Education – Tawananyasha Takaendisa

Upper 6 Subject Prize Winners (Awarded to the person with the highest Mid-Year Percentage higher than 70%):

  • Biology – Tirimunashe Shumba
  • Mathematics & The Yssy Perkins Maths Cup – Mufarowashe Dhitima and Kudakwaishe Man’ombe
  • Chemistry & The Devenport Chemistry Trophy – Kudakwaishe Man’ombe
  • Business Studies & The Merry Mhangami Trophy – Simeon Tivavenge
  • Accounting & U6 Accounts Trophy – Simeon Tivavenge
  • Economics & The NMB Shield – Sherpard Mathonsi
  • Computer Science – Kevin Chifamba
  • Geography & The Uwen Manual Trophy – Rachel Banda 
  • Literature & The Pswarai Trophy – Kundai-Karl Mpame
  • History & The Needflow Enterprises History Trophy – Kundai-Karl Mpame
  • Divinity & The Plight Trading Divinity Trophy – Elizabeth Msipa

Newsflash 15/9/21

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Lower 6 Consultation –Thank you to all who have kept their Consultation appointments this week. We trust that as our pupils complete their final preparations for their AS examinations, they will be sober to the reality of the impact that these results will have on their final A Level mark next year and will endeavour to give of their best.

Assessment 4 Results – Amendments – In celebrating our top achievers for Assessment 4, please note the following amendments:

U6 Top Achievers

Jones, Natasha – 14 points

Magadza, Panashe – 14 points

Man’ombe, Kudakwaishe – 14 points

Mpame, Kundai-Karl – 14 points

Msipa, Elizabeth – 14 points

Chifamba, Kevin – 15 points

Chaibva, Tinevimbo – 16 points

Gwangwadza, Ashlee – 16 points

Mpepu, Samantha – 16 points

Dhitima, Mufarowashe – 17 points

Shumba, Tirimunashe – 17 points

Sigauke, Shaun – 17 points

Sianaga, Alban – 18 points

Muroyiwa, Rufaro – 20 points

L6 Top Achievers

Ganhure, Takudzwa – 14 points

Mlauzi, Tanatswa – 14 points

Manyakaidze, Tadiwanashe – 16 points

Ncube, Khimathi – 16 points

Mncube, Vanessa – 17 points

Mpehla, Nicole – 17 points

Madhiri, Blessing – 18 points

Musingarabwi, Tawananyasha – 18 points

Marangwanda, Sharon – 19 points

Mutangara, Nadine – 19 points

Makahamadze, Karl – 19 points

Our apologies for the errors published in last week’s newsflash. 

Chinese Examination Results – Congratulations to the following Form 2 Eagles who were the top achievers in last HSK 1 examination session. 

The total number of marks achievable was 200.

Elizabeth Maphosa – 200

Abigail Dzinoreva – 195

Vakatendeka Chiremba – 195

Tariro Mazengera – 190

Charity Sigauke – 190

New Drivers –

We also congratulate the following Eagles on recently passing their road tests:

Zaid Hassim

Nigel Sibanda

Nadine Mutangara 

Tafadzwa Gunda

Hannah Pombo

For those who may want their child to pursue this valuable lifeskill whilst with us at school, please see the attached documentation regarding this option with Zebra School of Motoring. 

Reflection:

“But when the Spirit of Christ empowers your life, you are not dominated by the flesh but by the Spirit. And if you are not joined to the Spirit of the Anointed One, you are not of him.” Romans 8:9 (TPT)