Newsletter 29 November
Friday, 29 November, 2019
We have come to the end of our last full week of school for the year. It started off very colourfully with our Civvies Day on Monday to raise funds for the Workers Christmas hampers. Our thanks go to all for the support of this.
On Tuesday afternoon the Grade 7’s performed their matinee performance of ‘Full Circle’. It was well attended with pensioners from Old Age Homes and pupils from neighbouring schools in the audience. The main performance of ‘Full Circle’ was on Wednesday evening. The production was hugely entertaining with mature, confident performances by all the Grade 7’s. Our congratulations go to all the Grade 7’s and to the teachers. Our thanks go to Zain Omarshah for all his help with the script writing, the sound and the lighting.
Our Synchronised Swimming Team competed in the Inter-Schools Synchro Competition this morning where they performed beautifully, coming third overall. Congratulations go to all of them and to Mrs. Wanyanya.
Next week is our final week of Term. Our Carol Concert will be on Monday evening at 6:00pm. All pupils in Grades 3 – 7 will be taking part and all parents are invited.
Our Annual Prize Giving will be on Tuesday evening at 6:00pm. All pupils in Grades 5 – 7 are expected to attend. Prize-winners in other grades will be informed and are expected to attend. All parents are invited to our Prize Giving.
School ends for pupils in ECD to Grade 6 next Wednesday after Final Assembly, which will be at 11:15am. All parents are invited to attend our Final Assembly.
School ends for Teachers and Grade 7 pupils next Thursday 5th December after the last event, which is the Grade 7 Leavers Dinner next Thursday evening.
1B Joanne Kwidini, Hritika Samji, Maliha Masters
1G Michelle Chiguvara, Elaine Ngirandi, Tawananyasha Mawunga, Liyana Kara
2B Anita Mbano, Tanzwika Mazike, Ivainesu Kurotwi, Faithful Masendeke
2H Danai Makwarimba, Tanatswa Chimhenga, Mikayla Madhodha, Priyanshi Gupta
R J Crook