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Peterhouse Boys

NASP Final Interschools Tournament 2017

"National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) Chisipite Tournament 2017

The final Inter-schools of the year is fiercely contested by Zims top NASP schools to determine the years top teams and individuals.

Rain threatened to shorten the day, but we pushed through and completed the matches, as well as the much anticipated prize giving and awards ceremony that followed.

The parents friendly was won again by Charles Ramphal, with Rich Tennant conceding second place.

Congratulations to the teams and individuals who did well in today's matches, and especially the archers who won medals and trophies based on the years performances.

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A Block at Far n Wide 2017

While a great many of Zimbabwe’s post IGCSE pupils head out to party, the Peterhouse pupils embark on the Far and Wide experience in the Nyanga Mountains. For some the FOMO of not being on O Break still batters their attitude! But, for the vast majority these days, the F&W experience has become a healthy part of tradition at Peterhouse, and is one they look forward to for many reasons: building relationships has come to be the cornerstone of the trip, but many pupils learn a lot about the strengths of diversity in groups, particularly how the opposite sex’s strengths usually counter their own gender’s weakness! All pupils grow in self-awareness; develop resilience, responsibility and resourcefulness. Everyone leaves with a sense of pride in some aspect of their accomplishment.

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World Scholars Cup USA 2017

The tournament was held at Yale University, USA, from the 9th- 14th of November 2017 under the theme of An Unlikely World. The Peterhouse team participated against 1200 students from 50 countries in the junior division. The following concepts where promoted

a) learning outside the classroom
b) use of social media
c) breaking boundaries
d) cultural integration and toleration.
e) The use of social media as an educational tool.

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Global Leadership Summit – Youth Leadership Programme 2017

The Global Leadership Summit (GLS) exists to transform Christian leaders around the world with an injection of vision, skill development, and inspiration. Every year over 400 000 leaders attend the summit in some 140 countries around the world.

Recently Peterhouse has partnered with the GLS team in Zimbabwe and this year our partnership has developed and run two [mini] GLS programmes for senior pupils in schools (we describe these as GLS Youth Leadership Programmes). The first was for our senior pupils at Peterhouse (this intervention won applause (first place) from the GLS youth development team in Chicago)

On Friday 24th November we ran the same programme for CHISZ School Prefects. We attracted 120 pupils from 7 different Schools in Zimbabwe.

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Leavers Ball 2017

This year’s Leavers Ball was held at Raintree in Harare.

It was a grand occasion and the result of our fabulous organising committee led by our Head of School’s moms.

Huge thanks must go to everyone involved in making this a farewell to remember.

To the Leavers of 2017 – we wish you all the best in your future lives, and encourage you to stay in touch, and let us know where you are and how you are getting along.

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Leavers Service 2017

We bid farewell to our Petreans of 2017 on Tuesday 14th November during a fitting and memorable Leavers Service in the Peterhouse Chapel.

An amusing and humorous, yet meaningful and thoughtful, address was given by Mr Lenard Mudiwa, who is himself also leaving at the end of this year, to take up Headship of Lendy Park School.

It is always an emotional time for staff and parents as we watch them sing their last war-cries with the school body.

We wish these young men all the best in the future and do hope they stay in touch via the Petrean Society.

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Duke of Edinburgh International Award Training 2017

This week we hosted three trainers from the Duke of Edinburgh Award at Peterhouse to conduct training on the Award for staff from various ATS schools. Chisipite Senior School, St Johns College, Falcon College, St Andrews International School from Malawi and Peterhouse all sent delegates for training on various aspects of running the Award in Zimbabwe.

The training was top quality and great, great fun. We really got to know one another well and had a good time working together.

We held a special dinner on one of the evenings, where all the pupils at Peterhouse who are doing their Silver and Gold Awards could meet with the trainers and hear from two Gold Awarders who have just achieved this incredible level during their time at Peterhouse.

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The new Megahey Centre at Peterhouse 2017

Speech Day at Peterhouse this term was no ordinary occasion – it marked the opening of the school’s new Learning Resource Centre – The Megahey Centre.

Named after the 3rd Rector of Peterhouse, the late Alan Megahey, and built at a cost of $1.5million, donated to the school by an anonymous benefactor based in the UK, the new LRC is a vibrant, interactive complex with both formal seating for pupils of all ages to access the internet and do online research, as well as more comfortable and relaxed seating areas for them to enjoy reading and studying.

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Speech Day 2017


MATHS AND SCIENCES - Nigel Mushayavanhu
INDUSTRY - Takudzwa Dzingai
IMPROVEMENT - John-Ross Preston

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