Tayla Lumsden went to Sun City and represented Matabeleland Ballroom Dancing in the National South African Ballroom Dancing Competition. Tayla was awarded a Second in Ballroom and also in Latin American. She has been able to get enough points to proceed to the next level which is Gold.
Anele Sibanda took part in the Inaugural Dreams Marimba Camp and was awarded a Certificate of Participation from the United States Embassy.
Courteney and Jessica McAllister
Courteney and Jessica McAllister competed in the Senior Nationals Swimming Championships held in Harare. Courteney won 2 Gold Medals, 10 Silver Medals and 1 Bronze Medal. She was the overall champion in her age group. Jessica won 3 Gold Medals and was placed third in her age group.
Form One Camp
After a nerve racking week of receiving AS Level results, the 2017 Prefect body were thrilled to be given the opportunity to have been invited to Form One Camp where everyone could celebrate the incredible results that the Prefects got and also to get to know the Form Ones outside of the class-room environment.
The Prefects went in with a clear vision of what they wanted to achieve, this being team building and breaking down any junior school barriers that may have been formed.
A variety of activities were introduced and these included a scavenger hunt, a car jam, an intense game of dodge ball and many many more.
Form One Camp was a huge success as the Prefects got to know the girls on a more personal level and got the point across that their role is not only to be disciplinarians but to be comforters too.
We look forward to 2017 as we believe the sky is just a rough guide-line of how high we are aiming!
A huge thank you to Mrs Kee Tui, Miss Ncube and Miss Dube for organising the camp and for their constant support and guidance.