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Peterhouse Girls

Achievements

SPORTING, CULTURAL, ENVIRONMENTAL & SOCIAL ACHIEVEMENTS 2016

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS IN SPORT 2016

SPORTSWOMAN OF THE YEAR 2016
Winner: Martha Querl Trophy Samantha Bibby
Sportsmanship: Tate Trophy Megan Shaxson

ARCHERY
Hellenic Peterhouse Girls came 4th out of 8 schools
Peterhouse Boys Peterhouse Girls came 4th out of 8 schools
Heritage Peterhouse Girls came 4th out of 7 schools
Peterhouse Girls Peterhouse Girls came 5th out of 5 schools
St Georges Peterhouse Girls came 3rd out of 8 schools
NASP National Representatives Shirea Brits, Chanelle Brown, Sallie Kloppers, Tara Magner, Julia Lagesse, Shamiso Rushwaya


ATHLETICS
Arundel Field Events Peterhouse Girls came 4th out of 5 schools
Prince Edward Sprints Challenge Peterhouse Girls came 4th out of 9 schools
Chisipite Invitation Peterhouse Girls came 3rd out of 6 schools
Lomagundi Invitation Peterhouse Girls came 2nd out of 8 schools
Interhouse Athletics Standards 1st Sable, 2nd Eland, 3rd Impala, 4th Kudu
Interhouse Pentathlon 1st Eland, 2nd Eland and Kudu, 4th Sable
Interhouse Individuals 1st Sable, 2nd Eland, 3rd Impala, 4th Kudu
Interhouse Relays 1st Eland and Sable, 3rd Impala, 4th Kudu
District Selection Rumbidzai Hodzonge, Paidamoyo Tswatswa, Gifty Antwi, Anotida Chapfika, Emma Mallon, Ruvimbo Dobbie
Provincial Selection Rumbidzai Hodzonge, Paidamoyo Tswatswa, Gifty Antwi
Prince Edward Sprints 3rd out of 7 schools
Cock’s Ties Emma Mallon, Anotida Chapfika, Paidamoyo Tswatswa, Samantha Bibby,
Samantha Munatsirei, Megan Shaxson, Gifty Antwi
Half Colours Anotida Zhanda, Paidamoyo Tswatswa, Gifty Antwi
Full Colours Rumbidzai Hodzonge

CROSS COUNTRY
Lomagundi Invitation Peterhouse Girls came 2nd out of 6 schools
Watershed Invitation Peterhouse Girls came 1st out of 7 schools
Arundel Invitation Peterhouse Girls came 1st out of 5 schools
Interhouse 1st Eland, 2nd Kudu, 3rd Sable, 4th Impala
Cock’s Ties Samantha Bibby, Jennifer Edwards
Distinctions Andie Kuipers
Half Colours Lorna Doorman, Julia Moores

BASKETBALL
League Matches Played (25) Won (11) Lost (14)
1st Team 5 2 3
2nd Team 5 3 2
U16A 5 3 2
U15A 5 0 5
U14A 5 3 2

Tournaments Played Won Lost Drew
Girls College: U14 4 1 2 1
Petra Invitational: 1st Team 5 3 2
came 4th out of 10 teams
Bulawayo Convent: U15 Peterhouse Girls came 5th out of 8 schools
Harare Convent: U16 Peterhouse Girls came 2nd to win the silver medals
CHISZ Top Schools: 1st Team 5 4 1
Peterhouse Girls came 2nd to win the silver medals

Interhouse 1st Eland, 2nd Kudu, 3rd Sable, 4th Impala
Most improved Junior player Anesu Nzenza-Grant
Most improved Senior player Irene Songore
Provincial Teams U18 Tafadzwa Saburi, Kafuma Nyumbu, Shyline Kambarami, Irene Songore, Candace Chiutsi, Anotida Zhanda, Anesu Nzenza-Grant
ATS Zimbabwe U18 Shyline Kambarami
Cock’s Ties Irene Songore, Tara Magner, Yemurai Machacha
Half Colours Tafadzwa Saburi, Anotida Zhanda
Full colours Shyline Kambarami (re –award)

HOCKEY
Festival at St Mary’s SA
This year the 1st Team went to the St Mary’s Hockey Festival in Johannesburg where they finished 26th out of 36 schools.

League Matches
PHG A League Hockey PHG B League Hockey PHG B League Hockey
1st Team came 5th in the league 2nd Team came 5th in the league 3rd Team came 1st in the league
U16A came 1st in the league U16B came 2nd in the league U16C came 1st in the league
U15A came 1st in the league U15B came 1st in the league U15C came 1st in the league
U14A came 1st in the league U14B came 1st in the league U14C came 1st in the league

Golden Girls Peterhouse Girls 1st Team finished 3rd
U14 Festival U14A came 3rd out of 10 teams
U14B came 7th out of 10 teams
U15 Festival U15A came 3rd out of 10 teams
Interhouse Hockey 1st Eland, 2nd Impala, 3rd Sable, 4th Kudu
Provincial Representation
U18A Tarisai Mudiwa, Jo-Anne van Reenen, Nicole Taffs, Hannah Snyder, Simone Marchussen, Carolyn Bradnick, Megan Shaxson, Amber Hinze, Samantha Bibby, Cate Bartlett
U18B Emily Dollar, Emily Havercroft
U18 Non-Travelling Reserve Paidamoyo Tswatswa
U16A Mazvita Mtausi-Gwaradzimba, Kundai Rugube, Laura Chinhundu, Lillian Pope, Merce’des Beekes, Ruvimbo Dobbie, Bryony Dawson
U16B Katrina de Chassart, Tannatswanashe Marimirofa, Rebecca Gau
U16 Non-Travelling Reserves Chloe Mujaranji, Georgina Lock
National Representation
Zimbabwe U21 Simone Marchussen, Megan Shaxson, Amber Hinze
Zimbabwe U18A Nicole Taffs, Simone Marchussen, Carolyn Bradnick, Megan Shaxson, Amber Hinze
Zimbabwe U18B Jo-Anne van Reenen, Hannah Snyder, Samantha Bibby, Cate Bartlett
Zimbabwe U16A Lillian Pope, Tannatswanashe Marimirofa, Rebecca Gau
Zimbabwe U16B Bryony Dawson, Ruvimbo Dobbie, Merce’des Beekes
Cock’s Ties Emily Dollar, Kundai Rugube, Ruvimbo Dobbie, Mazvita Mtausi-Gwaradzimba, Cate Bartlett, Tarisai Mudiwa
Half Colours Jo-Anne van Reenen, Hannah Snyder, Samantha Bibby, Cate Bartlett,
Tannatswanashe Marimirofa
Full Colours Amber Hinze, Nicole Taffs, Carolyn Bradnick, Megan Shaxson, Simone
Marchussen

HORSE RIDING
PEC Annual Show results
70cm jumping 1st Kyra Zartmann, 2nd Stacey Dunstan, 3rd Bridget Lapham
80cm jumping 1st placeTerrance Sage, 2nd Chloe Lagesse,
90cm jumping 1st Marileen van der Westhuizen, 2nd Kudakwashe Denhere, 3rd Tawanda Chauruka
1m jumping 1st Marileen van der Westhuizen, 2nd Stephanie du Plessis, 3rd Kylie Loubser,

Trophies awarded
Most improved junior rider Stacey Dunstan
Most improved senior rider Jiaxian Liu
“Most valuable rider” Marileen van der Westhuizen
Best horsemanship trophy Louise Retzlaff
Most points for the season trophy Kylie Loubser
Malwatte cup for attitude, ability and contribution
Stephanie du Plessis
Marileen van der Westhuizen and Janine Coetsee went to South Africa representing Zimbabwe. Came back with a 3rd place each and rode very well against steep competition.

Cock’s Ties Samantha Chikutu, Megan Reeves, Hailey Hawkins, Janine Coetsee, Prudence Chikaka, Jessica Davis, Sage Gifford, Runyararo Kaukonde
Half Colours Stephanie du Plessis
Full Colours Janine Coetsee, Marileen van der Westhuizen

ROWING
South African Championships Regatta
U14 Single 1st Place - Holly Bicknell
U14 Double 1st Place - Holly Bicknell, Emma Kuipers
U14 Quad 1st Place - Holly Bicknell, Emma Kuipers, Victoria Wood, Jade O’Donovan, Siobhan Jones
U16 Quad 8th Place - Lindsay Edwards, Aqua Evans, Tanya Odendaal, Kayla Collett
U19 Double 4th Place - Samantha Bibby, Georgie Baxter
Peterhouse won the overall Trophy for Best Co-Ed school at the event for most overall points.

Regattas (3rd Term)
SGBC Regatta 6 x1st , 5 x 2nd , 5 x 3rd
HRC Regatta 2 x 1st, 1 x 2nd, 3 x 3rd

National Representation
U19 Zimbabwe A Squad Samantha Bibby was selected to Represent Zimbabwe at the Junior World
Championships in Rotterdam.

Junior Progress Shield for Rowing Victoria Wood
Cock’s Ties Lindsay Edwards, Aqua Evans, Tanya Odendaal, Kayla Collett, Olivia Wilding-Davis, Georgina Baxter, Wendy Dollar, Jessica Davis
Half Colours Samantha Bibby, Georgina Baxter, Jessica Davis
Full Colours Samantha Bibby, Jessica Davis

SQUASH
League matches
3rd League matches won 8 lost 4
PHG A came 2nd out of 8 in the 3rd league
Interhouse Squash 1st Sable, 2nd Impala, 3rd Kudu, 4th Eland
Senior Champion Vivyan O'Donovan
Runner up Megan Craven
Junior Champion Lillian Pope
Runner Up Merce’des Beekes
Most improved Senior player Dayna Herring
National Representation
U19A Vivyan O’Donovan (4), Shelley Munro (6), Megan Craven (7)
Cock’s Ties Sarah Worswick

SWIMMING
1st Term - A Section Gala
Chisipite Gala Peterhouse Girls came 3rd out of 6 schools
Hellenic Gala Peterhouse Girls came 3rd out of 6 schools
Mashonaland A Section Gala Peterhouse Girls came 3rd out of 6 schools
3rd Term - A Section Gala
Peterhouse Gala Peterhouse Girls came 2nd out of 6 schools
Peterhouse Finals gala Peterhouse Girls came 4th out of 8 schools

Interhouse Gala 1st Eland 415 pts, 2nd Impala 383 pts, 3rd Kudu 327 pts, 4th Sable 293pts

Victrix Ludorum
U14 1st Erin Elliott, 2nd Idanai Dube
U15 1st Courtney Brown, 2nd Jordan Hulley
U16 1stAmy Doorman, 2nd Amy Kluckow
Senior 1st Lorna Doorman, 2nd Cate Bartlett
Courtney Brown made the 50m freestyle final

Provincial Representation
Manicaland Aimee Barron
Midlands Idanai Dube competed
National Representation

Cock’s Ties Courtney Herring, Jamie-Lee Soper, Robyn Edwards, Hannah Philp
Distinction Julia Moores
Colours Lorna Doorman (re-award)

TENNIS
Interhouse Tennis 1st Impala, 2nd Kudu, 3rd Eland, 4th Sable
District and Provincial Selection
U18 Mash A Mazvita Mtausi-Gwaradzimba, Nicole Taffs
U18 Mash B Samantha Munatsirei, Carolyn Bradnick
U15 Mash A Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba, Ella Parham
U15 Mash B Tanyaradzwa Chara, Audrey Chiponda, Sasha Mukucha
National Selection
Zimbabwe A U19 Samantha Munatsirei
Tennis Championships
Junior Doubles Winners Katrina de Chassart, Bryony Dawson
Runners-up Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba, Ella Parham
Senior Doubles Winners Samantha Munatsirei, Megan Shaxson
Runners-up Nicole Taffs, Nomkhosi Malaba
Junior Singles Winner Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba
Runner up Bryony Dawson
Senior Singles Winner Samantha Munatsirei
Runner up Mazvita Mtausi-Gwaradzimba
Cock’s Ties Nomkhosi Malaba, Mazvita Mtausi-Gwaradzimba, Hannah Snyder, Nicole Taffs, Amber Hinze, Carolyn Bradnick
Full Colours: Samantha Munatsirei (re-award)
Most Improved Junior Player Allyson Gillwald
Most Improved Middles Player Natalie Nel
Most Improved Senior Player Amanda Khupe

TABLE TENNIS
League matches Played 11 games; seniors won all, juniors won 9 and lost 2
U18 Zimbabwe Team Gamuchirai Shumba, Solethu Sibanda, Courage Kusena
Full Colours Gamuchirai Shumba, Solethu Sibanda
Cock’s Ties Gamuchirai Shumba, Solethu Sibanda

TRIATHLON
Jamie-Lee Soper, Louise van der Westhuizen , Erin Elliottt, Andie Kuipers and Savannah Bekker participated in the
National Championships held in Mt Pleasant, Harare.

5 girls participated at the ATU African Championship which was held in Nyanga, Zimbabwe.

Jamie-Lee , Erin and Andie qualified to represent Zimbabwe at the South African Championships and Africa
Championships held in Bloemfontein South Africa where Jamie-Lee came 14th in the U19 Junior Women’s half distance.

Andie Kuipers was selected to participate in a Talent Identification Camp held in South Africa in preparation for the next Youth Olympic Games.

Cock’s Tie and Half Colours: Jamie-Lee Soper

VOLLEYBALL
1st Term
vs Watershed played 5 won 3
vs Chisipite played 5 won 4
PHG U15 tournament U15A 5th out of 8 schools
U15B 8th out of 8 schools
3rd Term
vs HIS played 2 won 1
vs Westridge played 4 won 4
vs MCC played 5 won 4
vs Gateway played 4 won 4
U16 Tournament U16A came 8th out of 14
U16B came 14th out of 14
Interhouse Volleyball 1st Kudu, 2nd Eland, 3rd Sable, 4th Impala

WATERPOLO
Interhouse 1st Eland, 2nd Sable, 3rd Impala, 4th Kudu
Most Improved Waterpolo Player Georgina Brown
Cock’s Ties Chloe Payne, Chloe Richmond, Julia Moores, Georgina Lock, Robyn Edwards, Sophie Yates, Hailey Hawkins
Half Colours Carolyn Bradnick

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS IN CULTURE 2016

ART AND DESIGN AND DESIGN TECHNOLOGY CLUBS
The afternoon sessions, which include pottery, are run by the Art Department to allow the girls to continue practising what they have learnt in the classroom in a more relaxed atmosphere. The Design Technology Club is run in the workshop. The sessions are helpful opportunities for IGCSE exam candidates to build up their coursework portfolios.

BRIDGE
The 2016 Bridge Club has continued with their weekly matches against Arundel School, Chisipite Senior School, Dominican Convent High School, Hillcrest College, Prince Edward School, St. John’s College, Westridge High School and Peterhouse Boys.
Mashonaland Pairs Panashe Zaranyika and Faith Tsuroh: 9th out of 16 pairs in the A Room
Deidre Sagonda and Anesu Nyamupingidza: 10th out of 16 pairs in the A Room
Eugenia Matukeni and Tanyaradzwa Teveredzi: 14th out of 16 pairs in the B Room
Interhouse Bridge 1st Kudu, 2nd Eland, 3rd Impala, 4th Sable
Cock’s Ties Chiedza Mbidzo, Anesu Nyamupingidza, Diedre Sagonda, Faith Tsuroh, Panashe Zaranyika

BUCKLAND ARTS COMPETITION
The Buckland Arts Inter-house Competition showcases talents in art, photography, fashion and fabrics, cookery, flower arranging, dance, recitation, music and song. It enables the girls to show off their expertise in areas that are not
necessarily catered for in the school.
Marondera Garden Club Trophy for the Best Flower Arrangement
Joanna Hammond
Buckland Trophy for the most points gained individually
Amy Doorman
Buckler Trophy Eland
Overall 1st Eland, 2nd Impala, 3rd Sable, 4th Kudu

CHESS
The club has maintained its small numbers, but has seen an improvement in the quality of the players’ skills. The girls have enjoyed playing with other ATS schools on a friendly level and have filled in for the boys when necessary. There are plans to expose the girls to more competitive matches next year.
Interhouse Chess 1st Impala, 2nd Kudu, 3rd Eland, 4th Sable

CHRISTIAN FORUM
Christian Forum is an inter-denominational group of young Christians who meet on Friday evenings. The club aims to provide a platform for all the girls in the school to grow in their spiritual walk and personal relationship with God. In the Friday evening meetings, there is a lot dancing and singing during praise and worship before hearing messages from different invited guests.

DEBATING
The Debating Society’s purpose is to equip its members with the skills necessary to develop a good argument and deliver it in a way that is not only articulate, but also persuasive and charismatic. The Society took part in several weekly matches against schools such as Westridge High School, Dominican Convent High School, Chisipite Senior School, Arundel School, St. John’s College and The Heritage School.
Interhouse Debating 1st Impala, 2nd Kudu, 3rd Sable, 4th Eland
Service Tie Anesu Mushohwe
Half Colours Rungano Sibanda

DRAMA
Inter-house Plays 1st Eland, 2nd Impala, 3rd Kudu, 4th Sable
Carol Gibson Cup for Best Cameo Performance
Danai Mandebvu (Sable)
Moore Trophy for Best Supporting Actress
Matinatsashe Hove (Eland)
Gibson Trophy for Best Actress Solethu Sibanda (Eland)
Laing Trophy for Best Technical Production
Eland
Chiedza Rwodzi Cup for Best Novice Actress
Ruvarashe Nyika (Kudu)

In the Trinity Term, four girls from the drama club, Tendai Kwesha, Nomkhosi Malaba, Zvikomborero Motsi and
Solethu Sibanda, took part in the play “See How They Run” held in the Fieldsend Hall. This was a roaring success and was enjoyed by all who watched it.

In the Trinity Term, the Drama Club submitted 51 entries to the NIAA Speech and Drama Festival and was awarded the following grades: three 3rd Grades, twenty-five 2nd Grades, eighteen 1st Grades and three Honours Grades.

The Michaelmas Term has seen the club put on “Ladies of Spirit” produced and directed by Jo-Anne van Reenen.

Half Colours Solethu Sibanda, Tendai Kwesha, Zvikomborero Motsi
Full Colours Nomkhosi Malaba

FRENCH CLUB
The club’s year has been filled with activities during which the girls got to use and practise the language outside of the classroom setting.

CONSERVATION CLUB
The Conservation Club has continued with projects such as tree maintenance and waste management. Green Day was once again a large success and very much enjoyed by the school. The highlight of the year was “Music Under the Stars” held to raise money for the Gosho Park electric fence – the major on-going project to help stop poaching.

HOSPITALITY CLUB
The Hospitality Club has continued to grow from strength to strength and improved in the quality of the service it has provided in the hosting of events. The club co-ordinated the set up and running of the annual Culture and Sports Dinners in the Michaelmas Term, and helped with some of the dinners held at Peterhouse Boys. They have also helped with the set up and preparation of the special Speech Day luncheon that we are all looking forward to.

INTERACT CLUB
This service club, which is now open to Vth and VIth Formers following an interview process, has continued to support the charities around Marondera which include St. Francis School, Musha Wevana Children’s Home, Ida Wekwako Old People’s Home and Kukura Neshungu. This year’s show, “Sigma”, showcased a variety of acts ranging from singing, playing instruments, dancing, rapping and modelling. It was a very diverse event this year and was greatly enjoyed by staff and pupils alike.

KUKURA NESHUNGU
Kukura Neshungu is a charity organisation in Marondera for children with physical disabilities and learning challenges. The Kukura Neshungu pupils visit on a weekly basis and a number of caring, dedicated girls spend time with them. The sessions are filled with a number of activities which include song, dance, and musical chairs. This year a sponsored walk was held by Kukura Neshungu were a group of 20 of the more able bodied members, and two wheelchair bound
members, completed a 5km walk in Calderwood Park to raise money for their organisation. They were flanked by Peterhouse Boys and Girls and all made it back in one piece, including the wheelchair pushers!

LEO
The LEO Club embarked on a number of outreach activities in the Marondera community through visits to Marondera Hospital Children's Ward, Ida Wekwako Old People's Home, Musha Wevana Children’s Home and St. Francis School. The club hosted a successful dance in the Michaelmas Term to raise funds for future projects. The club’s activities were valuable and life-changing experiences for the Leos as they learnt the importance of always remembering those less privileged in our society.

LIBRARY CLUB
The Library Club’s purpose is to promote the love of reading in the pupils and to provide a quiet, desirable environment in the school library. The club members decorated the library, covered new books, assisted with the signing in and out of books as part of their efforts to better the library services which are available to the rest of the pupil body.

MUSHA WEVANA CLUB
The Musha Wevana Club members reach out to the orphaned children who are fostered at the local children’s home. The Club members selflessly give up a few hours of their time every Monday afternoon to interact and play with, and tutor the children who live at the orphanage. The visits are always an uplifting experience for all and bring smiles to the Club’s members and the children who live there.
Service Ties Courtney Herring, Michaela Purdon, Emma Smith

MUSIC

Eisteddfod
Honours (90%) Jessica Charles (Clarinet), Joanna Hammond (Clarinet)
Danai Mandebvu (Vocal
Sivuya Zondani (Vocal)
Senior Mixed Choir (African Contemporary)
Marondera Schools’ Orchestra
Peterhouse Staff Choir
Joy Knowles Trophy Sasha Baker
NIAA Ensemble Cup Peterhouse Girls’ Clarinet Quartet
Mashonaland Holdings Trophy Marondera Schools’ Wind Band
Gem Mercer Trophy Junior Choir
Mash Cambrian Society Cup Senior Girls’ Choir
NIAA Church Choirs Cup Senior Girls’ Chapel Choir
Senior Schools Trophy Senior Mixed Choir (Western)
Mashonaland Holdings Trophy The Marondera Big Band

Girls who completed their ABRSM practical examinations
Sibusisiwe Maswaure (Merit- Grade 5 clarinet)
Jennifer Edwards (Pass- Grade 6 piano and Merit -Grade 6 flute)
Sarah-Ann Soltau (Distinction - Grade 6 clarinet)
Jessica Charles (Merit- Grade 7 clarinet)
Sasha Baker (Distinction- Grade 7 cello)
Joanna Hammond (Pass- Grade 8 clarinet)

Musician of the Year Competition
Junior Michelle Maswaya, Runner Up – Shirea Brits
Intermediate Danai Mandebvu, Runner Up – Munyaradzi Tayi (PHB)
Seniors Jessica Charles, Runner Up- Sasha Baker

Cocks Ties for Orchestra Tadiwa Chidawanyika
Julia Lagesse
Sibusisiwe Maswaure
Kundai Rugube
Half Colours for Music Julia Lagesse
Sibusisiwe Maswaure
Full Colours for Music Sasha Baker,
Jessica Charles
Joanna Hammond

PASTIS
The Peterhouse Awareness of Social Teenage Issues Club is a club that promotes consciousness on a varied number of topical issues that affect the youths of today. The club had meetings with Prince Edward School, Macheke High School and Watershed College during the course of the year. It also hosted a rally at which topics under discussion included friendship, leadership, and self-value and confidence.
Service Ties Marilyn Kadzura, Samantha Mungwari, Nicole Shamuyarira, Tafadzwa
Zvakanaka

PEER COUNSELLING
Peer Counselling is a club that trains senior girls with a unique set of skills which allow them to help others help themselves. The peer counsellor learns to self-actualise through discussion of everyday issues and be able to effect change amongst her peers. The club uses the S.E.E.D Model of counselling whose pillars include Skill, Exploration of Options, Evaluation of the issue and Decision making.

QUIZ
The club competed in several quiz competitions hosted by different schools. They were involved in the Global Foundation for Public Speaking quiz section held at Westgate this year.
Inter-house Quiz 1st Impala, 2nd Sable, 3rd Eland, 4th Kudu

SHONA CLUB
The Shona Club is a cultural club which acts an extension of the Shona lessons and allows the girls to keep in touch with their Shona roots and learn more about the Shona people’s lifestyle and traditions. The club members have learnt several traditional dances and songs which they showcased at the NIAA Speech and Drama Festival.

TOASTMASTERS SOCIETY
The Toastmasters Society which is open to all VIth Formers aims to teach the girls the art of confidence in public speaking. The sessions are conducted in a non-competitive and non-threatening environment, but allow unrestrained discussion on a wide range of topics. The Toastmasters members organise the Inter-house Public Speaking Competition each year as part of their practical experience.
Inter-house Public Speaking
Juniors: Deborah Holman Cup Tinotenda Mukura
Middles: Mary Holman Cup Danai Mandebvu
Seniors: Nicola Ward Cup Gamuchirai Shumba
Inter-house Mells Cup 1st Impala, 2nd Sable, 3rd Kudu, 4th Eland

VIDEO AND EDITING CLUB
The Club exposes the girls to the skills that are required in the field of journalism and allows them to make use of their IT knowledge. The girls have been working on cutting and putting together clips from recordings of various school
activities. They have also taken a trip to Tsindi Ruins to film and make their own documentaries.

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