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Peterhouse Girls

Achievements

SPORTING, CULTURAL, ENVIRONMENTAL & SOCIAL ACHIEVEMENTS 2019

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS IN SPORT 2019

SPORTSWOMAN OF THE YEAR 2019
Winner: Martha Querl Trophy Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba
Sportsmanship: Tate Trophy Rebecca Gau

ARCHERY
Peterhouse Girl’s NASP Tournament Peterhouse Girls came 2nd out of 6 schools
Peterhouse Boy’s NASP Tournament Peterhouse Girls came 2nd out of 6 schools
St. Georges College NASP Tournament Peterhouse Girls came 2nd out of 6 schools
St. John’s Prep NASP Tournament Peterhouse Girls came 2nd out of 6 schools
Arundel NASP Tournament Peterhouse Girls came 2nd out of 6 schools
NASP National Representatives Ria Pareekh and Shirea Brits
NASP Development Representatives Sallie Kloppers and Sarah Wellock
Half Colours Ria Pareekh and Shirea Brits


ATHLETICS
Prince Edward Sprints Challenge Peterhouse Girls came 3rd out of 8 schools
Peterhouse Girls Invitation Peterhouse Girls came 1st out of 5 schools
Chisipite Invitation Peterhouse Girls came 2nd out of 5 schools
Interhouse Athletics Standards 1st Eland, 2nd Kudu, 3rd Impala, 4th Sable
Interhouse Pentathlon 1st Sable, 2nd Impala, 3rd Eland, 4th Kudu
Interhouse Individual 1st Eland, 2nd Kudu, 3rd Impala, 4th Sable
Interhouse Relays 1st Eland, 2nd Sable, 3rd Kudu, 4th Impala
District Selection Chaneil Yosa, Doné Erasmus, Leesa Mutandwa and Tamika Mparuri
Provincial Selection Chaneil Yosa, Doné Erasmus, Leesa Mutandwa and Danielle Murrell
1st Team Tracksuit Andie Kuipers, Courtney Brown, Rebekah Royston, Chaneil Yosa, Doné Erasmus, Maja Potzas, Franchesca Chinhundu, Tiffany Nyamupingidza, Victoria Wood, Mitchelle Mafusire
Cock’s Ties Chaneil Yosa, Doné Erasmus, Andie Kuipers, Rebekah Royston, Erin Elliott, Kimberley Tambula, Karen Mharadze, Jade Carlisle, Maja Potzas, Franchesca Chinhundu, Chimwemwe Msiska

CROSS COUNTRY
Peterhouse Girls Peterhouse Girls came 1st out of 7 schools
Lomagundi Invitation Peterhouse Girls came 2nd out of 9 schools
Watershed Invitation Cancelled
Arundel Invitation Peterhouse Girls came 1st out of 10 schools
Interhouse 1st Eland, 2nd Sable, 3rd Kudu, 4th Impala
1st Team Tracksuit Andie Kuipers, Courtney Brown, Victoria Wood, Lilian Pope, Kylie Loubser, Louise van der Westhuizen, Natalie Moores, Amy Baxter, Erin Elliott, Doné Erasmus, Rebekah Royston, Stacey Dunstan
Cock’s Ties Andie Kuipers, Erin Elliott, Doné Erasmus, Rebekah Royston, Stacey Dunstan
Half Colours Andie Kuipers, Courtney Brown, Victoria Wood

BASKETBALL
League Matches Played (20) Won (15) Lost (5)
1st Team 4 3 1
2nd Team 4 2 2
U16A 4 3 1
U15A 4 3 1
U14A 4 4 0

Tournaments
Peterhouse Girls U20 Tournament Peterhouse Girls came 4th out of 13 schools
Watershed U20 Tournament Peterhouse Girls came 3rd out of 10 schools

Interhouse Basketball 1st Eland, 2nd Sable, 3rd Impala, 4th Kudu
Most improved junior player Idi Musimwa
Most improved senior player Mitchelle Mafusire
U20 Provincial Team Anesu Nzenza-Grant, Mitchelle Mafurise, Tavonga Mukucha, Charissa Manhanga, Precious Chemhere and Franchesca Chinhundu
U20 ATS Team Anesu Nzenza-Grant, Precious Chemhere and Charissa Manhanga
Distinctions Franchesca Chinhundu, Charissa Manhanga, Kimberley Tambula, Anesu Nzenza- Grant and Mitchelle Mafusire
1st Team Tracksuits Precious Chemhere, Ayanda Fambisayi, Charissa Manhanga, Franchesca
Chinhundu, Kimberley Tambula, Tyra Matizanhau and Rudairo Mutasa
Half Colours Precious Chemhere

GOLF
Kuzivakwashe Zibako is playing off a 25 handicap, working for a 21. There are currently 16 golfers at PHG working towards achieving their handicaps.

HOCKEY
Senior Squad Tour to Pretoria Played 4, won 3, lost 1

League Matches (out of 10 teams per league)
PHG A League Hockey PHG B League Hockey PHG C League Hockey
1st Team came 2nd 2nd Team came 6th 3rd team came 4th
U16A came 1st U16B came 3rd U16C came 2nd
U15A came 5th U15B came 4th U15C came 2nd
U14A came 2nd U14B came 1st U14C came 1st

Overall combined league results
Peterhouse Girls A finished 2nd, Peterhouse Girls B finished 3rd, Peterhouse Girls C finished 2nd.

Golden Girls Runners Up (Silver Medal)
Peterhouse Girls lost (1-1) 0 - 1 in extra time in the Final
Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba was named the 2019 Golden Girls Player of the Tournament
U14 Festival U14A came 3rd out of 8 schools
U15 Festival U15A came 2nd out of 10 schools
Interhouse Hockey 1st Eland, 2nd Sable, 3rd Impala, 4th Kudu

Provincial Representation
MCD U18A Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba, Merce’des Beekes, Lilian Pope, Bryony
Dawson, Bekezela Mbofana, Victoria Wood, Jade Carlisle, Allyson Gillwald
U18B Rebecca Gau, Courtney Brown, Amy Kluckow, Chipo Chidakwa, Jessica Kriel
U16A Kimberley Joseph, Doné Erasmus, Jamie-Lee Kaschula, Ropafadzo Madziwanyika Tanyaradzwa Changa, Nakai Mujaranji, Adel Kotzé, Chaneil Yosa, Idi Musimwa
U16B Emily Wood, Chido Chasara, Maliksha Goven, Genevieve Shoesmith, Charissa Manhanga

National Representation
Zimbabwe Ladies National Team Lilian Pope
Zimbabwe Junior World Cup Squad Lilian Pope, Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba
Zimbabwe U18A Lilian Pope, Bryony Dawson, Merce’des Beekes, Bekezela Mbofana, Victoria Wood
Zimbabwe U18B Courtney Brown, Jade Carlisle
Zimbabwe U16A Doné Erasmus, Jamie-Lee Kaschula
Zimbabwe U16B Tanyaradzwa Changa, Adel Kotzé, Nakai Mujaranji, Genevieve Shoesmith
Non Travelling Reserves Amy Kluckow (U18), Emily Wood (U16)

1st Team Tracksuit Tanaka Muringani and Chipo Chidakwa
Distinctions Rebecca Gau, Lilian Pope, Merce’des Beekes, Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba, Bryony Dawson, Taige Innes
Half Colours Victoria Wood, Courtney Brown, Jade Carlisle
Full Colours Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba, Bekezela Mbofana

HORSE RIDING
The Davis Cup for The Joy of Riding Nokutenda Magwiro
Green Shield Most Improved Junior Amy Ferreira
Celeste Trophy for Most Improved Rider Courtney Wellock
Allen Trophy Most Promising Rider Melissa Allott
Spur Trophy - Horsemanship Rachel Stanton
Newmarch Memorial Trophy for Most Points Katie Loubser
Malwatte Cup - Attitude, Ability, Commitment Daniella Anderson
1st Team Tracksuit Erin Elliott

ROWING
South African Championships Regatta (Medal Winners)
U15 Double Final 3rd Place Genevieve Shoesmith and Kayla Kalweit (Bronze)
U16 Single Final 3rd Place Stacey Dunstan (Bronze)
U16 Double Final 3rd Place Doné Erasmus and Stacey Dunstan (Bronze)
Rowing Association of Zimbabwe National Championships (Medal Winners)
Gold Medal Winners Lara Weller, Genevieve Shoesmith. Sophie Le Boulengé (Singles); Genevieve Shoesmith and Kayla Kalweit (Double), Doné Erasmus and Stacey Dunstan (Double), Megan Dunstan (Cox) Sophie Le Boulengé, Doné Erasmus, Stacey Dunstan and Krystal Barber (Quad)
Junior Progress Shield for Rowing Genevieve Shoesmith
Cock’s Ties Holly Bicknell and Victoria Wood
Half Colours Holly Bicknell

SOCCER
League results Played 12, won 6, drew 4, lost 2 (Goals for 18, Goals against 9)
Final league position Runners-up

SQUASH
League matches
3rd League matches 1st Term won 5, lost 0 - Peterhouse Girls came 1st out of 5 schools
3rd League matches 2nd term won 5, lost 1 - Peterhouse Girls came 1st out of 6 schools
Interhouse Squash 1st Sable, 2nd Eland, 3rd Kudu, 4th Impala
Senior Champion Lilian Pope
Runner up Bridget Lapham
Junior Champion Elizabeth Moore-Gordon
Runner Up Ashleigh Dhobbie
Most Improved Senior Player Bridget Lapham
Cock’s Ties Bridget Lapham, Laura Lagesse, Deborah Davy, Stacey Dunstan, Rebekah Royston
National Representatives Laura Lagesse and Elizabeth Moore-Gordon

SWIMMING
1st Term - A Section Individual Galas
Hellenic Invitational Gala Peterhouse Girls came 3rd out of 6 schools
Chisipite Invitational Gala Peterhouse Girls came 3rd out of 6 schools
Northern Section Finals Gala Peterhouse Girls came 3rd out of 6 schools
A Section Finals Gala Peterhouse Girls came 3rd out of 8 schools
3rd Term - A Section Relays Galas
Chisipite B Invitational Gala Peterhouse Girls came 3rd out of 6 schools
Arundel Gala Peterhouse Girls came 3rd out of 6 schools
Finals Relay Gala Peterhouse Girls came 3rd out of 7 schools

Interhouse Gala 1st Sable, 2nd Eland, 3rd Impala, 4th Kudu

Victrix Ludorum
U14 1st Stephanie Russell, 2nd Shae Macrae
U15 1st Chrissy Wenham, 2nd Pareena Niranjan-Bhana
U16 1st Ayla Skye Greeff, 2nd Temwani Chibiya
Senior 1st Courtney Brown, 2nd Amy Doorman

Provincial Representation Courtney Brown (Mashonaland), Amy Doorman, Amy Kluckow (MCD)
National Representation Courtney Brown, Amy Doorman, Temwani Chibiya (Zambia)
Cock’s Ties Amy Doorman, Amy Kluckow
Full Colours Amy Doorman

TENNIS
Interhouse Tennis 1st Sable, 2nd Eland, 3rd Kudu, 4th Impala
Zimbabwe U19A Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba
Tennis Championships
Junior Singles Winner Amy Chadwick
Senior Singles Winner Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba
Distinction Tanyaradzwa Midzi for outstanding international results on the ITF Circuit
Full Colours Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba
Most Improved Junior Player Tamupashe Muchena
Most Improved Middles Player Nakai Mujaranji
Most Improved Senior Player Rebecca Gau

TABLE TENNIS
Juniors and seniors combined Played 64 games in total. Won 53 and lost 11

TRIATHLON
Andie Kuipers and Erin Elliott were selected to represent the Zimbabwe Triathlon team.
South African School Championship U17 Andie Kuipers came 4th (Sprint)
Erin Elliott came 7th (Sprint)
Troutbeck ATU Triathlon Junior African Cup Women Andie Kuipers 4th
Erin Elliott 5th
Zimbabwe National Triathlon Series U17 Andie Kuipers 1st
Erin Elliott 3rd
Discovery Triathlon World Cup (Cape Town) U19 Andie Kuipers 2nd (Silver Medal)
Africa Games Women Andie Kuipers 3rd (Bronze Medal)
Junior World Triathlon Championships Women Andie Kuipers 58th out of 70
Zimbabwe Triathlon Colours Andie Kuipers (re-award)

VOLLEYBALL

1st Term ATS U20 Selection Tournament
National Selection Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba, Anesu Nzenza-Grant, Precious Chemhere

3rd Term Played 7, won 4, lost 3

U16 Tournament (Peterhouse) U16A came 3rd out of 13 schools
U16B came 12th out of 13 schools

Interhouse Volleyball 1st Kudu, 2nd Impala and Eland, 4th Sable

Half Colours Precious Chemhere

WATERPOLO
Interhouse Waterpolo 1st Eland 2nd Sable, 3rd Impala, 4th Kudu
1st Team Tracksuit and Cock’s Tie Wadzanai Chiweshe



OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS IN CULTURE 2019

ART & DESIGN, PHOTOGRAPHY AND DESIGN TECHNOLOGY CLUBS
The Photography sessions run by the Art Department try to improve photographic abilities and enables girls to learn more about their cameras. The art clubs aim to teach a range of crafts by promoting recycling. The Design Technology Club held in the workshop creates opportunities for IGCSE exam candidates to build their coursework portfolios, as well as allow younger girls to make a range of objects to reinforce what they learn in class.

BRIDGE
We have had weekly matches on a Tuesday afternoon throughout the year against Arundel, Chisipite, Dominican Convent, Prince Edward, St John’s College and Hellenic Academy, usually in a three way match with Peterhouse Boys, with varying levels of success.
Interhouse Bridge 1st Sable, 2nd Eland, 3rd Kudu, 4th Impala
Mashonaland Pairs A room 3rd Shamiso Chikuri and Tanatswa Njanji
B room 4th Nokutenda Gundo and Sandlesenkosi Mushambavanhu
Cock’s Ties Nokutenda Gundo, Tinotenda Mapani, Rufaro Makoni, Michelle Murengami, Sandlasenkosi Mushambavanhu
Half Colours Shamiso Chikuri, Tanatswa Njanji

BUCKLAND ARTS COMPETITION
The Buckland Arts Interhouse Competition showcases talents in art, photography, cookery, flower arranging, dance, recitation, music and song. The installations continued this year, with Impala winning this particular category. The competition 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: Chloe Oosthuizen
Buckland Trophy for the most points gained individually: Bryony Dawson
Buckler Trophy Impala
Overall 1st Eland, 2nd Kudu, 3rd Impala, 4th Sable

BUDDING AUTHORS AND FILM CLUB
The Budding Authors Club is dedicated to writing, discovering the power of words, a fertile imagination and love of storytelling. The club has produced scripts, many short stories and poems. Next year the club hopes to introduce an Inter-house writing competition.

The Film club focuses on film making and the analysis of original and commercial film productions globally. Members learn about character and story development; visual effects (framing, colour, special effects), as well as
animation. The Budding Authors Club aims to collaborate with the Film Club in the near future to produce a short film.

CHESS
The Club has grown in number this year with a lot of interest especially from the junior blocks. We continued to
participate in the ATS Chess league where the girls have learnt a lot.
Interhouse Chess 1st Sable, 2nd Eland, 3rd Impala, 4th Kudu
Cock’s Ties Natercia Makwiranzou, Alicia Chiremba, Tatenda Ndaudzwa and Tinotenda Mapani

CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
Christian Fellowship aims to provide a platform for all the girls in the school to grow in their spiritual walk and personal relationship with God. Weekly, a guest speaker is invited and is preceded by a live CF band or videos in the praise and worship session. In the first term, we host a team of volunteers from Zambesi Holidays; for what is called “Mission Week” - to spend time in building relationships with each other and God.

Service Ties Chiedza Njike, Caroline Mufanebadza, Tatenda Zvidzai, Anesu Mhete, Faith Kunaka, Primrose Rundogo.
Distinctions Danai Mandebvu, Amy Baxter, Bryony Dawson, Chipo Chidakwa, Jessica Saunders, Megan Hough, Amy Doorman, Karen Nleya.

DEBATING
The Debating Society’s purpose is to sharpen members’ ability to think and listen critically and to articulate their thoughts confidently. The society took part in several weekly matches against schools such as Dominican Convent High School, Chisipite Senior School, Arundel School, St. John’s College and Hellenic Academy.
Interhouse Debating 1st Sable, 1st Impala, 3rd Kudu ,4th Eland,
Junior Best Speaker - Varaidzo Whata
Senior Best Speaker - Bekezela Mbofana

DRAMA
Of the 38 entries in the NIAA, 8 were graded with Honours; 28 were 1st Grades and 2 were 2nd Grades; the best set of results to date. Of particular mention is the original play written and directed by Meagan de Kock – The Mummy’s Purse – which received Honours. Meagan also received Honours for her solo poetry. Rufaro Songore was also awarded 2 Honours’ certificates.
The school musical ‘Once on This Island’ was a great success, as was the senior play – Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night and the junior play – The Lion King.

Interhouse Plays 1st Eland, 2nd Sable, 3rd Impala, 4th Kudu
Carol Gibson Cup for Best Cameo Performance Alyssa Makina
Moore Trophy for Best Supporting Actress Rufaro Songore
Gibson Trophy for Best Actress Mufaro Mutangadura
Laing Trophy for Best Technical Production Impala
Chiedza Rwodzi Cup for Best Novice Actress Ruvimbo Mutyatyu

Cock’s tie Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwardzimba, Kayla Rouse
Half Colours Sharonrose Mandudzi, Kayla Rouse, Jordan Lindsay,Tanyaradzwa Kurenzvi, Makanatsa
Mtausi-Gwaradzimba
Full Colours Rufaro Songore, Bekezela Mbofana, Caroline Mufanebadza, Shannen Wilson, Danai Mandebvu, Stephanie Lawrence, Natasha Nathoo, Anusha Chonzi, Mufaro Mutangadura, Chipo Chidakwa

ENVIRONMENTAL CLUB
The Club hosted ‘Green Day’ with a focus on Climate Change. The girls created campaigns and were awarded for their efforts: D Block - Nokutenda Dhobbie, C Block - Thando Ntini, B Block - Ruvarashe Makoni.

FRENCH CLUB
The Club’s year has been filled with activities that encouraged the girls to use and practise the long outside the classroom.

GAVEL CLUB
The formerly named Toastmasters Society, open to all VIth Form, 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 members organise the annual Inter-house Public Speaking Competition as part of their practical experience.
Interhouse Public Speaking 1st Kudu, 2nd Eland, 3rd Impala, 4th Sable
Juniors: Deborah Holman Cup Tanatswa Matonda
Seniors: Nicola Ward Cup Rutendo Mupfumi
Interhouse: Mells Cup Kudu

HOSPITALITY CLUB
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others”- Gandhi
This year the Club was involved in design, set-up and coordination of more than 8 events, including PHG Speech Day, Leavers’ Lunch, Heads’ farewell dinners as well as front of House for the annual school Drama Production ‘Once on This Island’.

INTERACT CLUB
This service club, which is open to Vth and VIth Form, has continued to support the charities around Marondera including Musha weVana Children’s Home, Ida Wekwako Old People’s Home and Kukura neShungu. This year, the Club raised money by selling roses for Valentine’s Day and ticket sales from the Interact Variety Show.

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.

Distnctions Mitchelle Mafusire, Anesu Mhete
Service Tie Ropafadzo Mariga, Rutendo Mukucha, Kuzivakwashe Gore, Tatenda Ndaudzwa,
Tanyaradzwa Kurenzvi, Paidamoyo Maravi, Tavonga Chirombe

LEO
Despite the current economic situation, under the theme “Dynasty”, LEO Club was able to raise funds to assist various charities namely: Ida weKwako , Musha weVana, Marondera General Hospital, Kukura neShungu and St. Francis Primary School.

LIBRARY CLUB
The Library Club members help in numerous ways to keep the library functioning well. Many girls do this as their ‘service’ for the International Award. Senior girls open the library in the evenings to give their peers a quiet place to study. Instead of the usual poetry competitions for Valentine’s Day, the Club asked for cartoons and were overwhelmed with entries, showing what incredible talent we have in this school.

Distinctions Matinatsashe Hove, Stephanie Lawrence, Chiedza Njike, Wadzanai Chiweshe
Service Ties Abigail Mahofa, Tatenda Mapani, Tatenda Ndaudzwa, Sandlasenkosi Mushambavanhu

MODEL UNITED NATIONS
Peterhouse hosted its first ever conference in January and hosted 5 schools. It was centred on the theme: “Are we at Peace?’ The board members organised a well attended workshop to help understand what the MUN Club is about.

MUSHA WEVANA CLUB
The Musha weVana Club members reach out to the orphaned children who live at the local children’s home. The Club members selflessly give up a few hours of their time every Monday afternoon to interact, play games, and tutor the children who live at the orphanage. The visits are always an uplifting experience and enrich the lives of all concerned.

Service Tie Adeline Boka

NEWSPAPER
The school newspaper, “The Crown”, is a club where pupils are given the opportunity to voice their interests and views on issues around them. They write to inform as well as entertain their fellow pupils.
Credits Stephanie Lawrence, Amber Charles, Caitlin Theron, Princess Marimira, Kayla Rouse

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 youth of today. The focus this year was on current affairs and gender issues.

Credits Lewhat Daniel, Mitchelle Mafusire, Vimbayinashe Tambudze, Cheryl Wekare and Anesu
Nzenza-Grant

PECHA KUCHA
Pecha Kucha means ‘chit chat’ in Japanese. It is a thriving Club for the VIth Form, where they learn exciting public speaking techniques. Pupils volunteer to present any material that interests them and they run the evening proceedings. We have had excellent quality Pecha Kuchas’- some of which have been educational and great fun for the whole audience.

QUIZ
The club competed in several quiz competitions hosted by different schools. The captain, Tatenda Zvidzai, has encouraged members to be more dedicated and they have started creating a knowledge database to help future club members to learn new facts in more exciting ways.
Interhouse Quiz 1st Impala, 2nd Sable, 3rd Kudu, 4th Eland
Cock’s Ties Tatenda Zvidzai

SHONA CLUB
The Shona Club is a cultural club which acts as 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 on Cultural Evening which was very successful. They have also taken part in quizzes and debates with other schools.
Distinctions Mitchelle Mafusire, Adeline Boka, Marylene Bandera, Rutendo Magomo, Rutendo Mukucha,
Paidamoyo Maravi, Chimwemwe Msiska, Kuzivakwashe Gore

WORLD SCHOLARS CUP
The theme for 2019 was, “A world on the margins’’. The Club sent a team to participate in the regional round hosted by Hellenic and pupils then qualified for the global round that took place in July, at The Hague. The Peterhouse WSC sent a delegation, including Tanaka Katemauswa, who participated in the team events of debate, essay writing and quiz. They also had an opportunity to see the beautiful cities of The Hague and Amsterdam.

THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH’S INTERNATIONAL AWARD (DOE-IA)
This Award program is being accessed by over 6 million young people from over 100 countries. Peterhouse is one of the few schools in Zimbabwe currently offering this internationally recognised and well respected program to its pupils. This year, the following girls have achieved awards:
Bronze Award Shani Matondo, Deborah Davy, Genevieve Shoesmith, Amber Robinson, Tinotenda Mapani, Abigail Mahofa, Tavonga Chirombe, Bridget Lapham, Ayla Skye Greeff, Kayla Kalweit

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS IN MUSIC 2019
Special Awards
NIAA Senior Mixed Choir Trophy Peterhouse Senior Mixed Choir
NIAA Vocal Solo Cup nomination Keara Shumba

Eisteddfod Honours C Block Marimba Band A
Peterhouse Senior Mixed Choir
Peterhouse Girls Senior Choir
Vocal Ensemble: Senior VIth Form

Charles Moscrop (Vocal Solo)
Peterhouse Vth Form ensemble
Keara Shumba (Vocal Solo)

Girls who completed their ABRSM practical examinations
Danielle Machibaya (Grade 6 voice)
Rutendo Machibaya (Grade 6 voice)
Mupiwa Mungoni (Grade 6 voice)

Musician of the Year Competition
Junior Rutendo Magomo Runner Up – Aneni Chigwedere
Seniors Tatenda Zvidzai Runner Up – Charles Moscroop (PHB)

Full Colours for Music Danai Mandebvu
Tatenda Zvidzai
Keara Shumba
Matinatsashe Hove

COMBINED SENIOR SCHOOLS MUSIC CONCERT
Hosted by St John’s College and held at St John’s Prep school in Harare on 19th September. 13 Schools combined to create the Full Orchestra, Wind Band, String Orchestra, Jazz Band, Marimbas and a Massed Choir of 500 voices, all joining together to celebrate the magic of Africa, Music and People.

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