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Peterhouse Girls

Academic, Cultural & Sports Results

ACADEMIC, CULTURAL & SPORTS RESULTS - 12th July 2019 

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

Bridge
v PE
As won 26 – 11
Bs lost 1– 21
Cs won 7– 4

v PHB
As won 13 – 7
Bs lost 0 – 16
Cs lost 4 – 11

Interhouse Chess
Seniors
House / Points / Position
Eland 6/2
Impala 5/3
Kudu 3/4
Sable 10/1

Juniors
House / Points / Position
Eland 7/1
Impala 5/4
Kudu 6/2
Sable 6/2

Overall
House / Points / Position
Eland 13/2
Impala 10/3
Kudu 9/4
Sable 16/1

Quiz
At Arundel
Juniors
As came 4th out of 20
Bs came 12th out of 20

Seniors came 9th out of 20

Best Books Quiz at Dominican Convent
Juniors came 8th out of 20 schools
Seniors came 15th out of 20 schools


Drama
The National Institute of Allied Arts Speech and Drama Festival has come to an end and what a success it has been! Of Peterhouse Girls’ 38 entries, 8 were graded with Honours; 26 were 1st Grades and 4 were 2nd Grades. A very well done to the girls and boys for their stellar performances. These are the best set of grades the schools have scooped for some years. The boys and girls will present a variety of some of their works on the 16th of July at 1900 in the PHG Hall for their peers. Adults are welcome too.

The following girls achieved Honours grades:
Solo Poetry - Kayla Rouse, Rufaro Songore, Teris Miti and Meagan De Kock
Monologue - Tanatswa Matonda
Duologue - Nyasha Dongo and Thandiwe Dube
Original work - The Mummy’s Purse written and directed by Meagan De Kock
Solo Dramatic Improvisation - Mufaro Mutangadura


The final quarter of the term will be focused on the school musical ‘Once On This Island’. Don’t forget to book your tickets early to avoid disappointment. Show dates run from the 24th to the 27th of July. School going children will be charged ZWL$10 and adults ZWL$15. A reminder that the musical is compulsory for Peterhouse pupils. The charge will appear on your end of term school statements. The charge per person for transport, should you wish to book a seat on the hired bus, is likely to be ZWL$100; possibly more. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for bookings.

Leo Dance
The Leo Club is a charity organisation that is run by senior students to provide service to the Marondera community by offering assistance to various beneficiaries within the area. Namely: Ida we Kwako – old age home, Musha weVana Orphanage, The General Hospital, Kukura ne Shungu and St. Francis Primary School.

This year, the Leo Club has done exceptionally well, despite the current economic situation. Under the theme “Dynasty”, the Leo Dance Committee was able to raise RTGS 9000.00. The fundraiser was a success, and has set high standards for the incoming Leos. The dance was the highlight of this year’s achievements, from planning, to carrying out the tasks required, which serves to prove that collective efforts outweigh individual ones.
The aim of the Club is to encourage Leo members to advance as leaders. To utilise the opportunities given, to help others and put to good use the experience, to improve one’s social skills and adjust one’s personality if need be. The words leadership, experience and opportunity are abbreviated within the Club’s name to show what one achieves after being in the Club.

Musician of the year
Junior winner Rutendo Magomo
Senior winner Tatenda Zvidzai

SPORTS

Sports Results

Archery
NASP Archery Tournament held at St. Georges
Peterhouse combined were Runner-up in 3D
Shirea Brits was Runner-up Best Senior Girl in 3D

Basketball
v Watershed
U14 won 22-4
U15 won 22-2
U16 won 18-5
2nd Team won 4-2
1st Team won 22-20

Watershed Invitational Basketball Tournament
PHG came 3rd out of 10 schools narrowly losing to Chisipite by one basket in the Semi-Final.

Golf
Monthly Medal (Chapman)
Kuzivakwashe Zibako placed 52nd out of 62 with a gross total of 113.

Hockey
A League
v Arundel A
U14A won 3-1
U15A won 2-1
U16A won 1-0
1st Team won 3-0

v Kyle A
U14A won 2-1
U15A won 1-0
U16A won 4-1
1st Team won 2-0

B League
v Hellenic
U14B won 1-0
U15B drew 0-0
U16B won 5-2
2nd Team won 2-1

C League
v Gateway B
U15C won 1-0
3rd Team won 2-0
(Gateway did not have an U14C or U16C team)

v Milestone
U16C won 2-1

v Tynwald
U14C won 4-0
3rd Team lost 0-1
(Tynwald did not have U15C or U16C team)

Interhouse Hockey
1st Eland 21 points
2nd Sable 20 points
3rd Impala 14 points
4th Kudu 13 points

Interhouse Horse Riding
Best Turned out Horse and Rider:
50cm class Georgia Grubb (Impala) and Savannah Seaman (Impala) on Magnum
70cm class Anna Freeth (Kudu) on Hassie
90cm class Sienna Page (Sable) on Jenna

Most Improved Rider:
Ashley Dziva (Eland)

Overall House results:
1st Sable 42 points
2nd Eland 30 points
3rd Impala 19 points
4th Kudu 4 points

Congratulations to Katie Loubser and Erin Elliott who have been selected to represent Zimbabwe at the upcoming African Nations Shield Competitions being held at Duneside Equestrian Centre in Namibia in August. There are 5 countries competing at this event: Zimbabwe, South Africa, Namibia, Zambia and Swaziland.

Karate
At Nagel House
Peterhouse Group of Schools came 1st out of 6 clubs that competed
The following girls received medals:
Vatida Nhemachena – Bronze
Natasha Kambani – Silver
Shannen Wilson – Silver
Kayla Rouse – Gold and Silver

Soccer
v Arundel PHG won 1-0
v Chisipite PHG drew 1-1
v Gateway PHG won 3-1

Table Tennis
v Westridge Cancelled by Westridge

Tennis
Congratulations to Tanyaradzwa Midzi who has been invited by the ITF to an ITF/HPTC Junior Training Camp in Casablanca, Morocco. Tanyaradzwa will also compete thereafter in two ITF U18 Tournaments in Harare.





ACADEMIC, CULTURAL & SPORTS RESULTS - 27th June 2019  


ACADEMICS

Congratulations to the following girls who received Commendations for their 1st Mark Order this term;

D Block – Mikayla Burl, Aneni Chigwedere, Chloe Chiremba, Anna Davy, Kimberly Gono, Tanatsirwa Jambwa, Zuva Mangomo, Anike Mparuri, Kupakwashe Msemburi, Thandiwe Mtwazi, Nadine Mudzimuirema, Ruvarashe Nhongonhema, Zoey Nortier, Jenna Palframan, Reina Parirenyatwa, Chloe Scott-Elliot, Savanna Seaman, Delph Sithole, Naledi Taundi, Gina Utsiwegota, Jewantee Yakiti

C Block – Amy Chadwick, Samantha Davis, Makanaka Dzvurumi, Anna Freeth, Tayla Lowden-Stoole, Rumbidzai Mapokotera, Rudado Matondo, Kimberly Maworise, Munesushe Mushosho, Mafaro Musimwa, Ella Pope, Chrissy Wenham, Fadzai Zitsanza

B Block – Tawananyasha Banda, Ruvimbo Chauruka, Deborah Davy, Kayla Kalweit, Kyuri Kim, Tanatswa Matonda, Tamika Mparuri, Idi Musimwa, Luanna Page

A Block – Anne Kirkman, Tinotenda Mapani, Gamuchirai Mhere, Jemimah Muusha

Vth Form – Panashe Katsi

VIth Form – Wadzanai Chiweshe, Bekezela Mbofana, Laura Mutyambizi, Chiedza Njike

CULTURAL

Bridge
v. Arundel:
As lost 9-10
Bs won 25-9
Cs won 25-7

v. PHB
As lost 6-7
Bs won 19-12
Cs no match

v. St John’s
As lost 4-14
Bs lost 3-16
Cs lost 5-7

v. PHB
As lost 5-11
Bs lost 3-16
Cs won 13-8

Chess
v. St George’s
Juniors lost 0-6
Seniors lost 1-5

Arundel Tournament
Juniors won 9, drew 1 and lost 10. Special mention to Courtney Marufu who won 4 of her 5 matches.
Seniors won 4, drew 1 and lost 11.

Debate
v. Arundel
Juniors won 70%-68%
Seniors won 77%-73%

v. St John’s
Juniors lost 186-207. Joy Chauruka was 2nd best speaker.
Seniors lost 248-262

ATS Interschool’s Junior Debate
PHG came 11th out of 15 schools with 946 points.
Out of 72 speakers, Peterhouse Girls were placed as follows:
Thandiwe Dube 22nd
Mercy Magaya 43rd
Namitasha Mutsai 52nd

Quiz
Quiz at Hellenic Academy
Juniors came 3rd out of 19 schools.
Seniors came 12th out of 19 schools.

Quiz at St John’s Emerald Hill
Juniors came 5th out of 20 schools.

Shona Club
The Shona Club had Drama with Gateway where the following girls were voted the best and supporting actresses by the crowd:
Rutendo Mukucha, Rutendo Magomo and Angel Boka.
The play was written by Michelle Mafusire. The girls performed well on stage with confidence.

World Environmental Day/Green Day
The Environmental Club did an awareness on Tuesday the 4th of June in preparation for the actual dressing up of green on Wednesday the 5th of June. Videos on the theme were used to highlight AIR POLLUTION. A Slogan competition was done from D to B block where the results were as follows:
D Block
Runner up - Reina Parirenyatwa
Winner - Nokutenda Dhobbie
C Block
Runner up - Kunashe Mazike
Winner - Thando Ntini
B Block
Runner up - Maliksha Goven
Winner - Ruvarashe Makoni

Music
Junior Musician of the Year 2019
The cup for the Junior Musician of the year was awarded to Rutendo Magomo.


SPORTS

Basketball
v. Westridge
U14 won 22-4
U15 won 22-2
U16 won 18-5
2nd Team won 4-2
1st Team won 22-20

MCD Basketball Trials
The following girls were selected for Mashonaland Country Districts Basketball - Precious Chemhere, Franchesca Chinhundu, Mitchelle Mafurise, Charissa Manhanga, Sasha Mukucha, Anesu Nzenza-Grant.

IPT Basketball Trials
Congratulations to the following girls were selected for the ATS Zimbabwe U20 Basketball Team after the Interprovincial Tournament – Precious Chemhere, Charissa Manhanga and Anesu Nzenza-Grant.

Hockey
A League
v. Hellenic A
U14A lost 0-1
U15A lost 0-1
U16A won 5-1
1st Team drew 0-0

v. Harare Convent A
U14A won 4-0
U15A won 3-0
U16A won 4-0
1st Team won 5-0

v. Lomagundi A
U14A won 3-1
U15A lost 1-3
U16A won 5-0
1st Team won 2-0

B League
v. Hillcrest A
U14B won 2-1
U15B lost 0-2
U16B drew 1-1
2nd Team lost 0-4

v. Petra A
U14B lost 0-2
U15B lost 0-2
U16B won 4-0
2nd Team lost 0-3

v. Bulawayo Convent A
U14B won 3-1
U15B drew 0-0
U16B lost 1-2
2nd Team won 3-1

v. Heritage A 2nd Team won 2-0
Junior games were postponed by Heritage

C League
v. Goldridge A
U14C won 1-0
U15C lost 1-3
U16C lost 2-3
3rd Team lost 0-8

v. Rydings A
U15C won 5-1
3rd Team won 1-0
Rydings do not have an U14 or U16 team

IPT Hockey Trials
Congratulations to the following girls who were selected for Zimbabwe Schools Hockey Teams after the Inter Provincial Tournament in Harare:

Zimbabwe U16A
Doné Erasmus and Jamie-Lee Kaschula

Zimbabwe U16B
Tanyaradzwa Changa, Adel Kotz, Nakai Mujaranji, Genevieve Shoesmith
NTR – Emily Wood

Zimbabwe U18A A
Merce’des Beekes, Bryony Dawson, Bekezela Mbofana, Lilian Pope and Victoria Wood

Zimbabwe U18 B
Courtney Brown and Jade Carlisle
NTR – Amy Kluckow

Soccer
v. Dominican Convent PHG won 2-0
v. Heritage PHG won 4-0

Squash
v. St John’s C PHG lost 2-3

Table Tennis
v. Gateway Juniors won 2 lost 2
Seniors won 2 lost 2
v. Harare Girls High Juniors won 2 lost 2
Seniors won 4



ACADEMIC, CULTURAL & SPORTS RESULTS - 27th May 2019  


CULTURAL RESULTS

Bridge
v PHB
As lost 0 – 11
Bs lost 0 – 4
Cs won 0 – 1

v Convent
As won 14 – 8
Bs won 25 – 0
Cs won 5 – 4

The Mashonaland Teams of Four Bridge Tournament held at St John’s College was attended by 9 schools: our A Team and B Team came 3rd, making us the leading girls’ bridge playing school. We also came 3rd in the B room.

Chess
v PHB
Juniors drew 3 – 3
Seniors lost 0 – 6

Debate
v Gateway
Juniors won 263 – 251
Seniors won 268 – 267

v Watershed
Juniors won 71% – 63%
Seniors drew 78%

Quiz Tournament
Juniors came 9 out of 19 schools
Seniors came 12 out of 19 schools

Shona Quiz
The Shona Quiz held at Gateway went well; the questions were interesting and they covered the aspects of language, culture and current affairs. PHG fielded two teams that came 1st and 3rd out of 4 teams.

Gavel
Last week on Wednesday the 15th of May, the Peterhouse Girls Gavel society was invited to their first inter-schools meet with St George’s College. We were received and hosted exceptionally well by their Toastmasters Club and our girls enjoyed a wonderful and challenging evening filled with many thought filled interactions and entertaining speeches. Our girls prepared and presented two speeches during the course of the evening and speakers Kudakwashe Denhere and Danai Mandebvu spoke on Rape, Culture and Identity. These topics initiated very thought-provoking discussions that engaged the whole room and ensued throughout the evening. This was a successful meeting and we learned many new aspects of the Club and its roles that we hope to incorporate into our own society to further prepare us for our future meets.

Hospitality Tour
On Saturday the 11th of May the Peterhouse Girls Hospitality Club and the form 4 Travel and Tourism class travelled to Harare to experience firsthand how the Tourism and Hospitality industry operates in the capital city. The group visited Nyati Tours, Skylark Travel agency and wrapped up the tour with a full sweep of the popular Rainbow Towers where they were given a tour of the 17th – Presidential floor.

All in all the girls learnt about the structure of the Tourism industry in our country, which includes tour operators who coordinate suitable and custom made tours around the country for local and foreign tourists. The Rainbow Towers gave insight into what facilities a hotel offers to qualify for 5 stars – the gyms, saunas, tennis courts, several differently themed restaurants, a casino and the largest international conference centre in the country (HICC) that seats 3000 people! Although there was a lot of walking, the day’s tour was definitely worthwhile.


PASTIS
The Peterhouse Girls Pastis Club went to St George’s and had a meaningful discussion with St George’s and Dominican Convent about the importance of varying social interactions and how to maintain them. It was very fruitful as we got advice and opinions from other students and teachers. The girls enjoyed it and they obtained a great learning experience from the different viewpoints within our community.


SERVICE CLUBS

Interact Visit to Musha weVana
On Thursday 9th May the Interact Club visited the Musha weVana orphanage, where we were greeted by many cheerful faces. The Club gifted the children with sweets which they were all very excited about. We played duck duck goose, on the swings and in the playground. The children all seemed overjoyed with their new friends and were sad when it was time to say goodbye. It was such a wonderful experience to see just how far one’s time can go towards brightening their days.

Support for victims of Cyclone Idai
All the blankets, food and clothing donated to victims of Cyclone Idai were packaged together by the Leo and Interact Clubs. At the end of last term, a 5 tonne truck carrying these family packs went up to Chimanimani and our school prefects distributed them directly to families at Charleswood School. They were all very grateful to you for everything that you donated and many thanks goes to Leo and Interact for all your help in this regard.

SPORTS

PAST HOLIDAY TOURS

Archery
During the April holidays 4 of our girls travelled to Cape Town as part of a team of 32 Archers representing Zimbabwe Archery. They competed at the Southern Africa NASP Tournament. Sarah Wellock and Sallie Kloppers were included in the Zimbabwe Development side that placed 2nd overall, while Shirea Brits and Ria Pareekh shot for the National Team which finished 3rd. Overall Zimbabwe Archery placed 3rd. Sarah Wellock in the Development Team Competition received an Individual 2nd place for the Girls’ Bullseye.

Hockey
A senior hockey squad travelled to Pretoria, South Africa during the April holidays. The girls attended a 4-day coaching clinic with Quick Sticks Hockey Academy as well as a morning workshop on Team Alignment with TBI (Team Building Institute) also based in Pretoria. The team played 4 matches on tour with results as follows:

v Parkwood High, Johannesburg won 5 – 2
v Eldoraigne Hoer Skool, Pretoria lost 1 – 2
v Waterkloof Hoer Skool, Pretoria won 4 – 2
v Fourways High, Johannesburg won 1 – 0

The following awards were handed out at our final team dinner whilst on tour:

Top Goal Scorers Lilian Pope and Victoria Wood
Most Exciting Player Bryony Dawson
Best Defending Bekezela Mbofana
Most Promising Player Doné Erasmus

The 1st Team was selected after tour and participated in the St. John’s Festival during the last week of the holidays. Results were as follows:

v Lomagundi won 2 – 0
v Hellenic won 2 – 1
v Arundel lost 1 – 2
v Chisipite won 2 – 1

Swimming
Courtney Brown received her 3rd Mashonaland Swimming Colours Re-award from the Mashonaland Amateur Swimming Board.

Tanyaradzwa lost 2 matches narrowly in the super tie break against West and Central Africa number one seeds, to land position number 15. She is currently ranked number 14 under CAT/ITF.

SPORTS RESULTS

Archery
NASP Archery Tournament (Heritage)
PHG finished 1st overall

Basketball
v Lomagundi
U14 won 8 – 5
U15 lost 8 – 10
U16 won 8 – 2
2nd team lost 14 – 23
1st team lost 2 – 6

v Eaglesvale
U14 won 26 – 0
U15 won 17 – 5
U16 won 12 – 2
2nd team won 13 – 1
1st team won 32 – 15

PHG Invitational 1st Team Basketball Tournament
PHG came 4th out of 13 schools

Hockey
A League
v Gateway A
U14A won 9 – 0
U15A won 1 – 0
U16A drew 0 – 0
1st team won 2 – 0

B League
v Eaglesvale A
U14B won 5 – 0
U15B won 2 – 0
U16B won 4 – 0
2nd team lost 0 – 2

C League
v Westridge A
U14C won 2 – 0
U15C won 5 – 0
U16C won 2 – 0
3rd team lost 0 – 2

U14A Hockey Festival held at PHG
PHG finished 3rd out of 8 schools.

U15 Hockey Festival held at Hellenic
PHG finished 2nd out of 10 schools (after a draw in the final play-off which then went into an 8 second penalty shoot-out where PHG lost 1 – 2 to Hellenic).

Mashonaland District Hockey Trials
U16
MCD A
Jamie-Lee Kaschula (GK), Kimberley Joseph, Ropafadzo Madziwanyika, Tanyaradzwa Changa, Doné Erasmus, Nakai Mujaranji, Adel Kotzé, Chaniel Yosa, Idi Musimwa

MCD B
Emily Wood, Chido Chasara, Maliksha Goven, Genevieve Shoesmith, Charissa Manhanga

U18
MCD A
Bekezela Mbofana (GK), Bryony Dawson, Victoria Wood, Jade Carlisle, Merce’des Beekes, Lilian Pope, Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba, Allyson Gillwald

MCD B
Courtney Brown, Rebecca Gau, Amy Kluckow, Chipo Chidakwa, Jessica Kriel

Soccer
v Chisipite lost 2 – 5

Squash
v St Georges C won 4 – 1

Table Tennis
v Heritage won 6 out of 8 games


ACADEMIC, CULTURAL & SPORTS RESULTS - 11th April 2019 

ACADEMICS

Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards
Dhalika Goven and Andie Kuipers have been invited to an awards ceremony on Thursday 23rd May at Cresta Lodge to celebrate the achievements of Cambridge Learners throughout Zimbabwe in the two examination series of 2018.
Dhalika will be receiving an award for Top in Zimbabwe for her Design and Technology and Andie will be receiving an award for High Achievement in her Physical Education examination and we congratulate them both on their outstanding performances.

Academic Awards
Congratulations to the following girls who received Commendations for their Mark Order:

D Block – Mikayla Burl, Shumirai Chigadza, Aneni Chigwedere, Tasha Chikasha, Nelie Chikwana, Chloe Chiremba, Anna Davy, Oanaya Dongo, Kimberly Gono, Tanatsirwa Jambwa, Jiayi Le, Gamuchirai Mavhinga, Anike Mparuri, Thandiwe Mtwazi, Nadine Mudzimuirema, Ruvarashe Nhongonhema, Sienna Page, Reina Parirenyatwa, Stephanie Russell, Chloe Scott-Elliot, Savanna Seaman, Naledi Taundi, Gina Utsiwegota, Jewantee Yakiti

C Block – Amy Chadwick, Makanaka Dzvurumi, Anna Freeth, Takomborerwa Makiwa, Rumbidzai Mapokotera, Rudado Matondo, Kimberly Maworise, Zandile Mbofana, Tavimba Mukozho, Munesushe Mushosho, Mafaro Musimwa, Ella Pope, Chrissy Wenham, Fadzai Zitsanza

B Block – Tawananyasha Banda, Deborah Davy, Kayla Kalweit, Kyuri Kim, Tanatswa Matonda, Idi Musimwa, Luanna Page.
A Block – Alicia Chiremba, Laura Lagesse, Tinotenda Mapani, Gamuchirai Mhere, Jemimah Muusha, Tatenda Ndaudzwa.

VIth Form – Wadzanai Chiweshe, Bekezela Mbofana, Caroline Mufanebadza, Chiedza Njike, Omega Nyamushanya


CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

Bridge
v PHB
As won 22 – 2
Bs won 6 – 1
Cs lost 8 – 9

v PE
As lost 0 – 38
Bs lost 0 – 26
Cs lost 0 – 20

v PHB
As lost 37 – 11
Bs won 10 – 33
Cs won 16 – 17

Mashonaland Bridge Pairs Tournament
As-
Shamiso Chikuri and Tanatswa Njanji came 3rd out of 16 couples
Chiedza Njike and Tinotenda Mapani came 8th out of 16 couples
Bs-
Nokutenda Gundo and Sandlasenkosi Mushambavanhu came 4th out of 16
Michelle Muringani and Rufaro Makoni came 6th out of 16

Debate
v Hellenic Academy
Juniors lost 217 – 235

v Watershed
Junior won 267 – 184
Seniors lost 69 – 75

Chess
v Gateway
PHG lost 1 – 11

Environmental Club
The Environmental Club had a successful educational trip to Pepsi Cola. The girls learnt how the beverage company uses plastic for their packaging. They also learnt how the company is providing collection bins in public centers. The company is hoping to increase its awareness on proper disposal of the plastic bottles for a clean environment. They have already a project in place whereby they pay people to pick up plastic bottles in their endeavour to clean the environment.

Kukura neShungu Report
Throughout this term, Kukura neShungu has been a success. Our two events combined (the Movie Night and Junior Social) have been the highlights of our fundraising efforts, generating close to $5,000 in funds, with the movie night making $2,600 and the Social making $2,100. We intend to use this money to ensure that the lives of our friends at Kukura neShungu are made better by the generosity and love of the
Peterhouse Group of Schools. Our fundraising, though successful, however has not been our best experience. The simple ability to change someone’s life by your presence and make them feel loved is something that we have been blessed with. Because it is a voluntary club, it is difficult to get people to join but with the dedicated people we have already, we continue to put our best foot forward and change the world by helping others.

Special thanks go to Mr Chiminya and Mrs Fantiso for their unending support and aid. He has been instrumental in our success, and in our quest to put smiles on the faces of every single individual at Kukura ne Shungu.

PASTIS
Pastis

Poetry Slam
The Peterhouse Boys’ English Department hosted a very successful ‘Poetry Slam’ on Thursday 4th April in the Megahey Centre. Here twenty-eight young poets from Peterhouse Boys and Peterhouse Girls wrote and presented their poems to an audience and a panel of judges (Mr Hanly and Mrs Kapuya). The poems were insightful and a lot of planning went into the recitations. The boys and girls gave an entertaining performance and the audience was both supportive and involved in the proceedings. Mr Davy kept the programme flowing with his witty anecdotes and heartfelt - often very funny - renditions of famous poetry.

Winners of the Competition were:
Juniors: 1st Munesushe Mushosho with 82 points for her poem ‘Ambition’.
Runner Up: TJ Gaziwa (PHB) 72 points for his poem ‘Ambition’.

Middles: 1st S Uriri (PHB) 80 points for his poem ‘Keeping up with the Pack’.
Runner Up: Deborah Davy 77 points for her poem ‘Keeping up with the Pack’.

Seniors: 1st Matinatsashe Hove with 81 points for her poem ‘Awake’.
Runner Up: Anesu Mhete with 78 points for her poem ‘Awake’.


World Book Day
World Book Day was a great success again this year; pupils and staff alike dressed up as their favourite book characters and created a colourful and vibrant array of costumes to cheer us all up at the end of term.
A Block Winner: Abigail Mahofa as Harry Potter
Runners up: Chelsea Dengwani as Dracula; Sarah Burdett as Tinkerbell

B Block Winners: Meagan de Kock as Goosebumps
Runners up: Amy Scott Elliot as Pippi Longstocking; Jamie-Lee Kaschula as Madame Mim

C Block: Amy Chadwick as Goldilocks
Runners up: Amy Ferreira as Cheshire Cat; Anna Freeth and Brooklyn Tippett as Tom and Jerry

D Block: Melissa Kamusasa as ‘Africana’
Runners up: Chidochashe Munyonga as Nutcracker; Kaleigh Weeks as Dorothy

Staff winner: Mr Trewartha as ‘Mr Bump’


SPORTS

Sports Awards

Athletics
1st Team Tracksuits
Andie Kuipers, Courtney Brown, Rebekah Royston, Chaneil Yosa, Doné Erasmus, Maja Potzas, Franchesca Chinhundu, Tiffany Nyamupingidza, Victoria Wood, Mitchelle Mafurise

Cock’s Ties
Andie Kuipers, Rebekah Royston, Erin Elliott, Chaneil Yosa, Doné Erasmus, Kimberley Tambula, Karen Mharadze, Jade Carlisle, Maja Potzas, Franchesca Chinhundu, Chimwemwe Msiska

Cross Country
1st Team Tracksuit
Andie Kuipers, Courtney Brown, Victoria Wood, Lillian 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

Swimming
Full Colours
Amy Doorman

Triathlon
1st Team Tracksuit
Erin Elliott

Cock’s Tie
Erin Elliott

Volleyball
Full Colours
Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba, Anesu Nzenza-Grant


Athletics
Interprovincial National Athletics
Danielle Murrell came 6th in Zimbabwe for javelin in the U16 age group

Athletics Meet at Arundel (Field events only)
PHG came 3rd out of 5 schools

Athletics Meet at Chisipite
PHG came 2nd out of 6 schools

Well done to the following girls for breaking records at this Meet:
Gabriella Gonye U15 Shot Put
Danielle Murrell U15 Javeline
Junior 4 x 400m relay team (Hayley Chiutsi, Leesa Mutandwa, Stephanie Russell and Emily Wood)

Athletics meet at Lomagundi
PHG came 4th out of 10 schools

Invitational Relays meet at Peterhouse
PHG came 1st out of 5 schools

Pentathlon
1st Sable 2874
2nd Impala 2778
3rd Eland 2765
4th Kudu 2683

Congratulations to the following girls who received trophies for the Athletics season:
U14 Best Aggregate HV Lilford Trophy
Runner up: Stephanie Russell
Winner: Anike Mparuri

U16 Best Aggregate MP Pereira Trophy
Runner up: Tanyaradzwa Changa
Winner: Leesa Mutandwa

U17 Best Aggregate FD Johnson Trophy
Runner up: Karen Mharadze
Winner: Doné Erasmus

Junior Pentathlete Adas Trophy
Runner up: Tanyaradzwa Midzi
Winner: Leesa Mutandwa
Senior Pentathlete Adas Trophy
Runner up: Doné Erasmus
Winner: Bryony Dawson

Junior Victrix Ludorum Adas Trophy (U15)
Runners- up: Chrissy Wenham and Tanatswa Chirenda
Winner: Debrah Nakhozwe

Senior Victrix Ludorum Adas Trophy (Snr)
Runner up: Anesu Mhete
Winner: Bryony Dawson

Best Senior Hurdler Tanya Spain Trophy
Runner up: Jade Carlisle
Winner: Bryony Dawson

B
asketball
v Arundel U14 won 10-8
U15 won 3-2
U16 won 10-7
2nd Team lost 2-7
1st Team lost 19-20
Horse riding
Arlington Show
Erin Elliot 2nd place 80cm Junior
Kylie Loubser 2nd place 105cm Junior
Adel Kotze 4th place Hunter Trials

PEC Easter Show
50cm class: 1st Kyra Peters, 2nd Georgia Grubb, 3rd Nokutenda Mangwiro, 4th Jenna Palframan
60cm class: 1st Ella Pope, 2nd Savanna Seaman, 3rd Chloe Hewer, 4th Anna Davy
70cm class: 1st Anna Freeth, 2nd Kayla Kalweit, 3rd Ashley Dziva, 4th Mazvita Mwedziwendira
80cm class: 1st Emily Wood, 2nd Sienna Page, 3rd Hannah Palmer, 4th Erin Mann
90cm class: 1st Luanna Page, 2nd Katie Loubser, 3rd Sienna Page
105cm class: 1st Kylie Loubser

Karate
Grading
Kayla Rouse 2nd Kyu Brown Belt
Tawonga Nyamhingura Purple Belt
Shannen Wilson Green Belt
Tinotenda Chirombe Yellow Belt
Vatida Nhemachena Yellow Belt
Priyali Rama Orange Belt
Tariro Muvevi Orange Stripe

Rowing
Holly Bicknell has been selected to represent the RAZ (Rowing Association of Zimbabwe) Junior Rowing squad.
Sophie le Boulengé, Doné Erasmus and Stacey Dunstan were selected for the RAZ Development Team.

Peterhouse Kushinga Regatta
Prognostics
Doné Erasmus, Stacey Dunstan, Genevieve Shoesmith, Kayla Kalweit and Megan Dunstan (Cox)
came 4th
Holly Bicknell and Victoria Wood came 19th
Lara Weller came 20th
Krystal Barber came 23rd
Samantha Davis came 25th
Bridgit Botha came 30th
Sophie le Boulengé came 10th

Finals
Doné Erasmus, Stacey Dunstan, Genevieve Shoesmith, Kayla Kalweit and Megan Dunstan (Cox)
came 5th in the A final
Holly Bicknell and Victoria Wood came 3rd in the C final
Sophie le Boulengé came 1st in the D final
Lara Weller came 2nd in the E final
Krystal Barber came 3rd in the E final
Samantha Davis came 2nd in the F final
Bridgit Botha came 3rd in the F final

Squash
v Hellenic won 4 – 0
v Chisipite won 4 – 2

Triathlon
Congratulations to Andie Kuipers who finished in 1st place on National series points.

King Price South African Triathlon Championships
U16 – 17 Girls Age Group
4th Place Andie Kuipers
9th Place Erin Elliott

CONSERVATION AND OUTDOOR EDUCATION

Duke of Edinburgh’s International Awards
Awards
Congratulations to Tinotenda Mapani and Abigail Mahofa for attaining their Bronze Awards. 



ACADEMIC, CULTURAL & SPORTS RESULTS - 15th March 2019 

CULTURAL

Bridge
v PHB:
As lost 10 – 23
Bs won 12 – 0
Cs won 11 – 6

v Convent:
As won 40 – 16
Bs won 24 – 2
Cs won 13 – 0

Chess
v Dominican Convent
Juniors lost 0 – 6
Seniors lost 0 – 6

PASTIS
Pastis had a meeting with Marondera High School. The meeting was informative and encouraged the pupils to participate and improve their public speaking abilities.

Interhouse Plays
On Saturday 2nd March the Drama Club, along with many novices and budding thespians, put on four different plays produced by their respective houses; Eland, Impala, Kudu and Sable. The plays were directed and produced by Bekezela Mbofana, Faith Kunaka, Rufaro Songore, Matinatsashe Hove and Stephanie Lawrence. This was a successful evening of theatre that was enjoyed by all present.

The awards were as follows:
Laing Cup for Best Technical Production
Winner: Impala Runner-Up: Sable

Chiedza Rwodzi Cup for Best Novice Actress
Winner: Ruvimbo Mutyatyu (Impala) Runner Up: Tatenda Zvidzai (Sable)

Carol Gibson Cup for Best Cameo Performance
Winner: Alyssa Makina (Kudu) Runner Up: Snit Daniel (Impala)
Moore Trophy for Best Supporting Performance
Winner: Rufaro Songore (Eland) Runner Up: Nyasha Dongo (Impala)
Gibson Trophy for Best Actress
Winner: Mufaro Mutangadura (Impala)Runner up: Matinatsashe Hove (Eland)

Baxter Trophy for Best Play Overall
Winner: Eland
Runner up: Sable 3rd: Impala

Quiz
Interschools Quiz Competition hosted by Heritage
Juniors came 10th out of 27 schools
Seniors came 12th out of 27 schools

Service Clubs
Interact visit to Musha weVana
On Thursday 28th February the Interact club visited the local orphanage, Musha weVana. We were welcomed by the ecstatic faces of the little ones; all geared and ready to have fun with the Interact members. The afternoon was well spent. This was the first visit to Musha weVana for new Interact members which challenged them to socialize and interact with children of different ages. Stories were shared, songs were sung and friendships were made. The fine afternoon was rounded off by the Interact board members giving clothes and school shoes to the children; they were very grateful for this kind gesture. The Interact Club thanks all who donated clothing as the children at Musha weVana really appreciated it.

Leo Visit to St Francis
On Monday 4th March, the Peterhouse Leo Club had the opportunity to visit St Francis School. As a club we were able to supply the school with items of stationery. We all took part in various games and activities with the children and had an amazing time interacting with all of them.

Unfortunately, we did not spend much time at St Francis, and it is definitely in our future plans to spend another eventful afternoon with them where we would provide drinks and food for all the children and get to know, as well as build relationships with them all.

As a club we are truly grateful to everyone who made this visit possible, we believe that as a team, if we all work together we truly will fulfil our motto - “We Serve”.


Eisteddfod Programme

Thursday 14 March
African Gospel Choir 11.05am (Gateway High School)
Western Ensembles 2.00pm (Prince Edward)
Vocal Duets 2.30pm

Friday 15 March (Prince Edward)
Marimba Ensembles Form 1-3 8.30am
Vocal solos 8.30am
Mbira solo 9.10am
Vocal solos 9.30am
Senior girls marimba 10.35am
Vocal Ensembles 2.00pm

Wednesday 20 March (Prince Edward)
Piano solo Classical G5 2.55pm
Violin solo G6 2.00pm
Cello solo G4 8.30am
Woodwind solos 10.25am
Woodwind solo G7 12.10pm
Piano Duet 4-6 3.45pm
Drum solos 1.50pm

Monday 25 March (Prince Edward)
Woodwind solos 8.30am
Violin solos 8.30am
Vocal solos 9.20am
Piano solos 10.00am
Vocal solos 10.10am
Violin solo 11.40am
Vocal solos 12.25pm
Piano solos 3.50pm

Tuesday 26 March (Harare International School)
PHG Form 1&2 choir 9.00am

Thursday 28 March (Harare International School)
PHG Senior choir 9.00am
B Block Girls’ Choir 9.00am
Senior Mixed choir 11.35am
Senior Mixed choir 3.40pm

Friday 29 March (Prince Edward)
Wind band and Orchestra 9.00am

SPORTS

Archery

NASP Archery at St John’s
The following girls received a certificate of achievement for the runner up senior team: Ria Pareekh, Sarah Wellock, Sallie Kloppers and Shirea Brits

Athletics
Prince Edward Sprint Challenge
Chisipite 172 points
Arundel 143 points
Peterhouse Girls 133 points
Girls High School 117 points
Watershed 96 points
Lomagundi 90 points
Gateway 65 points
Eaglesvale 0 points (did not compete in all events)

Inter District Athletics
Danielle Murrell 1st Place U15 Javelin
Doné Erasmus 3rd place U17 100m Hurdles
Leesa Mutandwa 3rd place U17 long jump, 5th place U17 200m
Chaniel Yosa 5th place U17 100m, 5th place U17 200m

Congratulations to Danielle Murrell for being selected for the Mashonaland East Athletics Team.

Interhouse Individual Athletics
1st Eland, 2nd Kudu, 3rd Impala and 4th Sable

Interhouse Relays Athletics
1st Eland, 2nd Sable, 3rd Kudu and 4th Impala

Basketball
v St John’s
U14A lost 2-5
U15A won 11-0
U16A won 7-5
2nd Team won 6-4
1st Team lost 24-27

v Heritage
U14 won 8-4
U15 won 14-0
U16 won 12-2
1st Team lost 20-26

Horseriding
National Selection
Congratulations to the following girls who have been selected to represent the Zimbabwe Team in the Arlington Show in April in the following events:
Erin Elliott selected for the 80cm Team
Katie Loubser selected for the 80cm Team
Kylie Loubser selected for the 1m Eventing Team

Rowing
South African Rowing Championships

Sculls
Holly Bicknell came 8th in the Open Semi-Final
Victoria Wood came 27th out of 50 in her heat
Stacey Dunstan came 3rd in the U16 final
Doné Erasmus came 7th in the U16 Semi-Final
Sophie Le Boulengé came 17th out of in her heat
Krystal Barber came 36th out of 38 in her heat
Genevieve Shoesmith came 8th in the U15 final
Kayla Kalweit came 10th out of 26 in her heat
Lara Weller came 12th out of 32 in her heat
Shavaunne Stockenström came 16th out of 32 in her heat
Samantha Davis came 25th out of 32 in her heat

Doubles
Holly Bicknell and Victoria Wood came 1st in the Open B final
Stacey Dunstan and Doné Erasmus came 3rd in the U16 final (Bronze)
Sophie Le Boulengé and Krystal Barber came 5th in their heat
Genevieve Shoesmith came 3rd in the U15 final (Bronze)
Lara Weller and Samantha Davis came 3rd in their heat for U15
Lara Weller and Shavaunne Stockenström came 6th in the U14 Final

Quads
Sophie Le Boulengé, Doné Erasmus, Stacey Dunstan, Krystal Barber and Shavaunne Stockenström (Cox) came 8th in their U16 Final

Swimming
Individual Finals Gala
Peterhouse Girls finished 3rd out of 8 schools.

CANA Zone IV Championships
Courtney Brown and Amy Doorman represented Zimbabwe at CANA in Namibia (February). Courtney Brown achieved a Bronze Medal in a relay event and Amy Doorman achieved 2 Silver and 1 Bronze Medal and was the team’s Co-Captain.

Amy Doorman completed the 3km Open Water Swim.

Temwani Chibiya represented the Zambian Swimming Team at CANA.

Squash
Zimbabwe Schools Squash
Laura Lagesse received a Bronze medal in the U16 age group at the Zimbabwe Schools Squash Tournament held over Half Term.

Tennis
U15 and U19 National Swiss Draw
Congratulations to Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba who has been selected to represent Zimbabwe in the South African Inter Provincials in March 2019 (Pretoria).

Triathlon
National Selection
Erin Elliott has been invited to represent Zimbabwe Triathlon at a Development Camp in Durban (March).

Waterpolo
Warwick Smith Tournament
v Petra
PHG U14 v U14 lost 6 – 7
v Falcon
PHG U14 v U14 won 9 – 4
PHG 1st v 1st won 8 – 2
v Chisipite
PHG U14 v U14A lost 11 – 2
PHG U15 v U15A lost 0 – 13
PHG 1st v 1st lost 0 – 13
v Hellenic
PHG U14 v U14A lost 2 – 11
PHG U15 v U15A lost 0 – 12
PHG 1st v 1st lost 0 – 12
v Girls College
PHG U15 v U15 lost 5 – 7

CONSERVATION AND OUTDOOR EDUCATION
Duke of Edinburgh’s International Awards
Congratulations to Deborah Davy and Genevieve Shoesmith for attaining their Bronze Awards. They are both the first B Block girls to receive their awards and Genevieve Shoesmith is the first girl to receive her award through the Online Record Book.



ACADEMIC, CULTURAL & SPORTS RESULTS - 20th February 2019 


ACADEMICS

Academic Awards
Congratulations to the following girls who received Commendations for their 1st Mark Order;

D Block – Mikayla Burl, Shumirai Chigadza, Aneni Chigwedere, Nokutenda Dhobbie, Oanaya Dongo, Kimberly Gono, Tanatsirwa Jambwa, Taonaishe Kunaka, Jiayi Le, Shae Macrae, Gamuchirai Mavhinga, Anike Mparuri, Thandiwe Mtwazi, Nadine Mudzimuirema, Chidochashe Munyonga, Mufaro Nazare, Ruvarashe Nhongonhema, Reina Parirenyatwa, Stephanie Russell, Chloe Scott Elliot, Savanna Seaman, Delph Sithole, Naledi Taundi, Gina Utsiwegota, Jewantee Yakiti

C Block – Makanaka Dzvurumi, Anna Freeth, Takomborerwa Makiwa, Rudado Matondo, Kimberly Maworise, Munesushe Mushosho, Mafaro Musimwa, Fadzai Zitsanza

B Block – Tawananyasha Banda, Ruvimbo Chauruka, Deborah Davy, Praise Jakaza, Kayla Kalweit, Tanatswa Matonda, Idi Musimwa, Luanna Page, Maida Piccin, Amy Scott-Elliot

A Block – Laura Lagesse, Jemimah Muusha, Tatenda Ndaudzwa

Vth Form – Tanatswa Njanji

VIth Form – Bekezela Mbofana, Natalie Moores, Chiedza Njike

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

Cultural Results

Bridge
v PHB
As lost 8 – 14
Bs lost 26 – 39

v PHB:
As lost 5 – 21
Bs lost 1 – 18
Cs won 13 – 7

v St Johns:
As lost 12 – 15
Bs lost 8 – 13
Cs won 14 – 10

v Arundel:
As lost 1 – 8
Bs lost 0 – 12
Cs won 8 – 7

v PHB:
As won 19 – 1
Bs won 18 – 6
Cs lost 14 – 43

Debate
v Gateway:
Juniors won 223 – 221 points with Thandiwe Dube as the best speaker and Mercy Magaya as the 2nd best speaker
Seniors lost 238 – 253 points with Bekezela Mbofana as the 2nd best speaker

v Arundel:
Juniors won 244 – 215 points with Thandiwe Dube as the 2nd best speaker
Seniors won 286 – 231 points

v St Johns:
Juniors lost 231 – 233 points
Seniors lost 277 – 279 points

Quiz
Juniors came 3rd out of 25 schools
Seniors came 10th out of 25 schools

SERVICE CLUBS
Interact visit to Ida weKwako – Natalie Moores
On Thursday 24th January, the Interact Club visited Ida weKwako old age home. It was the first visit for new members of the Interact Club. Much of our time was spent speaking to the elderly, whilst the board members spoke to the owners of Ida weKwako to get information for our proposed projects of kitchen renovations.

We ended the visit with a few songs and prayers with all who were there. We also took ten loaves of bread with us, as a contribution to their meals.

Library Club Valentines Cartoon Competition
The cartoon competition the library held for Valentine’s Day was very well supported and they were overwhelmed with entries. Congratulations to our winners who each received a bar of chocolate and a rose:
Staff: Miss Bryer;
Seniors: Rufaro Songore; B Block: Kyuri Kim; C Block: Amy Ferreira; D Block: Ruvarashe Nhongonhema.


SPORTS

Athletics
Zonal Athletics
The girls attained the following medals:
Leesa Mutandwa 200m: Gold
Triple jump: Gold
Long Jump: Gold
400m: Silver
Chaneil Yosa 100m: Gold
200m: Gold
Tamika Mparuri 100m: Silver
Thandiswa Nunu 800m: Bronze

District Athletics at Watershed
Doné Erasmus 100m Hurdles: Gold
Javelin: Silver
Chaneil Yosa 100m: Gold
200m: Gold
Leesa Mutandwa 200m: Gold
Long Jump: Gold

Basketball
v Chisipite Postponed due to rain

v Convent U14A lost 4 – 16
U14B won 8 – 0
U15 won 16 – 2
U16 lost 6 – 10
1st Team won 33 – 17

Cross Country
At Arundel PHG came 1st out of 10 schools.

At Lomagundi PHG came 2nd out of 9 schools.

Rowing
3 Feathers Regatta
Lara Weller came 1st in the Women’s D single 1000m
Genevieve Shoesmith came 1st in the Women’s C single 1000m
Doné Erasmus came 1st in the Women’s A single 2000m
Lara Weller and Samantha Davis came 1st in the Women’s D doubles 1000m
Genevieve Shoesmith and Kayla Kalweit came 1st in the Women’s C double 1000m
Doné Erasmus and Stacey Dunstan came 1st in the Women’s B doubles 2000m
Sophie Le Boulengé, Doné Erasmus, and Megan Dunstan came 1st in the Women’s B quad 2000m
Lara Weller (Cox), Sophie Le Boulengé, Holly Bicknell, Victoria Wood and Doné Erasmus came 1st in the Women’s A quad 2000m

RAZ National Champs
Lara Weller came 1st in the Women’s D single
Genevieve Shoesmith came 1st in the Women’s C single
Sophie Le Boulengé came 1st in the Women’s B single
Genevieve Shoesmith and Kayla Kalweit came 1st in the Women’s C double
Doné Erasmus and Stacey Dunstan came 1st in the Women’s B double
Megan Dunstan (Cox), Sophie Le Boulengé , Doné Erasmus, Stacey Dunstan and Krystal Barber came 1st in the Women’s B quad

Swimming
At Chisipite PHG came 3rd out of 3 schools

Northern Section Gala
PHG came 3rd out of 6 schools

Squash
v Arundel PHG A v A won 5 – 0
v St. John’s PHG A v C won 3 – 2
v St. Georges PHG A v C won 5 – 0

Table Tennis
v Gateway Juniors won 4 – 0
Seniors won 4 – 0

Tennis
A League
v Chisipite U14A drew 6 – 6
U15A won 9 – 3
U16A won 7 – 5
1st Team won 11 – 0

v Watershed U14A won 12 – 0
U15A won 11 – 1
U16A won 12 – 0
1st Team won 10 – 2

B League
v Heritage U14B (Heritage unable to field team)
U16B (Heritage unable to field team)
U15B won 11 – 1
2nd Team drew 2 – 2

v Eaglesvale U14B won 11 – 1
U15B won 12 – 0
U16B won 12 – 0
2nd Team won 11 – 0

v Hillcrest U14B won 8 – 4
U15B won 10 – 2
U16B lost 5 – 7
2nd Team lost 4 – 8

Triathlon
Congratulations to Andie Kuipers who won a Silver Medal in her Category (U19 Girls) at the Discovery World Cup Triathlon in Cape Town on 10 February.

In the School Individual Category Andie placed 30th out of 344 entries and 3rd out of 121 girls.

Brooklyn Tippett came 2nd in the U15 age group at the ATU Africa Cup Triathlon, Troutbeck
Erin Elliott came 3rd in the U17 category
Andie Kuipers came 4th in the U19 category

At the National Triathlon Championships Erin Elliott came 3rd in the U17 age group and Andie Kuipers came 2nd in the U19 category. Congratulations to both triathletes who have qualified to represent the Zimbabwe Triathlon Team at the South African Championships in March

Volleyball
ATS Tournament
U20 pool stage
v Watershed won 2 – 0
v Eaglesvale lost 0 – 2
v Gateway won 2 – 1
v Chisipite won 2 – 0

Semi-Finals
v Arundel lost 1 – 2

Final Position: 4th out of 10 Schools

Congratulations to Anesu Nzenza-Grant, Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba and Precious Chemhere who were selected for the U20 ATS Volleyball Team.

Waterpolo
Friday and Saturday Friendlies at Chisipite, St John’s College and Hellenic:
v Chisipite PHG U14 v U14B lost 2 – 6
PHG U14 v U14A lost 0 – 13
PHG U15 v U15B won 5 – 3
PHG U15 v U15A lost 1 – 16
PHG U16 v U16B lost 7 – 8
PHG U16 v U16B won 5 – 4
PHG 1st v 2nd Team drew 4 – 4
PHG 1st v 2nd Team lost 3 – 4

v Hellenic PHG U14 v U14A lost 3 – 13
PHG U15 v U15B lost 2 – 11
PHG U15 v U15A lost 1 – 10
PHG U16 v U16B drew 1 – 1
PHG U16 v U16B lost 1 – 6
PHG 1st v 2nd Team won 5 – 2

v St John’s PHG U16 v U16B lost 7 – 9

v CANA U17 PHG 1st Team lost 0 – 7

Senior Mermaids Trophy:
v Chisipite PHG 1st v 2nd Team lost 2 – 5
v Girls College PHG 1st v GC 1st Team lost 3 – 5




ACADEMIC, CULTURAL & SPORTS RESULTS - 20th January 2019 


ACADEMIC

Public Examination Results For 2018
A level: The overall pass rate was 99.7% with our top girls achieving the following:
Michelle Mwenje (3A* 1A), Susan Li (3A*), Shumirai Njaravaza (2A* 1A), Natasha Simpson (1A* 2 A), Deeyana Patel (1A* 2A), Mazvita Mtausi-Gwaradzimba (3A) and Jessica Palmer (3A).

AS level: The overall pass rate for the current 6th form pupils was 86.3%.
Well done to Natalie Moores (3A) and Chipo Chidakwa and Rebecca Gau (2A).

IGCSE level: The overall pass rate was 91.1%. Congratulations to all the girls.
Academic colours for 8 A grades or better have been awarded to Shirea Brits.
Academic half colours have been awarded to Courtney Brown, Dhalika Goven and Tsitsi Nyatsuro.


CULTURAL

Chess
PHG came 7th out of 8 teams with 3.5 points. Our best player Tatenda Ndaudzwa, won 2 of her matches. Special mention also goes to Tinotenda Mapani, Alicia Chiremba and Courtney Marufu each of whom won a
match.

Drama
The junior Drama Club girls put on their comedy play "Candy Run". The girls worked hard and have made good progress with their acting, which is beginning to show more depth. While all the girls performed well, special mention must go to Nyasha Dongo who played the part of 'Connie' exceptionally well. The play was thoroughly enjoyed by the C and D Block girls who attended.


SPORTS

Past Holiday Results
Swimming
Courtney Brown represented the Zimbabwe swimming team at the AUSC Region 5 U20 Youth Games in Gaborone, Botswana and achieved 1 Silver and 3 Bronze Medals.
Senior Nationals 2019
Amy Doorman received 4 Bronze, 2 Silver and 1 Gold medal
Amy Kluckow received 4 Bronze medals
Courtney Brown received 2 Bronze, 3 Silver and 4 Gold medals
Krystal Barber received 2 Bronze medals
Shalom Ranganai received 1 Bronze medal
Savannah Macmillan received 1 Bronze medal
Thandiswa Nunu received 1 Bronze medal

Amy Doorman, Amy Kluckow and Courtney Brown have been selected for the Zimbabwe National Swimming Team to compete at CANA (Namibia) in February.

Tennis
Tanyaradzwa Midzi (D Block) achieved the following

Capetown Super 8 Growthpoint Series - Rondebosch
Mixed Doubles – Runner Up, Silver medal
Doubles – Winner, Gold Medal

Capetown Super 8 Growthpoint Series - Strand
Singles Platinum - placed 9th out of 63 girls
Doubles Platinum - Semi Finalist
Southern Africa Zonals International Tournament: Bronze Medal
Southern Africa Team Tournament - U14 Zimbabwe Team: Bronze Medal

Archery
At Arundel
Peterhouse was Runner Up as a combined girls/boys team.

Cross country
Invitational Cross Country at PHG
Peterhouse came 1st out of 7 schools. Special mention to Erin Elliot – 1st place out of 56 in the U17 age group, and Courtney Brown – 1st place out of 56 in the open age group.

Interhouse Cross Country
1st Eland 305
2nd Sable 324
3rd Kudu 465
4th Impala 494

Horseriding
Arington Eventing
Erin Elliott - 1st in 80cm Eventing
Katie Loubser - 2nd in 80cm Eventing
Emily Wood - 2nd in 80cm Hunter Trials

Karate
The following girls have been awarded the following grading:
Aimee Barron - Brown stripe belt 3rd - Kyu (B) 3rd class
Tariro Muvevi - Orange belt 6th - Kyu 2nd class
Natasha Kambani - Orange belt 6th - Kyu 3rd class
Tadiwanashe Nhengo - Orange belt 6th - Kyu 3rd class
Tanaka Masunzambwa - Orange belt 6th - Kyu 3rd class
Priyali Rama - Orange stripe belt 6th - Kyu (B) 2nd class
Vatida Nhemachena - Yellow stripe belt 8th

Rowing
Hunyani Regatta
7 first place finishes
4 second place finishes
3 third place finishes

Swimming
Invitational Gala at Hellenic
Peterhouse come 3rd out of 6 schools

Tennis
A League
v Arundel
U14A won 12-0
U15A drew 6-6
U16A won 11-1
1st Team lost 4-8

B League
v Arundel
U14B won 8-0
U15B won 8-0
U16B lost 5-7
2nd Team won 8-0

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