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Peterhouse - Words of Encouragement in Difficult Times

To all of our Peterhouse pupils, wherever you are, this video is to encourage you and let you know we are thinking of you and praying for you and your families.

We know that for many of you, being in lockdown and isolation is very hard. It’s easy when you are working alone for days on end to become demotivated, anxious and lonely. It takes courage and great strength of character to remain positive and work productively.

Today we are reaching out to remind you that whilst it may seem like it, you are not alone.

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Teacher of Geography Required for January 2022

Applications are invited for the post of


w.e.f. 1 January 2022

This is an ideal opportunity for someone wishing to join a dynamic Geography Department within Zimbabwe’s leading independent school.

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Welcome back to Digi-School - July 2021

Hopefully, this period of online teaching will be short lived and we will have all our pupils back at school and fully engaged with the curriculum soon.

Given the current disruptions to the academic year we are anticipating a change to the published term dates. Obviously, and with the current Covid situation, we are not in a position to make any call on these. Nevertheless, as soon as we receive information regarding a return to school, we will communicate it to you.

We are very aware that many families have felt the devastating impact of this third Covid wave. To all those in our Peterhouse family, currently wrestling with tragedy and illness, we extend our thoughts and prayers to you all. These are tough and uncertain times for many Peterhouse families.

Peterhouse Equestrian Show 2021

We held our Peterhouse Equestrian Show at the end of last term and here are some of the results:
Pre Intermediate Riders - Gymkana Games:

“Walk and Trot”
Group 2 - 1st Place - Elaine Musiiwa

Group 1 - 1st Place - Mutsawashe Chigbwe

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Group Newsletter 33 - Lent 2021

Dear Parents and Friends of Peterhouse,

Please follow the link to our Peterhouse Group of Schools Group Newsletter - Lent Term 2021.


It contains snippets of information from events that took place last term and major events for this term.

Zimbabwe U19 Polocrosse Travel to Underberg, RSA

Congratulations to Keegan Mannix (PHB) and Adel Kotze (PHG) on their performances which representing the Zimbabwe U19 Scholars’ Development Polocrosse Team that travelled to South Africa in June.
The Zimbabwe boys lost all three games by a few goals to South Africa and the Zimbabwe girls won one out of the three games against South Africa. Learning to develop a big match temperament and, of course, riding different horses, is always a big challenge but was a great experience for the team. Our juniors flew the Zimbabwe flag high and really played their hearts out.

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Tanya Midzi Represents Zimbabwe Tennis in Lithuania

Congratulations to Tanya Midzi on her selection into the women’s national tennis team, Tanya Midzi travelled to Vilnius, Lithuania, where the Zimbabwe team participated in the World Cup of tennis, the Billy Jean King Cup by PNB Paribus, Group III Europe/Africa 2021 competitions from 15th to 21rd June.

Returning after a 12 year absence, the country’s young team narrowly missed an opportunity to move to Group II play offs by just one match. Zimbabwe overall placed 15th out of 21, which was commendable as it was first encounter at such a big stage for all the team players. A highlight was Tanya’s match against 20 year old Linda Benkaddour of Algeria, whom she defeated 6-3, 6-4.

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Tanya Midzi Clinches ITF U18 World Tour Medals

Tanya took part in two ITF J5 tournaments that were hosted in Bulawayo in June. She sailed through the first three rounds in both tournaments in singles in both tournaments, finishing in the top four for both. Her nemesis in each semi-final was Jo Leen Saw of Malaysia to whom she fell 1-6, 2-6 in the first encounter, but went on score a much improved 3-6, 7-5, 4-6 in the second encounter against the same Jo Leen Saw.

Doubles saw her reaching finals, in both tournaments, seeing her clinch her first ITF U18 World Tour medals! She and her partner faced off against Suzanie Pretorius of South Africa paired with Jo Leen Saw in both finals. Tanya’s ranking has jumped phenomenally, and just turned 15, she is now ranked 777 in the World, and still climbing till age 18. Congratulations to Tanya on this incredible achievement.

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Rowing Association Zimbabwe Selection 2021

Congratulations to the following Peterhouse pupils who have been selected to row at the Under 19 World Rowing Championships in Plovdiv, Bulgaria and at the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta in August 2021. Congratulations must also go to those pupils selected for the Rowing Association (RAZ) Junior Development Training Squad.

To represent Zimbabwe: -
JW1X - Kayla KALWEIT Peterhouse Girls
JW2X - Done ERASMUS and Stacy DUNSTAN Peterhouse Girls

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World Environment Day 2021

During the last week of term Peterhouse celebrated World Environment Day by dressing in green and learning about ‘Ecosystem Restoration’ – there are some good practical examples of this at Peterhouse in both Gosho and Calderwood Park such as:

Removal of exotics and planting of indigenous trees.

Planting Vetiver grass to repair erosion.

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Director of Academic Advancement 2021

Congratulations to Mrs Michelle Scott Elliot on being appointed Director of Academic Advancement, effective September 2021. This role will serve to provide strategic direction in the pursuance of a strong and robust academic programme at the Peterhouse Group.

Given the significant shifts that have taken place in teaching spaces over the course of the last year there is, given the expansion of digital teaching, a need for the Group of Schools to re-evaluate our approach to Curriculum Development.

With this in mind, the post of Director of Academic Advancement has been created. This senior management post will offer the Group an opportunity to rigorously investigate best academic practice in an environment which is demanding greater levels of creativity and innovation.

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