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Peterhouse Girls

Peterhouse Interact Club – ‘service above self’

The Peterhouse Interact Club works closely with Kukura neShungu, a small organisation based in Marondera that is committed to empowering children and youths with mental and physical disabilities.

Recently the club hosted the Kukura NeShungu Tracksuit Party which proved to be a successful fundraising event.

The evening social was well attended by the D and C block pupils from both schools. The music and dance enabled pupils to socialise under the vigilance supervision of the staff who chaperoned. Juice, cakes and biscuits were provided.

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Peterhouse Girls French Outing to Le Café de Paris 2022

In late July our Peterhouse Girls B block, A block and Vth form ‘Frenchies’ went to Le Café de Paris in Harare as part of the girls’ French cultural experience.

The girls managed to order their French meals from delightful little tables set outside in the garden.

Some of the meals sampled, besides the buttery croissants and waffles with ice cream and chocolate sauce, was the delectable salade nordique, salade césar, millefeuille, burger gourmand and Paris Panini.

It was certainly worth the visit as our girls were able to get a feel of the French ambiance and enjoy the French food.

Peterhouse Girls Buckland Arts Competition 2022

Buckland Arts is an annual competition that takes place at Peterhouse Girls: allowing the girls to display their creativity through a variety of cultural activities.

The Competition was initiated by Sue Buckland in honour of her late husband and has taken place every year since then. The competition gives the girls a chance to be innovative and compete in cultural activities that they do not normally participate in throughout the year.

This year’s theme was ‘1980’s Glitz and Glam’. The theme meant to expose the girls to a different era in history from a cultural perspective, and to create an appreciation for different genres of art, dance, music and poetry. The girls embraced the theme and came up with beautiful 1980’s pieces and performances.

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Peterhouse Musician of the Year 2022

‘Music is the great uniter. An incredible force. Something that people who differ on everything and anything else can have in common’. Sarah Dessen

After a twenty-year absence, internationally benchmarked Music Examinations have returned to Peterhouse and Zimbabwe. This term we were fortunate to host Paul Coleman, a London College of Music examiner, for three days whilst he evaluated a good number of our music pupils. While the results are still to be published, he spoke very favourably of the pupils he examined. Having internationally recognized music examinations back in Zimbabwe will do much for the development of music in the school.

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Zimbabwe Debate Representative 2022

Congratulations to Munesushe Mushosho who has been selected to represent Zimbabwe at the World School Debating Championships that will be hosted by the Netherlands in August.

Well done Munesushe.

Meet Jamie Parker - Teacher of Mathematics 2022

Jamie Parker joined the Peterhouse Girls' Mathematics Department in January, 2022.

Mathematics has been one of her favourite subjects since an early age and she has always wanted to teach it in order to motivate and encourage others to enjoy it as much as she does.

She completed her Bachelor of Education Degree in 2016 through UNISA, specialising in Mathematics. In addition to this, Jamie is also passionate about sports, having represented Zimbabwe in hockey and tennis at an Under 18 school girl’s level, as well as having been a coach/manager of Zimbabwe Tennis and Hockey District teams.

Jamie is married to Adam Parker and they live at Peterhouse Girls School with their three children. They are excited to be a part of the Peterhouse community and look forward to being able to help and motivate the pupils to become the best they can be.

Tanya Midzi Selected for U16 Tennis Touring Team 2022

Congratulations to Tanya Midzi on her recent tennis achievements.

Tanya played two ITF World Junior Tennis Tour J5 tournaments in Bulawayo. She achieved good results walking away with two silver medals at the conclusion of the tournaments. The first medal was in the singles final where she squared off with Celine Joseph of South Africa, taking the 1st set 6-3, and then dropping the 2nd and 3rd sets 2-6,3-6 , to claim the silver position.

In other singles matches, she overcame Hailey Banda (Zim) 6-1, 6-1, Jannat Chiripal (India) 6-1, 6-0, Lucy Bell Hogan (Ireland) 6-3, 6-0, Sophia Fuller (South Africa) 6-2, 6-1, Kudzai Chapepa (Zim) 6-2, 6-3, Che Nel (South Africa ) 6-3, 6-3, and Ruramai Nyamakura (Zim) 6-0, 6-2. Most matches were won in two straight sets.

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Zimbabwe U21 Polocrosse Selection 2022

We would like to congratulate Keegan Mannix and Adele Kotze for their selection in the Zimbabwe U21 National Polocrosse side to play against England here in Zimbabwe in August.

Rowing Canadian Royal Henley 2022

The Rowing Association of Zimbabwe is pleased to announce the selection of Reagan Evans, Danielle Kaschula, Emmanuel Nyamupingidza, Daniella Phiri and Lara Weller to represent the Rowing Association of Zimbabwe at the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta in August 2022.

Also, just to note, that two of our recent Petreans (PHG 2021), Doné Erasmus, and Stacey Dunstan, have been selected to represent Zimbabwe at the U23 Rowing World Championships in Varese, Italy later this year.

We wish them every success.

Zimbabwe Archery Representatives 2022

Congratulations to the following pupils who have been selected to represent Zimbabwe at Archery.

Zimbabwe Schools National Team
PHG - Nicole Allott, Mafaro Musimwa
PHB - Jacobus Botha, Gianmarco Marucchi-Chierro and Xuan Ze Hong

Development Team
PHG - Melissa Allott, Mpho Chimphondah, Skye Shanahan
PHB - Shawn Stanton, Musa Kurenzvi, Ngonidzashe Chikono and Garth Clements

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Global Young Journalist Awards 2022

Congratulations to Ruvimbo Joy Chauruka who entered and won an international competition called the Global Young Journalists Award, in the section on Race and Gender, run by ‘The Day’ news.

Some of the outstanding and world renowned speakers at the awards ceremony included:

Tom Clarke
Science & Technology Editor @Sky
Tom covers a range of stories including COVID, climate and how tech is transforming our lives. Before joining Sky, he was at ITN for over 17 years, where he was science editor of ITV News and Channel 4 News.

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