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Headmaster's Newsletter April - May 2019

Wednesday, April 10th, 2019
Please click here to read the Headmaster's April - May 2019 Newsletter
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MUN Conference Report- PHMUN

Wednesday, April 10th, 2019
St George’s Model United Nations Society sent seven of its delegates to the first Peterhouse MUN conference, which was also attended by H.I.S, Arundel, and The French School.  Peterhouse Boys’ co-hosted the event, together with sister School, Peterhouse Girls’.   The topic of the conference was: ‘’Are we really at Peace?”.   Several topics were addressed by the ‘United Nations’ main bodies in separate classes:   The UN Security Council -…
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FAIR- First Aid In Rugby Training Workshop

Tuesday, April 9th, 2019
On Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th April 2019, twelve St George’s pupils completed the FAIR World Rugby First Aid training program that was led by FAIR trainer and physiotherapist, Abigail Mnikwa. We are privileged to be the third school in Zimbabwe to have taken part in this prestigious training program.   The FAIR program consisted of the following:   **Although FAIR is specific to rugby, it can be applied to…
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Interhouse Drama 2019 Results

Friday, April 5th, 2019
Theme: “HOUSE PRIDE” Competition held on Thursday 4 April, 2019; 2:00pm First Place: BARTHELEMY 259  points Second Place: JOHANNY 217  points Third Place: GARDNER 168  points Fourth Place: HARTMANN 142  points Award Winners: ACTING AWARDS TECHNICAL AWARDS Best Senior Actor in a Leading Role: Kudzayishe Brendon Bikwa (U6; Barthelemy) Best Designer: Kudzayishe Brendon Bikwa ( Lights, Sound, Set, Props ) ( U6; Barthelemy ) Best Junior Actor in a Leading…
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Inter-House Public Speaking 2019

Friday, April 5th, 2019
On the 1st of April, St George’s College held the annual Public Speaking Competition. The format slightly changed this year as there was the addition of another speaker per house in the Senior Category. The panel of adjudicators included Mr C Charamba (Chief Adjudicator), Ms C Hall and Mr M Shoniwa. The standard of public speaking was high from the Juniors to the Seniors. There was a variety of different…
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Invitation To The 2019 Eisteddfod Concert

Thursday, April 4th, 2019
Dear Parents, Staff & Friends,   If you’re in Harare next Tuesday evening (9th April), join us at the 2019 Eisteddfod Concert.   Our choirs and individual members have done extremely well, as usual, and I know you’ll be delighted by what the College has in store for you this year.   Entrance is free and all are welcome.  The show starts promptly at 6pm, in the Beit Hall at…
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1st XV leave for Tour to Kingswood College, Grahamstown

Thursday, April 4th, 2019
Today the Rugby squad set off for the Kingswood Rugby Festival, which is one of the events on that School's calendar, as it celebrates 125 years of existence. If you’re in Grahamstown, why not pop in to support the boys in red? And if you’re NOT in Grahamstown, you may still be able to watch the Dragons via live streaming by accessing these links: www.digitc.co.za and / or https://digitv.co.za/#/school/events/42 Games…
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Victor Sakonda Wins The Peter Bosley Memorial Trophy

Monday, April 1st, 2019
U6 student Victor Sakonda was the winner of the Peter Bosley Memorial Trophy for Males aged 16-18 years at the just-ended National Institute of Allied Arts' Eisteddfod.
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This year the College was awarded the much-coveted Blythe Kruger Shield for Senior Choir, Males, for the 13th year. Competition for this particular award is always fierce and St George's holds the record for the most wins since the Shield's first presentation in 1977. Paul Coleman, in the middle of the picture, was the main adjudicator and was visibly moved and impressed by the Choir's performance. Here, Paul, who used…
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Chawonza: Zim Athletics Star In The Making

Tuesday, March 26th, 2019
FOR 22 years, others have tried. For 22 years, others have failed. For 22 years, no Zimbabwean has run faster over 800 metres since the now retired legendary middle distance king Savieri Ngidhi clocked 1:45,03s on June 15, 1996 in Caorle, Italy— a national record which still stands today. Alfred Chawonza, formerly a St George’s College pupil who is now in his final year of high school at St Benedict…
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