Nature of the Curriculum

Academics - The school makes an exhaustive coverage of the academic curriculum, through minute breakdown of syllabi into manageable units.

Integration of subjects

Coherent link among learning areas. Each subject is treated as an integral part of a compact whole. Therefore the pupils perceive a wholesome meaning in every aspect of the curriculum.


All subjects taught are as prescribed by the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education exclusively. Subjects Offered are:

  • Mathematics
  • Shona
  • Agriculture
  • RME
  • Music
  • Computer Science
  • HIV/AIDS - Grades 4-7
  • English
  • Environmental Science
  • Social studies
  • Home Economics
  • Art
  • Physical Education

Instructional Delivery Using ICT

The school advocates for use of modern technology in lesson delivery. Every teacher at the school has a laptop, an overhead projector and a projector screen, which are used in instructional delivery. All the teachers’ laptops are installed with E-learning software. The thrust is to make learning more exciting and captivating through the use of modern technology.

The school has an efficient Wifi system covering the whole campus. There also a state of the art computer laboratory and music department with diverse classes of musical instruments


The school offers the following sporting disciplines:

  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Swimming
  • Cricket
  • Netball
  • Rugby
  • Chess
  • Music
  • Hockey
  • Tennis
  • Athletics
  • Table Tennis


Every child belongs to a club that they choose. The children get life skills such as saving life, being responsible, discipline, team work and so on. The clubs on offer at the school are:

  • Interact
  • Chess
  • Bookworm Club
  • Bush Beat
  • First Aid
  • Music Club
  • Scripture
  • Art

Civic Education

  1. Letting the pupils do environmental scan of life after school
  2. Give them Education for living sessions
  3. Inculcation of appreciation of gender equity
  4. Have Career Guidance Days -Invite professionals to showcase their trades for Career path identification
  5. Cultural exchanges with pupils from other schools
  6. Global Citizenship Education
  7. The School participates in Connecting Classes, a programme coordinated by the British council. Has Two Sister Schools - one in Cape Town South Africa and the other in Carlisle, England