Table Tennis results of boys match played against St Georges College. The Heritage won 4-3. We were unable to play against Prince Edward to complete our triangular due to the school’s late arrival. The boys played well to redeem the loss they suffered away. Source
“Easter Eggs” by Heritage Year 1 Cookery Club.
Mini Eisteddfod The Heritage School was delighted to host the Zimbabwe Society of Music Teacher’s Mini Eisteddfod on Saturday 9th March 2019. This catered for beginner Instrumentalists who had not yet reached Grade 1 in Music, and young vocalists of 8 years and under. The programme was compiled in age groups from five to nine years old and above. There were …
Swimming Success in Namibia Vhenekai Dhemba Vhenekai has flown the Heritage flag very high on Sunday in the CANA Namibian Swimming Championships we are very proud of her. Her results were: Gold 200m BreaststrokeGold 200m FreestyleGold 50m ButterflyBronze 50m Backstroke
Senior Update We had a number of our students involved in a variety of sport activities during the December school break and early this term. A couple of our golfers, Rumbidzai Chisango and Tariro November, took part in a tri-nations tournament (A little geography test for you!). Rumbidzai led the girls to first place, while the boys were placed …
Later in the year our Y9 students will be sitting for the Cambridge Checkpoint English, Mathematics and Science assessments.
We announced our prefects last year, but have delayed announcing the top offices until the induction this term.
One of the things we highlight at Heritage is that each of us, as we go through life and learning, has the opportunity to leave behind us a legacy, or a heritage. The question is put, “What sort of legacy do you want to leave behind? What will others see when you are no longer standing in front of them?”
The three-day Induction, hosted at Acacia House just before the school year began, was a great opportunity for students to get to know each other, for prefects and Y8s to establish some relationship, and to receive some leadership and life skills training.
Greetings from the Head Teacher! We are well into the first term of a brand-new year and the staff and children in the Infant department are ready for a busy and exciting time at school. We have two main functions this term, namely our Cross Country Day and the Easter Hat Parade. We hope that our parents will give us …