COMMUNITY LINKS

We are an outward looking school and we like to work closely with our local community.


Netball Match against Mponda School

In March 2018, our Netball Team played a match against Mponda School. This was good preparation for the International Schools Tournament.


Football Match against Mponda School

In February 2018, our Football Team played against Mponda School.  It was a very close match and the final score was 2-2.


Football and Netball Match against Zomba Private

In February 2018, our Primary Football and Netball Team played a match against Zomba Private.  They showed great determination.


Local School Visits

At Sir Harry's we are keen to build close links with local schools within our area.  In December 2017, 100 children from Mponda and Zomba Baptist School came along to watch our dress rehearsal of Treasure Island.


Chinese Festival at Chancellor College

In May 2017, children from years 5-8 performed music, drama and dance at the Chinese Cultural Festival at Chancellor College.


Donation to Shine Centre

Money raised from our Christmas Fair was used to support the Shine Centre.  In May 2017, our School Council went to visit to see how the money was being used.


Football and Netball Match with Zomba Baptist School

In November 2016, our Football and Netball team played a match against

Zomba Baptist. All children played superbly as a team and were great ambassadors for the school.


Support for Flood Relief

The children of Sir Harry's raised money for Flood Relief victims by taking part in a sponsored swim.  The money raised was donated to Emmanuel International and was used to rebuild a house in the local community.  John Raby (from EI) took the school council on a visit to see what had been achieved.


Tree Protection Programme

Malumbe Class, have been very involved in the Tree Protection Programme.  They have planted trees in the local environment and even talked about their work on Chanco Radio.


Singakwenza Recycling Workshop

We hosted a workshop on how to make toys out of recycled materials.  It was organised by Singakwenza (an NGO from South Africa).