Nursery Class Assembly
Today our nursery class did a brilliant job of sharing this year's learning with the school. We were impressed with their confidence and
loud voices as they showed us what they know. With this fantastic start to their education, we know that each of them will go far!
Visit by Beit Trust
On Tuesday, four representatives from the Beit Trust, who made grants towards the building of the two hostels, came to look around the
school. They commented on how polite and articulate our students were and were delighted with the success of the boarding hostels. We look
forward to continuing to work with them in the future.
Malumbe Class Science
This week Malumbe continued their learning about forces by making and testing parachutes to find the best material and to see how the size
of a parachute affected its flight. They had great fun launching plastic toys into the air and seeing how the parachutes worked.
Next Week IGCSE's continue
Our year 11 students will continue with their IGCSE examinations. We wish them all the best.
Primary School Sports Day
On Friday, our primary classes from Songani to Malumbe classes will compete in our sports day. Children should come in a t-shirt
representing their house colour. We look forward to welcoming parents to come and support their children starting shortly after Celebration
Assembly at 8.15 am.
Spelling Bee Regional Finals
The southern region finals of the National Spelling Bee will take place on Saturday the 21st of May at the Golden Peacock Hotel in
Blantyre, starting at 8.30am. Our primary and secondary spelling team have been practising hard for the competition and we wish them every
success. We are all very proud of their achievement in making it into the finals by spelling some really tricky words!
Next Monday the 16th May is the Kamuzu day public Holiday and school will be closed. We would like to wish
everyone an enjoyable and restful long weekend and look forward to seeing everyone back on Tuesday the 17th.
As always, if you have any concerns, please do not hesitate to speak to class teachers or make an appointment to come into the