In October 2021 years 7 to 9 took part in various book related activities. They enjoyed coming to school dressed as a book character.
In July 2021, students were given the task of upcycling old, unwanted clothes and turning them into something more desirable. They also experimented with using natural dyes
In June 2021, we held a special dinner and dance to say goodbye to our Year 11 students. We wish them all the very best for the future.
In May 2021, Year 7 visited CHANCO radio and TV station to obtain first-hand information about communication operations, as part of their ICT learning. they had a chance to visit studios and transmitters
In April 2021, students in Year 7 worked collaboratively to produce and promote their own desserts. Each group had to produce an original dessert and then come up with ways to persuade people to buy their product. The groups were judged by our special panel.
In March 2021 Students in Years 7 to 9 had a fantastic Book Day today and enjoyed dressing up as their favourite book character. they had fun while exploring different information from books.
In November 2020 Students in key stage 3 had their DT day. they considered the difficulties farmers who grow crops on mountainsides face in transporting their produce (often perishable fruits and vegetables) to the market. Students researched, designed, tested and adapted their Prototypes . they all responded well to the challenge, they worked together successfully analyzed and evaluated their work.
In January 2020 our key stage 3 students showcased their products made during their Textile day. They had fun while learning skills in reusing materials.
KS3 Students had their first Technology day of the year in December 2019.and it was based upon the theme of a journey.
Our Secondary French students in December 2019 organised a french cafe. This was a great opportunity for them to practise their French in real life context
Year 7/8 conducted field work on 4th October 2019 to practice their geographical skills. The research question was ‘Is Zomba congested?’ they collected data on Chilembwe highway and represented their findings on pie charts and bar charts.
In July 2019, our Secondary students performed Romeo and Juliet.
In June 2019, we organised a Design Technology Day for years 7 to 9 where our students learnt about bicycle maintenance.
In June 2019 some of our students visited Dedza Pottery as part of their art studies.
In May 2019 our students organised their own French Café. All food was served using the French language.
In April 2019, our Year 7/8 Class went on a Geography Field Trip to Mulunguzi Dam to learn about flooding defences.
In March 2019, our Lower Secondary students enjoyed a fantastic three day residential trip to Mangochi. They carried out geography field work, visited the local school and developed their team working skills.
In January 2019, our KS3 Students had a Design Technology Day where they printed 'safer internet' messages on their t shirts!
In September 2018, our Year 7/8 class went on a guided tour of Zomba to learn about its history. They visited Hotel Masongola and Kamuzu Banda's Office.
In September 2018, our KS3 Students had a Food Technology Day where they cooked a delicious curry!
In June 2018, our Secondary students performed 'Alice in Wonderland' to a packed audience.
In May 2018, our Secondary students undertook the Buggy Challenge! They demonstrated great problem solving skills.
In April 2018, we held our first Global Arts Morning. Our Secondary students focused on producing 3D art work.
In March 2018, our Secondary students received First Aid training from a visiting doctor.
In February 2018, our Secondary students went on a three day residential to Liwonde National Park.
In February 2018, we had a Design Technology Day, where our Secondary students used textiles to create something that they could wear.
We finished term 1 with a whole school Christmas Singalong! Our Secondary students sang with enthusiasm!
In November 2017, our Secondary students took part in a maths and science based Problem Solving Day. The aim was to develop their critical thinking.
In November 2017, Sir Harry's held its first Science Week.. Our Secondary students created their own scientific inventions!
In October 2017, we held a Cookery Day. Our Secondary students worked together to make a healthy meal.