Education

Thursday 1 November 2018

Visually impaired child defies all odds

 

Ennert reads from her braille textbook during an English lesson at Mahuwe Primary School.

Twelve-year old Ennert of Mahuwe Primary school is visually impaired but has been a shining star both at the resource unit for visually impaired children and the mainstream class at the school.

Ennert’s teacher Julian Zingwena says Ennert is well versed with her class lessons and continues to take the first position among the grade 5 stream.

Wednesday 23 May 2018

Zimbabwe commemorates Global Action Week for Education

Zimbabwe government, civic society, communities and children joined hands to commemorate the Global Action Week for Education at a satellite School in Marange District.

Thursday 17 November 2016

Partner School scoops award for academic excellence

 Chimhanda Primary School in Rushinga District, which is one of Save the Children’s partner schools in the education program’s I’m Learning project, has received the Ministry of primary and Secondary Education Secretary's Merit Award. The Award is given by the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education  annually to one primary and one secondary school  in each province, which would have performed exceptionally well in academic work. Chimhanda Primary School received a belated award after coming first out of 694 schools in the Mashonaland Central province in the year 2014. 

Thursday 7 May 2015

I'm Learning schools get Government recognition in Zimbabwe

St Joseph's and Chimhanda primary schools, from the Matobo and Rushinga districts of Zimbabwe have been awarded the Ministry of Education Secretary's Merit Award.