A rewarding effort at St. Claret Chiutsi Primary School in Zimbabwe

On 10 January 2017, St. Claret Chiutsi Primary (Zimbabwe) opened for the first time its doors to the first group of pupils. Those were very humble beginnings, but with a great amount of eagerness and enthusiasm. From the first day, the school and the whole educational community have been moved by the passion for a quality education from and with heart, opting for a learner centred approach and inspired by the values and spirituality of St. Anthony Mary Claret, a man on fire.

After six complete years working hard with our children and enjoying the support of the families and other local stakeholders we can reap the fruits. This year has been the first time for our students to write the National Grade 7 exams, getting a brilliant general pass rate of 86% (being the national average 40.09%), the highest of the whole area!

Congratulations to the learners and the teachers, congratulation to the families and the management team, congratulation because (as usually the children sing) the light of St. Claret is really leading you!

We want to appreciate and acknowledge the effort and dedication of those who started this educational project, as well as all the friends, particular donners and organisations that have supported and enabled the growth of our school, especially Manos Unidas and Proclade Bética and Canarias.


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