Chisipite Junior School

Chisipite Junior School

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We are writing to introduce Bright Success Enterprises (Pvt) Ltd T/A Supreme Tennis Courts, we specialises in:-
Construction of all weather sports courts (Tennis, Basketball, Volleyball and Netball);
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Fix and supply of tennis nets and accessories.
We are a professional and reputable company with over 10 years experience in Zimbabwe and Zambia. We have successfully constructed over 30 sports courts. References are available on request.

For quotations or further information, please do not hesitate to call, email or visit us on contact details provided below.

Regards,
Bright Mutsunge.

Office: Telephone No:
+263 (0242) 446708.
+263 8644 247865

Mobile/Whatsapp:
+263 772808030.
+263 772593493.
+263 772561087.
+263 712026257.
Mobile Zambia: +260 761429225
Email: [email protected]
page: Bright Success Enterprises (Pvt) Ltd
Instagram:bright_success_enterprise _pvt
Twitter: Bright Success Enterprise t/a supreme Tennis

Physical Address: 34 George Avenue, Msasa, Harare
BRIGHT SUCCESS ENTERPRISES, PROVIDING YOU WITH GOOD QUALITY OF PRODUCTS AND EXCELLENT SERVICES, WE FOCUS ON QUALITY NOT QUANTITY
Dear Sir/Madam,

We are writing to introduce Bright Success Enterprises (Pvt) Ltd T/A Supreme Tennis Courts, we specialises in:-
Construction of all weather sports courts (Tennis, Basketball, Volleyball and Netball);
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Fix and supply of tennis nets and accessories.
We are a professional and reputable company with over 10 years experience in Zimbabwe and Zambia. We have successfully constructed over 30 sports courts. References are available on request.

For quotations or further information, please do not hesitate to call, email or visit us on contact details provided below.

Regards,
Bright Mutsunge.

Office: Telephone No:
+263 (0242) 446708.
+263 8644 247865

Mobile/Whatsapp:
+263 772808030.
+263 772593493.
+263 772561087.
+263 712026257.
Mobile Zambia: +260 761429225
Email: [email protected]
page: Bright Success Enterprises (Pvt) Ltd
Instagram:bright_success_enterprise _pvt
Twitter: Bright Success Enterprise t/a supreme Tennis

Physical Address: 34 George Avenue, Msasa, Harare
BRIGHT SUCCESS ENTERPRISES, PROVIDING YOU WITH GOOD QUALITY OF PRODUCTS AND EXCELLENT SERVICES, WE FOCUS ON QUALITY NOT QUANTITY
Announcement: Mrs Maria - former boarding school matron - passed away Sunday 16th February 2020. Very strict but fair on her charges, I like to believe she is remembered fondly by those who knew her and interacted with her during her time employed by Chisipite Junior School (1992-2004) Sorry if dates are wrong, memories are quite right probably.
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Hei hei is mrs forgoty still at the school
Chisipite junior is a very good school ,we appreciate the facilities and grooming we have have seen and heard but we dont tolerate racist behaviour which waa shown to us by the Headmaster Mr Major.if he as a senior leader can harrass parents like he did to us when we needed help in the driveway to the extent of insulting us that "This is not mabvuku after driving all the way from Botswana to enquire about daughter,The impression is very bad i ddnt expect to get that kind of treatment in Zimbabwe,We have been to heritage st johns,st georges,dominican convent and hellenik what an amazing stuff the schools have !Please SDA do something about people like the Headmaster his not examplery ....Am deeply saddened if this is the way his treating blacks at the school .Security was surprised even other white colleagues who were behind me.

For own information Mr Headmaster Black lives do matter.dont look down upon other races when addressing any issues .

We deserve some form of respect !
Any pictures of the 70s?

Chisipite Junior School offers a Christian, non- denominational education, open to all girls of all creed. The birth and growth of Chisipite Junior School from a small government aided farm school to the fully functioning and successful school that it is today, eighty seven years later, is an achievement made possible by the five very dedicated heads, boards of governors, parents and teachers.

Operating as usual

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 18/09/2020

The Grade 4s are learning about camouflage and have created wonderful lizards which are so well hidden in their backgrounds, that I challenge you to find them! Well done Grade 4s.

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 15/09/2020

The Grade 2’s are learning about creatures of the sea. In this art lesson the girls were asked to create an under the sea art project using recycled materials in celebration of World Ocean Day.

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 11/09/2020

Every year all the Grade 6’s form fundraising groups to raise awareness and funds for the Zambezi Society. They also each make a poster to raise awareness. These are some of the posters the girls have done at home.

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 04/09/2020

The Puzzle Piece art activity was a collaborative art exercise. The girls were asked to personalise their own puzzle piece, to show us a little bit about who they are. Beautiful art puzzle pieces were submitted with names, pictures of friends, family, pets, favourite food etc. Each one of them is a special piece of the Chisipite Puzzle and we can’t wait to hear their cheerful voices in our classrooms again.

30/06/2020

If I were...

Happy Tuesday to all - here is a wonderful Assembly Hymn sung by the talented Chisi and Lilfordia students. Thank you Mrs Fowlds.

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 09/06/2020

Here's the Grade 7 Gallery:

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 08/06/2020

Here's the Grade 6 Gallery

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 07/06/2020

Grade 4 Art: Cactus

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 06/06/2020

Here is the Grade 3 Art: Keith Haring

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 05/06/2020

Our Chisi Girls have been turning out the most incredible art whilst working from home and all credit goes to Mrs Ferreira for getting their creative juices flowing. Here are some of the gorgeous pieces that have been produced...
Grade 2 - Kariba Art

29/04/2020

Senior Choir 2

The Senior Choir...

28/04/2020

Soloist 2

27/04/2020

Soloist 1

26/04/2020

Senior Choir 1

This is the Senior Choir...

25/04/2020

Junior Choir

This is the Junior Choir:

24/04/2020

Grade 2 Choir

Here is the other Grade 2 Choir

23/04/2020

Grade 2 Choir

Thank you to Becky Fowlds, who has provided us with these wonderful videos of the Chisi J Choirs and Soloist singers’ entries for this year’s Eisteddfod. Sadly they were not able to perform these in the competition, but we are extremely fortunate to be able to still enjoy them online.
Here is one of the Grade 2 Choirs. Have a look tomorrow for the next video.

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 04/04/2020

The Inter-house Athletics for Grade 3-7 took place on Saturday 14th March. It was a very well attended, well organised morning with great support from families. Competition was intense but in the end Purvis House won followed by Jenkinson and Anderson.

Did you know the first Inter-house Cup was presented in 1930?

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 27/03/2020

On Friday 13th March, Bryden Country School hosted their annual duathlon. Participating schools included Chisipite Junior School, St John’s Prep, Hellenic and Bryden. The junior race comprised of a 1.3km run, followed by a 1.8km and then another 1km. The senior race comprised of a 1.3km run, followed by a 3.5km ride and then another 1km ride. It was a hot afternoon and the children gave it their all and enjoyed competing in the beautiful grounds of a country school. The Chisi girls did very well overall.

17/03/2020

Bishopslea organised a very enjoyable, well run meet with Chisi Junior, Bishopslea, Convent & Ruzawi competing. The Chisi Junior girls ran so well & won overall followed by Convent.

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 16/03/2020

The tennis quadrangular took place recently. The First & Fillies A team went out to Ruzawi and played Whitestone on Friday afternoon. After staying the night at Ruzawi, they played the Ruzawi teams on Saturday morning moving to Springvale to play Springvale teams in the afternoon. Matches won & lost the girls had lots of fun, renewed friendships & played lovely tennis.

12/03/2020

Mrs Purvis retired in 1973 and her successor was Mrs Joan Howard, who had spent 20 years at Highlands Junior School. She then went on to spend a further 20 years at Chisi Junior. She guided the school through some tough times. In the early 70's, the viability of the school was once again threatened due to the dwindling number of students from Zambia. The political isolation of the country then caused the Zambian border to close. At this time, only 20 of the 120 pupils were from this country! Mrs Howard was determined to keep the school going, as were the staff and parents.

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 09/03/2020

This year Purvis took the cup for the Inter-house Cross Country! It was a chilly morning with the sun shining through the clouds and all the girls ran the course with such determination and it was great to see the pre-school classes cheering on the sideline! Now we look forward to the Inter-house Athletics which will be held on Saturday 14th March.

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 04/03/2020

Last Thursday saw the start of the annual Inter-house athletics competition – the long jump and high jump. All the girls who jumped made their houses proud and there were many spectators to cheer them on. Well done to Jenkinson, who are in the lead at this stage and HUGE congratulations to Georgia Eckard who broke the long-standing U/10 high jump record.

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 27/02/2020

Throwback Thursday: Open-Air Classrooms by Mrs Kay Purvis
“My heart sank when I first saw the classrooms: spartan open-air boxes, grano floors, rough plaster walls, home-made desks and lockers fashioned from tea chests and paraffin boxes. In 1948 only two of these rooms existed, facing the tennis court. I soon discovered that the buildings and furniture made no difference to the standard of education that was achieved at Chisi. It was every bit as good, if not better, than that I had left behind in the plush classrooms of England.”

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 25/02/2020

On Friday 7th February, the Head Girls Dinner was hosted in the dining room at Chisi J. It is a formal occasion to which the Grade 7s, staff and the Head Girls’ parents are invited. The theme this year was based on Mary Poppins – “Anything is possible, even the impossible” and the Grade 7 parents once again worked hard to make it a magical evening. The dining room was transformed into a world of parasols and flowers. The Grade 7 girls themselves contributed with sparkling artwork to line the walls and of course they all looked beautiful!

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 21/02/2020

The Fountain 5 Fundraisers have made a fantastic start to the year with their annual Valentine’s Day Sale last Friday. The valiant Grade 5 dads braved the early morning downpour to sell roses in the car park and there were all sorts of wonderful hearty treats on offer to the girls at break time. What a great effort by the all the Grade 5 parents!

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 20/02/2020

Throwback Thursday: Three Memories of Chisi Junior from Kay Purvis:
The first was the vegetable garden was where the present grand swimming pool stands. It had 44 gallon drums of water sunk into the soil for watering – these proved very dangerous for the unwary not watching their feet. The second was the trees – the magnificent Msasas in front of the farmhouse and the venerable fig tree used for climbing. The third thing was the swimming pool – to many generations of Chisi girls it was pure heaven, despite its duck pond appearance.

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 14/02/2020

Last Friday Chisi Junior hosted the first duathlon of this term. There was a great turnout with senior & junior boys & girls from Hellenic Junior, Lomagundi, Lilfordia, St John’s Prep & Chisi Junior competing. As it was a friendly fixture no scores were taken.

13/02/2020

Throwback Thursday:
Mrs Anderson retired after 21 years as Head Mistress and was succeeded by Mrs Kay Purvis in 1965. The school Houses were born: Bluebird, Blackbird, Robin and Sunbird. Mrs Purvis had been a teacher from 1948 and lived at the school with her family, where the ECD B school is now. Her daughter Sheila, attended both the Junior and Senior Chisipite Schools. Here is a photo of Mrs Anderson and her staff before her retirement.

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 07/02/2020

The ECD B children have settled well into their classrooms & outdoor area. The classrooms have been painted & some outdoor equipment updated. The girls are loving all the various outdoor activity areas they can choose from. Helping each other on the climbing frame and playing & chatting in the sandpit were particular favourites today.

06/02/2020

Throwback Thursday:
In May 1960, the Queen Mother visited Zimbabwe to switch on the power generators of Lake Kariba. Here is a picture of Chisipite Girls lining the Enterprise Road to greet her.

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 31/01/2020

This terms activities are in full swing and each house is practising weekly for interhouse cross country, jumps and athletics.

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 28/01/2020

The ECD A (Early Childhood Development, children turning 3 to 4 years) is a new exciting addition to the school. it opened at the start of this term and is located in the old ‘Junior Hostel’ building which overlooks the top car park. It has been carefully renovated and refurbished with two classrooms, an indoor play area, verandah play areas and a purpose designed playground. As you can see from the photos the girls have quickly settled in and are enjoying swimming and dancing as part of their weekly activities.

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 24/01/2020

Our school underwent quite a few changes over the holidays. The new “Drop & Go” traffic filtering system came into effect and is working very well. Also, the newly refurbished old Junior Hostel now houses the ECD ‘A’ (Early Childhood Development) for children aged 3, turning 4 this year. More on this coming soon.
It is inspiring to see the school improving constantly despite our economic woes.
Happy 2020 from Chisi Junior.

11/12/2019

The hall was overflowing for the Senior Prizegiving as word had got out from the Grandparents, who previewed the musical play ‘Christmas in Gokwe’ the previous day, how fantastic it was. Following the prizegiving the girls gave a wonderful entertaining performance with lots of laughter from the audience. Well done girls. Everyone left the hall smiling!

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 11/12/2019

The hall was overflowing for the Senior Prizegiving as word had got out from the Grandparents, who previewed the musical play ‘Christmas in Gokwe’ the previous day, how fantastic it was. Following the prizegiving the girls gave a wonderful entertaining performance with lots of laughter from the audience. Well done girls. Everyone left the hall smiling!

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 10/12/2019

The junior prizegiving for Grade 1,2 & 3 had the musical Bethlehem is buzzin’ as their musical play this year. It was thoroughly enjoyed by all.

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 03/12/2019

The annual Grade 7 Chisi Junior & St John’s Prep Social took place at Chisi Junior recently. The pupils get together for an afternoon of fun, games, music and dancing and are divided into teams for lots of varied activities. Mr Ryan Barbour, Headmaster of St John’s Prep, mc’d wonderfully for the afternoon keeping everyone entertained and on time. A really fun afternoon enjoyed by everyone.

18/11/2019

Parts of this video were filmed at our school! Let's all plant a tree!

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 15/11/2019

On Friday Chisi attended a triathlon at Hellenic. The girls swam, cycled and ran around the Hellenic course. The girls really enjoyed it and did very well.

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 14/11/2019

Last week the St John’s Prep 1st tennis team came to play against the Chisi 1st team. It was part of the EPSA tennis league. They played singles, doubles and then mixed doubles. The boys came out victorious.

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 10/11/2019

The annual swimming gala was held last Saturday. As always the girls sung their house war cries & cheered each other on loudly. Purvis won the gala followed by Jenkinson in second place & Anderson in third place. Mrs Neylan finally took the opportunity to take her perfect group photo of the three houses by jumping in the pool to take it.
To end the morning the Championship Roll Up record was beaten by 5 seconds! The school was vacated quickly once presentations were finished as lots of families were eager to watch the World Cup rugby final. A great sporting morning!

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 14/10/2019

The first swimming gala of the season was held at Bishopslea last Wednesday. There were 8 lanes of swimmers including two from Bishopslea. The other schools competing were Lilfordia, Convent, Lomagundi, Hellenic, Eaglesvale.

19/09/2019

Throwback Thursday: Memories from Ann Pistorius (nee Hamersley) as written by Ann’s grand-daughter, Danielle Dowding, for Chisi Junior's 75th anniversary celebrations.
My gran’s parents lived on a farm, so she was a boarder and has fond memories of this time. In the winter term, they were given spoonfuls of malt to keep them healthy. The loos were far away and at night they had buckets at each end of the dormitory. The worst chore was sharing duties to empty the buckets in the morning! My gran was an athlete and won the Victrix in her age group. She thinks she was in the “Blue bird” sports house.
My gran enjoyed her years at Chisi Junior and loved her journey to school on the train. She is thrilled that my sister and I are now at her old school!

18/09/2019

The Jungle Book

The Senior play this year was “The Jungle Book”, which was just brilliant! The music was wonderful, as were the costumes and the drama from the Grade 7 girls. Ka, the snake, was especially well done! Mrs Freeland and Mr de Bruijn along with the Miss Malenga and Mrs Mabika have yet again produced a spectacular production enjoyed by all, including the girls in it!

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 12/09/2019

Throwback Thursday: Recollections of 1959 by Veronica Mackay (nee Hilton)
My dorm was called “Windermere” – it was the only dorm with its own bathroom. Being a senior in Std 5, this was a little privilege. What really sticks in my mind is that behind the Hall, was a beautiful old fig tree where we made what we called “Gardens for Fairies”. As seniors, we used to look after the “babies” in KG1 and KG2 and we used to take them to see these “gardens”.
Nearly everybody at Chisi Junior played the piano – I always remember the practice hours between 4 and 5, after tea. The cacophony! All different scales and noise of music being played out of tune, including my own contribution!
I was only at Chisi Junior for one year and went on to do two years at Chisi Senior. I remember Chisi Junior fondly in spite of my homesickness. It had a warm, homely atmosphere and I’m proud to be part of the “Chisi Junior Family”.

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 10/09/2019

Chisipite Junior school formally celebrated 90 years with a wonderful black tie cocktail party at the school. Heads of schools, Chisi teachers, old girls and current parents attended. The variety of entertainment included ex and current pupils dancing and playing music. It was a great evening of sharing memories, delicious food and lots of laughter & entertainment.

Photos from Chisipite Junior School's post 12/08/2019

The Under-13 Inter-Provincial Hockey trials took place this past weekend and were hosted by Chisi Junior. Trust schools throughout Zimbabwe sent their most promising hockey players to compete for places in the provincial sides. Chisipite Junior had five players. The standard of junior school hockey is just outstanding!

There were seven teams representing six provinces, Harare having A and B sides. In the end Harare A and B tied, so using the total goals scored the ‘B’ side won the tournament although the A’s had won the match when they played each other. Mashonaland West were third.

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If I were...
Senior Choir 2
Soloist 2
Soloist 1
Senior Choir 1
Junior Choir
Grade 2 Choir
Grade 2 Choir
The hall was overflowing for the Senior Prizegiving as word had got out from the Grandparents, who previewed the musical...
Parts of this video were filmed at our school! Let's all plant a tree!
The Jungle Book

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