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As we have come to the end of a very long but successful first term, we would like to thank God for seeing us through, it has been indeed a hectic and challenging term.

Congratulations to all students and teachers for the con-tinued hard work which has gone into our academic, co-curricular, service and outreach programmes. In academ-ics, seven and nine students were awarded half and full colours respectively at IGCSE and AS Level. In co-curricular activities, Donata Katai broke Kirsty Coventry‟s 21 year record in junior South African swimming champi-onship in Durban and Tanaka Gombarume was selected to represent Zimbabwe in Tennis. Congratulations to New-ton for winning the inter-house athletics shield this year. It was also pleasing to see the exuberant parental support at this event as they competed for the Spirit Cup and well done to Cowper parents for winning this inaugural cup. In Eisteddfod, our students received four Honours and six first pluses. Our school community actively participated and continues to participate in the Cyclone Idai relief pro-grammes. Thank you and well done, we are proud of all those students and staff involved.

I am pleased to inform you that our much anticipated AC-SI readiness visit took place as planned on the 18th and 19th of March 2019. We praise God that, with some recom-mendations for further improvement, the consultants were impressed by the progress that we have made to-wards achieving international accreditation, and they con-firmed our readiness to host an ACSI team visit. The team visit has been scheduled for September 2019.

We bid farewell to Mr Tinashe Jera, we are appreciative his brief service at Gateway High in the Music depart-ment. His passion and enthusiasm for music saw a num-ber of our students achieve honours in the recent Ei-steddfod concert under his mentorship. We wish Mr Jera well and our prayer is that he will continue to in-spire young lives wherever he goes.

We remain cognisant of the significance of the Easter period for all believers and remember how Christ died for us. We were sanctified by his blood, a sacrifice so huge that no other can compare. We remain commit-ted to impacting lives as we educate for eternity. We appreciate that as a nation we are experiencing difficult and trying times but because Christ conquered death and he lives; we can certainly face tomorrow. Romans 8:35-39 is inspiring in these difficult times: “Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall trouble or hardship or persecution or famine or nakedness or dan-ger or sword? No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us. For I am con-vinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.”

All that remains is for me to wish you all a happy Easter and fulfilling family time this holiday.

Tunga Mahungu
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