Annual Report

| September 10, 2016 | 0 Comments

Before I delve into detail about the challenges in the first term of 2010 and our endevour to develop Bondolfi C.P.S to equal or better than other District Schools in MASVINGO Province, let me take this opportunity to restate the names of our representatives who work to improve the state of our school. These include: the Education Secretary, P.T.A members and the Priest in Charge. I would like to mention at this point that throughout this term, I received resounding support and commitment from them.
First term challenges for the school
Let me begin by highlighting challenges for the school as a person charged with the responsibility of supporting the education of our children:

  • Financing capital development.
  • Purchasing textbooks and stationery.
  • increasing salaries for our ancillary staff.
  • Maintaining the school infrastructure.

To education of our children
The education of the children at Bondolfi C.P.S is based on our clearly stated school mission statement and client charter which include academic, sporting/ social, spiritual and cultural concerns.

  • In a child, a culture of reading
  • A pupil who must focus all his /her effort and energy on his /her final goal and ambition.
  • A child who has a vision and faith in ‘ACADEMIC and BEYOND’.

I hope and trust that the school will gather momentum and improve the percentage rate with the passage of each academic year.

I was impressed by the suggestions and recommendations made by parents/ guardians. Constructive criticism is most welcome for the improvement of educational provision teaching and learning.
In short recommendations include:

  • Provision of instructional material.
  • Renovation of Early Childhood Development Centre.

Last minute payment of fees and levies will disadvantage the school in terms of procuring necessities . REMEMBER – stationery and textbooks are purchased on cash – No Account – no matter how clean one’s account is.
Lastly, I would like to express to the P.T.A Responsible Authority and staff who gave me strength and courage despite financial difficulties being faced by the school.

May God Bless You All In Your Responsibilities Of Looking After These Children!!!
Mr Zihove

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