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Peterhouse Open Day 2019

Monday 23rd September 2019

8.15am to 11.30am

Parents of Grade 6 boys and girls are invited to Peterhouse Boys and Peterhouse Girls to experience some of what our schools have to offer.

Please R.S.V.P. to receive further information.

Senior Chaplain required for January 2020

Applications are invited for the post of


w.e.f. 1 January 2020

This is an ideal opportunity for someone wishing to join Zimbabwe’s leading independent school as Senior Chaplain.

The Peterhouse Group of Schools, with approximately 1,100 pupils, is looking to appoint a Senior Chaplain for Springvale House, Peterhouse Girls and Peterhouse Boys. Peterhouse was founded as an Anglican independent boarding school. The successful applicant will be an ordained priest of the Anglican Communion and have attended or had experience within the independent boarding school sector. He will also have a Degree/Diploma in Theology or Pastoral Ministry.

Read more: Senior Chaplain required for January 2020

Mr Paul Martin - Headmaster January 2020

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Mr Paul Martin as the new Headmaster of Springvale House with effect from 1 January 2020.

Paul was educated at Falcon College and Rhodes University, graduating in 1998. He brings much experience to his new post – he taught at Barwick School from January 2000 to December 2007 (acting Headmaster in 2007) and since January 2017 he has been Deputy Headmaster at Hartmann House in Harare.

Paul is married to Kim. They have one daughter, Jessica, who is a pupil at Ruzawi School.

We would like to congratulate Paul warmly on his appointment and wish him every success.

Group Newsletter 29 - Trinity Term 2019

Dear Parents and Friends of Springvale House,

Please follow the link to our Peterhouse Group of Schools Group Newsletter - Trinity Term 2019.


It contains snippets of information from events that took place last term and major events for this term.

Grade 7 RIFA Trip 2019

The highlight of their Junior School career is undoubtedly the Grade Sevens’ Rifa Conservation Trip. An educational camp nestled in the banks of the Zambezi River near Chirundu, Rifa offers a diversity of terrain and activities for the pupils to enjoy. From studying the ecology of the warm sulphur pools, canoeing the mighty Zambezi, marvelling at a vulture watch, learning about spoor and tracking, GPS reading and map work, knot making and target practice – the list is endless!

The children are put into 5 groups and enjoy 3 fun-filled rotational sessions a day – they are pleasantly exhausted around the campfire at night! Campfire songs, Bush Bingo, Wildlife Quiz and Team War Cries are evening activities that end off a wonderful day.

Read more: Grade 7 RIFA Trip 2019

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