The Headmaster’s Address: Speech and Prize-giving Day 2019

October 8, 2019 | News | By Rugare Ruwodo | 0 Comments

SPEECH AND PRIZE GIVING DAY 4 OCTOBER 2019: ELLIS ROBINS SCHOOL Directors of Ceremonies, Mrs Chanakira and Mrs Chabata The Chairperson of the School Development Committee, Mrs Ramani and Executive members of his Committee here present; Mr Chigwida and Representatives of Former Students of this School; Ladies and Gentlemen; And the Gentlemen of Ellis Robins […]


The Librarian

June 14, 2019 | News | By Rugare Ruwodo | 0 Comments

He joined the school in 1984 as a librarian. The school was under the leadership of Mr Chibanguza, the first black Headmaster after independence in 1980. He laboured on even in those early days when racial integration among students and staff was a big issue at institutions like Ellis Robins. His love for the school […]


Double Celebration

May 21, 2019 | News | By Rugare Ruwodo | 0 Comments

The day is 21 May 2019. It is someones’s birth day anniversary but yet another event. The Fush community had in the previous days received the news with quite a shock that one of the longest serving members of the school was going to hang his boots, as it were. Mr Raphael Mudau was born […]


Ellis Robins Annual Rugby Festival in Pictures

March 28, 2018 | News | By Rugare Ruwodo | 0 Comments

The Rugby Festival has come and gone but what remains are memories. The  U20Dolphins scooped the Cup against one of their long-time rivals in Rugby – Allan Wilson School. The cool evening of the 24th of March also saw the senior Vainona High School Girls’ team being awarded the winners in the girls category.


The Grand Exit

January 15, 2018 | News | By Rugare Ruwodo | 0 Comments

The day is Monday the 15th of January in the year of our Lord 2018. It is someone’s birthday anniversary. It is also someone’s retirement date. Mrs Y Shamuyarira finds herself in a maze of celebratory mood, sense of achievement, sense of accomplishment and wonder but at the same time, sense of “sadness”. Mrs Shamuyarira […]


Speech And Prize Giving Day 13 October 2017: Ellis Robins School Headmaster’s Speech

October 13, 2017 | News | By Rugare Ruwodo | 0 Comments

Directors of Ceremonies, Ms Museruka and Mr Mudau; Our Guest of Honour, Mr Brendon Mudzikitiri; Representative of the Ministry of Education, Warren Park/Mabelreign District; The Chairman of the School Development Committee, Mr Karumekayi and Executive members of his Committee here present; Reverend Gotora and Amai Gotora of the AFM Church; Mr Zuze and Representatives of […]


Junior Debate Club Scoops the Provincial Cup

July 10, 2017 | News | By Rugare Ruwodo | 0 Comments

Just  a short note to announce that the school’s debating society hoisted the school flag at the Harare provincial competitions held at Prince Edward School on Wednesday, the 5th  of July. The team was judged as overall winners in this significant event. The team included Panmaha Hikwa, Colinto Kunjanja, Justin Salimu and Tamsanqa Malaba. Tamsanqa was […]


Mr Chuma Leaves

June 10, 2017 | News | By Rugare Ruwodo | 0 Comments

The opening of the second term of 2017 saw the transferring of Mr B. Chuma to Renco High School. In his farewell speech to the members of staff, he said his heart was with Masvingo. This left the Head’ s post vacant for a few days until  Ms Museruka was appointed acting head. In her […]


The urge to perform better and pass

May 20, 2017 | News | By Rugare Ruwodo | 0 Comments

The holidays are over. School in the second term is in full throttle. However, this is a time for transition or change in the education sector with the inception of the new curriculum framework in Zimbabwe. The proponents argue that the revamping of the education sector will see the revival in the ethic called Unhu/Ubuntu, […]


Term-end Exhortations

April 6, 2017 | Blog | By Rugare Ruwodo | 0 Comments

  The first term has come to a screeching halt. The term that seemed long has come to a close. Have you ever dreamed of this day.  A wise man said, “Make hay while the sun shines”. Indeed those who made hay are now settled as their cows are now enjoying,so to speak. They got […]

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