Welcome to Goldridge College

Goldridge College is a co-educational independent trust school that opened its doors to the community in 2001. It offers places to 350 students from Form One to Six. 200 students are boarders.

The College is situated in the City of Kwekwe (Zimbabwe) in the Newtown Low Density Suburb near Kwekwe Sports Club.

Goldridge College is owned and administered by the Goldridge Schools Board of Governors that also runs a Nursery and Primary School. Being a non - profit making school, it is a member of the Association of Trust Schools (ATS) in Zimbabwe. The head is a member of the Conference of Heads of Independent Schools in Zimbabwe (CHISZ).

News making the headlines

SPORTS UPDATE OCTOBER 2022

We are happy that we have so far fulfilled all our fixtures. The results achieved so far are as follows:

CRICKET
Versus Midlands Christian College

Under 14 Under 15 Under 16 First Team

Goldridge College lost by 1 wicket.
Goldridge College won by 7 runs
Match ended as a draw.
Goldridge lost game by 3 wickets and then won game two by 3 wickets

 

Watershed under 20 Cricket Tournament

Results of the T20 Cricket Tournament held on Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th September 2022.

Resumption of the iPads project

Having appreciated how technology is a powerful tool that supports and transforms education, we have started re-introducing the use of iPads in the school. The iPads are connected to the school network and are centrally managed by the college through JAMF MDM(Mobile Device Management), so that they are not misused. The College reserves the right on what can be accessed and installed on the iPads. The iPads are only being bought through the College and will have several educational applications that help in teaching and learning.

Cambridge Examination Results 2021

While 2021 was a rather difficult year due to disruptions of face to face teaching and learning as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Goldridge family is proud of the results attained at various levels.

(a) FORM TWO CHECKPOINT

The Cambridge Checkpoint report for 2021 shows that our learners have a good understanding of the curriculum content. We highly commend the following learners who showed an excellent understanding of the curriculum content: