The Form two pupils sat for Mathematics, Science and English Language Checkpoint examinations. The best grade is 6 (six). Any student who scores 5 (five) and above is considered to have done an excellent job. The following learners scored the excellent averages for the three subjects:


  • Jayden Nyarumwe 5.0

  • Anopaishe Mhishi 5.1

  • Judith Man’ombe 5.2

  • Valerie Shoko 5.2

  • Ashley Madziyire 5.4

  • Kudakwashe Kaseke 5.5

  • Vuyisile Nhliziyo 5.5

    The report showed that a large number of our students are performing above the average international score in each of the subjects.


Our IGCSE/O Level pass rate was 90% for those candidates who passed five subjects with C or better. 60 out of 67 learners passed.

Our best student at IGCSE / ‘O’ Level was Muniki Mzemba who scored 10A*.

class of their own *****

The following learners also had brilliant results:

Excellent results in a

  • Kudakwashe Sengweni 10As (9A*s and 1A)

  • Michael Ndudzo 11As (8A*s and 3As

  • Caitlin Sithole 9As (8A*S and 1A)

  • Nyasha Mundende 10As (6A*s and 4As)

  • Thelma Chiumburu 9As (7A*s and 2As)

  • Tasimbanashe Mupinda 8As (7A*s and 1A ) 1B

  • Theophilus Sibanda 9As (3A*s and 6As) 1B

  • Rufaro Masiyandima 8As (6A*s and 2As)

  • Dani Shumba 8As (5A*s and 3As), 2Bs 1C

  • Ray Manyau 8As (4A*s and 4As), 1B

  • Tanyaradzwa Mutede 8As, 2Bs

42% of our IGCSE candidates scored 5 or more As.


At Advanced level we achieved a 100% pass rate for the seventh consecutive year. Our best student was Nokutenda Gumbie who scored A*s in all the subjects (A* Mathematics, A* Physics and A* Chemistry) Excellent performance *****

The following students also achieved very good results:

  • Claviour Muchengi 2A* (Mathematics and Chemistry) and 1A (Physics)

  • Victor Gore 3As (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) and 1B (Mathematics)

    Congratulations, Makorokoto, Amhlophe to all our learners and parents. To borrow words from our school song, “Like armoured knights we will shine for Goldridge our school.”

I am aware that in this world of technology there are too many distractions for our children, that may prevent them from attaining good results. But let us all continue teaching them responsibility, positive attitude, discipline, time management, diligence, staying focused and ability not to quit. Instead, they need to strive to improve all the time. To God be the Glory!!!