Zambia's 56th Independence Celebrations!
On 24th October, 2020, Zambia celebrated it's 56th Independence Day. On Friday 23rd October, 2020, our pupils came in different attires with colours reflecting that of our national flag. In the words of Rev. Mwale, we should always 'remember that our gallant freedom fighters in the 1960's struggled for a united independent Zambia, therefore, 56 years down the lane, our challenge as citizens of the great nation is to strive for a united developed Zambia. Let us all unite for t
Chonde Performs Vimbuza Traditional Dance
The Vimbuza tradition is effectively a set of practices and beliefs of which the Vimbuza dance is part; is a traditional healing procedure, to cure psychological illnesses as well as exorcise demons. In some places it is specifically called mkhalachitatu Vimbuza. Mkhalachitatu Vimbuza is one of the names given to Vimbuza dances performed as an exorcism rite when one is possessed by demons or evil spirits. It is predominantly performed in Rumphi, but has spread to Mzimba, Karo
Reception and Grade 1 Performances
Today, our Reception and Grade 1 Classes gave us some presentations. We then had Grade 1's give us a presentation:
A Trip to Eastern Water and Sewerage Company!
Today (14th October, 2020) our pupils in Grade 7 went on a trip to the Eastern Water and Sewerage Company for purposes of learning about water treatment and purification. Here are some of the photos taken from the trip:
Goodbye to Farisai Moyo
Today, we said goodbye to Farisai J. Moyo who has been part of Crownhill School for many years. We want to thank her for her contribution of books and paint that she has made to her class (Grade 3). We will miss her so much and we wish her all the best at her new school. We know that she will be a torch bearer of Crownhill School where she is going.
Welcome to Term 2, 2020
Dear all, We have now opened for Term 2, 2020 and welcomed back our pupils from Nursery to Grade 6 after an announcement from Government. We understand that the return to school is vital for your child’s education and wellbeing. That said, we are still not at the point where we can guarantee this. While the risk to children becoming severely unwell due to coronavirus is considered to be low, we will continue to put social distancing and infection control measures in place, a