Art, design and craft lesson in progress at St. Thomas Aquinas Primary School in Zimbabwe.
St. Thomas Aquinas Primary School includes outdoor trips to our regular teaching curriculum to broaden the knowledge that students have about the environment,
Pupils at St. Thomas Aquinas Primary School take part in various sporting activities that include athletics, hockey, netball and more.
Zimbabwe is a soccer loving nation. The sport is enjoyed by most pupils at St. Thomas Aquinas Primary School.
Pupils from St. Thomas Aquinas Primary School enjoying outdoor educational trips.
Classrooms and Admin Block
St Thomas Aquinas Primary School classrooms and administration block.
After a long wait the day came for the St Thomas Aquinas Cricket team to head for the place which is among the of Seven Wonders of the World, that is Victoria Falls. The team left at 6:00am for Victoria Falls. We were all excited about this trip but most of us fell asleep just after the first tollgate.
The 12th of February 2016 was a very exciting day for St Thomas Aquinas Infants because it was their sports day, more so for the ECD because it was their first time to take part. The pupils were dressed in their house colours with St Dominics in green and St Alberts in Red.
On Saturday the 18th of July St Thomas Aquinas Primary School hosted the 26th Edition of the Jen Townshend hockey Festival. The guest of owner was Mathew Townshend the son of the late Jen Townshend. Ten schools graced the occasion and these were Dominican Convent, Baines Junior, Khumalo Primary, Centenary Primary, Carmel Primary, S.O.S, Portland Primary, Christian Brothers College, Victoria Falls Primary and the hosts St Thomas Aquinas. Petra Primary, Whitestone Primary and Masiyephambili Primary did not participate this year because they had other commitments.
On Friday the 16th of January 2015 St Thomas Aquinas prefects went for their training course at Jabulani Safaris in Shangani. It was a great experience for everyone. We set of for our journey at around 2 o’clock. It took us about 2 hours to get to Jabulani. When we got there the first thing we did was introduce ourselves to the instructors. The instructors were Mr Kalahari, Miss Cloete, Mr & Mrs Blackburn.
We were then taken to our dormitories to set up for the weekend. After setting up we were told to sit by the fire pit and they told us the rules and divided us into two teams. Each team had to come up with a name and a war cry. The war cry was supposed to rhyme with the name. The team names where the bulldozers and the Terminators. If a whistle blew we were to run in the direction it was coming from.