Grade 7 top 100 schools

HARARE - Forty primary schools, led by Mutare Probation Primary, attained an incredible 100 percent pass rate in the November 2014, Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council (Zimsec) examinations.

According to Zimsec statistics, the rest of the schools completing the Top 100 table scored a percentage pass rate of over 94 percent, culminating in an improved Grade 7 national pass rate from the 32,2 percent recorded in 2013.

In 2013, only 22 schools attained 100 percent pass rate as compared to 40 that attained that feat last year.

The pass rate in 2012 was 31,5 percent.

The majority of the top-ranked learning institutions were private schools.  

Mutare Probation, is in Ward 10 in Mutare Central. The school has an enrolment of only 39 boys and these are taught by three teachers.

Other schools which recorded a 100 percent pass rate are Waterfalls Primary, Redcliff Primary, Old Windsor Primary, Hippo Valley Estates Primary School, Citrus Primary School, Saiss Junior School, Bata Committee Primary, Rutengeni Primary, Mvurachena Primary, Mutarazi Junior School and Russell Primary.



 

 

Comments (35)

how many units are pass units???

mbanje - 26 January 2015

Congratulations Mary Ward Pry of Kwekwe for achieving an amazing 100 % pass rate in the 2014 Gr 7 Zimsec exams!All 116 candidates passing, what an incredible feat!Congrats too for being in the Top 100 schools nationwide.My thanks go to the School Head Sr Gandashanga, the Gr 7 trs and the whole teaching staff for maintaining the high standards which your school has become associated with.I hear there are 18 candidates with 4 units and countless with 5 units, awesome!It takes hard work and dedication to duty from the Gr zero tr right up to Gr 7..Keep it up.

Cde Dokora - 26 January 2015

Ndivudzeivo kuMberengwa tashaiwavo chimwe zvokwadi , zviripamhene semanhamba egudo ZANU PF inotifuratira pazvose . Pasi neMhondi DzeZANU PF chavanogona kurova vanhu asi kuti varove vudofo havagoni

MukarangawekuMberengwa - 26 January 2015

Really? This is News now?

Chenai Chipikiri - 26 January 2015

Chenai Chipikiri, oh yes indeed it is news. As a nation we take pride to be Zimbabwean, 40 schools recording 100% pass rate and you do not want that to be celebrated? In South Africa they celebrate any basic school achievement at all platforms from the Presidency to the last man on the street. Lets be proud of our achievements

Chief Svosve - 27 January 2015

Very poor from daily news. We can see the image

tef - 27 January 2015

Thanks Shabani Primary, you continue to set the pace, not only in the district but nationally. Keep up the good work.

Chitova - 27 January 2015

Zimuto ZRP Camp school iri kudyawo navo. Muri kugona varairidzi.

GUSHY - 27 January 2015

Can you re post and put a link to at least an Excel or word document that we can download. I can barely see anything

Peter - 27 January 2015

First, we cannot see the image and thats poor form from the paper and second why would they rank schools without taking into account the number of candidates. The stats in the article are difficult to interpret and in some ways concerning. While celebrating top achievers is nice we need to see the overall picture of the entire performance. The article states that the national pass rate was 32.2% in 2013 and 31.5% in 2012 but does not mention the national pass rate in 2014. Overall those are poor figures given that the system fails more than 65% at primary level, its no wonder that by the time we get to A levels we have 30 000 students sitting for those exams.Those numbers even for a small country are not acceptable. We have replicated an elitist system where there is more interest in a 100 schools out of the thousands more that are tasked with educating our people.

Mhofu - 27 January 2015

Congratulations Northwood Adventist Primary School. You have done it again, naJesu zvinoita!

Caroline Makoni - 27 January 2015

There should be a minimum number of students per school to allow it to be ranked otherwise we cant compare a school with only 8 candidates with the one with 50, this is a shame comparison. Giving credit to wrong people. If all 7 candidates at Mutare blah blah school had 4 units and 7 best performers from the 98 Mahatshula had 4 units then how on earth can Mutare blah blah justify their number 1!?

kitsi - 27 January 2015

Congratulations to all Schools for a job well done!!! And to our School Windview Primary Congratulations for taking education to greater heights. We are so proud of you, may you keep shining. To our school Head and Teachers, Well done for all your efforts they are much appreciated!!! Phiona Chigama(Parent)

Phiona Chigama - 27 January 2015

Please daily news can you break down the units these kids got.eg how many had 4 units, five units and so on.If you just say 100% it does not mean anything to me.

Sethgops2012 - 27 January 2015

Hazvisi kuoneka izvo!Motipofomadza veduwee!

Tatenda - 27 January 2015

Ko kuBocha kwashayawo kana 1 here veduwee. Madiamonds haazi kubatsirawo here paku wandudza ma learning facilities mubocha?

Ishe Maponde - 27 January 2015

Lets revisit the whole education system and give constructive criticism. Could you also include the most improved and also consider Rural schools on their own

Mahembe - 27 January 2015

I think this is good to know how schools perform . I want to salute this multi racial school Rydings for a job well done . Amongst the private elite schools I think it did extremely well. And my niece was there too , the quality passes was great. we need to also know how many quality passes were there. keep it up guys.

Mrs Marlyl - 27 January 2015

oh Rydings !!!!!! that's wonderful I that is an all white school , how did it manage that. I suspect something happened. investigations please

Georges - 27 January 2015

Lendy Park !! Weldone ! I'm proud to be a Lendy parent "Let's go Lendy!!!!!"

Mungezi - 27 January 2015

Mese muri jut am a Chancellor ndicho scumba 34 ma 4 units!!!!!

mhofu - 27 January 2015

Chancellor got 34 kids with 4 units ndiyo smash a mange not all this % nonsense

tj - 27 January 2015

Congratulations & well done to Manicaland 4 coming tops once again.Last year Manicaland came 1st @ Grade 7,O/A Levels best results.Manicaland continues to be the nerve centre of Zim education.Wadadisa wena Manicaland.

Dr Zvichaperachete - 28 January 2015

Congratulations Waterfalls Primary School for attaining 100% pass rate. Many thanks to the class teacher Mrs Nyahasha and the SDA committee

Baba vaTari - 28 January 2015

Uyo unoti Mberengwa ko Bvumbura ndeyepiko? Siyanai nemisangano pakusadzidzisa vana kwenyu. Bvumbura makagona congrats

r makanga - 28 January 2015

Please Daily News give us a list that can be read. Cant read this one.

Patriotic - 28 January 2015

Aiwa aiwa Chancellor of MUTARE is the tops: 34 ma4 units 45 ma5 units may units 41 may units All this % nonsense is crap

mhofu - 28 January 2015

Here is Chancellor of Mutare king of Zimbabwe: 34 four (4) units 45 five (5) units 41 six (6) units

mhofu - 28 January 2015

Please we need information about how many students attained e.g 4 units, 5 units etc thats more important coz if you just say 100% it doesnt make any sense. According to Zimsec standard anyone who got 18 units and below are considered to have passed.

Sibongile Chingono - 29 January 2015

Anyone with Rydings contacts please.

welsh - 29 January 2015

Can't even read this image

Memory - 4 February 2015

Please Daily News send us the article we can read, can't even see the image

Zenzo - 4 February 2015

Congratulations for 22 Schools result 100%

Vaibhav Dalvi - 6 February 2015

My dear Bondolfi primary school keep it up

CHARLIE - 1 October 2015

congrats Mary Ward. all the teachers , keep it up, n Sr F Gandashanga, keep up the good work. am proud to be a product of Mary Ward.

pmakayi - 8 October 2016

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