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Twin Rivers Primary School

Harare, Zimbabwe
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It opened in 1993 with Mrs. Hilary Middleton as the headmistress. Before the school was built it ran classes in the garden of a church not very far from the site of the school itself. Many of the teachers who taught at the school before it had been built remain with it.

After 2000 a school hall, consisting of staff room, offices, tuck shop and other storage rooms, was built, costing in the region of ZW$6 million.

The school was built on vlei, meaning that during the rains many of the fields flooded. There was also a small river that ran along the back of the school but was out of bounds for pupils. There were three houses into which the pupils were divided – Angwa, Gwebi and Mazoe, named after three rivers in Zimbabwe and colour coded: Angwa – yellow, Gwebi – red, and Mazoe – Blue. The logo also reflects the ‘twin rivers’ where the two blue lines at the top of the shield unite into one river.

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Address Harare, Zimbabwe