School for Primary Children
Council and the Ministry of Education has facilitated the establishment of satellite schools to cater for the resettled communities schools were established in former farmhouses and tobacco barns. But council is mobilizing communities and development partners to build permanent schools. Partners that have assisted usinclude UNICEF, Africa Book Development Trust, Africa Development Mission Trust, SmileFor Africa, Zimplats, Zimplats Chegutu MhondoroNgezi Community Share Ownership Trust.
Chishayabvudzi Primary School.
The school was constructed using funds from Japanese Embassy through Africa Book Development Trust.
Zvamaida Primary School
Constructed with funds from ZimplatsChegutu MhondoroNgeziCpmmunity Share Ownership Trust.
Danangwe Primary School
The school was established in 2004 and it started operating using tobacco shed and dilapidated farm structures.
A new site was provided by Council (12.5 hectares). The community mobilized their own resources through the school development committee and local leadership. They have so far constructed 2 classroom blocks which are being used.
Funds from UNICEF School Improvement Grant (SIG) were also used to procure materials.
Educational Opportunities in Chegutu
Chegutu District has got a number of Church run, Private and Public boarding schools which have got high pass rates.
- Sandringham High- Methodist run
- Moleli High- Methodist
- St Marks High- Anglican
- Presbyterian High- Presbyterian Church
- Msengezi High- Government
- West View Secondary- Private
- Musariri Secondary- Board of Trustee
Educational Needs of the District
- Shortage of school infrastructure
- Classroom blocks, science labs, libraries
- Sporting facilities and equipment
- Water and sanitation facilities such as toilets, boreholes and hand washing tanks