Peponi School Prefects
What better way of understanding life at Peponi than by asking the pupils themselves? Here our School Prefects for 2019–20, offer a warm welcome to the School and explain, in their own words, why Peponi is such a special place.
Head of School Matikudza A. Chiromo
Head Girl Maria T. Blunsum
Head Boy Aman S. Vora
"It is an honour to be elected as Head of School knowing that my teachers and peers have the confidence in me to perform such an important role.
Peponi is a co-educational boarding school, which will provide pupils opportunities to demonstrate their skills outside the classroom with a wide array of extracurricular activities. The School provides pupils with an opportunity to create special friendships and bonds that extend far beyond their time here. Peponi provides an excellent learning environment for its pupils, this is complimented by a friendly and supportive teaching body which has contributed to the academic success the School enjoys.
Peponi has an outstanding sporting department which has led to recent success on the sports field. Furthermore, this has led to a successful 1st XI girls hockey tour to South Africa and a mixed boys cricket tour to England."
At Peponi School, service and giving to others are key parts of the School ethos; in the Upper Sixth, becoming a prefect is fundamental to this ideology.We actively encourage pupils to accept responsible leadership roles within the community and there is a variety of opportunities for boys and girls who seek this distinction. These include: Head and Deputy Heads of School; Heads of House; School Prefects; House Prefects; Junior House Prefects and Sports Captains.
Typically, our prefects are crucial in setting the tone for the School, influencing attitudes and providing a link between pupils and adults across the campus. They play a key role in pupil wellbeing and are central to our commitment to supportive pastoral care.
The Headmaster appoints the Head of School and the Deputy Heads of School, one boy and one girl in the latter category. They are supported by the School Prefects, who are also appointed by the Headmaster.
School Prefects include all the Heads of House, who are nominated by their Housemasters and Housemistresses. House Prefects are also appointed by their Housemasters and Housemistresses. House Prefects have responsibilities within the House and around the school.
School Prefects and Ministers
|Matikudza A. CHIROMO |
Aman S. VORA
Maria, T. BLUNSUM
Fawaz, A. ADAN
|Mihir, K. PATTNI |
Stuart, W. GITAU
|Dasha, K. MULIRA |
Mwai, M. M'MBIJJEWE