Core Subjects

English Language, English Literature (sets 1-3), Mathematics, Biology, Life-skills

B and A Block are huge years in your child’s life and we are here to ensure that they choose the best range of subjects for them. We want every child to realise and achieve their goals, knowing that everyone is different. 


Subject Information


The Accounting department has four experienced teachers, who have been teaching the subject for ten years or more. The subject is taught from four classrooms. Teachers have access to data projectors and smart boards, and the department is well equipped with recommended text books.


Pupils start doing this subject at B Block (form 3). In both B and A Block there are eight lessons per ten day cycle (4 single lessons and two doubles).

The aims of the IGCSE Accounting syllabus are to enable students to develop:

  • Knowledge and understanding of the principles and purposes of accounting for individuals, businesses, on-trading organisations and society as a whole
  • An understanding of accounting principles, policies, techniques, procedures and terminology
  • improved skills of numeracy, literacy, communication, enquiry, presentation and interpretation
  • Improved accuracy, orderliness and the ability to think logically
  • An excellent foundation for advanced study.


B Block

Lent Term – Accounts and Data
Trinity Term – Accounting Procedures
Michaelmas Term – Financial statements

A Block

Lent Term – Financial Statements
Trinity Term – Analysis and Interpretation
Michaelmas Term – Principles and Policies.

The syllabus provides both a foundation for further study at A Level and an ideal preparation for the world of work.

The course is examined in two papers of equal weighing (Paper 1: Short-answer questions and structured/data response questions and Paper 2: Questions arising from a given case-study).

P Chirombe: Head of Accounting and Business Studies

The Art Department has two full time teachers and three dedicated classrooms. There is a special room for Ceramics and Pottery. The staff members in the Department are very enthusiastic and creative. We encourage the boys to explore different medium using the environment around them as the starting point. Working from first hand studies is very crucial in this subject.


In B Block there are eight lessons per 2 week cycle, two doubles and four singles. The boys experiment with different medium and the lessons include Craft, Ceramics, Art history, Drawing and Painting. The boys are also exposed to the importance of photography in Art. At the end of the two years pupils sit for the IGCSE Art (0400) examination.

At the end of the two year course our pupils are well equipped to pursue the subject to a higher level, but if they choose not to, they would have acquired skills that would have opened up their minds.


B Block

Lent Term – Drawing and Painting skills, Photography.
Trinity Term – Design, Art History and figure drawing
Michaelmas Term – Still life, observation and coursework

A Block

Lent Term – Coursework, painting, still life
Trinity Term – Coursework, design, Exam prep work
Michaelmas Term – Preparatory work for exams

Masanga: Head of Art Department

The Biology department comprises four experienced, passionate and dedicated teachers and one Lab technician. The department boasts of four well equipped state of the art labs, two preparation rooms for practical work. This is supported by a variety of other instructional aids such as data projectors and smart boards. Practical work is at the centre of instruction and learning. The subject is very popular and is offered to all boys in B block and we are proud to see a sizeable number of these boys achieving success at IGCSE.


There are 8 periods per cycle comprising two doubles and four singles at B block (and A block has the same number). Doubles in the cycle are devoted to demonstrations and practical work. To give learners the requisite grounding in the scientific method, boys work through a practical handbook which gives them opportunities to develop lifelong skills of observation, measurement, recording, analysis, deduction and evaluation. We also encourage learners to devise and plan investigations, drawing on their knowledge and understanding, analyse and interpret data to draw conclusions. Learners get to investigate the way things work and we hope the knowledge gained will be of benefit to mankind.

Interaction with the content enables our learners to acquire knowledge and develop positive attitudes to the environment and an understanding that we can make the best out of our environment without damaging it. Some of our themes use Biology to promote healthy living. We teach our boys the internationally acclaimed Cambridge IGCSE syllabus. This enables them to earn internationally recognised qualifications that will help them prepare for A level Biology or life after school


B Block

Lent Term – Classification, Cells, Enzymes and Nutrients
Trinity Term – Plant and Animal nutrition, Plant transport
Michaelmas Term – Human transport, Respiration, Gas exchange

A Block

Lent Term – Homeostasis
Trinity Term – Reproduction
Michaelmas Term – Ecology

P.Fantiso : Head of Biology Department

The department has five enthusiastic and experienced teachers. The subject is taught from four classrooms. The teachers have access to data projectors and also a Smart Board in the IT department. This has significantly improved the lesson delivery by teachers.


Pupils start doing this subject at B Block (form 3). In both B and A Block there are eight lessons per two week cycle and two are double lessons.
Successful IGCSE Business Studies students gain lifelong skills, including:

Understanding different forms of business organizations, the environments in which businesses operate and business functions such as marketing, operations and finance;
An appreciation of the critical role of people in business success;
Confidence to calculate and interpret business data;
Communication skills including the need to support arguments with reasons;
Ability to analyse business situations and reach decisions or judgements.

The syllabus provides both a foundation for further study at A Level and an ideal preparation for the world of work.
The course is examined in two papers of equal weighing (Paper 1: Short-answer questions and structured/data response questions and Paper 2: Questions arising from a given case-study).


B Block

Lent Term – Business activity and organizations
Trinity Term – Marketing
Michaelmas Term – People and Work

A Block

Lent Term – Production
Trinity Term – Business finance
Michaelmas Term – External influences

P Chirombe : Head of Business Studies & Accounting Departments

The Chemistry Department is situated on the eastern side of the main School campus. It has three fully furnished laboratories and two storerooms that are well stocked with reagents. Four teachers are involved in the teaching of Chemistry at Peterhouse. It has one laboratory technician who works closely with the other supporting staff within the School’s Science faculty. The teachers are passionate about their work, and are always willing to assist pupils to increase their understanding of the concepts studied.


There are four lessons per week at B and A block levels, one double and two single lessons. Chemistry is a practical subject and experiments are central to the teaching of the subject. These are done as demonstrations, or by the pupils themselves working individually or in a small group. At the end of the two years, our pupils sit for IGCSE Chemistry (0620).

At the end of the two years, the candidates should have the following attributes:

A sufficient understanding and knowledge of Chemistry to become confident citizens in a technologically changing world able to make informed decisions in scientific matters.

They can recognise the usefulness and limitations of the scientific approach.

Show concern for accuracy, precision and integrity in everything they do.

Display an interest in environmental issues and be willing to voluntarily engage in activities aimed at protecting it.


B Block

Lent Term – Experimental Techniques, Atomic structure, Periodic table and bonding.
Trinity Term – Reaction kinetics, Acids, Bases and salts.
Michaelmas Term – Electrochemistry, Air and water.

A Block

Lent Term – Metals, Reactivity series, Equilibria and Amount of substance.
Trinity Term – Stoichiometry and organic chemistry
Michaelmas Term – Revision

A Chakumhara: Head of Chemistry Department

The department has three dedicated teachers each with a varied background and specialised skills. We have two large and well equipped workshops that specialize in woods and metals respectively. There is also a smaller multi- purpose workshop as well. The department also follows a strict AutoCAD 2015 version offered by Autodesk for all classes which is conducted in the Computer department. Our workshops are sufficiently equipped to allow pupils at the higher levels to realise both small and large projects.


The subject aims to impart practical skill to pupils and make them aware of design as a human activity that has an impact on society and the environment.

Skills are developed in Graphic Communication, Product design or Systems and Control. They will have the opportunity to extend their knowledge of the subject, work with a variety of materials and experience new techniques for production in the workshops. Topics pertaining to the Design Process, Workshop practice, Drawing systems and Technology related to structures, mechanisms and electronic control will be covered.

Much of the A Block year is spent on various aspects of coursework design and realization. Coursework folios and testing of the final products will be completed early in the third term in order to pave way for revision.


On completion of the course pupils can take Design and Technology at both AS and A Level subject in combination with Mathematics, Physics and Geography. The subject has also proved to be handy to students wishing to pursue a career in technology fields.

T Mhete : Head of Design & Technology Department

The Divinity department is staffed by three teachers, all of whom also teach elsewhere in the curriculum. Over the past few years the teaching of the subject has expanded to be taught throughout the school from D Block to VI Form.


At IGCSE, the subject is taught as Religious Studies, and is a comparative study of two out of three religions, Christianity, Judaism and the Islamic faith. In today’s world an understanding of other people’s religious beliefs can only help to foster international understanding and cooperation between the peoples of the world.

At the end of the course, candidates should be able to:

  1. Use knowledge in order to describe the religious practices, experiences and beliefs of others.
  2. Select and deploy relevant knowledge of the religions studied.
  3. Show understanding of religious beliefs and practices by explaining their significance for believers.
  4. Demonstrate awareness and understanding of religious responses to contemporary issues, both personal and social.
  5. Evaluate different views on issues arising from religious belief and practice by using evidence and argument.


B Block

Lent Term – Christianity (Worship, Sacred Writings, Festivals)
Trinity Term – Fasts, Pilgrimage / Historical places, Religion and the family
Michaelmas Term – Rites of passage, Religion and Social Action

A Block

Lent Term – Islam (Worship, The Quran and the Hadith, The Hajj, Ramadan, Fasts)
Trinity Term – Religion and the Family, Makkah and Medina, Religion and the Family
Michaelmas Term – Rites of Passage, Exam (October)

2017 IGCSE Pass Rate was 67%.

LT Makwindi – Head of Divinity Department

The Department is staffed by seven dedicated teachers, all of whom bring their own individual skills and interests together to ensure that the subject is taught effectively. They ensure that useful reading, comprehension, punctuation, listening, speaking and writing skills are taught from Form 1 (D Block) to Form 6.

Teaching Language

Pupils are taught passage analysis, summary writing, examination of language effects, literary devices, grammar, punctuation rules and usage, composition writing and imaginative writing; they also do reading, listening and speaking practice. The pupils learn to look for implicit meaning, empathise, develop ideas effectively and argue points logically. There are a number of activities that are done throughout the B (Form 3) and A Block (Form 4) years that complement the teaching of skills. These skills are all transferrable and are important life skills as well. Pupils are taught to write (and respond appropriately to) letters, speeches, reports, articles leaflets, scripts, dialogue, extracts from stories and passages from other genres. Pupils also learn to write for a variety of specific audiences in different genres; in doing so, they must amplify given ideas and try to use their own words as far as possible. Every year pupils participate in writing contests such as the “Standard Cover to Cover” essay writing competition; the National Allied Arts Literary Competition, the Commonwealth International Competition and others.

Teaching Literature (IGCSE)

The Literature programme complements the pupils’ language learning – particularly the enhancement of vocabulary and creative use of language. Pupils are exposed to texts of different genres, styles of writing, historical contexts, cultural contexts and levels of difficulty. The Cambridge syllabus offers a variety of texts from which Peterhouse teachers select the ones best suited to the pupils whom they are teaching. The texts offered by Cambridge change bi-annually usually and include Drama (two plays); Poetry (fifteen poems) and Prose (one novel).

Through our pupil-centred approach, pupils learn to develop independent opinions on texts, identify themes and examine the effectiveness of linguistic devices. Important skills learnt through literature include an appreciation of different cultures and beliefs, understanding and accepting different characters, empathising with characters that have changed over time because of different circumstances and they learn to appreciate who and what they are through reading about people and situations that are far worse than their own. They see first-hand the impact of dishonesty, integrity, hate, love and learn the power of words and actions – their ability to make or break a character – by reading between the lines and not taking everything in life at face value. They learn to see texts as mirrors of the current world, the past and the future; the imagined and the real. They are also taught to write well-structured and balanced discursive essays on characters, themes, structure and style; in those essays, pupils express their opinions freely.

Tonderai Michael Nzanga: Head of the English Department

French is an integral part of the curriculum at Peterhouse. The teaching of the language has evolved over the years. Today, we place a large emphasis on the ability to speak and communicate, without jeopardizing the ability to write idiomatic and grammatically accurate French. The staff who teach in the Department are all enthusiastic about their subject, and they encourage boys to develop an interest in the language and to use it around them and in the wider world. In today’s global village French as a language plays a key role not only as a language but as a medium of exchange which is internationally recognized.


There are eight lessons per two week cycle in both B and A Block. Most of the lessons are normally taken as single but we have 1 double lesson per cycle which is used for oral work.

The overall aim of the department at this level is to develop the ability to use French effectively for purposes of practical communication. We also use the PAR method of teaching ie Participatory Action Research which emphasizes participation and action. It helps tremendously to improve pupil participation, concentration levels and it also brings excitement and enthusiasm. We use a variety of teaching aides which also help the slow learners to understand the subject and to grasp complex grammatical concepts. The department puts emphasis in preparing the students for their public exams and ensuring that they do not only just pass with flying colours but they also understand and appreciate the language and French culture. Pupils also embark on a tour to France to enable them to fully experience French culture and France as a country up close and to allow them to practice their spoken French. Students also have one IT lesson per fortnight in which they use the duo lingo app to enhance their knowledge of French grammar.


Pupils cover a variety of topics from D block to A block all of which must prepare and develop listening, speaking comprehension answering techniques and essay writing skills. By the end of the A block year pupils must be semi fluent in the language and be able to convey present, past and future meaning.

Besides the IGCSE exam which is taken after two years, pupils also write the DELF diploma. This is a diploma in French, which is offered by the Ministry of Education in France and is administered by the Alliance Francais in Harare. It assesses the pupil’s level of French. The diploma is started in B Block and pupils may finish in A level or they may choose to continue with the diploma after school.

Gombedza : Head of French Department

The Geography Department has four full time teachers, plus two others who also spend part of their time teaching in other Departments. We have a suite of five dedicated classrooms, and also a reference/resource room, plus a Stevenson’s Screen Weather Station, and a remote electronic weather station. The staff who teach in the Department are all enthusiastic about their subject, and we encourage boys to develop an interest in the Natural and Built environments around them and in the wider world. In B and A Blocks the changing world around us becomes important, as our pupils are mature enough to understand and appreciate that our world is not a static place.

Entry Requirements

An automatic entry for pupils in Sets 1-3 and a pass in the subject at C Block and English Language. Pupils in Set 4 can only choose the option with approval from their C Block teacher.


In B Block there are eight lessons per two week cycle, generally taken as two double and four single lessons. Geography is a content subject, as well as a practical one, so we try to keep the boys interested by making their lessons as varied as possible, and often practical or fieldwork can be done in the double lessons. At the end of two years, our pupils sit IGCSE Geography (0460).

Successful Cambridge IGCSE Geography candidates develop lifelong skills, including:

  • An understanding of the impacts which both physical and human geography can have and the processes which affect their development;
  • A sense of place and an understanding of relative location on a local, regional and global scale;
  • The ability to use and understand geographical data and information;
  • An understanding of how communities and cultures around the world and how they are affected and constrained by different environments.

At the end of the two year course, our pupils are well equipped to study the subject at AS and A level, but if they choose not to, then they have acquired skills and knowledge that will be helpful to them for many years to come.


B Block

Lent Term – Geographical Techniques
Trinity Term – Climate, weather and hazards
Michaelmas Term – Landforms, weathering and marine processes

A Block

Lent Term – Population and settlement, dynamics
Trinity Term – Agriculture and Industry including Developments
Michaelmas Term – Water and energy, Revision

CR Tswatswa : Head of Geography Department

The History Department has three full time and one part time dedicated, enthusiastic and experienced teachers. The subject is taught from four classrooms and these are all equipped with projectors for teaching. The department has embraced new teaching and learning methods of the Modern Age. Apart from the Projectors, we make use of the internet facilities in the School with at least one double IT session per cycle for each of the two blocks. We also organize educational Tours to Europe to countries that are covered by the syllabus. More recently in 2016, 41 students travelled to Belgium, France, Germany and Poland where they experienced first-hand the work covered in their two-year course and the lessons learned are invaluable.


Our results in 2018 were as follows; 1A*, 10As, 12 Bs, 11 Cs, 1 D & 2 Us – a 92% pass rate.


In B and A Blocks, there are 4 lessons each week and at least one of these is a double lesson. History is a content subject and we keep the boys motivated through the use of a variety of teaching methods. The IGCSE Syllabus gives our boys an opportunity to study some of the major international issues of the 20th century. The emphasis within the syllabus is as much on developing lifelong historical skills as on acquiring knowledge. At the end of the two years, the boys sit IGCSE History (0470).

The successful Cambridge History candidates develop some of the following skills:

An interest in and enthusiasm for learning and understanding about the past.

An understanding of historical concepts such as cause and consequence, continuity and change, similarity and difference.

A greater understanding of international issues and the inter-relationships.

How to present clear, logical arguments.

At the end of the two year course, the boys can choose to continue with their studies of the subject to Advanced Level and if not, they would have acquired valuable skills for life. We do the Core Content: Option B 20th Century. The boys are entered for three papers: Paper 1 (2hours), Paper 2 (2hours) and Paper 4 (1hour).


B Block

Lent Term – Peace Treaties, The League of Nations, International Relations, Collapse of International Peace.
Trinity Term – Depth Study – Germany
Michaelmas Term – Origins of the Cold War, Cold War Case Studies

A Block

Lent Term – US Control of Communism, Soviet Union and Communism
Trinity Term – Events in the Gulf 1970-2000
Michaelmas Term – Revision

Mukucha : Head of History Department

The IT department has four computer rooms located in the Gibbs Centre. The department is supported by two technical staff; the IT manager and a technician who are responsible for maintenance and technical support. The IT rooms are equipped with state of the art computer equipment and broadband internet access. Three of the IT rooms have overhead projectors and multimedia equipment. One has a SMART board. Internet access is closely monitored using classroom management software, firewalls and a proxy server.


Two full time teachers are employed in the department. At IGCSE Information Communication Technology (ICT) and Computer Science are offered. ICT teaches pupils to use a wide range of computer applications including developing Web Pages. Computer Science focuses on developing computational thinking, problem solving, programming skills and an understanding of computer systems. The two subjects build a foundation for A Level Information Technology or Computer Science.


Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

B Block

Lent Term – Computer systems, documents and Communication.
Trinity Term – Computer Networks, Data types, manipulation and integration
Michaelmas Term – Use of IT, Data Analysis and Integration, Presentation Authoring

A Block

Lent Term – Uses of IT, Effects of using IT and Web Authoring
Trinity Term – Systems Analysis and Design and Web Authoring and all practicals
Michaelmas Term –Revision

Computer Science

B Block

Lent Term – Data Representation, Algorithm Design and Problem Solving
Trinity Term – Communication and Internet Technologies, Algorithm Design and Problem Solving
Michaelmas Term – Hardware and Software, Programming

A Block

Lent Term – Security, Programming
Trinity Term – Ethics, Databases
Michaelmas Term – Revision

R Ziko: Head of IT Department


We aim to help our pupils reach their mathematical potential by providing an environment which nurtures confidence and an interest in the subject. Our students are exposed to a range of teaching and learning styles which take into account their individual learning abilities. Pupils are equipped with the competences needed for Mathematical activities. The main goal is that they should be able to carry out routine algorithms that are involved in “doing sums” and be able to use appropriate equipment such as calculators and geometrical instruments. Our teachers help pupils to recognise the essence of doing Maths beyond their own scope, hence seeing that it is a powerful tool to be used in other subjects.

The Peterhouse Mathematics curriculum is based on the Cambridge Syllabus. This includes focused work on number, algebra, shape and space and data handling and places particular emphasis on the child’s ability to use and apply mathematics.

Set 1 and 2 write the IGCSE extended papers at the end of A block. B block sets 1 – 3 inclusive begin the IGCSE extended syllabus while set 4 start on the Core syllabus. Set 3 normally drops the Extended Maths in second term of A block to do Core. Those who excel during the Mock exam in A block are moved up to carry on with the Extended syllabus. The Extended Papers are Papers 2 and 4, while the Core papers are Papers 1 and 3.


B Block

Lent Term – Shape and Space, Algebra 1
Trinity Term – Number 1, Handling data
Michaelmas Term – Shape and space 2, Algebra 2

A Block

Lent Term – Algebra 2 continued, Number 2, Probability
Trinity Term – Shape and Space 2,Numbers 3
Michaelmas Term – Revision

COURSE OUTLINE – Extended Maths

B Block

Lent Term – Number 1, Algebra 1
Trinity Term – Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration
Michaelmas Term – Algebra 2, Sine rule, Cosine rule

A Block

Lent Term – Graphs, Sets, Vectors, Functions
Trinity Term – Matrices, Transformations, Statistics, Probability
Michaelmas Term – Revision

L Kunatsa: Head of Mathematics Department

Our department currently has two Physical Education teachers, who both read for a degree closely related to Physical Education as a subject. The two members of staff also teach in other departments – Biology and Geography.

In regards to the facilities within the classroom environment, the Physical Education department has two rooms, which are small and personal due to the small class sizes. The department also makes use of the many sporting facilities found on the Peterhouse Campus.

Both members of the department are knowledgeable and enthusiastic about academics and sport; and are involved in sports at a high level.

Style of teaching

Our department is continually looking to make effective use of technology available and as such attempt to use media where appropriate to enhance the learning environment. Practical activities are used to link the theoretical principles.

Currently the staff will begin with, and see through a class from the start to the end of their IGCSE syllabus. This continuity hopefully brings with it the best possible results for the boys, who have the time to develop a good working relationship with their teacher.

Both the B and A block pupils receive one double period (which can be used for practical activities) and two single periods in a week. Lessons are forty minutes in length, allowing enough time to cover the syllabus.

By following the course, the boys will be able to develop an understanding of effective and safe physical performance and to appreciate the necessity for sound understanding of the principles and practices that underpin improved performance, better health and well-being.

The IGCSE curriculum

This is comprised of two components. Component 1 is theoretical and assesses the candidate’s knowledge and understanding in relation to the syllabus content. Pupils will need to demonstrate skills of description, interpretation and evaluation. The theoretical paper has a weighting of fifty percent and asks question related to the three units taught.

Component 2 is a coursework component, which constitutes the remaining fifty percent of the overall mark. A minimum of four practical activities from two of the seven categories needs to be performed to a high standard.

C Davison : Head of Physical Education

The Physics Department has two full time teachers, and one teacher who is also part of the Chemistry Department. There is also a full time technician whose primary role is to prepare and facilitate practical activities. The department has two modern laboratories and numerous equipment and apparatus which enable learner-centred teaching and learning to take place. The teaching staff are determined, experienced professionals who impart lifelong problem solving skills as well as develop an inquisitive mind-set within our learners so that they are able to lead society in the quest to adapt and overcome the ever changing world.


Physics is a hands on Practical subject that seeks to explain properties of Matter and Energy and the relationships between the two, and as learners progress from B Block to A Block they are taught and exposed to the instruments that are used to make such deductions as well as the basic behaviour of materials such as light, sound and matter. Lessons are structured into Theory, Practical and Demonstration lessons. At the end of A Block our learners sit for IGCSE Physics which is broken down to three assessment components namely, Knowledge with understanding, Handling information and problem solving and Experimental skills and investigation.

Successful Cambridge IGCSE Physics candidates gain lifelong skills including:

  • Confidence in a Technological world, with an informed interest in scientific matters.
  • An understanding of how scientific theories and methods have developed, and continue to develop, as a result of groups and individuals working together.
  • An understanding of the usefulness (and limitations) of scientific method, and its application in other subjects and in everyday life.
  • An excellent foundation for advanced study in pure sciences, in applied science or in science- dependent vocational courses.


B Block

Lent Term – General Physics; Measurement ( length, time, mass, volume and density) and Kinematics
Trinity Term – Properties of waves, Light and Sound
Michaelmas Term – Work, Energy and Power and Thermal Physics

A Block

Lent Term – Electromagnetic effects
Trinity Term – Electricity and Magnetism
Michaelmas Term – Atomic Physics

R Chiminya: Head of Physics Department

The Travel and Tourism Department has 2 teachers, who also spend part of their time teaching in other Departments. We have well equipped classrooms and up to date text books for our pupils to use. The staff who teach in the Department are both enthusiastic about their subject, and we encourage boys to develop an interest in the Natural and Built attractions, Destinations and Ecotourism projects around them and in the wider world. We also teach them valuable skill of customer service. In B and A Block, the changing world around us becomes important, as our pupils are mature enough to understand and appreciate that our world is not a static place.


In B Block there are eight lessons per two week cycle, generally taken as two double and four single lessons. Travel and Tourism is a content subject, as well as a practical one, so we try to keep the boys interested by making their lessons as varied as possible, we try to take them on field trips to places relating to the syllabus such as Travel agencies, hotels, restaurants and to the airport. Quite a number of the lessons are taught in the IT labs in order to find case studies that will be used in examinations. At the end of two years, our pupils sit IGCSE Travel and Tourism (0471).

Successful Cambridge IGCSE Travel and Tourism candidates develop lifelong skills, including:

  • Exploring the different organisational roles within the industry such as tour operators and transport providers.
  • Discovering the features of worldwide destinations and attractions, and how customer care and working practices have evolved.
  • Gaining a theoretical knowledge of all sectors of the industry, its infrastructure and the products and services required to generate tourism.
  • Studying Travel and Tourism from global, regional and local perspectives.

At the end of the two year course, our pupils are well equipped to study the subject to A level, but if they choose not to, then they have acquired skills and knowledge that will be helpful to them for many years to come in their day today life and in their careers.


B Block

Lent term – The Travel and Tourism Industry
Trinity Term – Features of Worldwide Destinations
Michaelmas Term – Customer Care and Working Procedures

A Block

Lent Term – Travel and Tourism Products and Services
Trinity Term – The Role and Function of Marketing and Promotion in Travel and Tourism
Michaelmas Term – Revision Tests

RG Mudiwa: Head of Travel and Tourism


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