GOAL 1 – Teaching and Learning
Secure land/premises for the development of school facilities-Done
Develop a master plan for staged construction of the school facilities-ongoing
Commencement of construction work
Furnish and equip the tutorial accommodation
Outline curriculum and course programs
Procure tutorial material
Recruitment and induction of staff
Enrolment of learners
Goal 2 1
GOAL 2 –Governance and Policy;
Establish a governance structure and policies that reflect the needs of a school in Zimbabwe
To register an incorporated body within the context of Zimbabwe’s Education Act (1987) (amended)
Establish a communication framework with the School Parents Assembly, Management Committee, and Board
Develop policies and procedures
GOAL 3– Financial Resources and Environment
Provide the financial resources to ensure a sustainable operational environment.
Build a partnership base for the school to enable private investment in the start-up
Set up related business units to augment the resources available for the school.
GOAL 4 –Products and Services
The Corporate high school will offer a vocationalized secondary education that will cater to the needs of a variety of learners in respect of their talents, abilities, and interests. An emphasis on sound morals and ethics is intended to develop engaged citizenship. The high school will offer an educational curriculum adapted to the local economic and social environments but with internationally-comparable performance indicators.
GOAL 5– Exit Strategy
If the business is very successful it will be possible for the equity holders to sell their stake to third party for a very good return.
GOAL 6 –Customer profile;
The school seeks to enroll pupils whose parents are in the middle to upper-middle classes as they are currently under-served by the existing facilities. Mashonaland Central is home to Barwick, Shashi View, and the recently opened Amai Mugabe Junior Schools whose clientele is middle to upper-middle classes. There are no comparable senior schools in the province and this tends to force parents to send their children to schools out of the province in search of institutions that carry the same traditions. An institution such as the one we seek to establish will however have an appeal beyond the regional boundary owing to its competitive brand. The school will also facilitate a scholarship program to cater to deserving but disadvantaged learners.