PRE-PRIMARY: Directress - Clivia

Chipo has worked in different fields including working as a hair dresser as a start point. Chipo completed her three year course as a primary school teacher at Bondalfi Teacher’s college in 2000 which is in collaboration with the University of Zimbabwe. She then did her teaching practice in the rural areas in Zimbabwe because she really wanted to help the underprivileged children in the rural areas, after which she taught in various schools in Zimbabwe.

In 2007, Chipo decided to branch from the teaching field and join industry and started her degree in Business Management. During her second year as a student attachment to Zimcast Holdings, she was promoted to the Human Resources assistant manager.

In 2010, she moved to South Africa and joined Nutwood in March. She started her 0-3course in the same year and qualified. In 2011 she took over the Aftercare Supervisor position at Nutwood and in 2012 she was appointed as Directress of the 0-3 class.  Chipo has continued to study and in 2012, started her 3-6 course (diploma).

"Even though we live in an ever changing and growing world with the high advancement of technology, Montessori will always be the best method of teaching children. It focuses on the child as a whole, and not just a part of the person. We all develop differently."