Lorn Farm Contacts, Location – Mutare Zimbabwe Secondary School
Lorn Farm is a Secondary School level institution in Mutare District, Manicaland Province, in Zimbabwe.
The Lorn Farm is officially registered in Mutare by the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education MoPSE, under the department of Primary, Secondary, And Non-Formal Education.
Lorn Farm Location (Secondary School)
This Lorn Farm – Secondary School is located in the Province of Manicaland, Mutare District in Zimbabwe.
Lorn Farm Category, and Student Enrolment
Lorn Farm is categorized by the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education MoPSE as Secondary School level. The current school enrolment is unknown (pending update).
Lorn Farm Contacts, and Secondary School Address
Official communication to Lorn Farm can be made through the following contacts: Village K2 Freddy Odzi Commercial Farms.
Lorn Farm Details Summary (Secondary)
- Name of School: Lorn Farm
- Type of School: Secondary School
- Number of Students Enrolled: Pending
- School Email Address:
- School Website: Not Updated.
- District: Mutare District
- Province: Manicaland Province
- Country: Zimbabwe
Summary of the Education System of Zimbabwe
According to Zimbabwe’s Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education, MoPSE, the education system offers a total of 4 years of the Infant education module. This module comprises 2 years of Early Childhood Development (ECD), and 2 years of formal primary education.
The last 2 years of the Infant module in Primary, is then followed by five years of the junior education module. This sums up to 7 years, at the end of which the students sit for the National Grade 7 examinations. The examinations are administered by the Zimbabwe School Examination Council (ZIMSEC) responsible for all the national examinations.
The Junior Education module is followed by 4 years lower secondary education course, whose climax is the “O” Level examinations.
After the O Level examinations, the students then join the upper secondary Education for 2 years. They then sit for “A” Level examinations.
Some “O” Level secondary school graduates opt to join training institutions such as polytechnics, technical colleges, teachers’ colleges, and agricultural colleges, while others enter the job market.
The “A” Level (Upper Secondary School) graduates either enter into universities or training institutions.
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