Zomba Catholic Secondary School workers have been urged to remain professional and result-orient to maintain the school’s excellent performance.
Bishop of Zomba
Diocese, Rt. Rev. Alfred Mateyu Chaima, made the call when he paid an official visit to the school and held a meeting with members of staff.
Bishop Chaima said as the school finishes its transition process from a grant-aided to a full private secondary school, it is extremely important for members of staff to remain committed to ensure that the school’s performance is taken to greater heights.
The Bishop added that he thought of engaging management and staff of the school to appreciate the good job they are doing, to encourage them to do more and to familiarise himself with how the school operates.
Members of staff in a meeting with Bishop Chaima
Bishop Chaima then challenged the workers that the Diocese’s expectations are high and that teachers must join hands to ensure that they offer meaningful and best quality education at the school.
“Working at Zomba Catholic Secondary School is a vocation and a challenge and I urge you all to take up this challenge with courage and determination. You also need to go beyond professionalism and be role models in many aspects such as dressing,” continued Bishop Chaima.
The Bishop also advised staff members and students to maintain and promote the identity of the Catholic Church at the school.
In his speech, the Head teacher of the school, Brother Evaristus Kasambwe, thanked the Bishop for the visit, describing it as motivational.
Bishop Chaima posing with the education Coordinator for Zomba Diocese, Fr. Benedict Liyao and students
Currently, Zomba Catholic Secondary School has 570 students.
Some of the students of Zomba Catholic Secondary school