Telephone : 263–9–230434 / 5 (front office and general)
263-9- 230027 (Telefax)
Inez Hussey : 263-9-255323
David Katandika : 263-9-230067 (direct office)
: 263772851278 & 263712384236 (mobile)
Online donations are now accepted and they are 100% deductible!
You can earn money for KGVI by purchasing Amazon products (a portion of all sales goes to the school). Please consider using this link for any Amazon purchases. Thanks!
Through Trial to Triumph
Never Give up
We believe that every person has some special skill. It is our goal to find and develop the ability of every child. This does not exclude any child as the skill can be anything from the most perfect singing voice to the ability to make everyone around you happy with the brilliance of a smile!
The students at KGVI suffer from a whole range of disabilities and these are not all just physical. Many of our students are now orphans or come from families with low to nil regular incomes. The catch phrase ‘Orphans & Vulnerable Children’ (OVCs) is a perfect description of our students and yet the words that come to mind when describing the KGVI family are:
DETERMINATION - ABILITY - COURAGE - JOY - CONFIDENCE - INDEPENDENCE !!!
‘to the children of KGVI whose most precious gift is the lives they enjoy despite the hardship they go through every day of their lives’ (quote from past pupil in his book Poems for Life)
We Dream in Colour is a student film produced by Farai Mabhande and Marvelous Mbulo as part of their internship with the Cultural Information Trust, based in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.
Farai and Marvelous chose video to tell the story of King George VI School and Center for the Disabled, where they both completed their schooling. They spoke to past and present students, and staff, about the impact the school has on the lives of the students.