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Staff News


Seranne Jack(Staff 00-02) went to school at Chisipite and trained at Rhodes. She left to get married and was last sighted travelling overland up Africa to Egypt. She contributed much in Snell, in the classroom teaching history and as Director of Drama and in the Fieldsend Hall. She moved to Simba Secondary in Ndola in 2007 where her headmaster was Roy Currie. She died suddenly and unexpectedly in Kitwe, Zambia on 29 January 2009 aged only 34 years. The official cause of death was pneumonia.

IvanandCandy Jacklin(E63 & Staff 73-82) It is with great sadness that we record Ivan's sudden death in November 2003 from a heart attack. Ivan was the first Petrean member of staff, Housemaster of Grinham and producer of numerous very successful plays. He and Candy hosted numerous Petrean cricket matches and the Peterhouse First XI on their 1998 tour to England. They moved in 1983 to the D.S.G in Grahamstown where Ivan taught maths, chemistry and produced a school play. They then moved to England to Shiplake College, where Ivan taught until his death. He was at various times Head of the Chemistry Department, Housemaster of Everett House and Director of Activities. Candy has retired to their cottage in North Devon which Ivan loving described as " .... a sort of Peterhaven. It is well off the beaten track and we can indulge in the fantasy of living in a previous age".This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.';document.getElementById('cloakf3b75f96c1250004368fcef4aa7a4d2d').innerHTML += ''+addy_textf3b75f96c1250004368fcef4aa7a4d2d+'<\/a>';

Mark Jardine(Staff 88) was the coach of the First XI and led its successful tour of Australia in 1988. He left for the International School, Mafikeng, but then moved on to Hilton College in Natal, where he was a Housemaster. The family moved to Australia in 2000 and Mark teaches near Canberra, where his wife has opened a highly successful cafe.

Norman January(Staff 03) French teacher and Assistant Housemaster of Malvern sadly died in February 2003.

Colin Johnson(Staff 65-83) who was a key member of the staff during the "lean years" as Careers Master, Housemaster and Head of Science, died in South Africa in the '80s.

Munyaradzi Juru(Staff 97-99) is teaching in Botswana after three years at Peterhouse in the design centre, coaching rugby and water polo and running the Christian Forum.