In response to the need for more primary school teachers in the country, the government established Seke Teachers’ College covering both Harare and Chitungwiza where there was no such institution. Seke Teachers’ College is therefore, one of the ten primary Teachers’ Colleges in Zimbabwe whose mandate is to produce quality primary school teachers for the nation.
Seke Teachers College was officially opened by the then Prime Minister (Cde Robert Mugabe) of the newly independent Zimbabwe on 25 June 1983. On 4 January 1992, the college was granted full status as an associate college of the University of Zimbabwe in retrospect( from 1 January 1981).
Seke Teachers’ College pioneered the Diploma in Early Childhood Education in 2004. In 2009, the college enrolled six Namibian students into the Diploma in Early Childhood Education. This was in response to the SADC protocol on co-operation in the area of education. The college also has a partnership programme with Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
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