Hope for Tanzania

How is Tuishime School Doing?

Published 15 February 2012

The new school year started in January and with it many new children. At the last count there were 252 children which is about 30 more than last year. This is excellent news and testimony to the growing reputation of the school amongst the English Medium Schools in Arusha. There have also been some changes in staff with three teachers leaving who have now been replaced. Andrew Mathias, one of the maths teachers, has been given a special award by the District Education Officer for the success that he has produced in the performance of children from Tuishime School. We are delighted that, as a result of a British Council grant, he will be coming to the UK in June to learn about education at a primary school near Derby.


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