Hope for Tanzania

Class VII exams

Published 09 September 2012

Class VII exams start in mid September and will see the third cohort of pupils passing through this school milestone. So far we have a 100% success rate but it gets harder each year to achieve this. Nonetheless we hope that all pupils do well so that they can go on to secondary school education. The best students go on to the best schools which are Arusha Secondary and Kaloleni Secondary. Arusha Secondary is now twinned with the Long Eaton School in Derbyshire as a result of teacher Andrew Mathias's visit in the summer. Results from the exams are published in December in time for the new school year which starts in January.

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