Hope for Tanzania

Success in Exams

Published 09 January 2013

We are pleased to report that Tuishime School has again achieved a 100% record in the Standard VII examinations which were announced in December. As yet we don't have details about the relative position of the School compared with other primary schools but the success means that every child will graduate and go on to a secondary school. Due to the good standing of Tuishime most of the pupils will join one of the top government state schools in Arusha. We congratulate pupils and teachers for all their hard work. We thank you, our supporters, for your continuing help in sponsorship, prayer and encouragement which continues to make such a huge difference to the lives of the children. Thank you.

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