Hope for Tanzania

Renalda's Visit to UK

Published 24 February 2013

Renalda, one of the teachers at Tuishime will be coming to the UK for 3 weeks in March during which she'll teach in different schools and experience a very different life - it is her first time out of Tanzania! Her visit has come about as a result of a successful British Council international schools award application by one of our trustees. Renalda is a teacher of nursery age children and her visit will compliment last year's visit of Andrew Mathias, who focused on the older age groups. A teacher from the UK school will visit Tanzania later this year. We will provide Renalda with many experiences during her visit and introduce her to many existing and new friends. Needless to say we are all looking forward to seeing her again.

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