Hope for Tanzania

Tuishime School

Added 14 September 2014

The latest cohort of children have taken their class VII national exams and results are eagerly awaited when they are published in December. We continue to pray that standards at the school continue to remain high and that teachers keep motivated to give children a wonderfully rich education which greatly exceeds the requirements of the curriculum. We long to see pupils becoming future national leaders, pastors, politicians, judges, doctors, business people, bank managers and military leaders. People of influence who have strong Christian values which affect all areas of their lives. This is the ethos that we are continually striving for in the School, and with God's help we will succeed. Please join us in praying that this vision might become a reality.


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