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In February 2014, 105 students from 18 Nord Anglia Education schools travelled to Tanzania to participate in the Global Classroom's 2014 expedition. A once-in-a-lifetime experience, our students discovered the diverse and vibrant culture of Africa and contributed to the community of Arusha by supporting the local school. Our students returned home with new friendships and a passion to ensure that their work with Maua School continues.
The Global Classroom face-to-face activity brings our students together to learn and work together to make a difference. In Tanzania, we worked with Maua School in Arusha.
Our students quickly got stuck into the renovation work - repainting the school, inside and out.
We were proud and impressed by their enthusiasm and hard work.
Everyone lent a hand with the painting
It was clearly a messy job!
The exterior of the school was soon transformed.
And so was the interior. This was the dormitory before our students were let loose with their paintbrushes.
And now newly-renovated and ready for sleepy students.
Their next challenge was to teach a day of lessons to Maua's pupils aged between 4 and 16 years old.
They had spent many weeks beforehand planning the lessons in the Global Classroom online. It looks like our young teachers did such a good job that their fellow students joined in the lessons too!
Maua School students created some beautiful artwork, perhaps to decorate the newly renovated classrooms and dormitories.
Our students also experienced Africa's culture in a three day expedition to Zanzibar or on safari in Tanzania's national parks.
Local businesses and organisations such as The African Wildlife Foundation, gave students an understanding of the link between land, animals and humans, and the challenges of the future.
They visited traditional Masai villages, discover the history of the slave trade, visit plantations and spice markets to learn about agriculture and see wildlife in its natural habitat.
The week ended with Africa Day - an opportunity for our students to learn traditional Masai Dancing, cooking and glass beading as well as how to speak Swahili.
As well as being a fantastic learning opportunity, our students formed strong friendships with the pupils from Maua School and their fellow students from our schools around the world.
The expedition was truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience for everyone involved.