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Year 12 Updates from Tanzania - Dec 5

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Group A went to the Primary school that the other groups had been working at all week.  While there, the students finished off the foundations for the new classroom, plastered walls in the new teachers accommodation, fitted windows and started to build smokeless stoves in the new school kitchen.

Group B set off for safari and will return tomorrow.

Group C had a lesson on "Sustainable Development" before setting off to visit Seeway's orphanage and meet the children there. They were then shown round a school that previous students had worked on, to see how their efforts improved the life chances for students. After lunch, students were put into work groups and went off to build goat sheds for people in the local community.

Update from: Mr. Peter Carlisle, Deputy Head of Secondary


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