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  • A Warm Welcome

    Situated in the heart of a thriving expat community, our school is home to families from all over the world

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Making an Impact in Tanzania

11 mei 2017

Our students will take ownership of a small stall at the Garden Party on 10 June 2017 selling second-hand toys, books and any other small unwanted household items. If you are leaving China or just having a Spring clean, please consider donating your unwanted items to the students to sell at the Garden Party. Please send them in to either the Primary or Secondary reception desks.

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The Global Campus Citizenship Expedition in Arusha, Tanzania is a life-changing experience for our students. They will discover the diverse and vibrant culture of Tanzania and significantly contribute to local communities, whilst strengthening their own leadership and teamwork skills. 

The expedition takes the children away from the beaten track. Working with students from Nord Anglia schools around the world, they will participate in sustainable development projects to support the improvement of a local community, including village construction projects and work in a primary school. The children will then go on an educational safari through the Tarangire National Park, learning about the region’s diverse flora and fauna. 

Fundraising before the children depart for Tanzania plays an important role in the overall expedition programme and their experience. Students who are involved in fundraising develop a greater ownership over the service work they participate in and develop skills such as target setting and money management. Students will work together in school to develop and promote fundraising initiatives to support the project work that they are contributing to this year.

Thank you for your support.

The Global Campus Tanzania Expedition Group