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NAE Principals visit Tanzania

This week Mr Derry and Mr Wilson flew to Tanzania, as part of Nord Anglia's Global Campus programme. 

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  • NAE Principals in Tanzania
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The expedition to the Arusha area in Tanzania, Africa is an opportunity for our Principals and students to discover a new culture, meet new people, explore new places and make a difference in the lives of others. Time is spent working directly with the Maua School – renovating the school’s classrooms and teaching local pupils aged from four to 14 years old.

This year, Nord Anglia Education Principals spent time making desks for classrooms in the school, as well as experiencing other life-changing moments whilst working with the local village in Arusha.

A group of students will be travelling to Tanzania in January for a week to complete the work started by our Principals.