Inspiring UK School Students

We love working with schools to help inspire the next generation.

We work several schools in different ways, working with teachers to support their curriculum needs and helping their students to make a true impact to children in Tanzania who face so many barrier to quality education.


Free interactive workshops & assemblies

“Increases awareness of problems in Tanzania and encourages teamwork, creativity and empathy.” Teacher at Sale Grammar School


Careers Advice

An honest insight into a career in the charity sector


Show students where their fundraising has gone to

Reporting back to Hurdsfield Primary School about their recent sponsored walk carrying bottles of water


Ethical cultural exchange

UK & Tanzanian students solving problems together #nowesternsaviours

Informative and interactive. Raised important issues. Students were fully involved
— Teacher

Some of the schools we’ve worked with


Sale Grammar School

We have a continuing partnership with Sale Grammar and have visited the school to do talks about Tanzania and running a small charity, several times. We have supported their Geography curriculum by leading international development talks to several Year 8 classes. This is an ongoing partnership that we are continuing to develop.


Hurdsfield Primary School

Hurdsfield Primary School used the writing element of their curriculum to raise funds for a water filter for 30 children in Tanzania, Africa. Their teacher taught her pupils about making persuasive posters for clean water in Africa. They then organised a sponsored walk around their field carrying heavy bottles of water, to symbolise the struggles some children face each day. We then visited their school and talked to them about the importance of clean water, gave a certificate for their hard work and followed up with real photos from the children they helped.


Templemoor Infant School

We visited Templemoor Infant school to thank them for the fundraising they did for our projects. We gave an hour’s talk teaching them all about Tanzanian life for children and, upon request, related our talk to the UN Child Rights to support their current curriculum. There was dressing up, fun games and lots of opportunities for questions and answers.


If you would like to learn more about how your school can get involved in our work, please contact us below.